UZBEKISTAN

THE CROSSROADS OF THE GREAT SILK ROAD

Organising a corporate event in Uzbekistan?

Erkin Ibragimov - Your event architect in Uzbekistan

Erkin joined the Travel Out There team in December 2014. With over 10 years of experience within the travel and DMC industry in Uzbekistan, working with everything from marketing and business development to bookings and tour operating, he is a valuable part of our team. Erkin understands the importance of tailoring your travel activity and tours in Uzbekistan to your exact requirements. When he is not working he enjoys supporting his beloved Borussia Dortmund, photography, digital arts and reading.


Reasons to visit Uzbekistan

Unique history and culture. Located in Central Asia, Uzbekistan has unique crossroad of people and cultures. Uzbekistan lies on the crossroad of civilizations, formerly being the centre of great empires: from Alexander the Great to the era of Tsars of Russia, through reign of Genghis Khan and Tamerlane. Crossroads of lifestyles, from nomadic tribes and to some of the once powerful and ancient cities of the world. Crossroads of religions, with influences from Muslim, Christian, Buddhist and Zoroastrianism. Crossroads of culture, once the centre for the Great Silk Road trading routes, linking China with Europe before the establishment of the major sea routes.

Great selection of things to do. In the country of marvelous cities such as Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand and Khiva you will feel the aura of true ancient orient. In Uzbekistan, you will be enchanted by the charming contrast of past and present, hospitality of Uzbek people and unique culture. If you enjoy active holidays, there are great possibilities for ecotourism, skiing, hunting and fishing in Uzbekistan. Visit Zaamin National Park, swim in the fresh waters of Charvak mountain reservoir, enjoy a hiking tour in the holes of Chimgan mountains, touch the ancient fortresses of Karakalpakstan and witness the mysterious petroglyphs in mountains of Djizzakh.

State of the art facilities. Uzbekistan event venues are as distinct as the country itself. As the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent is an ideal destination to host events and meetings. The city is easily accessible from its Tashkent international airport. For large events, planners can look to various large-scale business centers such as International Business Center (IBC) or Business Center Poytaxt (BCP), which offer state of the art facilities and amenities. In addition, a number of large-scale hotels in the city offer event venues of various size and scale. For exhibitors, the city offers, a huge multipurpose exhibition venue with total indoor exhibition area of 14 000 sq. m and 7 000 sq. m for outdoor. It consist of four large exhibition pavilions, two Atriums, one conference hall and leisure facilities. For those wishing to combine their business event with cultural and heritage experience there are a number of offers in such ancient cities as Samarkand and Bukhara.

Featured Uzbekistan Experiences

Samarkand

In the old literature, Samarkand was known as “Sogdiana” and “Marakand”. The second largest city in Uzbekistan is around three thousand years old. This Central Asian pearl still fascinates its guests.

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Khiva

Khiva is a museum under open air, an ancient oasis situated not far from Kyzylkum desert. There are numerous myths revealing the origin of Khiva. The monuments of Khiva are the pearls of ancient civilization full of unsolved mysteries of the past.

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Camping in Yurts

Back many centuries ago wonderers and shepherds used to stay in “yurta”s. A yurt is a tent-like structure with wooden frames and walls made of animal skins or furs. It is an icon of desert nomad traditions.

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