Alay bazaar, was built after the birth of the “new” Tashkent. In 1905, in one of the small streets, a non-permanent “spontaneous”market appeared, where farmers and artisans traded. Among residents and merchants, this market was called Soldatsky, or Alai.
In the updated pavilion of agricultural products there are modern outlets where you can buy oriental spices, fresh vegetables and fruits, honey-sweet melons and watermelons. Bazaar has always been not only a shopping center, but also a place for pleasant communication, therefore, despite the price signs, bargaining at the bazaar remains one of the oldest and most pleasant traditions.
Next to the main pavilion there is a traditional teahouse. Here you can taste national dishes, drink fragrant tea and enjoy the singing of quails. Bread Pavilion is easy to find in the fragrant flavor that is familiar from childhood. The well-known Golden Pavilion has become much more spacious.
For a pleasant rest of visitors on the territory there are benches, gazebos and murmuring fountains. For children, there is a playground with attractions. Directly in front of the central entrance of the bazaar bus stops were reconstructed. They have become more comfortable and modern.
The updated bazaar has become a new attraction for Tashkent residents and guests of the capital. A trip here guarantees not only great shopping, but also a great mood!
Address: Tashkent, st. A. Timur 40, metro station A. Kadyri
Work schedule: daily, except Mondays