Getting around Uzbekistan

Travelling by Bus

Bus routes connect mainly all major cities within the Uzbekistan. In addition to city buses, the country runs intercity, mini-buses, taxis. Intercity buses In Uzbekistan, many regional companies are engaged in bus transportation between cities. Some of them work privately, while others are owned by local administrations. From the “Tashkent” bus station buses run in...
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Travelling by Car

Rent a car Various travel and transport companies offer a wide range of cars of domestic and foreign producers of different classes. Sixt international company offers car rent services in Tashkent. You can also rent a car choosing services of local companies like Rent Car and Avtouzbegim For registration of rent it is necessary to...
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Domestic Flights

“Uzbekistan Airways” National airline company operates everyday flights from Tashkent to Samarkand, Bukhara, Urgench, Termez, Andijan, Namangan, Karshi, Fergana, Navoi and Nukus – to all tourist centers of the country. In 11 international airports of Uzbekistan is created all conditions for high-quality passenger service and the best impressions of tourists from their stay in Uzbekistan....
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Public Transport

City transport is widespread in all cities of Uzbekistan. In Uzbekistan, there are all types of city transport, such as: taxi, bus, trolleybus, tram, metro. City buses If you plan move in the city by buses in Tashkent, we recommend you to install a mobile application to track buses of Tashkent via GPS (MyBus Tashkent,...
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Travelling by Train

Joint Stock company “O’zbekiston temir yo’llari” was founded November 7, 1994 on the basis of the former Central Asian Railway, located on the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The total length of the railway tracks is 6,950 kilometers, 2,500 kilometers of which are electrified. Uzbekistan railway stations The scheme of railways of the Republic...
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Tashkent Underground

Tashkent metro is the first underground transport in Central Asia. Uzbekistan currently has 3 metro lines: Uzbekistan line, Chilanzar line and Yunus-Abad line and consists of 29 stations. The metro service is available daily from 06:00 to 00:00. The city entrance to the metro station on the ground is marked with the logo “metro”.  Metro...
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