Getting to Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan Visa

Visiting Uzbekistan is much easier now. Depending on your citizenship, you may enjoy visa-free regime, apply for electronic entry visas online or get visa through Uzbek Embassies or Consular Offices in your country. Visa-free regime There are more than 86 nationalities, including all European Union citizens, that can enjoy a visa-free regime for 30 days...
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International Flights

The most popular and convenient way to get to Uzbekistan  is to fly by air to the capital, Tashkent. The main airport of the country is Tashkent International airport named after I. A Karimov. Also, international flights to various destinations are served by the airports of Samarkand, Bukhara, Urgench, Nukus, Navoi, Namangan, Andijan, Termez, Fergana...
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Customs Regulations

As in all international airports in Uzbekistan there are two channels of passing –”green” and “red”. Goods free of duty If you arrive in Uzbekistan through international airports, you can import goods without duty up to $ 2000, through railway and river checkpoints – up to $ 1000, through road (pedestrian) checkpoints – up to...
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Registration for Tourists

By planning a trip to Uzbekistan for more than three days, it is necessary to make a temporary arrival registration in the country. If the guest arrived in Uzbekistan on his own (without the invitation of an individual or legal entity), the administration of accommodation (hotel, hostel, guest house, etc.), in which the tourist is...
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Tourist information centers opened in Tashkent region

July 22, Bekabad and Tashkent districts of Tashkent region on the territory of the “Oybek” and “Gisht-Kuprik”  checkpoint opened 2 Tourist information centres. Earlier, during the visit of President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Tashkent region from 1 to 3 June, a number of tasks were set, one of which was the creation of Tourist...
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