Tashkent Hotels, Uzbekistan
You can explore and enjoy the city of Tashkent using your nice hotel with complete facilities and services as your base. Choose any of the below hotels or click the button to see more hotels you like most.
Radisson Blu Hotel Tashkent
Darhan Boutique Hotel
Ramada Tashkent Hotel
International Hotel Tashkent
Wyndham Tashkent Hotel
Tashkent Atlas Hotel
Rosa Samara Villa
City Palace Hotel Tashkent
Grand Mir Hotel
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Tashkent Brief Introduction
Tashkent is the capital city and the largest city in Uzbekistan.
Today, this modern city embodies that modern elegance that you can find in most world capital cities. Still, it is an oriental city.
Tashkent means ‘stone city’ was destroyed by Genghis Khan in 1219 and was rebuilt being the route of Silk Road. Before the Russian Empire conquered in the 19th century, the city was influenced by Turkish and then Islam culture in the 8th century.
Although Uzbekistan was under foreign domination and many Russians citizens were sent there, Tashkent retains its multi-ethnicity but still with the majority of ethnic Uzbeks.
Tashkent is the most cosmopolitan city of Uzbekistan. It is famous for its fountains, streets lined with trees, and beautiful parks.
Beginning in 1991, Tashkent has economically developed and their structures and architectures flourished. They changed the icons of the Soviet era and replaced them with more global symbols, such as the statue of Lenin changed into a globe.
At the downtown district, you will find bank buildings, hotels, international business centers and other modern structures replacing the buildings built during the Soviet era.
Having the numerous historic mosques and Islamic sites, Tashkent was referred to as the “cultural capital of the Islamic world” by a Russian news company in 2007. In addition, it is interesting to know that Tashkent has the earliest copy of the Quran called the Samarkand Kufic Quran since 1924.
Tashkent Hotels & Tourism
Great Attractions & Tourism Sites
Tashkent has medieval buildings, elegant European architecture, and glittering skyscrapers with glass and concrete structures. Although revolutions and earthquakes destroyed many of its heritages, Tashkent still retains some of its traditional architectural relics. You can still find some in its museums and Soviet-era monuments. Some include:
Kukeldash Madrasah –
Chorus Bazaar - huge open air bazaar at the center of the old Tashkent town.
Telyashayakh Mosque – has the oldest extant Quran in the world
Yunus Khan Mausoleum – 15th century mausoleums
Palace of Prince Romanov
Alisher Navoi Theater
Amir Temur Museum
Alay Bazaar, Archaeological monuments, Catholic Church, Hast-Imam, Kaffal-Shashi Mausoleum, Mausoleum of Sheykh Zayniddin-bobo, Shayhantaur Ensemble, Amir Timur Square, Barak-khan Madrasah, German Kirche, etc.
Have a great and memorable visit in this city!
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