Uzbekistan Tours and Travel
Travel along the Great Silk Road and explore historic cities such as Samarkand, former centre of world empires, Bukhara, the Pearl of the Orient and Khiva, Uzbekistan’s open-air museum, and explore the capital city of Tashkent, where traditions uniquely meet modernity. Discover Uzbekistan where your dreams of 1001 nights will come true. Book your trip to this fascinating country and allow yourself to be enchanted by its rich history and magnificent architectural monuments. Together with the warm Uzbek hospitality and local culture, it will make your holidays a unique experience.
Tours for those who like an active lifestyle and want to get the most out of their tripTours
Most of our active tours combine hiking in the picturesque areas as well as visits to architectural monuments in the historic cities of the region
We have developed the most popular tours which can be customized according to your wishes, thus creating your tailor-made tour
Uzbekistan Holidays along the Silk Road
Highlights of Uzbekistan tour
Classic tour in Uzbekistan
Short Hiking Tour in Uzbekistan
Best of Uzbekistan Tour
Uzbekistan in 6 days
Uzbekistan in 8 days
Tours designed for a short time to a specific part of the country or certain cities
Tourism in Uzbekistan
We have designed the most popular tours around the country for you, but our tour programmes are very flexible. Our excursions can easily be combined or extended by optional trips.
Cultural tourism is the most popular in Uzbekistan, which focuses on promoting and informing about Uzbekistan as a country with rich culture, amazing architecture and centuries-old history. As a rule, cultural tourism is concentrated around four main centres: Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. But besides "standard" cities we recommend visiting the western part of Uzbekistan, for instance, Nukus with its famous Igor Savitsky Museum or Eastern part of the country: Fergana Valley with its cities Rishtan, Margilan and Fergana.
Uzbekistan offers not only culture but also spectacular natural landmarks, which unfortunately are ignored by many tour operators in standard itineraries - wrongly, we think. That's why we have developed special hiking tours: these are tours in which you will visit not only historical sites, but also explore the spectacular mountainous world of Uzbekistan.
Book your trip to Uzbekistan with Adras Travel
Please, tell us about your wishes and we will put together a personalized tour for you
Why to choose us for your trip in Uzbekistan?
Adras Travel is a tour operator with a long experience. We specialize in tours to Central Asia. With our extensive network and knowledge, we can help to make your trip unforgettable
We will help you make a tailor-made plan for your trip. We will pick the best itinerary for your tour.
Our tours can be combined or extended with optional trips to neighbouring destinations.
Professional tour guides
Only experienced and reliable tour guides work with us. Excursions can be offered in English and other languages
Frequently Asked Questions
To visit the main touristic cities of Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva, you should plan for about 8-10 days, that is 2-3 nights in each city.
Officially, the Latin alphabet is used. For historical reasons, however, the Cyrillic alphabet is still widely common.
The best time to travel to Uzbekistan is in the spring, from March to May, and in the fall, from mid-August to mid-November.
The immediate proximity to Afghanistan deters many potential tourists. However, Uzbekistan is a very safe travel destination. Also for women, travelling alone is easy and pleasant to travel.
English is taught in all schools in Uzbekistan, however, many people do not need their knowledge of the language in everyday life and thus can only remember some everyday phrases. In the meantime, the importance of the English language has been recognized: Many parents send their children to tutoring courses outside the regular curriculum, as this opens up the possibility of a better job in the future. The younger generation also comes into contact with the language through music or computer games more often than their parents. People who work in the tourism industry usually have a good command of English.