Analytical information about Uzbekistan’s travel potential has been published in the special supplement Reiseguide of the famous weekly German newspaper DIE WELT under the title “Welcome to Uzbekistan”.
The article mentions Uzbekistan as one of the most beautiful countries of Central Asia with ancient history and culturally rich heritage. The territory of the country encompasses highland valleys and hottest deserts, multicultural archeological and historical constructions and complexes, covered with ancient architectural monuments and modern metropolitan areas.
The publication states that traveling about Uzbekistan promises tourists not only an informational excursion to the history of Central Asian nations and an introduction with historical attractions, which are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, but also an exciting trip along the ancient route of the Great Silk Road.
The submission contains information about the unique nature and climatic conditions of Uzbekistan, which is helpful to organize their trip in the most convenient and comfortable way. According to the article, each region has its own unique natural conditions, such as Pamir and Tien-Shan highlands, crystal clean lakes, loud streams and healing spring sources.
The article also informs the readers about the reforms in the touristic field, developing new travel directions of extreme, pilgrimage, ethnic and agricultural tourism and others. New routes and touristic service centers are being developed and created.
“Ecotourism is one of the most popular travel destinations today, and Uzbekistan is one of the rare countries in the world, which has great potential and opportunities for its development. What makes Uzbekistan unique and special is its diverse nature, exotic animal world, rich plant culture and amazing mountain areas with beautiful contrast. Uzbekistan has plenty of places for the organization of eco-tour packages, such as national parks and reserves” quotes the article.
The authors have specifically emphasized Uzbek culture and traditions for being unique and original. They noted that the distinct culture of Uzbekistan has combined the customs and traditions of all various nations that had inhabited the region for many centuries, having seen many civilizations for thousands of years.
“Uzbek culture is kind of quintessence of cultures of Central Asia, however, each region of Uzbekistan has its own unique patterns, which is colorfully represented in national dresses and local dialects” – mentions the publication.
German travelers are advised to attend the local ethnic festivals, in order to have a close look at the colorful culture of Uzbekistan and to be able to experience it.
As a conclusion, the authors highlight the rich and delicious national Uzbek cuisine, where some recopies take start from many centuries back. Once again the famous traditional dish of Uzbek Palov has been mentioned for having been taken into the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage in 2016.