Uzbekistan gets attention in a French magazine named "Nouvelles-du-monde". The website of the magazine recently posted an article titled "Journey to Asia: Delight from the first trip to Uzbekistan", telling readers about the trip of a Dutch traveler to Uzbekistan in 2020.
The article notes that Uzbekistan is a country in transition, which is in active development and transformation and is open to foreign investors and tourists willing to travel to Uzbekistan for tourism and business purposes. As the authors of the article note, a lot of resources and efforts are being spent on the current reforms, and you can construction is booming in many places as a demonstration of the ongoing transformation and reforms in the country.
“Great importance is attached to the representativeness of architecture: the original design of the airport building immediately catches the eye in the city of Samarkand. It looks like a giant open book, the article says. - A number of other ancient and medieval buildings are also impressive; No wonder the old city of Uzbekistan was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, like some other rail stations in the country.”
The historical center of Bukhara also holds many works of art to admire, writes the author of the article.
As mentioned in the article dedicated to Uzbekistan, there is also active construction activity and new skyscrapers are being built in the metropolis, city of Tashkent. You can see a combination of wide streets with panel houses, majestic new government buildings, historical sites and monuments in the capital of Uzbekistan – Tashkent.
The publication notes that the Chorsu bazaar located in Tashkent city, one of the largest and oldest markets in Central Asia, known already in the Middle Ages, is a must-visit spot when you travel to Uzbekistan. “In the center of the bazaar is a large dome with countless butchers and sellers of herbs and spices, vegetables and fruits,” the article says. - The dome is surrounded by a labyrinth full of alleys, passages, market stalls, tents and halls. Uzbek carpets, towels, dishes, groceries, the list of goods on offer is endless.”
The national Uzbek dish Plov is served on large plates, which is primarily rice with meat, at first glance reminiscent of European paella, concludes a French magazine. Uzbek pilav has been included in the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
At the same time, we would like to remind you that a total of 93 countries can visit Uzbekistan on a visa-free basis today, while over 50 countries can travel to Uzbekistan with an electronic visa / e-visa. The countries that are able to visit Uzbekistan without obtaining a visa cover all EU member states and the UK.