Uzbekistan and India have had strong trade and cultural ties for thousands of years, created thanks to the Great Silk Road. Today in Bukhara you can visit the Trade domes where merchants from India once traded, in Samarkand there is the mausoleum of Gur-Emir, whose architecture inspired the creators of the Taj Mahal, in Tashkent there is a monument to Lal Bahadur Shastri, who died here, and in Andijan Zahiriddin Muhammad Babur was born, who built on the territory of India's Mughal Empire.
Going on a tour of Uzbekistan from India, you will discover all these connections, but also see the amazing differences of ancient cultures. Thanks to convenient and fast flights, you will not notice the time difference, and the climate will be hotter, but dry, and it can be easier to tolerate. During the trip, you will learn all about the history and culture of Uzbekistan, get acquainted with hospitality and Uzbek cuisine, which is strikingly different from Indian dishes.
Top 4 must visit cities during the Uzbekistan tour from India
Top 4 UNESCO sites and Silk Road architecture to discover in the Uzbekistan tour from India
Direct flights from Delhi to Tashkent by Uzbekistan Airways
Direct flights from Tashkent to Delhi by Uzbekistan Airways
*flight schedule updated in January 2023