This is a slow but regular train which usually runs at night, allowing passengers to sleep during the long trip. Check the Night train Tashkent-Andijan timetable and learn more about this modern train below.
|Night train Tashkent-Andijan||SV||Compartment||Platskart|
|Tashkent - Kokand||10:05 14:29||Sa|
|Kokand - Tashkent||16:29 21:03||Su|
|Tashkent - Margilan||10:05 15:29||Sa|
|Margilan - Tashkent||15:30 21:03||Su|
|Tashkent - Andijan||10:05 16:35||Sa|
|Andijan - Tashkent||14:34 21:03||Su|
|Andijan - Samarkand||14:34 01:30+1||Su|
|Samarkand - Andijan||00:58 12:43||Su|
|Andijan - Bukhara||14:34 04:32+1||Su|
|Bukhara - Andijan||21:06 12:43+1||Mo|
|Margilan - Bukhara||15:30 04:32+1||Su|
|Bukhara - Margilan||21:06 11:37+1||Mo|
|Urgench - Andijan||16:52 16:35+1||Fr|
|Andijan - Urgench||14:34 13:14+1||Th|
|Urgench - Margilan||16:52 15:29+1||Fr|
|Margilan - Urgench||15:30 13:14+1||Th|
|Samarkand - Margilan||05:20 15:29||Sa|
|Margilan - Samarkand||15:30 01:30+1||Th|
Please arrive 15 min before departure to allow sufficient time for boarding.
Despite the name, it’s actually a whole network of trains that connect many cities in Uzbekistan with Tashkent. The train usually offers 2 and 4-person sleeper compartments and open cars with 54 bunk beds.
Max speed: 90 km/h