Public transport in Uzbekistan can provide all forms of transportation to make your travel experience the most comfortable ever. Within a short period of time we can arrange your transportation, whether it is by car/minivan/tour bus or airline/railway within Uzbekistan.

All that is necessary is to provide us with the required information regarding your travel plans.

  • Cars, Minivans, Tour Buses: we are happy to offer our transportation services for foreign and local travelers, business travelers and foreign delegations in Uzbekistan. To make your road trip more comfortable and enjoyable, we provide air-conditioned sedans for 3-4 people, Minivans for 8 to 20 people and Tour Buses for 45 people. More information
  • Air Uzbekistan Airways (HY) is one of the largest national airlines in Central Asia. Established in 1992, it carries passengers and cargo to more then 30 countries all over the world. Uzbekistan Airways successfully operates a fleet of modern aircraft: Boeing-767, Airbus-310, and RJ-85 serve international and CIS routes. In 1999, a new Boeing-757 was delivered in addition to the existing fleet. In 10 years of operation, the international network has expanded and currently Uzbekistan Airline offers service to several European countries, Asia, and the Middle East. Uzbekistan Airways is the first in Central Asia to open direct transoceanic service between Tashkent and New York. The modern fleet and unique geographical location of Uzbekistan presents the opportunity to provide excellent service and connections at the Tashkent International Airport, and offer a wide range of destinations for European customers to India, Malaysia, Korea, Japan, China, and Thailand.

Uzbekistan Airways flies to all major towns and cities in Uzbekistan on a regular basis. Destinations include Andijan, Bukhara, Ferghana, Karshi, Navoi, Namangan, Nukus, Samarkand, Tashkent, Termez, Urgench and Zarafshan.

  • Rail: There are 3400 km (2,113 miles) of Uzbekistan railways linking Termez, Samarkand, Bukhara, the Fergana Valley and Nukus. There are two train stations in Tashkent - North and South.
    The Trans-Caspian Railway traverses the country from Turkmenabad in Turkmenistan via Kagan (near Bukhara), Samarkand and Jizzakh, where the railway branches off to serve the capital Tashkent. More information
  • Taxi: Shared taxis and cars for rent are available in all major cities of Uzbekistan. It is safer to use officially marked taxis, although many taxis are unlicensed. Travelers are advised to negotiate the fare in advance, and not to share taxis with strangers.
  • Metro: Tashkent metro, the first in Central Asia, currently has three lines: Uzbekistan (11 stations), Chilonzor (12 stations) and Yunusabad (6 stations). More information