Tashkent has always struck me as a really beautiful and understated place, just like the rest of Uzbekistan. I’d love to spend a few days there, just walking around and appreciating the architecture and history of the city—and learn about Uzbek food.
Colorful exhibits of 19th century Uzbek handicrafts
New mosque built in the ancient Islamic architectural style
Domed local market selling produce, meat, and groceries
Popular ski spot on scenic mountains near Tashkent
Museum dedicated to the life of national hero Amir Timur