Time-honoured Uzbekistan — the heart of Central Asia


Uzbekistan is a state that can be called an oasis of the earth, a country with a unique heritage that distinguishes it from all the others, makes it unsurpassed and each year attracts more and more travelers.

Travel in Uzbekistan gives pleasant discoveries, which are expressed in the culture of local inhabitants, in the traditions of the people, in a variety of arts, traditional crafts, folklore and national cuisine.


Here are the cities, which are the contemporaries of Babylon. The best minds of the time came here. Such cities as Samarkand, Khiva, Bukhara, Termez and many other saw no less than Rome. The defensive fortress of the city keeps the memories of Alexander the Great, Genghis Khan and Tamerlane.

Peopletravel Company will acquaint you with the culture of the land and will transfer you to the still unknown land of the rising sun — mysterious Uzbekistan.

Uzbekistan traditions

It is surprising that Uzbekistan has not yet become one of the most frequently visited countries among tourist. The prices here are available for even the most budget conscious travelers. The cities are filled with sights, the local cuisine is delicious, and the population welcomes its travelers.

Uzbekistan is interesting for contemporary travelers because of many reasons.

Uzbekistan is the heart of the Great Silk Road – ancient trade highway, for almost 2 thousands, connecting the East with the West.

Centuries ago, overcoming mountains, rivers and sand dunes of the deserts, the caravans were crossing the lands of Central Asia in the hope to exchange their goods: silk for gold and jewels, ivories and coral for the fur and bronze weapons. Along the paths of the Great Silk Road Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and other human settlements emerged and flourished. They provided shelter to the tired from a long trip merchants and pilgrims.

Uzbekistan is a long history, captured in the finest time-honoured creations of architects, shrines of gone civilizations.

Palaces, madrasahs, mausoleums, minarets of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and Shakhrisabz attract by their uniqueness and beauty. Buddhist places of worship and cloisters in Termez, Zoroastrian shrines of ancient Khorezm are covered with mystery. Silent witnesses of many important events are ready to tell a lot inquisitive traveler, truth about matters and people of bygone days.

Sher-Dor Madrasah, Samarkand

Uzbekistan is the moral inheritance that affects the brilliant discoveries of scientists, multifaceted cultural identity crafts and traditions.

While traveling in Uzbekistan, you have the occasion to observe the birth of this work of art in the capable hands of a master in Rishton or Gizhduvan, embroiderers on the Bukhara gold embroidery factory, a blacksmith in Chust, where since ancient times made famous worldwide knives.

Tashkent — the capital of the state is also of great interest. Tashkent keeps many secrets and stories and it with pleasure reveals them to those who dare to book tours to Tashkent and to see all its charms. There are many historical monuments of national importance. Travelers, who arrived here for the first time, must necessarily see the best places in Tashkent.


Uzbekistan — is a picturesque region where intricate mountain slopes and ridges, wonderful flowering gardens, world-famous architectural monuments, amazing in its beauty valleys of the rivers and many other scenic spots are open to the eyes of tourists.