Welcome to Uzbekistan
Welcome to Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is a beautiful land at the crossroads of the Great Silk Road. Here are the ancient cities of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Shakhrisabz and Termez, in which historical and architectural monuments of the Middle Ages are located, and some are more than 2000 years old.
For many centuries, the land of Uzbekistan has served as a crossroads of civilizations and cultures. Among the many historical monuments of the country there is a special group of shrines revered by the followers of the three great religions - Islam, Christianity and Judaism. These include the mausoleum of Khoji Daniyar (St. Daniel) in Samarkand, the cave Hazrat Daud (St. David) in Aksai, dedicated to the Prophet Job, the mausoleums of Chashmai Ayub in Bukhara and Wobkent, and a number of other sacred places.
The Uzbek people have been and remain one of the hospitable peoples of the world. The Uzbeks say, “The guest is held in high esteem like a father,” and this tradition has been kept for centuries. Centuries-old traditions, Muslim rites, original art, and of course, Uzbek cuisine - all this will be a real discovery for any traveler. It is enough to spend only a week in Uzbekistan so that he remains in the heart forever!
Flights and long-distance trips are always very tiring. Entrust it to us. We will take care of organizing the necessary modes of transport for you, convenient connections during transit flights.
We are ready to organize for you a program of meetings and events, with a full cultural and sightseeing program. We will work closely with you to understand the specifics of professional activities and a clear vision of business goals.