Samarkand is often referred to as the jewel of the Silk Road due to its impressive gleaming architecture and rich cultural heritage spanning over 2,000 years. If you’re planning a trip to Samarkand and want to spend your trip in style then splashing out on the best luxury accommodation is a great way to create […]
Samarkand is best known for its Registan square, its mausoleum devoted to conqueror Amir Timur, and its local variation of national dish plov. It’s one of the last cities you’d visit to have a party. Nonetheless, the city does have a small number of cool bars, a whole street of pubs and even a nightclub!
World UNESCO city Samarkand is home to multiple mausoleums and monuments of historical significance. Spread across a relatively small area, the city is highly pedestrian-friendly and most of the sightseeing attractions can be explored on foot. After a long day of walking the streets however, you’ll be more than ready to plunge into some plov
Samarkand, a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities, beckons tourists to Uzbekistan. As a pivotal Central Asian Silk Road destination, the city boasts numerous mausoleums, mosques, and other ancient marvels. The good news is that unlike Tashkent, Samarkand is relatively small, ensuring convenience with short walks or 20-minute
While Samarkand boasts famous sites like Registan Square and Bibi-Khanym Mosque, there is one place of profound religious significance and breathtaking beauty that often escapes the limelight – the Mausoleum of Saint Daniel. Though lesser-visited, the Mausoleum of Saint Daniel holds a unique place in the hearts of believers from three of the world’s major
Not typically known for its wine, Samarkand in Uzbekistan is home to the Hovrenko Winery which offers daily wine tasting sessions. After spending the whole day trekking around the sites of Samarkand city, what better way to relax than to enjoy local Uzbek and international style wine and cognac tasting! Disclaimer: This blog post may