Tourist Attractions in Uzbekistan
Tashkent’s first Ecological Park, a project based on the concept of ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’, opened its doors on April 7. The Eco park in Tashkent has been built by the Fund Forum with support from Mitsubishi Corporation and has found good use for old car tires, plastic bottles and metal pipes in line with the principles of an ecology park.
Saligokh Street, known locally as 'Broadway', has some street artists and painters, who display their original artworks. There are many shopping centers, fashion shops, boutiques, restaurants, and cafes are located on and around the Broadway in Tashkent. Here you may also pick up some handmade crafts and bric-a-bracs.
Located in the north of Tashkent, close to the Tashkent TV Towers, Aqua Park is the largest swimming area in Tashkent. Aqua Park is a water park for the whole family to enjoy, where young and old, will spend an unforgettable day's visit to our park. Aqua Park Includes a restaurant and coffe shop.
Japanese Garden in Tashkent is a small park in the center of the city with a nature of distant island countries, where the admiration of the beauties of nature is one of the essential components of life. Here, natural beauty is skilfully emphasized by the artistic-expressive means of Japanese landscape art.
Collection of the Botanical Garden are of more than 4500 species, forms, varieties and species of trees, shrubs, dwarf shrubs, vines, grasses and aquatic plants. Botanic Garden in Tashkent - it's an open air museum, a national treasure and the pride of the country and science. It is located next to the Tashkent Zoo in north-eastern part of Tashkent.
Mirzo Ulugbek is one of the the first and the best recreation parks in Tashkent. Mirzo Ulugbek Recreation Park is famous among locals for an artificial pond, a large number of trees and benches for relaxation in the summer, commercial shops, cafes and many amusement rides and entertainment attractions, a really paradise for both adults and children.
Babur Recreation Park is another amusement park in the center of Tashkent, with lots of green spaces and beautiful pond in the center. Babur Park in Tashkenr is home to the Seattle Peace Park, a collection of small tiles designed by Tashkent and its sister city - Seattle based schoolchildren, and to the famous Peace Bell, which was erected here in 2003.
Tashkent Land is considered to be one of the best amusement parks in Tashkent. The locals are used to call it Disneyland. Tashkent Land has a legendary "roller coaster" , breathtaking swings "hammer" and "wave" and many more amazing rides for both adults and children.
Today it houses over 500 different species of animal and is the only zoo in Tashkent where you can experience big animals such as gorillas and giraffes. With over 22 hectares to explore and incredible animal displays taking place throughout the day (including feeds and keeper talks) no visitor leaves disappointed.
Being one of the greenest parks in Tashkent, Gafur Gulyam Park covers 23 acres. Variety of attractions to suit all tastes makes the park a favourite spot for residents of all ages. he large lake in the center of the park with a small green island bestows visitors a mild micro-climate and creates an idyllic living piece of wildlife.
Tashkent's Alisher Navoi National Park is one of the greatest city parks in the country. Covering a large park, a large lake, canals and fountains, a meadow and ornamental flower gardens, there’s a good chance you’ll forget you are right in the center of Tashkent. National Park in Tashkent has something for everyone.
Seven kilometres (four miles) southeast of Andijan is this park, opened in 1993 to celebrate the arrival of earth brought from Babur's Kabul grave. Entombed in marble, the earth is the centrepiece of a large garden spread over a hillside Babur was fond of visiting.
This green haven of trees and boating ponds lies east of Babur Square, In the park's northeast corner rests the gently decaying splendour of the residence of Akhmed Beg Khodja. Elsewhere, the Bolalar Bogi (Children's Garden) is a new fairground at the crossroads of Fitrat and Sharaf Rashidov.
Here you will find information, view photos and read tourist reviews of Babur Literary Museum in Andijan. Since 1990, it has housed a literary museum detailing Babur's poetry and prose, liberally sprinkled with reproductions of famous miniatures and paintings of chapters in his story.