Bazaars & Markets

Tashkent boast with its markets and bazaars. You can buy almost anything at markets in Tashkent. From cheap eats and fresh fruits to art and souvenirs, to casual and luxury fashions. There’s around 20 major markets in Tashkent to choose from, so there’s hours of top shopping ahead of you! Check your bargaining skills and enjoy the sights, sounds of merchants, and smells of products Tashkent’s markets.

Askia Farmer’s MarketIf you are looking for a general flea market, Askia Market in Tashkent is ideal as it has a vast hotch-potch of stalls. The market is located close to the Babur Recreation Park in Tashkent. Traders here sell everything imaginable: food, furniture, kitchen appliances, DVDs and general bric-a-brac.
Bek Baraka Wholesale MarketLocally known as wholesale clothes market. It is one of the newest bazaars in Tashkent, since Bek Baraka trading complex started its activity in January 2011. The total area of the bazaar is 6.5 hectares. It is is located in the outskirts of Tashkent, opposite to the Chilanzar Clothing Market and Abu Sahiy market in Tashkent.
Chilanzar Clothes Market (Hippodrome)The largest covered, crowded and famous market in Tashkent is located far from the centre. As well as fashionable and cheap clothing, it's also great for household goods. Practise your haggling skills at Hippodome bazaar. The name comes from the horse riding place which is located near the Bazaar.
Karavan BazaarOnce the Karavan bazaar (aka Urikzar) was the cheapest food market in Tashkent. Now the prices become equal. This market is used mainly wholesale buyers (dealers). It should be noted that the market itself is divided into several sectors: construction, food, machinery and electronics sector, carpet and clothing.
Yunusabad Farmers’ MarketYunusabad Bazaar (Yunusobod dehqon bozori) is located close to Tashkent TV Tower and MegaPlanet Shopping Mall. Yunusabad bazaar offers fresh fruits and vegetables all year round, as well as many species of fish, cereals, and of course, the pearl of each market - stalls full of nuts, dried fruit and oriental spices.
Mirabad Farmer’s MarketAt the Mirabad Bazaar you will find a huge variety of products, from clothing to all sorts of fruits and vegetables for which Uzbekistan is so famous. The fruits are very sweet and have a natural taste, unlike those found in your local grocery store. Also known as GOSPITALKA it is one of the central bazaars in Tashkent.
Farhad Farmers’ MarketFarkhad Bazaar is located in one of the most densely populated districts of Tashkent - Chilanzar. None of oriental bazaar is complete without an abundance of fresh produce, a variety of different cakes, colorful and luscious spices, as well as an integral part of the trade - the seller. Farkhad bazaar is no exception to the rule.
Chorsu BazaarFor real shopping experience in Tashkent visit Chorsu Bazaar, the oldest market in Tashkent. Long hundreds years ago it was one of the busiest bazaars in Central Asia, since it is located on the silk route. The location hasn't changed in all these years but the old buildings have been replaced by modern buildings.
Koyluk Wholesale MarketThis is a huge market, where most of the townspeople gather in Tashkent to make their purchases. The market is not only famous for its cheap agricultural products, but also Korean salad prepared and sold made the market popular. Bazaar itself lies on the banks of the river Chirchik, on the outskirts of Tashkent.
Alay Bazaar (Oloy Market)Located in the very centre of Tashkent, close to Amir Temur square, Oloy Bozori (Alay Bazaar) was set up 150 years ago in the Russian part of the city. It is the most up-to-date, equipped and advanced bazaar in Tashkent. Besides famous fruits and vegetables of the bazaar, there are amassed lots of shops and boutiques in and around Alay Bazaar in Tashkent.
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