Souvenirs

There are plenty of places in Tashkent to shop for souvenirs and gifts. You will find souvenir shops inside almost all hotels, museums and trading centres.
If you want to find something unique or love to haggle to a good deal goods, Abulkasim Madrassah and Chorsu Bazaar are best places to visit. If you don’t have enough time to visit Bazaars or galleries in Tashkent, you may find a good selection of souvenirs at the hotels you stay. Rates are quite higher than bazaars but you may bargain. Here are our list of top places in Tashkent to buy unique souvenirs, including jewellry, handicrafts, ceramics, silk and icats and woodcarving.

BroadwaySaligokh 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.
Art Caravan Handicraft StoreLocated in the heart of Tashkent, close to the Central Department Store, you fill find here handmade produces from traditional to modern items, including clothes, fabrics, accessories, leather cases for Ipads and more. Art Caravan - art store is for those who really appreciate art.
Human Wear GalleryA unique place in Tashkent that sells collections of over 200 leading Uzbek designers and creftsmen. Buy here unique hand made produces, clothes, jewellry, accessories, toys and much more. All collections of the Human Ware House are produced of hand-made silk and cotton and in small volume, which makes the collections exclusive.
Central Department StoreCentral Department Strore is located at the very heart of Tashkent. The Store consists a total of three floors. In Central Department Strore you will find good selection of handicraft items at the souvenirs department. The second floor of the Central Department Store offers clothes and footwear, bedding, pillows, blankets and more.
Tashkent PlazaTashkent Plaza shopping center serves mostly for exclusive uzbek national handicrafts wich include ceramics, carpets, painting, wood engraving, jewelery, woven goods and etc. Tashkent Plaza Art Center is the place where supernatural colors of Uzbek amateur and folk arts have found a new appearance in a new modern space.
Tashkent Clock TowersThese Twin Clock Towers were build in 1947 and 2009 and now are considered one of the symbols of Tashkent. Tashkent Twin Clock Towers houses a showroom displaying ancient and contemporary jewelry masterfully created by members of crafts dynasties and offers to visitors unique samples of traditional Uzbek arts and antiques.
Abulkasym MadrassahAt Beshagach, once was of the four boroughs of old Tashkent, between the grandiose Istiqlol Concert Hall and the Parliament of Uzbekistan - Oliy Majlis there is a building that is not similar to those around - Abulkasym madrassah, built in the style of Renaissance East and founded in the first half of the 19th century.
Khazrati Imam Architectural ComplexThe whole complex, which is now consists of 'Barakhan' madrassah, 'Tilla Shaykh' mosque, 'Muyi Muborak' madrassah, tomb of Kaffal Shashi, 'Namozgah' mosque, as well as newly built 'Hazrat Imam' mosque, was named Hazrat Imam on behalf of the Imam Sheikh Kaffal Shashi.
Applied Arts MuseumThe exhibition includes the most valuable products from all over the country, collected from the middle of the 19th century until the present day. The museum often holds exhibitions and sale of works by contemporary artists of Uzbekistan.
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