Destination Wedding in Tashkent
Ideal Time: Tashkent is typically warm and dry from April to May and from September to early November.
High Points: It is the capital of Uzbekistan and is considered a unique travel destination famous for its history and contemporary infrastructure. Also, as a destination one can enjoy the desert regions. As one of the places of the ancient Silk Road, the city has a distinct cultural outlook with friendly people. The city has unique UNESCO World Heritage Sites and ruined desert fortresses. Although its history dates back to over two thousand years, it is contemporary in every way—grand statues and shopping malls, etc. mark its address. Explore the historic centers of Bukhara and Shakhrisabz, Samarkand and Khiva’s Itchan Kala.
F&B: The Uzbek cuisine is extremely savoury-based. It is distinct to tastes in comparison to that of the Central Asia’s. The signature dish is palov (plov or osh or pilaf), a main course that is typically made with rice, pieces of meat, grated carrots and onions, and resembles Pulao in India. Other dishes like manti, shashlik, shurpa, lagman and samsa are quite tempting options. A lot of emphasis is on cultivated agriculture and cattle-raising. The cuisine gives a lot of importance to vegetables, fruits and cereals.
Connect: Tashkent can be reached by direct flights from India and other Southeast Asian cities. Uzbekistan Airways offers connectivity to Vostochny Airport.
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