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Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan is cherished for its medieval structures, mosques and beautiful landscape. The culture is influenced by Turkic and Persian, and the influence can be easily seen in food, old structures and languages. Numerous museums and Soviet-era structures dot the landscape. Explore this beautiful city once a major stopover on the silk route.

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Should Know

  • The aerial distance from London to Tashkent is 3,268 miles
  • There are no direct flights from London to Tashkent
  • Popular Airlines from Tashkent London are Turkish Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Astana and Ural Airlines
  • Estimated flying time from London to Tashkent is over 9 hours and 55 minutes

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This Uzbek capital is an awesome place to experience the culture of the country. Located on the historic Silk Road from ancient times, the city has been a rich amalgamation of different culture and traditions. Numerous monuments dot the landscape of the city offering a glimpse of the bygone era. The Independence Square, the Teleshayakh Mosque, the Uzbekistan State Museum of Applied Art and Amir Timur Museum are a must-visit. Not just the buildings, but the culinary delights are also a treat and are influenced by Persian and Turkic culture.

With us, you will also get imperative tips that will help you in securing low-cost air tickets. Try to book tickets in advance as the bulk of airlines offer exclusive discounts on early seat sales. Low tourist season can easily fetch you amazing rebates on air tickets. Travelling on weekday fetches cheap airfares while weekend means paying more for the flight. At present, there are no direct flights to Tashkent from London.

About Tashkent

Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan is located nearby to the border of Kazakhstan, northeast of the country. The city has an interesting history. Before the advent of Islam, the region was influenced by Turkic and Sogdian cultures. Genghis Khan destroyed the city in 1219. The city was rebuilt again and it became a vital trading post of the Silk Road. From the 18th to 19th century, Tashkent had an independent government, before it was re-conquered by the Khanate of Kokand. In 1865, the city fell to the Russian Empire. Tashkent earthquake destroyed the city in 1966. It was then rebuilt as the model Soviet city and at that time became the fourth largest city in the Soviet Union after Moscow, Leningrad and Kiev. After witnessing such a tumults past, today Tashkent features a multi-ethnic population with native Uzbeks being the majority.

Tashkent, once a major stopover in the silk route has long been devoid of tourists. But today the city has started welcoming tourists in a large number. There are numerous museums dot the city and offer a glimpse into the rich past of the region. The Amir Timur Museum exhibits weapons, manuscripts and relics from Timurid dynasty. In proximity, the State Museum of History of Uzbekistan houses ancient Buddhist artefacts. Must visit is the Khazrati Imam Architectural Complex featuring numerous mosques and madrasas. The Tashkent Tower is a modern skyscraper offering a sweeping view from its observation deck. Explore this and more by availing affordable London to Tashkent cheap flight.

Best Time to Visit Tashkent

Tashkent is an incredible city known for its vibrant past and turbulence history. It is the city full of museums and ancient structures. Apart, the city is known for its tremendous hospitality and great food. So, if you are looking to fly to this city, we offer affordable tickets to Tashkent. A traveller should also know the best season to travel to Tashkent for unlimited fun.

High Season: June to August season is the peak time to visit and explore Tashkent. During this time the streets are crowded. Those especially looking to travel during this season, be aware that costly airfares and accommodation can impact your travel budget. Shoulder seasons like spring March to April and autumn September to October also make for a perfect escape with a pleasant temperature.

Low Season: Starting from November to March is the winter season. During this time, bone-chill cold and subzero temperature makes travelling to Tashkent a difficult task. So, if you are willing to explore the destination during a quieter period, these months are perfect. Also, this is the ideal time to secure low-cost flights to Tashkent from London.

Best Places to Visit in Tashkent

Chorsu Bazaar: Chorsu Bazaar is a popular traditional market situated in the centre of the old town of Tashkent. It is here in this bazaar that all the daily household necessities are sold. The market is a must-visit for tourists to buy the local produce.

Kukeldash Madrasah: Kukledash Madrasah is a medieval-era structure situated in nearby to Chorsu Bazaar. The structure was built around in 1570 by the Shaybanid Dynasty. It is a beautiful building made of yellow bricks featuring a square shape with a big inner yard.

Amir Timur Museum: Amir Timur Museum is a magnificent building dedicated to the Mongol warlord Amir Timur. The museum was opened in 1965 and exhibits artefacts and relics from the era of Amir Timur.

State Museum of Applied Arts of Uzbekistan: The Museum of Arts of Uzbekistan is the biggest museum in Uzbekistan featuring numerous collections of several thousand works. The museum is a must-visit to see the legendary artwork exhibition.

Tashkent Tower: The Tashkent Tower is a 375-meter tall tower and is currently the 11 tallest tower in the world. It is a key tourist attraction and also features an observatory deck situated at 97 meters (318 ft.) above the ground.

Airport serving London & Tashkent

London: The city of London has six airports - London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN), London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). Millions of travellers land and depart from these airports annually. To cater to such a large number of passengers airports in London are equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure. These airports are connected with advance modern transport network like Tube Train. Also, private coach, taxi, cabs and local buses are available to ferry passengers from the airport to various parts in London.

Tashkent: Islam Karimov Tashkent International Airport (IATA: TAS) is the prime international airport in Uzbekistan. The airport is situated 12km from the centre of Tashkent. With its two terminals – Terminal 2 is for international flight while Terminal 3 receives domestic flight.

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