The majority of Uzbekistan’s population are Uzbeks from the ethnic group, which are Turkic groups, but there are significant minority groups of Russians. Nearly 90% of the populace is Muslim however, there are also Orthodox Christians, Buddhists and Jews living within the nation. Like their fellow Central Asians, Uzbeks have a reputation for being friendly. It is customary to greet strangers and ask them questions regarding their families, health, and personal lives.
Uzbekistan tours allow you to explore the cuisine of the country and impart some of your tips with other. The typical meal can consist of dishes like palov rice, which is made by mixing rice with carrots, onions, and meat, or mutton that is cooked in the oven known as a Tandir. Uzbeks can also indulge in manti dumplings, also known as dumplings, and many kebabs. Have a taste of Uzbek cuisine with some traditional black or green tea, or some drinking yogurt, which is known as the ayran. Uzbekistan is, despite being a largely Muslim country, is a secular nation that permits you to sample local wines.
Uzbekistan is part of the Central Asian group between Asia and the Middle East. It shares borders with Kazakhstan, Tajikistan Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, and Kyrgyzstan. Uzbekistan has also a coastline across the Aral Sea and the large but shallow lake Sarygamysh. The Kyzyl Kum (also known as the “red sand” desert) covers around 80% of the country. A small part of the Fergana valley has fertile land. The mountains of Uzbekistan include the Tian Shan Range in the south of the country.
The bazaars in Uzbekistan are a shoppers’ paradise. Here, haggling is not only a normal part of the culture but also a great laugh. Tashkent’s markets, especially the Chorsu Bazaar are great places to shop for bargains. You can find soviet memorabilia such as stamps and portraits by Lenin or Lenin, military uniforms, and caps. Other local souvenirs include light and intricately patterned pottery, vibrant rugs and clothing, and jewellery made with traditional silver. With its endless supply of fresh produce, smiling locals, and a beautiful bazaars in Bukhara it is among of the most photographed destinations in the world.
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