A beautiful everlasting oasis of the same age as Rome and Athens Antiquity.

Originality and architecture give Samarkand a unique look that has lasted up to this day. One of the main paths of the Great Silk Road passed through Samarkand connecting China with Europe. 

A huge number of legends, myths and even mysticism are associated with this city like nothing else. No one can certainly say how old it is – 3000 or more but it is known for sure that the troops of Macedonian, Genghis Khan, Arab invasions and many other foreigners passed through this land. 

Samarkand – a city at the crossroads of Eastern and European cultures. 

The most popular place in Samarkand for tourists is the Registan Square where the Tilya-Kori Madrassah, Sherdor Madrassah, Ulugbek Madrassah are located. Also here are Ensemble Shakhi-Zinda, Tob of Amir Timur Gur-Emir, Ulugbek observatory, Imam Al Bukhari Complex, Mausoleum of Prophet Daniel. 

Samarkand is also known for its unique flatbread. It’s amazing in taste and can be eaten for years without losing their benefits. It is known that they are baked quickly at a high temperature- 400-800 degrees. But what keeps them from spoiling is known only by bread makers. 

Being a connecting point of Eastern and European culture Samarkand is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. 

Having unshakable historical value Samarkand continues to develop.

New and exciting projects are being presented, such as launching new International Airport and magnificent brand-new touristic complex “Silk Road Samarkand” that offers full range of services for both leisure tourists and business travelers:

  • 8 hotels of various service levels (1200 rooms) including the first 5* hotel in Samarkand and Central Asia which is a member of the “Leading Hotels of the World” association.
  • Eco Village - collection of 14 timber cottages for private accommodation and services.
  • Congress Center with conference facilities for MICE events up to 3000 guests.
  • Hotels are located around the beautiful Rowing canal.
  • Historical and ethnographic complex "Eternal City".
  • Conceptual restaurants and cafes.