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    Visiting Fellow Flexible Learning Institute Charles Sturt University

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    Gary Wintz, LA
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    Assistant Professor of Geography
    United States Military Academy
    West Point, NY 10996

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    CEO/ Al Jaidah Intl. Doha, Qatar

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The pylons are designed primarily for tourists: they provide information about the sights of the capital and show a map on which tourist sites are marked.

24-hour monitors are located in the area of the Uzbek National Academic Drama Theater, the State Musical Theater named after Mukimi, the State Academic Bolshoi Theater named after Alisher Navoi, the International Airport named after Islam Karimov, the Madrasa Kukaldosh, the Uzbek State Circus, the International Westminster University of Tashkent, the Hotel Uzbekistan, Pushkin Square and st. Sayilgoh ("Broadway").

According to the press service of the city administration, the pylons were installed by the hokimiyat together with the Department of Tourism Development and MediaLux LLC.

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Popular American bloggers visited Uzbekistan and “blew up” the Internet with their videos.

American travel bloggers drove through the most famous cities of Uzbekistan. The video, which they soon posted on the network, has already gained more than 100 thousand views.

American brothers Alex and Marco are famous Californian bloggers. Coming to new cities and countries, they are trying to show something unknown. What happened to them when visiting Uzbekistan, you can find out by watching the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiJVQZmLaHE

   

 

 

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The British newspaper the Guardian published a detailed guide for one-month-long travel to Uzbekistan.

The publication invites its readers to explore the “heritage of the Silk Road, desert landscapes, the Tashkent subway and the cities of Samarkand and Bukhara in a country where tourists are encouraged by new, relaxed visa rules.”

The newspaper recommends visiting 8 cities: Tashkent, Marglan, Andijan, Kokand, Samarkand, Bukhara, Nurata and Nukus.

Below is the link for original article:

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2019/jan/30/backpackers-guide-to-uzbekistan-itinerary-tashkent-samarkand-bukhara

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President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed a decree “On additional measures to accelerate the development of tourism in the Republic of Uzbekistan”.

The document notes that the simplification of the visa regime and the rules of stay in Uzbekistan, along with the development of infrastructure and the promotion of the country’s tourist potential abroad, led to a twofold increase in the number of foreigners visiting the country - from 2.60 million in 2017 to 5.3 million in 2018.

 

The list includes Australia, Austria, Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Vatican, Luxembourg, Hungary, Brunei Darussalam, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Canada, Andorra, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden , Latvia, Lithuania, Mongolia, New Zealand, Portugal, Bulgaria, Republic of Cyprus, Malta, Poland, San Marino, Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Chile, Romania, Slovakia, United Kingdom, Brazil, Finland, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Switzerland and Estonia .

 

It should be noted that Uzbekistan in February 2018 introduced a visa-free regime for a period of 30 days for citizens of seven countries - Israel, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey and Japan. Later, this list was expanded and Tajikistan, France and Germany were included.

 

Besides that from 1 February, citizens of 76 countries are granted the right to receive an electronic entry visa through the e-visa.gov.uz system.

This list includes the following countries:  Algeria, Antigua and Barbuda, Egypt, Barbados, Belize, Venezuela, Uruguay, Gabon, Qatar, Kuwait, Grenada, Sri Lanka, Dominican Republic, Jordan, China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Guyana, Bahrain, Bhutan, Cambodia, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Tonga, Laos, Lebanon, Maldives, Mexico, Bolivia, Bangladesh, Samoa, United Arab Emirates, Albania, Angola, Vanuatu, Ghana, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Cape Verde , Cameroon, Kiribati, Colombia, Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire, Cuba, Mauritius, Macedonia, the Marshall Islands and Nauru, Citizens of Nicaragua, Palau, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Seychelles, Senegal, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Fiji, Philippines, Ecuador, El Salvador, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Solomon Islands, Bahamas, and the Commonwealth of the West, the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Solomon Islands, the Bahamas, and the Commonwealth of the West, the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, the Solomon Islands, the Bahamas, and the Commonwealth of the Commonwealth of Independent States, USA, Vietnam, Oman, Tunisia, Nepal, Federated States of Micronesia, Saint Kitts and Nevis and Jamaica can receive electronic entry visas to Uzbekistan.

 

The e-visa.gov.uz system was launched on 15 July 2018. The system can be used by citizens arriving in Uzbekistan for tourism purposes from countries for which a simplified procedure for issuing visas has been established (now citizens of 51 countries can use it). The size of the consular fee is US$20.

 

At the same time, from 15 March, Uzbekistan introduces double and multiple electronic entry visas for a period of 30 days.

 

Welcome to Uzbekistan!

 

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Experts of International SOS and Control Risks compiled a map with risk assessments for tourists for 2019.

Uzbekistan is recognized as the safest travel country in Central Asia. The level of threats to tourists here is quite low, the same as in most EU countries.

International SOS is the world’s largest medical and tourism service, which operates in 92 countries.

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