27 September 2022

From July 15th, Russia has lifted the restrictions on crossing its land borders established in connection with the pandemic. Foreign tourists once again have the opportunity to enter our country on regular bus lines Lux Express and Ecolines.

15 September 2022

On September 17-18, Kazan will host the Tasty Kazan gastronomic festival for the eighth time. The festival will take place on the square in front of the Palace of Farmers. Visitors will be able to try dishes, take part in culinary master classes from chefs, try tasting sets, learn the rules of hospitality and much more.

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The Republic of Uzbekistan is situated in the very heart of Central Asian Region. It borders on all newly-formed republics: Kazakhstan to the north, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the east and south-east, Turkmenistan – to the south-west and Afghanistan to the south.

Uzbekistan is the country of ancient culture and architecture. Architects of the East astonished travelleres and merchants passing along the Silk Road with magnificence and beauty of their creations. Such Uzbek cities as Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva deserve their fame of Pearls of the East. There are over four thousand of historical monuments on the territory of the Republic.

This landlocked country – the most populous in Central Asia with its 35 million residents – is dominated by dry deserts and augmented by foothills and snow-capped mountains. As such, residents are primarily limited to oases where resplendent cities will amaze with their dazzling architecture and traditional cuisine.

Three cities – Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva – have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Exploring their ancient walls is a trip back to tumultuous times of rule by Alexander the Great or the conquering hordes of Genghis Khan. Iconic mammals such as the snow leopard prowl the mountains where few indications of settlement can be found.