Discover all our travel ideas for a trip in Uzbekistan.
The climate in Uzbekistan varies depending on whether you're in a desert or mountainous region. What's more seasonal temperature variations are very wide. Winters are harsh and summertime baking. It's best, therefore, to visit Uzbekistan during spring or fall. If you're heading to the plains, April to June and September to November are clement months. However, during these very same months, frequent and heavy rainfall hits the mountainous regions. Avoid March, the rainiest month of the year.
Travel tips from our local agencies in Uzbekistan.
Top places to discover.
European citizens must have a passport as well as a visa for all trips to Uzbekistan. To obtain one, you must go to the Uzbekistan embassy, make sure of and respect the dates shown on the visa. If your journey is longer than 72 hours you must register with the OVIR as soon as you arrive.
For more information, consult the government site.
The formalities for Canadians are the same for Europeans.
Before you leave for a trip to Uzbekistantake out health and repatriation insurance. No vaccination is compulsory, but update your DTP vaccination. Other vaccinations such as hepatitis A and B and typhoid fever are recommended.
Avoid drinking tap water, and stick to closed bottled water. Also avoid eating uncooked or undercooked foods. Also wash your hands before every meal.
You must see your doctor before leaving and equip yourself with basic medicine. Indeed, on site you will have difficulty finding good medications if necessary.
Telephone code: 998. Favour communications in post offices where the tariff is lower than in hotels.
The easiest way to connect to the Internet is to go to your hotel or to any other hotel.. Indeed, very few cafés have broadband. Outside of hotels you will have difficulty connecting to the internet.
British Embassy in Uzbekistan
67, Gulyamov Street, 100000
Uzbekistan Embassy in Britain
1 Holland Park
London, W11 3RP
Tachkent International Medical Clinic (expatriate doctors and anglophone Uzbeks) : +998 71 2910142 / 2910726 / 1201120 / 1201144
Emergencies and weekend : +998 97 3364988