Antica B&B

Address: 56-58, Iskandarov, Samarkand, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 56-58, Iskandarov, Samarkand, is near Independence Square (Mustakillik Square), Gur Emir Mausoleum, Chimgon, and Old Tashkent.
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Travel Blogs from Samarkand

Wonders of the Silk Road

A travel blog entry by sueducktravel on Oct 19, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... women particularly wear very bright coloured clothing frequently with headscarves. The food here is very different with lots of Turkish style bread, pickled peppers, rice, and mostly not all that exciting. Pomegranates and persimmons seem to be the main fruit. We ate out one evening in a madrassa, bit open courtyard area within the building and it started to rain! We all ran for cover ...

Arrival in Khorezm and Khiva

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 30, 2014

10 photos

Uzbekistan is big - it is 718 kilometers from Tashkent to Urgench, which is why we are doing this bit by air rather than on the ground. It is the last internal flight of our trip. This airport is refreshingly efficient compared to Bishkek although we do have to take a long bus ride around the perimeter to get to the stand. The terminal building at our destination was opened within the last week so it is spankingly bright and clean. Again, the ...

"Welcome" to Uzbekistan

A travel blog entry by marqual on Oct 25, 2013

2 photos

... here.

Uzbekistan is only one of two "double land locked" countries in the world, meaning you have to pass through at least 2 countries to get to an ocean or major sea. Can you name the other? Clue: it's in Europe.

We set back our clocks by an hour. That means it will be get dark around 5pm each day. We picked up our local guide and went through another passport check before we were officially in Uzbekistan. We drove a little while ...

Into The Valley of Babur

A travel blog entry by danialw on Jul 29, 2012

3 photos

... Valley is home to one of my personal historical heroes, Babur.

A little background on Babur: he was a descendant of the conqueror Timur, aka Tamerlane, on his father’s side and a descendant of Genghis Khan on his mother’s side. Born to a family of Timurid nobles, Babur became king of Samarkand at a fairly young age, but not for long. He was driven out by the Uzbek Shaybanids and lost control of Samarkand ...

Bukhara, Nuratau Mountains & the Fergana Valley

A travel blog entry by mmtrip on Jun 30, 2012

52 photos

... everywhere, there are watermelons and honey melons at each corner of the streets and we discover the pleasure of Uzbek chai (green tea) at each break. At night as we are staying in the same guesthouse as the 2 French girls we came with from Khiva, we decide to try some Uzbek wine... drinkable but not comparable to European wines...
In general, Uzbekistan is a great place for cultural tourism as the main cities have centuries-old history monuments. ...

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