Hotel Sayokhat

Address: 115 Buyuk Ipak Yuli Street, Tashkent, Uzbekistan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 115 Buyuk Ipak Yuli Street, Tashkent, is near Itchan Kala, Citadel Kunya-ark, Pakhlavan Makhmud Mausoleum, and Stone Palace (Tash Khauli).
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        Travel Blogs from Tashkent

        Day 82-85: Tashkent (Part 2), Uzbekistan

        A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Oct 16, 2015

        13 photos

        ... and French person. Together we decided to head to the railway museum where the guidebook mentioned you were able to clamber all over a bunch of Soviet-era trains. Unfortunately they had all been repainted in rather uninspiring matt paint which detracted a little from their former grandeur but it was still an interesting place to spend an hour or so. After grabbing lunch at a surprisingly good Italian restaurant we went our ...

        Totally(-tarianly) happy in Uzbekistan

        A travel blog entry by jamjamdave on Sep 14, 2015

        1 comment, 42 photos

        ... bag is searched when entering the subway (often twice at two sequential checkpoints) and you can be asked to show your passport in which your visa is scrutinised followed by possibly all the other entries in your passport. If you're taking several trips on the subway, this becomes very tiresome. Taking overland long distance trains is even more tiresome where bag checks, metal detectors and passport inspections can be done at four or ...

        Welcome to Uzbekistan

        A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 24, 2015

        23 photos

        ... Soviet days, but it's obviously been updated. I'm fairly certain we're all being monitored, but hey. It has a pretty good view over the city centre, which is pretty all lit up at night. Upon check-in, we were all issued a registration slip, which we need to keep in order to prove where we stayed upon departure. It's illegal for tourists to stay anywhere other than officially-registered hotels, so the hostel, homestay, camping and couchsurfing scenes aren't ...

        Uzbekistan's capitol city.

        A travel blog entry by ralph.rydell on Aug 09, 2015

        8 photos

        ... mausoleums and mosques remaining. One of the highlights of Tashkent is the very nice Museum of the History of the Uzbeck People. It goes from the pre-homosapian remains discovered from 1.2 million years ago to the 20th century. There is a big emphasis on Timur even though there is another museum in town devoted to him, which I did not see. It went through all the various powers that had occupied the ...

        Indian Embassy, Tashkent

        A travel blog entry by michellendave on Sep 28, 2014

        33 photos

        ... we could purchase tickets without standing in line. They were sold out for the 30th and they didn't have low beds in economy compartment. We'd either have to buy top beds in the expensive birth (which did not have bottom beds available either) or go on a different date. Then the nice girl at information added that we should return tomorrow at 10 am, that's when seats and beds that have been held back are released. We'd surely get ...