On 26 May – 1 June, Namangan will host Flowers Festival. Thousands of tourists and experts from around the world visit the festival annually.
On 24-25 May, Samarkand State University and the Silk Road International University of Tourism will hold an International Scientific and Practical Conference on the theme: “The revival of pilgrim tourism at the crossroads of the Great Silk Road”.
In order to create favorable conditions for pilgrim tourism in Uzbekistan and comfortable travel of Muslim tourists around the country, the State Committee of Uzbekistan on tourism development together with the Committee on Religious Affairs under the Cabinet of Ministers launched thae mobile application Masjid Finder Uzbekistan for the Android platform, which will help to find the nearest mosque in the given location. Reported by the press service of the State Committee of Uzbekistan
A fascinating event for 52 Polish tourists was organized as part of the development of gastronomic tourism by the Tashkent City Khokimiyat and the Moscow Department of Tourism Development.
On 20 May, the first meeting of the Review Committee of the joint project of UNESCO and the European Union “Silk Roads Heritage Corridors in Afghanistan, Central Asia and Iran – International Dimension of the European Year of Cultural Heritage” was held in Brussels.
A tourism potential of Uzbekistan was presented in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The Uzbek Embassy in Kuala Lumpur organized a presentation of the tourism potential of our country in the Malaysian state of Penang.
The State Tourism Development Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan is actively working to strengthen cooperation with compatriots and organizations created by them abroad wishing to contribute to the promotion of the tourist potential of the Republic and increase brand awareness of the country.
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