Located near the Registan Square, visitors can check out the memorial of Islam Karimov. The humble statue of him is very significant to the history of Uzbekistan. Islam Karimov is the first president of Uzbekistan. He ruled for 25 years and he declared independence from Soviet Union in 1991. What I noticed from here is that there weren't a lot of tourists. Mostly locals roam around this area, but I still recommend coming here before going to the famous Registan Square. I definitely enjoy that local vibe when traveling and coming to the memorial square is definitely a good place to get that experience.
Samarkand International Airport
Samarkand has an international airport that serves as the main gateway to the historical city.
Malika Classic Hotel
Comfortable rooms, nice staff, and the surrounding is pretty cool. I'd recommend checking this place out.
Points of interest
This is a very interesting museum that highlights the local history of Samarkand.
Samarkand is a special and very historic place in Uzbekistan.
Love the local vibes here. Come at night too and still see the liveliness of the place.
Labi Go's is a great place to dine for lunch. Restaurants in Uzbekistan are huge!
Ice cream & Coffee
Uzbek people love their ice cream! We made sure to get some after exploring Registan.
Local markets in other countries are fascinating to me! I like checking out the local snacks and flavors available.
The bazaar in Samarqand is so much fun! I was able to come here with my friend and his grandpa and got some cool souvenirs.
Observatory of Ulugbek Samarkand
Ulugbek observatory is very iconic and considered one of the best in the Islamic World.