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Tourism in UZB

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EMPEROR ALEXANDER I ST. PETERSBURG
STATE TRANSPORT UNIVERSITY
The Faculty of Industrial and Civil Engineering
Touristic potential of Uzbekistan
Saint Petersburg – 2019
Uzbekistan is now on the difficult road to a
market economy.
We need to use all available resources in order to
strengthen economic situation in Uzbekistan.
Tourism plays an important role in implementing
this task. International experience shows, that
tourism, after certain initial investments, may
soon become one of the profitable sources of hard
currency income in Uzbekistan.
Tourists flow to Uzbekistan
Year
1997
2000
No of
tourists
252,00
0
500,00
0
The tourism industry is one of
the biggest employers
Country
People
(thousand)
USA
15,800
Great
Britain
Hungary
2,500
250-300
Uzbekistan 12-15
The territory of modern Uzbekistan is situated where
ancient trade routes crossed, the most famous one is
the Great Silk Road.
 The “Great Silk Road” existed for more than 14
centuries, and it ran mostly on the territory of
Uzbekistan.
 Before the Russian invasion of Central Asia (before
1860) there were more than 700 caravan routes in
Uzbekistan, making commercial and tourist trips to
the different countries of East and West.
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Advantages
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Mountains – Chimgan,
Chatkal, Turkestan Ranges
Deserts – Kiyl kum, Kara
kum
Rivers – Syr Daryia, Amu
Daryia, Ugam, Chirchik
Many mineral springs
Favorable climate – sun
whole year long
Disadvantages
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Lack of sea
Lack of wood, forests
Natural resources in Uzbekistan
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Culture
Culture
Cuisine
There are over four thousand architectural
monuments of different historical epochs
beginning from the early Middle Ages in the
cities built along the Great Silk Road, between
China and Europe. That stretch from the Stone
Age , through the eras of Alexander the Great,
Genghis Khan and the Tamerlane Empire
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The Mausoleums:
Gur- Emir in Samarkand;
Ulugbek’s medrece;
Sherdar;
Ismail Samany in
Bukhara;
Minaret Kalian in
Bukhara
The city museums Khan
in Khiva
Tilla-Kory
and others
Many monuments of historical architecture are included in
UNESCO’s catalogues
Uzbekistan is considered to have
the greatest tourism potential of all the
Central Asia countries.
Uzbekistan holds ninth place in the world
for its recreational resources.
Accomodations
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There are about 100 hotels in
Uzbekistan, of there 7 hotels are
international class (4-5 star
category). But the majority of
them are 2-3 star hotels
In total, hotels in Uzbekistan
offer 75 thousand suites and can
host simultaneously about 15
thousand people
The national hotel market offers
services diverse in cost and
quality
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Shodlik Palace Hotel
Famous world chain hotels
Intercontinental and Sheraton in
Tashkent
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Hotel Inter-Continental
Sheraton Hotel
“Tourism shows a great potential
along the Silk Road,” – said WTO
Secretary General Antonio Enriques
Savignac in a speech opening the
three day Silk Road meeting in
Tashkent. “There are few places left
on this planet with such a littleknown, yet fascinating human history
and wealth of monuments”
Alexander the Great said
about Samarkand:
“Everything I have heard
about the beauty of
Samarkand is true – except
that it is even more beautiful
than I could imagine”
Advantages
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Diversity of natural
resources
Favorable location on
Great Silk Road
Large number of
historical monuments
Rich cultural heritage
Friendly, hospital people
Adequate hotel facilities
Disadvantages
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Poor infrastructure in
some tourist centers
Lack of auto service
facilities on intercity
roads
Few entertainment
events
Quality of service below
international standards
Problem of tourism development in
Uzbekistan
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FOR ATTENTION
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