- published: 24 Jun 2013
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Experience of travelling by train from Almaty, Kazakhstan, to Tashkent, Uzbekistan (via Shymkent); on the National Railway Company of Kazakhstan (Қазақстан Темiр Жолы / ҚТЖ). On board the Soviet-style train, it was a close to 13 hour ride from Almaty to Shymkent. On the sleeper cabin (shared by four people), a mattress and pillow (with fresh sheets) were provided. It is advisable to bring adequate food and water on the journey. This is a cost-effective albeit less comfortable way of getting to Tashkent from Almaty: by taking a domestic train service to Shymkent, then taking taxi to the Kazakh-Uzbek border, crossing the border into Uzbekistan before taking another taxi to the capital, Tashkent. Note: private vehicles can double as a taxi, negotiate first with the driver on the price. A li...
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Tashkent is a tram running.
The new luxury train by Talgo called Afrosiyob operates between Samarkand and Tashkent vice versa. The maximum speed is 220 km/h. Economy, Business and VIP classes are providing the best comfort for a highspeed train travel. The average speed is 140 km/h. The Journey between the cities just takes 2:30 or 2:37 hours. The staff is serving a snack and the buffet car has a wide range of meals. Most of the time the train just runs at 160 km/h. But near the Tadjikistan border, between Dashtabad and Khavast, the train reaches 220 km/h for approximately 5 minutes. You can find further travel photos and stories: http://www.facebook.com/reisebericht http://www.m-hesse.com
Сюжет, о ушедшем в историю трамвае в столице Узбекистана
Uzbekistan is upgrading its Soviet-era railway network, replacing old, diesel locomotives with modern electric trains. The new railway, which is one of the most advanced in Central Asia, is promoting trade, regional connectivity, and local industry. The Asian Development Bank provided $100 million for the electrification of a 140-km railway track between the cities of Samarkand and Karshi in the south of country. #LetsBuildAsia. How much should Asia invest in infrastructure to maintain growth and fight climate change? https://www.adb.org/publications/asia-infrastructure-needs More on... CAREC Corridor 6 (Marakand–Karshi) Railway Electrification Project: https://www.adb.org/projects/45067-005/main ADB's work in Uzbekistan: http://www.adb.org/uzbekistan Sustainable transport for all: http:...
uzbekistan is very nice country give ur commnets and likes
Tashkent is a tram running.
nice journy to the hotel namely , the park turon hotel in tashkent nice place in the world give ur comments and likes i need ur likes
nice bus of tashkent , give ur comments and likes
After visiting Mongolia last Summer, we decided to explore a little further the Silk Road and picked Uzbekistan as our next destination. We didn't really know what to expect: different sources gave us different opinions and we were unsure of what it would have been like. We found a country full of architectural beauty, a lot of tradition, amazing food and colours. Still quite genuine, tourism hasn't spoiled it that much yet ... unfortunately looked like only big groups of people in their 50s/60s are willing to travel to this country. It is affordable and it is suitable for both solo travellers, women, families and, of course, groups of any age. Tashkent: it's the capital city and one of the largest cities in Central Asia. Worth a quick stop but don't spend too much time. The gardens an...