- 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.
Сюжет, о ушедшем в историю трамвае в столице Узбекистана
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
iPhone video from Tico
Tashkent is a tram running.
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...
Tahlilnoma, a flagship weekly news programme of Uzbekiston TV channel, made a report on development of logistics in Uzbekistan. Within the report, Vice-Rector of Inha University in Tashkent Professor Cho gave an interview on new Logistics Management Department. (Video in Uzbek)
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