The Times, a renowned British publication, has included the Samarkand Touristic Center Silk Road Samarkand in its review "The best long-haul destinations to visit in 2023".
"The Golden days of Samarkand fell on the era of the Great Silk Road, when Genghis Khan was building a powerful empire. However, the beginning of the 21st century turns out to be just as prosperous," The Times article says.
The publication notes the wonderful opportunities to travel around modern Uzbekistan on high-speed trains, including visiting not only the famous Samarkand, but also the two other ancient, fascinating cities of Bukhara and Khiva.
The Times emphasizes that the main attraction of the country is Samarkand with its
" green-domed mosques and jewel-encrusted mausoleums."
Now the opportunities of the ancient city are “united by the new luxurious complex Silk Road Samarkand. Located near the city center, the Samarkand Touristic Center promises first-class hotels and gastronomy," stresses a review in the British publication.
Since its opening, the Silk Road Samarkand Tourism Complex has hosted more than two dozen events in August, including the SCO Summit, the CIS Interparliamentary Assembly, ICT Week Uzbekistan, the Economic Forum of Uzbekistan, the Summit of the Organization of Turkic States and many other international and sporting events. The diversity of Silk Road Samarkand's infrastructure allows it to attract the attention of a wide range of audiences. Above all, the complex is geared towards guests who wish to get acquainted with the unique attractions of Samarkand without denying themselves the usual level of comfort.