One of Uzbekistan's oldest cities, Samarkand has opened the Silk Road Samarkand Tourism Centre for visitors and travelers. Journalists of a respected European publication have no doubt that Uzbekistan will see an influx of tourists with the opening of the Silk Road Samarkand Complex. In a Focus report, Euronews invites you to take a closer look at the new hub and talk to those directly involved in its realization.
“A huge multi-purpose complex combining a Congress Centre, the Eternal City historical and ethnographic park, Gashtak (an artificial lake for fishing), a Central Square with a singing fountain, Eco Village, and eight international-class hotel brands will very soon become a reference point in the Central Asian tourism sector", states the report.
European media believe that soon Silk Road Samarkand will become a booster for tourism development in Samarkand.