he world’s leading TV channel BBC World News will soon broadcast a special weekly TV program The Travel Show dedicated to the tourism potential of Uzbekistan.
These days, on 17 and 18 June, in London, not far from the Tower Bridge, the Uzbekistan Culture Festival is being held, which invites guests to get acquainted with oriental flavors, the famous Uzbek pilaf, the centuries-old traditions of Central Asian masters, as well as new locations, one of which is the Silk Road Samarkand Tourist Center.
On 16 June, a grand opening of the XX traditional international festival "Silk and Spices" took place in the city of Bukhara.
Accor, the world’s leading hotel group, and InterHotel LLC announce the signing of a cooperation agreement, under which a hotel under the Swiss brand Mövenpick will be opened in Tashkent.
According to preliminary data from the Statistical Agency, as of 1 January 2023, 1,088 hotels operate in Uzbekistan, of which by star category:
A Presidential Decree "On measures to attract the population to handicrafts and create favorable conditions for the development of handicraft activities" was adopted.
For many years, Accor has been committed to sustainable development. In 2020, the Group set out its commitment to contribute to net zero carbon emissions globally by 2050 and reducing its absolute emissions by 46% (Scope 1&2) and by 28% (Scope 3) by 2030. Accor wants to go a step further in its sustainability transformation and commits to supporting its 5,400 hotels in obtaining an external sustainable certification.
Every day Silk Road Samarkand attracts more and more attention of both local tourists and foreign travelers. The correspondent of the Euronews TV channel talks about the offers for recreation and tourism in the hotels of the center, revealing another advantage of this modern complex.
On 8 June 2023, the leaders of the mountain resorts Shymbulak (Republic of Kazakhstan), Amirsoy (Republic of Uzbekistan) and Rosa Khutor (Russian Federation) agreed to create a Eurasian Alliance of mountain resorts (EAGC).
These days, a delegation of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia under the Government of Indonesia is in Uzbekistan to discuss prospects for the development of bilateral cooperation, exchange of experience in the field of tourism between Uzbekistan and Indonesia.