Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan, is a vibrant metropolis with a rich cultural heritage, and a mix of modern and traditional architecture. As the largest city in Central Asia, Tashkent is a hub for business, tourism, and cultural exchange. If you are planning a trip to Tashkent and are wondering how to get from Tashkent Airport to the city centre; there are a few transportation options available.
One of the quickest and most convenient options is to take a taxi. Taxis from Tashkent Airport to the city centre are readily available outside the airport terminal and usually cost around €2 (SOM 25,000) for a 15-minute trip from the airport to the city centre. Despite the relatively low prices, it is still recommended to book your airport taxi in Tashkent in advance to ensure an on-time pickup with door-to-door service and avoid any hidden fees.
Another option is to take a public bus, which is the cheapest transportation option available. The airport is well-connected to the city centre by public transport, and you can find a bus stop outside the airport terminal. The bus fare is very affordable, costing around €0.20 (SOM 2,500) per person and taking approximately 35 minutes. However, it is important to note that public buses in Tashkent can be crowded and they may not be the most comfortable option if you have a lot of luggage.
Regardless of your transportation choice, the journey from Tashkent Airport to your city hotel is easy and will give you a taste of the bustling city life and vibrant culture that Tashkent has to offer.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Tashkent at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.