Fly with us, from Kazakhstan to one of the oldest cities in the world – Samarkand (SKD). The flight to Samarkand is made by comfortable Airbus 320, at low fares.
Samarkand one of the oldest cities of mankind, existing for almost three millennia. The city was founded on the Great Silk Road and was the capital of many states, including well-known empires. Today Samarkand is a place where ancient relics are carefully stored. The entire city is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List due to its preserved material and spiritual heritage. Architectural monuments, the heritage of scientific and art schools, centers of cultural crafts - all these make up the historical heritage of Samarkand.
We offer an extensive route network, which makes it possible to find a suitable connecting flight from your city to Samarkand.
To buy a ticket directly and without intermediary fees, we recommend downloading the FlyArystan app for iOS and Android smartphones or the official website. By traveling with us, you save on airfare, which can be a significant part of your expenses. Our passengers themselves form the final cost of the flight, selecting the entire list of necessary services.
We recommend booking round trip tickets in advance. This will make your trip even more profitable.
Don't know what to do in Samarkand? We prepared our mini-guide just for you.
The cost of a taxi will pleasantly surprise any tourist. Here, prices within the city can reach a maximum of 10,000 soums, and from the airport to the city and back, the cost can be up to 20,000 soums. Yandex taxi or local taxi services - use a taximeter.
Apps required to download
Maps.me is a navigator for any city in Uzbekistan.
Railway.uz - for the purchase of intercity train tickets (Samarkand-Tashkent, Samarkand-Bukhara, Khiva. Ticket prices vary
You can easily and quickly get from Samarkand to Tashkent and Bukhara by high-speed trains. It's 2-3 hours faster than by car
Hotels, hostels can be found on booking.com. Try to choose a hotel in the center of Samarkand, close to places of interest like the Registan or Shakhi Zinda. So everything will be within walking distance and convenient for tourists to capture a photo at sunrise or sunset J
In Uzbekistan, the currency is the Uzbek sum. Establishments accept cards, but we recommend that you always have local cash with you to pay for taxis and when buying goods in a store or market. In cities like Bukhara, cash is a priority and cards are accepted only in rare cases and places.
Please familiarize yourself with the rules for entering Uzbekistan by following the link in advance.