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Kolkata to Uzbekistan Flights

IndiGo
6E2415, 6E1805
CCU
22:30
Thu, 18 Jul
Kolkata
TAS
00:10
Sat, 20 Jul
Tashkent
25hr 40min
1 stop
17880
17130
IndiGo
6E493, 6E1805
CCU
19:30
Thu, 18 Jul
Kolkata
TAS
00:10
Sat, 20 Jul
Tashkent
28hr 39min
1 stop
17880
17130
IndiGo
6E2198, 6E1805
CCU
21:00
Thu, 18 Jul
Kolkata
TAS
00:10
Sat, 20 Jul
Tashkent
27hr 9min
1 stop
17880
17130
flydubai
FZ462, FZ1941
CCU
01:30
Thu, 18 Jul
Kolkata
TAS
03:15
Fri, 19 Jul
Tashkent
25hr 45min
1 stop
44626
43876
flydubai
FZ462, FZ1945
CCU
01:30
Thu, 18 Jul
Kolkata
TAS
17:00
Thu, 18 Jul
Tashkent
15hr 30min
1 stop
44626
43876
Price last updated at 02:30:28   17 Jul 2024
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Kolkata to Uzbekistan Flight Information

Shortest Duration 05 Hours
Kolkata to Uzbekistan Lowest Flight Ticket Price ₹17880
Lowest Price Date 26th Jul
Direct Flight Option NA

Places to Visit in Uzbekistan

If you're planning a trip from Kolkata to Uzbekistan, there are several amazing places you must explore in this beautiful country. From historic cities to breathtaking landscapes, Uzbekistan offers a unique blend of culture and history. Book your flight from ixigo here and get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey.

Tashkent

Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan, is a bustling metropolis that blends modernity with ancient charm. Here are some must-visit attractions in Tashkent:

Chorsu Bazaar

Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the Chorsu Bazaar, where you can find a wide range of local produce, spices, and traditional crafts. The bazaar is located in the heart of the city and is easily accessible from the airport or the city center.

Amir Timur Museum

Step into history at the Amir Timur Museum, dedicated to the famous Uzbek conqueror. Explore the exhibits showcasing artifacts, paintings, and sculptures from the Timurid dynasty. The museum is open from 10 am to 5 pm, and the entry fee is 15,000 Uzbekistani Som (approximately INR 120).

Samarkand

Samarkand is a city known for its stunning Islamic architecture and historical significance. Here are some attractions you shouldn't miss in Samarkand:

Registan Square

Marvel at the grandeur of Registan Square, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Admire the intricate mosaic work and turquoise domes of three madrasahs (Islamic schools) dating back to the 15th and 17th centuries. Registan Square is located about 7 km from the airport and can be reached within a short drive.

Gur-e-Amir Mausoleum

Visit the Gur-e-Amir Mausoleum, the final resting place of the famous conqueror, Amir Timur. Admire the stunning blue and gold mosaic decorations and the intricate carved wooden doors. The mausoleum is open from 9 am to 6 pm, and the entrance fee is 20,000 Uzbekistani Som (approximately INR 160).

Bukhara

Bukhara, another historical gem of Uzbekistan, is a city that will transport you back in time. Here are two must-visit attractions in Bukhara:

Kalon Minaret

Admire the beauty of Kalon Minaret, a towering masterpiece of Islamic architecture. Marvel at the intricate geometric patterns and delicate turquoise decorations. The minaret is located in the heart of the city and is easily accessible from the airport or the city center.

Ark of Bukhara

Explore the ancient fortress of Ark of Bukhara, which dates back to the 5th century. Discover the fascinating history of this fortress and enjoy panoramic views of Bukhara from the top. The Ark of Bukhara is open from 9 am to 6 pm, and the entrance fee is 40,000 Uzbekistani Som (approximately INR 320).

Best Time to Visit Uzbekistan

The best time to visit Uzbekistan is from April to June and September to November when the weather is pleasant and the landscapes are at their most beautiful. Avoid visiting during the summer months (July and August) when temperatures can get extremely hot. During winter (December to February), the temperatures can drop below freezing, so be prepared if you plan to visit during this time.

Applying for a Visa

If you're an Indian traveler planning to visit Uzbekistan, you'll need to apply for a visa. Here's how you can do it:

  1. Visit the official website of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in India to download the visa application form.
  2. Submit the completed application form along with the required documents, including a valid passport, passport-sized photographs, and proof of travel arrangements.
  3. Pay the visa fee as per the current regulations.
  4. Once approved, you can collect your visa from the Embassy of Uzbekistan in India or opt for visa-on-arrival, depending on the type of visa you have applied for.

Baggage Allowance for Uzbekistan Flights

The baggage allowance for Uzbekistan flights may vary depending on the airline and the class of travel. As a general guideline, most airlines allow passengers to carry one piece of cabin baggage weighing up to 7 kg and check-in baggage of up to 23 kg for economy class. However, we recommend checking the specific baggage rules of your chosen airline before you fly.

Travel Documents Required

When traveling from Kolkata to Uzbekistan, you'll need the following travel documents:

  • A valid passport with a minimum validity of six months from the date of entry into Uzbekistan.
  • A valid Uzbekistan visa.
  • Proof of return or onward travel.
  • Proof of accommodation in Uzbekistan.
  • Travel insurance with coverage for medical expenses and emergency evacuation.
  • Proof of sufficient funds to cover your stay in Uzbekistan.

Book your flight from Kolkata to Uzbekistan now with ixigo and get ready to experience the rich heritage and culture of this fascinating country. Book your flight with ixigo here and create memories that will last a lifetime.