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Uzbekistan Travel News: Namangan Flower Festival looking forward to a May Event in Uzbekistan

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Namangan Flower Festival in Uzbekistan
Condé Nast and Travel + Leisure award winning Central Asia Travel Experts, Silk Road Treasure Tours together with the Uzbekistan Ministry of Tourism announce new dates for the May 2021 Namangan Flower festival.

NEW YORK - EntSun -- Held in one of the most spectacular regions of Uzbekistan in the lush Fergana Valley, this colorful festival will take place in Namangan's Babur Park from May 24th to 31st. Every year since 1961 the "City of Flowers" in Uzbekistan welcomes thousands of local and international visitors, flower enthusiasts, and travel writers. Hundreds of florists, floral designers, gardeners, craftsmen, and entrepreneurs from Namangan region  showcase their extraordinary talents. This year more than 10 million saplings will be planted in Namangan itself!

The Namangan Tourism Department of Uzbektourism is working closely with global industry professionals to make this a memorable event for everyone and expresses its gratitude to many organizations for their contribution. One of the most scenic destinations in Uzbekistan, Namangan boasts an ancient history, warm hospitality and gorgeous gardens. The Flower Parade will feature lavishly decorated vehicles winding their way through the city streets to Bobur Park, where landscaped displays and evening illuminations delight guests.

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Uzbekistan is welcoming travelers once again for exploration, relaxation and adventure through legendary Silk Road cities like Kokand, Khiva, Tashkent, Bukhara and Samarkand. Create your own tour to include festive opportunities throughout the year at the Silk and Spice festival, the Music and Dance Festival, and the Harvest or Melon festivals.

Come to Namangan, for Uzbekistan's most beautiful spring flower festival.
Silk Road Treasure Tours specializes in custom private and group tours to Central Asia Stan countries and the most fascinating destinations of the Silk Road that have inspired imaginations for centuries, including: Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan.

Silk Road Treasure Tours' founder, Zulya Rajabova, is a Condé Nast Traveler Top Travel Specialist for Central Asia   A-list Travel advisor for Travel+Leisure

For more information about Ms. Rajabova and Silk Road Treasure Tours, visit:
our website www.silkroadtreasuretours.com

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Zulya Rajabova
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Source: Silk Road Treasure Tours, Namangan Tourism
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