Tashkent Metro is very convenient and economical means to explore whole Tashkent. One can buy a coin for 800/- Soum for traveling to any station at one time.
For a very low cost, you can hop on and ride. The stations on the line we took (the blue line) were all different, all interesting, and well worth seeing. Also, a good way to get across this big city.
Try to make a detour from all the sight seeing and visit the metro subway. It is ornate and so clean. Remember - no photography allowed - you will be arrested and your memory card destroyed.
metro is ok, but just to see this 'sight' is not particularly of interest; ok, you've seen it, but then???
Its been compared to the Moscow Metro, but on a much smaller basis. Trains run very efficiently and it has a safer feel to it than London underground.
Incredible stations, each with their own different decoration. Even if you don't want to go anywhere, it is still worth going in a loop to see each station. Cheap and regular service.
It was a wonderful place. when I went down stairs I did not expect anything like that. It was cheap and easy to use. But the enterance of subway station, the police checked my bag. I was annoyed. That is their rule. Also taking photo is prohibition. I really do not understand. But the station is so beautiful ang huge.... More
The cleanest, least bust metro system you are ever likely to see. But if you want to record this with a photograph, you are wasting your time as all photography is banned as we found out. One of the omnipresent police force was there within seconds of me taking a picture. Before I knew it, he had deleted all images... More
Like the Moscow subway with lovely art and polished glass columns. Not a single bit of graffiti anywhere. Police on duty at every platform. A young boy of about 5 stood up as soon as I got on and motioned for me to take his place. Love the Uzbeks
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