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To rate the TV tower as average is probably unfair as it is the tallest in Central Asia and from many parts of Tashkent it is very obvious, but it is just a TV tower and is now only the 8th tallest tower in the...More
Tashkent T.V tower at 375 meter(1230 Ft) high is the eleventh tallest tower in the World and which belongs to the World Federation of Great Towers.There is a tourist observation deck at 97 meters ( 318 ft) and on payment of 40,000 Sum tourists can...More
Thanks to a review at Tripadvisor I was prepared for the procedure how to get the ticket (40,000 Soms for foreigners) and go through the security check, anyway, it provides jobs for several persons. In lieu of a passport my ID card was readibly accepted....More
There is not much positive to say about the TV tower. Yes, it is Tashkent’s landmark and perhaps worth seeing from the outside, but the tower tour is waste of money. You hand over your passport to security on 1st checkpoint, pay on a 2nd...More
Bit of a trek from town the metro can get you fairly close.
Make sure you have identity, the hotel had our passports but our drivers licenses were good enough.
The cost of going up is high and you are only able to ascend about...More
They open at 10am, and we were one of the first people here. The location has lockers for your bags, as you can't take them up. The lockers are large enough for a good sized backpack. After buying your ticket - do bring your passport...More
A functional tower of great beauty and aesthetics, the TV tower is visible from almost everywhere in CBD.
The color combination is the essence of Uzbekistan... Green and Blue
Will remind you of another beauty... the Shanghai TV tower
Due to security restrictions, reaching the...More
Being built in eighties it is the tallest building in Central Asia. It’s got three legs standing on independent concrete pillows, which was done to minimize the affects of the regular earthquakes in Tashkent. A view from the restaurant on the tower is brilliant. Try...More