On 13 December, the shooting of the tourist TV show "The World’s Dangerous Roads" by the world famous TV company Warner Brothers ended with a solemn finish in Samarkand.
On 15 December, a seminar for hoteliers and hotel managers was held in Tashkent. The event was organized by the Academy of Hospitality with the support of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, which will become a reliable partner for hoteliers and restaurateurs in training, selection and placement of personnel at their enterprises.
If we proceed from the analysis of the data on the distribution of citizens of the Republic of Uzbekistan by age who left in January-September 2021, we can conclude that their main share was made up of persons aged 31-55 years - 653.8 thousand, 19-30 years - 468.0 thousand, 56 years and older - 187.6 thousand, 0-18 years - 136.7 thousand people.
In the city of Madrid, a delegation from Samarkand region discussed with the ambassadors and ministers of 23 states the development of cooperation in the field of tourism.
The General Assembly of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) will be held in Uzbekistan for the first time.
According to the State Statistics Committee, the bulk of Uzbek citizens who left the country for tourism from January to September 2021 pursued the goal of visiting relatives outside the state - 72.1%, the rest went to rest and to spend time with good use (leisure) - 16.4%, left to study - 9.7%, to receive treatment - 1.1%, and due to business necessity - 0.7%.
Today, on 26 November 2021, the Uzbek-Korean symposium on the topic “Sustainable management of cultural heritage in Uzbekistan” began its work at the International University of Tourism and Cultural Heritage "Silk Road" in Samarkand.
Training for 22 tourist guides from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan will take place in Samarkand, Uzbekistan from November 22-26, 2021. The event is held within the framework of the project "Silk Road Heritage Corridors in Afghanistan, Central Asia and Iran - International Dimension of the European Year of Cultural Heritage" implemented by UNESCO with the financial support of the European Union.
On 17 November 2021, a tourism forum was held between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation in the format of video conference within the framework of the Second Forum of Uzbek-Russian Interregional Cooperation.