Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Tashkent is situated right on Navoi Street, adjacent to the prestigious National Library. Here, you’ll find shopping, dining, and local attractions throughout its reach. As you venture through Tashkent, visit top beautiful mosques, bustling bazaars, and fascinating museums. In such an interesting city, you’ll never be at a loss for things to do.

Hyatt Regency Tashkent

Navoi Street, 1 A
Tashkent, Uzbekistan



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Khast Imam Mosque
Khast Imam Complex Tashkent

​Independence Square

Walk from the hotel to the most attractive and largest square of Tashkent City. With several monuments and fountains, surrounded by public buildings and filled with trees and flowers, the Independence Square is a showcase of modern Uzbekistan.

​Tashkents Museum of Applied Arts

Visit and enjoy the collection of the best pieces of applied art of Uzbekistan, including handmade embroidery, skull-caps (tyubeteyka), jewelry, carpets and other examples of craftsmanship of the beginning of the 19th century to present day.

​Hast Imam Complex

Take a walk to Hast Imam Square (Hazrati Imam), a religious center of Tashkent. There you can find quite a few architectural monuments. The complex has a huge library with a collection of historic books, one of which is the world’s oldest Koran.

​Minor Mosque

Minor mosque differs from old brick mosques with its white marble finishing. It shines under the clear sky and its turquoise dome seems to be vanishing in the sky. The mosque can accommodate over 2400 people.

Amir Temur Square

Central to the modern city, Amir Timur Square is a lush, green space with plenty of flowers and fountains. Roads radiate from here to the north, east and south of Tashkent, and the city's most important buildings, both political and cultural, are concentrated on the square and in the immediate vicinity.

Broadway Alley

Sayilgokh Street in Tashkent is better known by its nickname, Broadway Alley. The pedestrian thoroughfare connects two of the capital’s key attractions: Amir Timur Square, where the Amir Timur Museum is appropriately located, and Independence Square, Tashkent’s grandest park.

Amir Temur Museum

Museum of the History of Timurids (also called Amir Timur Museum) was established in Tashkent in 2006. Today it is an important landmark in the city. The grandiose building of the Amir Timur Museum is an example of refine architecture, in the style of the oriental architecture: a round building is topped by a huge blue dome. The entire perimeter of the building is decorated with graceful columns, they look like supporting the roof. The museum’s windows are in the form of the arched niches.

Alisher Navoi Theatre & Opera

Designed by Alexey Shchusev, the building of the theater was built in 1942-1947 and was opened to the public in November, 1947, celebrating the 500th anniversary of the birth of Alisher Navoi, the greatest representative of Chagatai literature. During 1945–47, the Japanese prisoners of war participated in the building construction under forced labor.

Square of Memory

The Square of Memory is located on the main town square called Mustakillik (Independence). The main object on the square is the monument of the grieving mother, erected here in 1999 in memory of more than 400 thousand Uzbek soldiers who gave their lives in World War II. Their names are forever sealed with gold letters in the so-called "Book of Memory".

Yangi Oʻzbekiston

Yangi Oʻzbekiston is a major park in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. One of the largest parks in the country, it was established on occasion of the 30th anniversary of Uzbekistan's independence. The park was originally built on a 104 hectare territory in Qibray District of Tashkent Region, which is adjacent to Tashkent City. Once the park was completed, the park became part of Mirzo Ulugbek District of Tashkent, thereby increasing the area of the city.


Minor Mosque
Minor Mosque Hyatt

Chorsu Bazaar

5,6 km
On counters of this oriental bazaar, you will find it all: from fresh and dried fruits to local bread and other national delicacies. Discover craft shops, where masters of applied art sell hand-made souvenirs. Taste amber yellow pilaf, fragrant shashlyk, and hot shurpa soup

Podium Italia Luxury Boutique

2.3 KM
All you need to become a true fashionista is located in the heart of the capital and is called Podium Italia. This name is well known in Tashkent. Our boutiques have provided the most significant collections of the world famous couturiers to the most demanding customers over the years.

Alayskiy Bazaar

Located in the center of Tashkent, Alayskiy Bazaar (Oloy Bozori) was set up 150 years ago in the New Town. It is the most up-to-date, equipped and advanced bazaar in the city. Standing under the huge shelter, the bazaar's rows of stalls stretch as far as the eye can see. At this bazaar only first-class produce is on offer. Alayskiy Bazaar deals almost exclusively in choice fruit and vegetables.