The international airport named after Islam Karimov is an airport in Tashkent. There are exchange offices, bars, restaurants and duty-free shops. Buses travel from the airport to the city center every 5-10 minutes, the journey time is 15-20 minutes. Taxi is easily accessible. You can also use the Transfer service from / to the airport provided by the Uzbekistan Pass.
"Uzbekistan Havo Yullari" NAC provides internal flights to almost all large cities of the country.
There is a public transport in Uzbekistan in the form of buses, shuttles, metro and trams.
There is a metro in Tashkent and each station is unique in its way of finishing. It is the only underground in Central Asia. The metropolitan of Tashkent has 3 lines: Chilanzar, Uzbekistan, Yunusabad. There are 12 stations on the Chilanzar line, 11 stations on the Uzbek station, and 6 stations on the Yunusabad line.
Buses have own route in each city. Some buses have Wi-Fi network.
Railway tours have several directions: Tashkent-Bukhara, Tashkent-Urgench, Tashkent-Andijan, Tashkent-Termez. Stops are made in the smaller towns between the mentioned cities. There are quick comfortable express trains Afrosiab to Samarkand and Bukhara engineered by the Talgo Spanish company.
Taxi in the cities of Uzbekistan is relatively cheap. Private export is developed in Uzbekistan. Regarding private taxi drivers, you should bargain with them in advance and agree on a price.
In addition, there are a number of taxi companies on call. Tariffs for the trip are different. There are luxury cars as well as economy class cars. The cost is charged according to the kilometer including the class of the car you have chosen.
Intercity taxi. Such taxi has a tariffication of the price from point "A" to point "B" for one passenger seat.