Andijan is a city in the Ferghana Valley, Uzbekistan.
AvtovakzalMost taxis to other other cities will depart from a large parking lot near the Yangi Bozor area that is referred to locally as the "Avtovokzal". Groups of taxi drivers going to the same city will stand in one area calling out for passengers. There are also buses and "Damas" minibuses travelling between cities at cheaper prices, but they might not have storage room for luggage. Drivers will usually drop you off at whatever spot you ask them to in the destination city. The average rates to different destinations are as follows:
- To Tashkent - 70,000-85,000 so'm (Oct 2019)
- To Fergana - 20,000-25,000 so'm (Oct 2019)
- To Kokand - 30,000-35,000 so'm (Oct 2019)
- Krasnoyarsk on Wed,
- Moscow Domodedovo International Airport on Tue, Thu and Sat,
- Novosibirsk on Mon,
- Tashkent on Tue, Thu, Sat and Mon (Summer Timetable 2010).
By busYou can get to Andijan from any other city of Ferghana Valley by taxies or minibuses. The main bus station is close to the . There is now a train service connecting Andijan with Tashkent, avoiding Tajikistan.
Babur Literary Museum
Much of what took place at that time in Andijan may never be fully known. The government of Uzbekistan has refused demands from the west for an impartial investigation and, in fact, has intimated that the "extremists" who triggered the event were financed by the West.
Andijan is accessible for tourists as any other place in Ferghana Valley. The only special precautions would be not discussing the events of 2005 and respect the religion, as Ferghana Valley. especially Andijan, is the islamic region. Dressing should be modest.