Lonely Planet review
Cheap prices, filling breakfasts and an Old Town location make this friendly, family-run B&B a hit with backpackers. The rooms are nothing to write home about but the Soviet-style single beds are comfortable enough. It's hard to find; from Chorsu Bazaar head west on Beruni and take a right after 400m on the first real street, Usmon Khojaev (Azad). It's about 150m to the guesthouse on the left.
Our independent authors have visited Gulnara Guesthouse and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tashkent.
Interesting places nearby
Tashkent's most famous farmers market, topped by a giant green dome, is a delightful slice of city life spilling into the streets off...
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There are a couple of places to go bowling, including Yulduz Bowling Alley and Uz Bowling .
Tashkent State Conservatory
Chamber concerts, Uzbek and Western vocal and instrumental recitals in an impressive new edifice. Entrance is around the back.