Sharq Train

Sharq is an Uzbekistan Railways classic and connects the country's largest cities - Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara. Below is a detailed train schedule and a description of its wagons.

Sharq Train: 10
09:06 Tashkent 3h 19m 12:25 Samarkand Daily Book
Sharq Train: 10
09:06 Tashkent 5h 52m 14:58 Bukhara Daily Book
Sharq Train: 10
09:06 Tashkent 4h 50m 13:56 Navoi Daily Book
Sharq Train: 10
12:35 Samarkand 2h 23m 14:58 Bukhara Daily Book
Sharq Train: 10
12:44 Samarkand 1h 20m 14:04 Navoi Daily Book
Sharq Train: 10
14:09 Navoi 1h 15:09 Bukhara Daily Book
Sharq Train: 9
16:08 Bukhara 6h 9m 22:17 Tashkent Daily Book
Sharq Train: 9
16:08 Bukhara 2h 26m 18:34 Samarkand Daily Book
Sharq Train: 9
16:08 Bukhara 1h 1m 17:09 Navoi Daily Book
Sharq Train: 9
17:14 Navoi 5h 3m 22:17 Tashkent Daily Book
Sharq Train: 9
17:14 Navoi 1h 20m 18:34 Samarkand Daily Book
Sharq Train: 9
18:46 Samarkand 3h 31m 22:17 Tashkent Daily Book

Please arrive 30 min before departure to allow sufficient time for security procedures.


Sharq Train
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The Sharq is one of the main types of train operated by Uzbekistan Railways. It makes regular journeys on the Tashkent-Samarkand-Bukhara route, travelling at a speed of up to 140km/h.

Sharq train carriages and classes:

  • 1 sleeping carriage (Spalniy Vagon, SV)
    This contains nine 2-bed compartments
  • 3 first-class carriages with 36 seats per carriage
    Each carriage is made up of separate compartments for 3 or 6 people. Each compartment has a table and a TV
  • 5 second-class carriages
    These are open plan areas with rows of seats (56 seats per carriage)
  • 1 restaurant carriage (snack bar)