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You can get your visa at any Turkmen consulate in the world. Currently there is only one embassy in Uzbekistan, the address: Uzbekistan, Tashkent Telephone: +998 (71) 1205278,9 Fax: +998 (71) 1205281 Address: 1 Bol. Mirabadskaya 10 700090 Tashkent For stays of up to 10 days you can (possibly - see edit) get your visa on arrival at the Ashgabat airport. ...


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A great resource for this can be found at Visa requirements for Chinese citizens (Wikipedia has a page like this for every country). On this page, you can see that although Chinese citizens do not need a visa for Azerbaijan to visit up to 30 days, a visa is required for all the other countries on your proposed itinerary. Similarly, you can find additional ...


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I ended up applying for the visa at the embassy in Tehran and picked it up 7 days later in Mashhad. A few points: it was not ready after six days it wasn't even ready on the morning of the 7th day, but after some phone calls from the guy at the consulate to Ashgabat, it was ready in the afternoon of the 7th day. You pay when picking up the visa, in my case ...


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Not really. For example, Uzbekistan has a 2x72hr transit visa, but that really doesn't give you time to do much at all. You need to get a tourist visa, and a Letter of Invitation. It's probably the hardest one to get (although Kazakhstan took me a long time when I was in St Petersburg). The 'best' resource online for this at present is probably ...


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Wikitravel has a section on how to get there from Iran: To get to Ashgabat from Mashhad, it seems like the simplest option is: Take a bus to Quchan: every 2 hours from 6.30AM. Cost: 8000 rial. Duration: 2h30. From Quchan, take a private taxi to Bajgiran (village at the border). Cost: 60,000 rial for 2, or less if you can. Duration: about 1h. ...



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