Kazakhstan is the biggest country in Central Asia. It stretches from the Caspian Sea in the West to the Altai Mountains, on the Eastern border with China and Russia. The ninth largest country in the world is the most economically advanced of the “stans”, thanks to its abundant reserves of oil and valuable minerals. This naturally means that the destination is generally endowed with better standards of accommodation, restaurants, and transport than anywhere else in Central Asia.
There is an increasing number of tourists in Kazakhstan and almost all of them report that they feel very safe in the country. The locals are mostly very welcoming and generous with the foreigners who visit their country.
If you have plans to visit Kazakhstan but do not know where to start, we leave you here with a list of 10 places not to be missed on your visit.