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Shiraz attractions
Shiraz can be called the most important city of Iran in the field of tourism. The old town, with its unique historical, literary, and atmospheric weather, is well-placed to host tourists even in the cold season. There are so many attractions in the city that all of them are … Read More

The island of Hormuz is 30 minutes away by boat, and the city of Hormozgan is in danger. When it reaches the coastal strip and the captain drives the motor boat into a mysterious silence, Hormuz is located in Hormozgan province and at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz, … Read More

cases in Iran that are strange for foreign touristsA Canadian tourist wrote about the attractions and problems of tourism in Iran and shared his interesting experiences in traveling to Iran.
The experience of many countries has shown that attracting foreign tourists is one of the most important requirements for sustainable development. … Read More

Top Destinations for Iran TravelIf you do not specify your destination for the summer season, we will offer you these sights.
There are countless options available for summer trips to Iran. You can travel to Tehran, Kashan, Isfahan and Shiraz. On the path to art and civilization, which gives you dozens … Read More

Isfahan is one of the best and most beautiful and tidiest cities of Iran. It is called “half-of-the-world” by many people due to its uniqueness and grandeur. It is hardly visually appealing rivaled by other cities of Iran. It is a live museum of artisans and handicraftsmen with its historic … Read More

Noorooz in iran is coming soon

Naghsh-e Jahan Square (Design of the world) officially known as Imam Square, situated at the center of Isfahan city, Iran. It is an important historical site and one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. The square is surrounded by buildings … Read More

The oldest of the historic monuments in Tehran, the Golestan Palace (Palace of Flowers) belongs to a group of royal buildings that were once enclosed within the mud-thatched walls of Tehran’s Historic Arg (citadel).
The Arg was built during the … Read More

Persepolis, literally meaning “city of Persians”, was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire. Persepolis is situated 60 km northeast of the city of Shiraz in Fars Province in Iran. … Read More

Two Iranian cities, Rasht and Isfahan, were announced as new members of the Creative Cities Network of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Isfahan was announced as creative city in the field of Crafts and Folk Art and Rasht was added to the list as the creative city … Read More

The subject of known of Iranian hospitality could be the key point for the mental security of anybody visiting Iran.

Any need automatically would be helped by the people on the street. As the way that the tourist is not only tourist but they are the guest as well this is … Read More

The Persian carpet is an integral part of Persian culture and history. Today it is crystal clear that Persia is the origin of carpet and carpet weaving in the world.  Since ancient Persia carpet weaving was not only a marvelous art but also a perfect way to make a living. … Read More

No matter it is Spring, summer, fall or winter ;The generous and artist land of Ghalat always welcomes its visitors warmly and provide them with jaw-dropping scenes .Ghalat is actually a complex of woods, old village, waterfall and what ever of nature is your favorate can be found there … Read More

A visit to Iran yields a stunning variety of culinary delights. Between the familiar kebab and the decidedly outré grilled lamb’s testicles, there’s a vast spectrum of foods: caviar, pickle, and smoked fish in the north; samosas, falafel and hot and sour shrimp in the south; noodles, flatbread and rosewater-scented … Read More

History of food in Iran
Since the beginning of human civilization to present-day Iran, a series of peoples has invaded the region, exposing the area to new customs, beliefs, ideas, and foods, as well as bringing Iranian customs and foods back to their own home countries. The ancient Babylonians, Assyrians, Persians, Greeks, Romans, … Read More


Abyaneh is a beautiful historic village at the foot of Karkass mountain 70 km to the southeast of Kashan and 40 km to Natanz. This is a village of living traditions,architectural styles (all in red clay), and probably the most interesting example of human adaptation to nature, wherein one can … Read More

Saryazd and Kharaanagh Villages in Yazd Province

Saryazd Village

Being one of the magnificent historic villages in Iran’s central desert region, Saryazd village is located 6 km North East of the city of Mehriz, 28 km South West of Yazd city. Saryazd village is surrounded by a number of mountains on the … Read More

The first question people asked me when I told them I was visiting Iran was “why?”The second was “Is it safe to visit Iran?”. Let me tell you right from the start – yes, it is safe for Americans and women to visit Iran. (but bring your head scarf).

I spent fifteen days in … Read More

“The Armenians, the Turks and the Greeks all claim to have invented Turkish coffee.”

“So who was it, really?” I ask.

“The Armenians of course!” he retorts loudly, his eyeballs popping out, as if shocked that I would even ponder the question.

Meet the owner of Lord Confectionary in Villa Street, downtown Tehran, … Read More


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