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An Islamic republic on the Arabian Gulf, Iran is an ancient land famed for its scenic beauty and cultural heritage. The country is home to historical sites dating to the Persian Empire. Visitors will find here glorious architecture spanning several centuries, plenty of mosques, gardens, tombs, palaces, and bridges. The country is home to multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely, Golestan Palace, Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran, Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex, Shahr-i Sokhta, Sheikh Safi al-din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble, Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System, Takht-e Soleyman, Tchogha Zanbil, Persian Garden, Persian Qanat, and many more. History buffs can explore the historic cities of Bisotun, Yazd, Pasargadae, Persepolis, Shiraz, Mashhad, and Soltaniyeh. The country offers an array of natural features and boasts distinctive scenic landscapes. Top natural wonders in Iran are Badab-e Surt, Mount Damavand, Dasht-e-Lut (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Lake Urmia, Turkmen Sahra, Margoon Waterfall, and Qeshm. The country is home to several cultural institutions and hosts popular festivals such as Tehran Contemporary Music Festival, Fajr International Music Festival, Chaharshanbe Suri (Persian Festival of Fire), Nowruz (Persian New Year), Kashan Rose Water Festival, Mehregarn, and Yalda Festival.
Popular Destinations in Iran
The capital of Iran, Tehran is an active cosmopolitan located at the base
of the imposing Alborz Mountain Range. This city is known for its rich
cultural beauty, religious monuments, leafy parks, excellent cafes, lush
restaurants and above all, friendly people. While here, visitors must
indulge themselves and unwind at the city’s traditional teahouses. In the
process of exploring this majestic city, visitors undertake a journey of
more than 250 years of Iranian history. The city is replete with landmarks
such as Golestan Palace, Milad Tower, Sa'dabad Complex, National Garden,
Azadi Tower, Niavaran Complex, Shah-Abdol-Azim shrine, National Botanical
Garden of Iran, Tughrul Tower, Shamsol Emareh, and Tehran Bazaar.
Former capital of Persia, Isfahan is located at a distance of around 340
kilometers south of Tehran, in central Iran. The historic city is the
capital of the Isfahan Province today. Historically, Isfahan has been
famous for its fine Persian carpets and silver filigree. Isfahan is the
touristic hub of Iran and considered one of the most beautiful cities in
Middle east. The city is replete with architectural marvels and artistic
heritage. Naqsh-e-Jahan, the central square, is a UNESCO World Heritage
Site. Major landmarks in Isfahan are Chehel Sotoun, Ali Qapu Palace, Shah
Mosque, Jameh Mosque of Isfahan, Vank Cathedral, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque,
Hasht Behesht, Hakim Mosque, Menar Jonban, Fire temple of Isfahan, Grand
Bazaar, Qeysarie Bazaar, Ali Gholi Agha hammam, and Natural History Museum
The capital of Fars Province in Iran, Shiraz is located in the southwest
part of the country on the 'Roodkhaneye Khoshk' seasonal river. Cultural
heartland of Persia, the city is renowned throughout the country as a city
of poets. Two of the nation's greatest poets, Hafez and Saadi, were born
here. The city is set in the parched hills of the dry Fars region and its
natives have managed to nurture some lovely public parks. Shiraz is the
former capital of Iran and was an important city in the medieval Islamic
world. Shiraz is also steeped in rich history. The city is lined with
various stunning mosques, beautiful gardens, and more. Major landmarks of
Shiraz include Tomb of Hafez, Nasir-ol-molk Mosque, Vakil Mosque, Qavam
House, Arg of Karim Khan, Quran Gate, Tomb of Saadi, Atigh Jame’ Mosque,
Delgosha Garden, Zinat Al-Molk House, Manteghi Nezhad Historical House,
Saraye Moshir, Shapouri House, Khwaju Kermani Tomb, and Qasre Abunasr.
Best Time to Visit Iran
The best time to take Iran flights is during Spring (from March to May) and Autumn (from September and October when the weather is pleasant. For those who prefer the cold weather and wish to get economical flights, November is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Iran.
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