Tastes and scents are some of the greatest memories you bring with you in your lifetime. Iranian saffron with its unique taste, color, and the scent reminds you of the country. Traveling to Iran, you would understand that many Persian cuisines, desserts, and even beverages owe their mesmerizing taste to the Persian saffron.
Here you can find some of the best hotels in Tabriz. Tabriz houses several attractions including Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex and Azerbaijan Museum. It also has Blue Mosque, Poets’ Mausoleum, and El Goli Park.
Tabriz is the city of first ones for most Iranians. Since the city hosts the first printing house, university, municipality, and the first Iranian kindergarten for deaf children.
Welcome to Yazd city! In Yazd, you can walk, see and enjoy the mud-brick architecture of Iranian desert cities. Hence, the historical structure of Yazd is on the UNESCO list of world heritage sites.
In fact, the earth architecture of the city is a clever solution for centuries to deal with the desert environment and climate. So Yazd attractions are mostly related to its architecture.
Many travelers who dream of traveling Iran are worried about the U.S. travel ban after visiting Iran! But what is the truth? Is there any problem to have Iran stamp on your passport? How should a traveler deal with it?
The problem started when In 2015 the USA changed the guidelines for its Visa Waiver program (WVP), commonly referred to as ESTA (the online application for a visa waiver available to most European, UK and some other nationals) and stipulated that visitors who had been to any of Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, or Yemen would no longer be eligible for a visa waiver or ESTA under new anti-terrorism principles.
The residence of crown princes of Qajar (1789-1925) until 1925, has a lot to offer you! The Tabriz attractions include Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex, Azerbaijan Museum, Blue Mosque, Poets’ Mausoleum, Elgoli Park, and Shahriar House Museums.
Tabriz is the city of first ones for most Iranians. Since the city hosts the first printing house, university, municipality, cinema hall, and the first Iranian kindergarten for deaf children.’
In the past, any carpet made in Asia or the Middle East (including China, India, Egypt, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran) was considered Oriental. Persian carpets are traditionally made in the Middle East, specifically Iran, which was formerly known as Persia. That means Persian rugs are a subset of Oriental rugs.
Each Persian rug is hand-knotted by skilled craftspeople, so no two are the same. And as they’re made of wool, they’re naturally hardwearing and resistant to dirt. Check out this article to know more.
Citizens of most countries can get a visa on arrival in Iran. In fact, all citizens can get Iran VOA except citizens of Canada, United Kingdom, United States, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, Jordan, Pakistan, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Scotland and Somalia. In this case, you need a visa pre-arrival from an Iranian embassy or consulate.
Qeshm Island of Iran is the land of wonders. You can visit several natural attractions and beauty.
The culture of the locals in Qeshm Island of Persian Gulf is another attraction that you should not miss! Besides, there are Hengam Island and Hormuz Island near Qeshm. You can find scenic beauty in these islands as well.
Whether you are a backpacker or an independent traveler to Iran, booking a hotel is one of the things you must do! Booking online your hotel in Iran makes you sure about your accommodation during your trip. Hence, reading about different accommodations and selecting your favorite one is one of the must-do things before your arrival.
However, the online booking of Iran hotels is different. Due to the imposed sanctions, some renowned hotel booking websites like Airbnb and booking.com are not working in Iran. So what you should do to book a hotel online in advance?