Iran’s Potentials in Tourism Industry (Part 2)

Iran is the Cheapest Destination in the World![1] According to the report, Iran is the 89th country in the world in the field of tourism and travel, and is ranked 11th among the 15 countries in the Mena region. One of the indicators examined in travel and tourism policies is the price competitiveness index. Changes […]

Iran’s Potentials in Tourism Industry (Part 1)

The tourism industry has become one of the leading industries in many developed countries and even Middle Eastern countries due to its numerous advantages, economic growth, and development opportunities. As the number of tourists globally is projected to reach 1.8 billion by 2030, governments and stakeholders are paying close attention to infrastructure, priorities, standards, and […]

Top things to do

Iran is a vast country with numerous historical and natural attractions, about which many books have been written and much has been shared on the internet. This text, which is based on the feedbacks given by European tourists, aims to introduce many of these special attractions. We guarantee that visiting each of these places would […]

Hyrcanian Forests

In Persian, called /jan-gal-haye shomal/ Watching movies is the only way we can see dinosaurs. But we are going for a few hours’ drive to the forests that are as old as the dinosaurs.                                        Hyrcanian forests,the remnants of an Ice Age      The forests of northern Iran are the oldest dense forests in the world, […]

The Historic City of Yazd

In Persian, called /Yazd/ The historic city of Yazd located in the heart of Iran deserts, between the Dasht-e Kavir and the Dasht-e Lut, Esfahan and Kerman, and close the Spice and Silk Roads in Yazd Province. Yazd, as an ancient city, dates to the Achaemenid era. The adobe city has a hot and arid […]

The Persian Qanat

In Persian, called /qanat/ or /kariz/ Most Iran cities have a hot and arid climate, formed based on water supply in response to the harsh weather by providing water systems inside the arid deserts. In the early part of the first millennium BC, Iranians constructed underground water horizontal tunnels on deserts with no water resources […]

Jam-e Mosque of Esfahan

In Persian, called /masjed jam-e isfahan/ Jame Mosque of Esfahan, also known as Atiq Mosque and Masjed Jameh Isfahan, is the oldest Friday (congregational) mosque in the heart of Iran, Esfahan. As the twelve centuries’ veritable museum, the history of Jame Mosque is not related to a single period. It covers Sassanid, Abbasid, Buyid, Seljuq, […]


In Persian, called /pasargad/ The archeological site of Pasargadae, the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire, was built by Cyrus II the Great after his victory over Astyages, the last king of the Median Empire, in 546 BC. Pasargadae means the homeland of the Persian or the camp of Persia, in the Morqab Plain, Fars […]


In Persian, called /takht-e jamshid/ Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire in 125,000 square meters, was built by Darius I in the City of Parseh (Persia), 518 B.C. Later, this immense complex was completed (add parts) by his son Xerxes I and his grandson Artaxerxes I. Today, you walk in Persepolis by seven […]

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