What to eat in different cities
If you are a tourist or gastronomer the food and secret recipes are the most important part of your journey. Would you like to discover this country and its culture through its delicious dishes? This part of tourism not only helps the food tourism's activators but also eager the tourists to discover the secret layers of cultures and sub-cultures. It does not matter, if you are a Kebab lover, Vegetarian, or even a Vegan. Iran food tourism offers you a variety of different dishes to enjoy Persian cuisine.
Italian Macaroni, Iranian Personality
Spaghetti or pasta is one of the most common and popular Iranian dishes for all ages. Iranians, like many eastern nations, have long been familiar with wheat and grains and foods obtained from them. Kalaf, Band e Ghaba and Maftoli, were food materials like Macaroni. Iranians were familiar with them since the Safavid period(1501-1736).
Rostam, the Hero of Heroes
Rostam is the most iconic figure in Ferdowsi's Shahnameh and consequently, the most important mythical one of Persian literature. The tales of Shahnameh, to a great extent, deal with the adventure of Rostam including The Seven Trials of Rostam (HaftKhan-e-Rostam), The Tragedy of Rostam and Sohrab, The Battle of Rostam and Esfandyār, The Tale of Rostam and his half-brother Shaghad. He also appears in other significant tales such as the Tale of Seyāvash and that of Bizhan and Manizheh.
Traditional Iranian sweets
January 27 is International Chocolate Cake Day.
Chocolate and sweets, as one of the most delicious desserts and yummy snacks, have a direct relationship with the tourism industry, especially food tours. They are one of the most important branches of tourism, food tourism, and gastronomy. For this reason, we want to introduce you to the local sweets of Iran. Food tourism is one of the most important branches of tourism that can be a good motivation to travel to unvisited places. Belly tourism or food tourism is one of the attractions of travel, which, while creating a new experience, makes tourists familiar with the culture, economy, history, and customs of various cities and regions.
Iran's Thermal and Hot Springs
What could be more relaxing than sinking into a nice bubbling hot spring at the end of a long hard day? It could be after a difficult day at work, or it could be after a wonderful yet exhausting day of travel if you've decided to travel to Iran. Mineral or hot springs are naturally occurring springs that contain fresh water, but have a large number of minerals. Often, they will smell of sulfur and are heated by the earth's core. Many times, they may be found near a dormant volcano.