Top destinations for first-time in Iran
Iran with a huge amount of tourist sites, ancient ruins, fabulously dreamy palaces, mesmerizing deserts, dizzying mountain scenery, and the most hospitable people undoubtedly be one of the most memorable experiences of an eastern trip. Plan your journey around these top destinations.
3 Days tour Isfahan, less than 100 us$
Esfahan is Iran’s top tourist destination due to different reasons. Its profusion of tree-lined boulevards, Persian gardens, Safavid palaces, historical bridges, great mosques, and important Islamic buildings gives it a visual appeal unmatched by any other Iranian city. Skilled artisans underpin its reputation as a living museum of traditional culture. Visiting the great creditable palaces, strolling at Naghsh e Jahan sq, chatting with locals in the labyrinths of the Bazaar, or an afternoon walking at Zayand e Rood river's riversides would be highlights of your journey.
The Untraveled, Unknown wonders of Chabahar
Chabahar, meaning four springs is a city in and capital of Chah Bahar County, Sistan, and Baluchestan Province, Iran. Chabahar is a free port (Free Trade Zone) on the coast of the Gulf of Oman. Chabahar is situated on the Makran Coast of Sistan and the Baluchestan Province of Iran and is officially designated as a Free Trade and Industrial Zone by Iran's government. Due to its free trade zone status, the city has increased in significance in international trade. The overwhelming majority of the city's inhabitants are ethnic Baluch who speak the Baluchi language.
Located only a short distance east of Ardestan, this ancient town was an important point on the crossroads of trade routes starting from Sasanid or even earlier times to approximately the 11th century. Today it is a forgotten little town whose narrow streets and flat-roofed houses have changed little in the last hundred years. Located on the edge of the desert, Zavareh has a very arid climate, often with very hot days and cold nights. The name of Zavareh has caused disputes among scholars. Zavareh was the brother of Rostam in Shah-Nameh, and it is often believed that he was the founder of the town.
If we draw two intersecting lines on a map of Iran, one connecting its northwest and southeast ends, and the other it’s northeast and southwest end, Ardestan will roughly be at the point of intersection of these lines, thus making it the very center of Iran. Ardestan, along with Kashan, Nain, and Yazd forms a string of towns that are located on the western fringe of the central Iranian desert. The northern districts of Ardestan, affected by the desert, are arid and dusty and feature a typical climate with very hot days and cold nights.