How to visit Tabriz & Jolfa cities in two days
Tabriz is the capital of East Azerbaijan and Julfa is the most beautiful border city of this province. The historical and natural features of these two important cities will surprise all tourists. A trip to this province will not be complete without visiting Jolfa. Jolfa city, 130 km from Tabriz, is one of the most beautiful border cities of Iran( Iran & Armenia ) with beautiful historical and natural features. Here you can visit the river border between Iran and Armenia, the most famous Christian Churches(Monastery of Saint Stepanos), Chopanan church, and some other historical monuments.
How to visit Tabriz & Maraghe cities in two days
Tabriz and Maraghe had been important cities during the Mongols and Ilkhanid eras. Tabriz and Maraghe both had been selected by the Mongols and Ilkhanid rulers as the capital. There fore there are various Mongol monuments in these cities, especially in Maraghe(Maragheh was the capital of Mongols for 45 years). In this two-day tour, you visit the most famous Mongols capital known as the capital of Iran's astronomy, and different monuments that remained from Mongols and other periods.
2 Days Tour in Tabriz
If you are eager to discover more historical and natural places in Tabriz and beyond the Tabriz two-day tour is the best option for you. On day one of the Tabriz tour you visited the most famous historical, cultural, and social monuments in Tabriz. You have become familiar with an important part of the history, culture, and social customs of Tabriz.
How to visit Tabriz in one day
If you are going to enjoy Tabriz's one-day city tour join us to visit the most beautiful historical, cultural, Islamic, and social historical monuments. Each of these monuments presents a part of the brilliant history of Tabriz during its history.
Why Tabriz city tour
Tabriz is Soaked in history and dotted with splendid vibrant historical sites and is one of the top tourist destinations in Iran, drawing hundreds of thousands of foreign and domestic travelers each year. Visitors have at their disposal tours to a rich, matchless patchwork of Iranian history and architecture such as Azarbaijan Museum, Arg-e Tabriz, Poets’ Mausoleum, Elgoli Park, Shahriyar House Museum, Municipal Hall, St Mary’s Church, Qajar Museum, Constitution House, Khaqani Park, and Sarkis Church just to name a few. The northwestern city is also famous for having a rich Azeri culture.