Iran is the land of four seasons, history and culture, souvenir and authenticity. This is not a tourism slogan, this is the reality inferred from the experience of visitors who have been impressed by Iran’s beauties and amazing attractions.
Kordasht historical Bath is located in a village of the same name near Jolfa County in northwest Iran. The bath dates back to Safavid times, and its water is supplied from the Aras River which runs along border with Azerbaijan Republic.
Kahak cave near Delijan City and Arak City in Markazi Province is one of the most attractive ones in Iran. The cave’s wonderful scenes and its massive chambers makes it an ideal choice for adventurous ecotourists who love to get the adrenaline going every now and then.
Located in the city of Khanbebin in Golestan Province, is a major tourist attraction in north-eastern Iran. The waterfall, which is surrounded by thick forests, attracts many travellers and local people who come to this beautiful region in the warm seasons to swim and have fun.
In Qeshm Island's southeast you'll find this almost vertical limestone cliff pockmarked with caves. They are said to have sheltered local villagers seeking refuge from pirates and bandits raiding the island in the past centuries.
At the northeastern end of Pasargadae is the citadel, called Tall-e Takht, "throne hill". It probably dates to the reign of Cyrus the Great (r.559-530), although it may also be a bit older than Pasargadae itself.
This stunningly beautiful natural site is called 'Valley of the Statues' (Valley of Sculptures, Valley of Imagination or Darreye Tandis-ha) because here tall rocks have been sculpted into strange shapes by the elements. With a bit of imagination ...
This fishing village on the northern coast of Qeshm Island is the best place in Iran to encounter traditional culture of the Persian Gulf. Perched on a rocky slope overlooking the Khoran Strait, Laft has a wonderfully photogenic roofscape of badgirs (wind towers) and minarets.
The city of Mahan is located in the southeast of Kerman. At a distance of 6 km. from the south of Mahan, is a beautiful and large garden with a spectacular structure in the premises. The same is called 'Shazdeh Garden' (Shazdeh Bagh).
The structure ...
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