One may not think that tourism and Iran go together, but they’re quite wrong! Iran tourism is picking up, and why not? It’s a beautiful place to spend a holiday. Unfortunately, due to its location in the world, people may be a bit nervous about traveling there, but they’re missing out on a lot of wonderful sights to see. Here are a few spots to check out when traveling in Iran. These are just a few highlights, but there are plenty more!
When you’re in Isfahan, be sure to go and see the Shiekh Lotfallah Mosque. It was built in the 1600’s and is quite a sight to see with its beautifully designed architecture. For the museum lovers, heading to the National Museum of Iran in Tehran is a must. It will provide those curious travelers with a wealth of information about the country. It is separated into two parts: ancient heritage and the Islamic era. While in Tehran, travel over to see Golestan Palace. It was built in the 16th century, and is a stunning piece of architecture. It has gardens, royal chambers and rooms, and a citadel. It is worth a visit!
Another sight to see is Eram Garden in Shiraz. It is a historic garden with a large, shimmering pool and tall palm and cypress trees. While staying in Shiraz, the Tomb of Hafez should be on your sightseeing list. It is a mausoleum and tomb erected in memory of the Persian poet Hafez. And lastly, one very important sight to see and experience in Iran is Tochal Mountain. This is the perfect location for those looking for a wonderful ski holiday! Located there is a beautiful mountain range and a ski resort. It is outside of Tehran, so it will be easily accessible if heading there from the airport.
Traveling in Iran is a great choice for those looking to go for a sightseeing holiday. Iran has such a rich culture, and it often goes unseen! And, it’s important to know a few things to see before going out on a touring holiday. These few things are only a part of the amazing sights there are to see in Iran. If you’ve got time, spend your vacation in Iran. With its history, culture, heritage, and natural scenery, you won’t regret it. You’ll be wanting to go back again and again!
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