The best time to visit Iran has many different answers depending on what you want to do. Iran offers endless opportunities for people who love In-depth Cultural, Trekking & adventure trips. For sure Iran is a destination to fall in love with its mesmerizing architecture, deserts, mountains, jungles, etc. If you love pampering yourself, Iran is the place to be. Iran is one of the countries in the world which has four seasons in one time. While the north is covered with snow in the south you have tropical weather. Therefore the climate of the country varies greatly due to features of global location. In winter you can go skiing in the north of Tehran, and a day later you can head south to Kashan and experience the dry heat at Iran’s beautiful deserts

The Persian Empire was the most powerful nation in the world from 539 BC to 331 BC. Persia, now Iran, was at the epicenter of the great movement that held vast riches of gold, farmland and water. Gone, but not forgotten, the great Persian Empire eventually was defeated in the long-lasting war with the Greeks. Once again, this great icon of historical and cultural significance hangs in the balance. New treaties and mutually beneficial relations are being forged tentatively between Iran, its neighbors and the West. This is an ideal time to travel to Iran as those relations appear to be improving. Iran actually is one of the safest countries you can visit in the Middle East. You will be heartened by the warm welcome you receive, and you’ll return home to spread the news of what you’ve discovered in this friendly country.

Wood Carving is one of the most delicate Iranian handicrafts that is a combination of art and the pleasure of artists who create inexpensive and simple materials with valuable products, Artists who engage with a few pens and metal hammer on the wood, engraving their minds with Kofi lines, Slavic motifs, Khatayi, flowers, and chicken

The lavish Golestan Palace Built during the Qajar Dynasty that rose to power in the late 1700’s, this fabulous walled complex is centered on a landscaped garden with tranquil pools. The palace buildings are among the oldest in modern Tehran. All traces of mid 18th-century construction by the Zand dynasty were almost totally obliterated by the early Qajar shahs and, rubbing salt into the wound, Agha Mohammed ordered the bones of Karim Khan Zand to be exhumed from his Shiraz grave and placed under the main threshold to be trodden on by all. The buildings that make up this magnificent complex are some of the oldest in Tehran and mix both Persian and European architectural styles, in particular, French. The palace pavilions then built by Fath Ali Shah were in turn largely torn down during the extensive and lengthy construction programme (1867—92) of Naser al-Din Shah, although sections were saved: the Talar Divan Khaneh or Audience Chamber of two main the Marble Throne (Takht-e Marmar) and the Emarat-e Badgir (Wind Tower) in the south. But the work of that shah suffered too. The huge Taziyeh hall, used for Moharram performance and inspired by the Royal Albert Hall in London (as seen by the Shah during his 1876 state visit), was destroyed in 1946, and his 1891 Kakh-e Abyad (White Palace) was razed to make way for offices of the Ministry of Finance, the Bank Melli and the Ministry of Roads. Also inspired by the Shah's 1873 visit to Europe, which included Versailles with its famous mirrored gallery, is the Hall of Mirrors within the Golestan complex which served as the coronation room for both Reza Shah and his son; it remains intact. If you do not have time to visit all 12 museums, do buy a ticket for the Marble ‘Throne veranda and the art gallery, followed by a walk in the courtyard to look at the various tiled panels, all extremely decorative with the distinct Qajar palette of yellows, pinks and blues. There is a good but expensive gift shop next door to the (currently closed) Ethnographic Museum. “Ihe Marble Throne veranda (Ivan-e Takht-e Marmar), straight across the courtyard from the main gate, is decorated with mirrors and other goodies seized by Agha Mohammed from the Zand palace buildings. The throne-couch itself, not the most beautiful artefact made by man, was carved by Esfahani craftsmen in 1807 or 1841 (depending upon who you read) and was where the shah sat during public audiences; Reza Shah Pahlavi was the last ruler to receive birthday and Nou Rouz greetings from his courtiers on this throne. On the veranda a door leads into a small portrait chamber decorated with oil paintings of rulers, historic and mythical, a bevy of European ladies and garden scenes; Fath Ali portrait is over the chimney. main art gallery (Negar Khaneh) is next door, including mainly 19th-century oils, some the work of Kamal al-Molk, the leading court painter to Naser al-Din Shah, and then come the 1875 hall Of mirrors and the European Art Gallery. The twin-tower pavilion is the Shams al-Emerah built by Naser al-Din , which now houses a small collection of calligraphy (no labels in English) in a splendour of mirrors and plasterwork. This was the first five-storey building to be constructed in Tehran, which Lord Curzon described in 1892 as ‘a very creditable specimen of the fanciful ingenuity that still lingers in modern Persian art: Continuing around this gaily tiled courtyard you come across the photography gallery and archive, the Tent House, now used for conferences, and the so-called Diamond Room, a tea house and toiletsA

Having nice climate has turned this village a very beautiful and comfortable place for visitors who want to go on a trip. Even travelers and native people of this area choose this village for spending their weekend there. This place is mountainous and you will see several houses in stair type of structure. Tall trees have covered the view of these houses. The nature of this village is truly beautiful. The green lands, winding alleys and the sound of waterfalls shows how intact the village is. It will attract you to walk on foot around the village. As you are walking it feels as if you are the first person who discovered these alleys. Walking by every alley you will face vacant cities which are as old as the village itself. An old church, water mills and handcrafts like baskets, Melki(a kind of shoe), Mashk and wood crafts are all attractive concepts In Ghalat. You can also go hiking or mountain climbing on the green valleys of this marvelous village. You may as well visit traditional weddings and get acquainted with the old customs of the people of the area. This village is village named village of weed in Iran

Since the nuclear deal came into effect, foreign tourist arrivals more than doubled. The goal is increase them from 4.8 million in 2014 to 20 million in 2025. Tehran alone saw a 13 per cent jump in foreign arrivals. The government plans tax breaks to bolster the sector. Tehran (AsiaNews) – Iran is turning to tourism to bolster its economy after years of sanctions imposed because of its nuclear program. The 2015 landmark nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) gives Tehran access to western business opportunities. According to Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization (CHTHO), foreign tourist arrivals in Iran have been more than doubled compared to the global average since the implementation of the deal. CHTHO Director Zahra Ahmadipour has said that her country needs to breathe fresh air into the sector in order to achieve sustainable growth and profit from the boom in the number of foreign arrivals.In order improve the sector, the CHTHO plans to bring a variety of Iranian hotels, accommodation and other services under a single umbrella brand to provide travellers with guaranteed standards. This comes after years of embargo

Three of the five most dangerous countries in the world are in the Middle East (Syria, Yemen and Iraq). Iran has focused on tourism to boost its economy. Despite US sanctions, the number of foreign visitors in Iran rose by 51 per cent in the first six months of the current fiscal year, and Inbound Persia Tour and Travel Agency in Iran has a lot of plans to increase the tourism in Iran. Good and fair price for tourist to travel to Iran is one of the plans

Iran has seen an increase in the number of annual visitors over the past few years, and the lifting of economic sanctions is sure to attract even more. Home to one of the oldest civilizations, Iran has no shortage of sites to see. When it comes to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it boasts an impressive 24 registered cultural sites. Palaces, bazaars, places of worship, ancient water systems, and remnants of the great Persian Empire dominate this list. The Culture Trip explores the top 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Iran. When you travel to Iran, you will be treated to the most breathtaking natural and man-made structures that you will find throughout the Iran. In our tours you can truly see and absorb all the glory of Iran and touch the civilization and cultures of Iran. With 24 UNESCO World Heritage sites , Iran is the best place for visiting .You just text us and book your tour and travel to Iran and we allocate , organize and prepare the best for you to enjoy your trip and tour in Iran.Here we listed Iran UNESCO World Heritage Sites for you to become familiar.

One of the most asked questions by tourists who are interested in visiting Iran and learn and become familiar by Iranian cultures, civilization , landscapes , monuments and people is that whether Iran is safe or not . Iran is a special country with a broad range of landmarks , natural features, and different cultures . So because of its tourism potential, Iran is a perfect destination. In addition, visiting Iran is financially affordable for most people around the world because of the value of its currency. So the question that might stop people from visiting Iran is : Is Iran safe to visit or not? There are many negative opinions about Iran all around the world because of the global politic issues. But people shouldn’t forget the fact that all these arguments are between the governments , Iranian Governments and others and not people. If you're planning a trip to Iran, and you want to visit Iran , your biggest concern will be more about what to wear than your safety. While you will need to keep your wits about you like anywhere else in the world, you won't have to worry about religious extremism ruining your trip . In fact, Iran earned a spot as one of the top 20 tourist destinations to visit in 2017 by Bloomberg. One of the reasons being the Iran's security , which has been a major factor in tourists returning to Iran

Rose Water Festival Every year during the second half of May, festival of rose and rosewater is being held in Kashan. Many people from different parts of the country and abroad visit Kashan, the hub of Mohammadi Rose in Iran. The season for picking rose and preparing rosewater is from early May to mid-June. In early May, the scent of rose spreads over different areas of Kashan, such as Qamsar Joshqan Qali, Barzak and Niasar. The ceremony for making rosewater in Kashan attracts many tourists. Every day, some thousands of visitors tour various cities of Kashan for this traditional ceremony. The arrival of tourists in the districts of Kashan has a positive impact on the region’s economy. Rosewater is made from a very sweet smelling kind of rose and is used in various traditional dishes and sweets. It is also used as a perfume among Muslims. Although some modern mechanized factories are constructed, but still a large part of this, let say industry, is done traditionally. And this traditional rosewater production which is established at homes or gardens attracts tourists to Kashan. Historical monuments and architecture of Kashan adds to the popularity of this festival too. The smell of the roses when they are blooming spreads to Ghamsar and in the region for the greatest pleasure of the inhabitants and the visitors. The culture of the rose in Iran goes back to 2500 years ago in the regions of Fars, Kerman and Isfahan. We can prepare everything for you to come and enjoy this festival

Persian Gardens The art of gardening in this country return to Achaemenid Empire .Cyrus the great made the first garden with Persian concept and design. Persian gardens are not only about geometries and shapes; but also manifest different design elements, each representing a specific symbol and its significance among the society. The Gardens always divided into four sectors, with water playing an important role for both irrigation and ornamentation, the Persian garden was conceived to symbolize Eden and the four Zoroastrian elements of sky, earth, water and plants. Here, you get familiar with nine Persian Gardens registered in the UNESCO so far: 1.Ancient Garden of Pasargadae Cyrus the Great’s palace garden at Pasargadae c550 BC. The paths are conjuctural. Water channels define the space between two palaces. There are two small pavilions. This is the earliest known remnant of what became the classical Persian garden. 2. Eram Garden, Shiraz Eram Garden, the Garden of Paradise, was made in the nineteenth century and is typical of the period. It has some ‘typically Persian’ features and some western features. The garden is now managed by the botany department of Shiraz University. 3. Chehel Sutun Garden, Isfahan Built as a royal pavilion at the end of the sixteenth century and extended by Shah Abbas II. It has a pavilion with 20 columns and is known as the Forty Columns because a reflecting pool doubles their number. The pavilion stands in a garden of 6.75 ha. Which once had other pavilions and pools. It is well planted with plane trees. 4. Fin Garden, Kashan A garden was made near the village of Fin by Shah Abbas 1. Most of the present garden, which is in good condition, dates from the nineteenth century. Approx 1.5 ha is enclosed by a high curtain wall with circular towers. Water is supplied by a spring and a qanat. 5. Abbas Abad Garden, Behshahr Located in the southeast of Behshahr in the midst of the forest, Abbas Abad Garden include a lake with an area of about 10 hectares. Due to the fact that in past, Shah Abbas Safavid was responsible for constructions in this vicinity, thereby the name. Being easily accessible by vehicle, in addition to a resting area, ancient relics, sweet water and pleasant weather make this region a must place for tourists to visit. 6. Shazdeh Garden, Kerman This remarakable garden was made in the 1890s by the Governor of Kerman. It is a rectangular green oasis surrounded by brown desert. There are pavilions and a central canal. The residence for which it was built is now derelict. The design looks best in an aerial photograph. 7. Dolat Abad Garden, Yazd The garden was built for the governor with a private space for the family and another enclosure to receive guests. There is a summer pavilion, with a wind tower, and a winter pavilion with a southern exposure for warmth. 8. Pahlavan Pour Garden, Mehriz Pahlavanp Pour historical Garden is one of a kind and has been constructed based on the design of original Iranian gardens. The historical buildings in this garden have created an especial bond between the nature and art of architecture. This garden covers an area of roughly five hectares, and dates back to the Qajarid era. It is situated in the city of Mehriz in Yazd Province, central Iran. 9. Akbariyeh Garden, Birjand Akbariyeh Garden and mansion is a historical monument of Birjand, South Khorasan Province. The garden was built during Qajar Dynasty and has been registered in UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2011. In this tour, we will see gardens.Also we can organize all for you to see and enjoy it.

There are diffrent kinds of people – those who wonder why anyone would visit Iran, and those who have been there and those who don't care about bad news and travel to Iran. Cost of travel in Iran now a days is really cheap. Despite the crippling effect of economic sanctions, there’s no better time than now to visit Iran. Relationships with foreign Governments are becoming more relaxed, and obtaining a tourist visas is a relatively straight forward process and travelling around the country. Iran is a country of ancient antiquity and beautiful scenery and magnificent civilization too see. An ancient kingdom with great empires. A prehistoric and historic country, includes the great Empires of Elamite, Achaemenid and Sassanid and... Visiting Iran is an unforgettable experience. Today Iran faces some problems, including economic sanctions, as a result, the value of the Rial fell dramatically against other currencies such as US $ and £ Euro. This is a great opportunity for tourists to travel to Iran and with lowest cost have a great trip in Iran. We can provide you a great trip in Iran. We will show you fantastic scenery and spectacular and ancient places of Iran, such an opportunity may not come again and it will give us the honor and we will show you the eagerness of Iran. We have a special offers for you and you can see our itinerary and read it and decide which one would be better for you and we allocate good and special (low price ) for visiting Iran.

The local currency in Iran is Rial ( Iranian Rial ) , which you can exchange US dollars, euros or even Chinese yuan everywhere in iran but we recommend that let us we do it for you with your tourguide or we give you ATM Card and you won't need to exchange anymore and you would have enough money in Iran and when you want to leave Iran and still some Rials remains we can return to you USD or Euro... While prices are written in Rial the way you would expect them, ordinary people prefer to use Toman in conversations. They would say 20,000 Toman, or just 20 Toman, when they mean 200,000 IRR. It takes some getting-used-to. If you are thinking about traveling to Iran, a very important thing to keep in mind is to have cash on you. Iran is not a part of the international bank system, and you won’t be able to use your credit card at all: Your ATMs do not recognize the international credit cards, and you won’t be able to use your card to go shopping or pay for your meals. So, you’ll need to bring as much money as you think you might need, in cash. You can be pretty sure that it would be safe to have cash on you, though. Iran is a very safe country. Nevertheless, you do need to have an estimate of how much your travel will cost you so you can come prepared, but we recommend again that ask us and order that we allocate ATM Card for you and you use Irainian ATM Card.

Iran is a country of ancient antiquity and beautiful scenery and magnificent civilization too see. An ancient kingdom with great empires. A prehistoric and historic country, includes the great Empires of Elamite , Achaemenid and sassanid and … Visiting Iran is an unforgettable experienc Today Iran faces some problems,including economic sanctions, as a result, the value of the Rial fell dramatically against other currencies such as US $ and £ Euro. This is a great opportunity for tourists to travel to Iran and with lowest cost have a great trip in Iran. We can provide you a great trip in Iran. We will show you fantastic scenery and spectacular and ancient places of Iran,such an opportunity may not come again and it will give us the honor and we will show you the eagerness of Iran .You can see our and see the tours and packages and then you can text us

The Persian carpet is said to date back 2,500 years ago and The carpets are made of wool, silk or cotton, or a combination of the three. It can take weavers months or even years to make a large, top-quality carpet with intricate floral and other designs. Using natural dyes derived from plants, the workers are traditionally women. Famous carpet regions include the northwestern province of East Azerbaijan, Isfahan in central Iran and Kerman in the country’s southeast. Each region has a specific style. Prices can range from a few hundred to many thousands of U.S. dollar Persian Carpet holds the highest position among all the rugs for the exceptional beauty of color and fantastic design. Carpet is woven in every region in Iran using methods and styles peculiar to weavers while considering the particular use that it is going to serve. Unparalleled richness and diversity of color and design are the final factor that accords the Persian Carpet worldwide creditability Persian Carpet design, according to Persian Carpet Foundation, falls into 19 categories and many more sub-categories Many Carpet experts believe that the art of carpet weaving originated first in Asia. Iran, Turkestan, and Caucuses are specified as the birthplace of Carpet and Carpet-weaving Persians were the first nation in the world who started Carpet Weaving, earning themselves colossal popularity Recent studies revealed a Persian Carpet by the name of Pazyryk as the first-ever carpet in the world in existence. It was discovered by a group of Russian archeologists during excavations in Pazyryk Valley of the Altai Mountains in Siberia The Persian Rug of Pazyryk is recognized to be the first hand-woven carpet in the world. Manufacturing of this carpet is attributed to Achaemenid Era. In the royal palace in Ctesiphon there had been a unique carpet known as Baharestan (ca. 4th century AD) that was highly admired in the literature of Islamic Era. Carpets have been highly treasured throughout the history due to the high attention necessary to be devoted to the making of them and the impressive beauty of this handicraft One of the reasons for the special worldwide attention and ever-growing demand enjoyed by Persian Carpets is the high diversity of color in them in comparison with the productions from other countries. Add to this the artistry and particular delicacy applied to the creation of this handicraft, and lively and natural dyes which are really eye-catching. Designs are truly attractive and appealing and lure every viewer to their purchase. All these factors contribute to this fact that Persian Carpet is always on-demand

You may have limitations on the payment amount in Iran by international debit cards. The usual way is to have cash or to exchange your money which has its own problems. The good news is that Inbound Persia Travel Agency is introducing more novel services to you by cooperating with banks in Iran . This special service is called Tourist Debit Cards. You can ask our correspondent to order such cards for you before your travel to Iran. The explanation about this issue is that you can have an account in Iran through our agency and by sending your personal information which is especially designed for tourists to Iran. Then you can also have a credit bank card whose money you can deposit your money to it and use it during your travel and finally you have Iranian money on you and in case any money is left in it at the end of your trip, you can receive it in dollars or euros. This card has many benefits. Here we allocated special brochure and some information for you to study and become familiar with our debit card with the name of Daric Card, also you can send an email to make a reservation.Here is our email address:

Saffron is the name for the threads (stigmas) from the Crocus Sativus flower. There are only 3 saffron stigmas for each individual flower, meaning Saffron is considered one of the rarest spices in the world! In fact, it takes over 80,000 blossoms or 240,000 hand-picked saffron stigmas to make a single pound of this popular product. Ensuring consistent premium quality batches in every single gram! Saffron is magical spice with the power to promote overall body health; Saffron threads include several natural components that have various uses even as an essential food ingredients or as a magical spice which has been always used as a natural home remedies .Manganese is the main ingredient, as well as vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, iron and vitamin B6. These vitamins and minerals all together play the magical benefits of saffron.Our Persian Saffron is made up of all red stigmas which have been professionally cut and separated from the style by hand, making sure there is absolute no break or damage to the saffron threads. It’s then Naturally Flash-Dried, a method Persian Premium Saffron has used and perfected, meaning it’s dried so fast that it loses no taste, vitamins, or nutrients and minerals in the process. You can test the quality of our saffron with just your eyes and nose. As soon as you open each of our Premium Quality saffron packages you will experience an amazing natural bloody red color comes along with the smooth nice smell of this magical spice that spread all over the place; Which strongly prove that our Saffron has no artificial components and its 100% Natural and High quality. The deep natural red color is rated as “Grade I Saffron” in the world and it comes with an inspiring smell which you can find this combination only in our Saffron. During the tour you can ask us to buy for you saffron or we allocate especial time for purchasing saffron.

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