Gilan a lush Paradise in North of Iran
Gilan has a humid subtropical climate and enjoys the heaviest rainfall in Iran. This province stretches from the western flank of Alborz Mountain Range to the plains of the Caspian Sea and joins Talesh Mountain Range at the northwest. The tallest mountain peak in Gilan is Mount Samamoos with 3689 m height. The capital city of the Province is Rasht and the main port of the region is Bandar-e-Anzali (EN: Port Anzali, previously called Bandar Pahlavi).
Iran's Special Natural Landscapes
What style of traveler are you?
The beauties of Isfahan's colored domes and Naghsh e Jahan sq seduce all travelers while they would be enchanted by the heavenly gardens of Shiraz. The historical monuments of Shiraz and the unique bas-reliefs of Achaemenian and Sassanid will guide you to the deep of Iran's history. You make marvel by Yazd's wind catchers, burial towers, and fire temples.
Iran Food Tour
A visit to Iran offers an amazing variety of culinary delights. A land of culinary variety for all tastes. Kebab lovers - vegetarians, and people obsessed with meat.
Between the famous kebab(Chicken, Lamb,B&B) and the decidedly outraged grilled lamb testicles, there is a wide range of foods: caviar, pickles, and smoked fish in the north; samosas, falafels, and bittersweet prawns in the south; noodles, flatbread and ice cream flavored with rose water across the country.
Chahar Bagh a Street Gallery in Isfahan
What remains of the old street architecture of Isfahan has now become the street gallery of this city. To see this gallery, it is enough to visit the streets of Chaharbagh, the exterior of the street architecture on the wall, and the old mansions in the frame of the steeple and steep porches. Chaharbagh Street is more ancient than the arrival of cars to Iran but it is not a bad thing to know that during the Safavid period and Qajar era, this street was made up of royal gardens.
The Saint Stepanos Monastery
This building is respected by all Christianity and is an important part of the Armenian cultural history of the world. St. Stephen's Church has taken its name from Stepanos. He was the first Christian to be the victim of anger and jealousy of the Jews. The church building has a cylindrical shape and is covered with a conical dome. The building consists of several parts including the church's porch, -16 sided dome, the bell tower, and the Danial stove. New designs, numerous crosses at the exterior level are of the beauties of this building that take the eyes of every visitor.
Sad al Saltaneh Caravanserai a Great Safavid Masterpiece
The caravanserai of Sa'd alSaltaneh is one of the largest and best-preserved urban caravansaries in Iran. Covering an area of 6.2 hectares, the caravanserai was constructed in the Qajar era during the reign of Nasereddin Shah (1896-1831) under the supervision of Governor Bagher Khan Sa'd al-Saltaneh for whom the caravanserai is named after.
Nature Therapy in Iran
Health tourism or tourism therapy is one of the important and interesting parts of the tourism industry and medical services. Every year, millions of people travel to other countries in order to receive high quality and cheaper medical and treatment services. Countries such as Thailand, Mexico, India, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates are among health tourism destinations around the world. Meanwhile, Iran for many reasons has competitive advantages and high potential to attract tourism in the section of health and therapy that unfortunately are ignored.
The Malek House - Isfahan
The delightsome architecture of Iranian homes has long been famous, the houses that when you go and see them apart from their exquisite architecture where every part of itis made of principles and everything is in its place Another point also attracts attention And that is the character of the house, In fact, the old houses each have their own personality:: Something that does not fit in today's homes.
Exploring Isfahan an unlimited tour
A city of immense beauty and unforgettable experiences, Esfahan has been dazzling travelers for ages. Perhaps one of the reasons for this is that most Westerners appreciate the truly Persian character that the city has retained. Nesf-e Jahan, "Half the World", is a popular rhyme with the name of Esfahan and an example of the praise lavished by the inhabitants and poets on their city. At one time - at the close of the 16th and throughout the 17th century - this boast was not as exaggerated as it may sound today.
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