Iran Tourism Attraction
A trip to the confines of the Middle East, on the lands of the ancient Persian empire ... Iran is always dreaming travelers! Iran may not be the most accessible destination, but it is one of the most exciting!
A trip to the confines of the Middle East, on the lands of the ancient Persian empire ... Iran is always dreaming travelers! The rooting of a thousand-year-old culture, the contributions of Islam, a breathtaking historical heritage, landscapes of an unsuspected variety (mountains, deserts, beaches on the Caspian Sea, Persian Gulf Islands ... ), Iran may not be the most accessible destination, but it is one of the most exciting!
The essentials of Iran
They are numerous ... let's quickly quote Tehran and its museums, the splendid Qom, the remains of Persepolis, Isfahan and its heritage, Shiraz and its gardens, the Persian Gulf islands, the resorts on the Caspian Sea, the Elbourz Mountains, of which the snowy peaks exceed 4000 meters of altitude, etc, etc ...
Ideally, plan at least three weeks of travel to Iran.
Climate and seasons: when to go to Iran?
It would be wrong to believe that Iran is a vast desert under the influence of an arid climate ... even though much of the country suffers scorching temperatures in summer, with mild winters. The atmosphere is wetter on the shores of the Caspian Sea (sub-tropical), colder in the northern mountains (harsh winters ...): it also depends on your route. In general, spring and autumn seem the best times to travel.
Advice to travelers
Iran often has bad press for geopolitical reasons, and the image of this country is often negative to tourists. However, Iran is a safe destination for the traveler: some border regions are under tension and should be avoided, but otherwise, the main sites of the country are accessible without any particular problem.
Refer to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website for any updated security conditions.
On site, be sure to take into account the Islamic culture of the country: simple rules of good conduct are to be applied, such as not wearing too undressed outfits, wearing the veil for women, etc ...
Population: about 78 million inhabitants
Currency: Iranian rial
Entry formalities: passport valid 6 months after the trip + visa application at the embassy
To see and do in Iran
Iran is a mountainous country in the Middle East, located in Western Asia. It is an ancient Persian empire that currently consists of beautiful remains and ruins of ancient cities such as mosques, mausoleums in Isfahan, Persepolis. It is mainly in the city of Isfahan that the cultural sites of the country are grouped, there is the Imam Square, the Shaykh Mosque, the City Palace, the Khorramabad Castle. This country is also rich in fauna and flora, the semi-desert areas are home to many species of wild animals such as the Pallas cat, the Eurasian lynx, the Indian gazelle, the evening primrose, the goitre gazelle .
Discovery of Iran.
Iran is a mountainous country is relatively desert of the Middle East, it is bordered by Iraq and Turkey to the west, Azerbaijan and Armenia to the northwest, Turkmenistan to the northeast, the Afghanistan and Pakistan to the southeast. It is an ancient Persian empire that includes magnificent remains, such as the mausoleums of Isfahan, Persepolis. It is especially in Isfahan that the cultural sites of the country are grouped, with the house of the Imam, the mosque of Shaykh, the palace of the city, the castle of Khorramabad. This country is also rich in fauna and flora, the semi-desert areas are home to many species of wild animals such as the Pallas cat, the Eurasian lynx, the Indian gazelle, the evening primrose, the goitre gazelle .
Iran has a diverse climate. In the north winters are cold with snowfall and temperatures below freezing, while summers are hot and dry. In the south, winters are mild and summers are very hot, with temperatures reaching 50 ° C in summer in parts of the desert. The main cities of Iran are: Tehran - the vibrant capital, a beautiful city that suffers from traffic jams and air pollution. -Hamedan - one of the oldest cities in Iran - Isfahan - the ancient capital and cultural capital of the country, boasting beautiful architecture, important places of worship and a grand bazaar is the most popular tourist destination in the country. -Kerman - one of the oldest cities in Iran, and a major carpet manufacturing center. -Mashad - the largest city in Eastern Iran with an important mosque, the shrine of martyr Imam Reza.
-Suse, the oldest city in Iran. -Qom - one of the holiest cities in the Middle East, considered the jewel of Iran -Shiraz - an ancient capital, known for its rose gardens. Very close to the famous ruins of Persepolis, an impressive city built more than 2500 years ago. Persepolis is the symbol of the Iranian nation par excellence. Outside the cities the other popular attractions are the Persian Gulf Islands. Such as Kish Island, a true consumer paradise with many shopping malls and luxury hotels. Qeshm Island, the largest island in the Persian Gulf, is famous for its wide range of ecotourism attractions such as the Hara Forest, one of the most important bird migration destinations in the world.
On the accommodation side, Iran has the full range of classic hotels, luxury hotels in Tehran and the Persian golf course as well as cheap hotels and guesthouses in most cities.
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