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Interesting facts about Iran

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Isfahan is one of the top tourist destinations and one of the largest historical cities in Iran. This city with its attractions such as Naghsh Jahan historical square, Sivaseh bridge, old mosques, etc., is always of interest to domestic and foreign tourists.

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  • Tehran > Shiraz > Isfahan > Yazd Kashan

    12 Days

    The beautiful panoramic routes of the Iran Railway, combined on an extraordinary round trip. You can enjoy Iran comfortably by train. Discover different regions and cultures.

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  • Tehran > Shiraz > Persepolise > Darab > Kerman > Yazd > Isfahan

    12 Days

    An amazing trip through ancient reliefs of Iran plus all the major hot spots in major touristy cities.

     

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  • Tehran  >  plane > Shiraz > car > Yazd car > Isfahan 

    8 Days

    One of the most fascinating activities in old age is travel. Grandmothers and grandfathers are keen to travel with their peers on the retirement days of their lives and enjoy.

    Retirement is when a person is relieved of stresses and worries about his or her job and is looking for an experience of relaxation to enjoy his or her time. Surely, traveling is one of the most popular and healthy activities for seniors.

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  • Tehran > Kashan > Abyaneh > Isfahan > Yazd > Abarkooh > Shiraz > Sepidan > Javarg

    12 Days

    Enjoy Iran on your own pace, customize your private tour itinerary for small and large groups, exclusive excursions

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  • Tehran > Shiraz > Sepidan > experience iran s traditional life stay with locals map
    Abarkooh > Yazd > Isfahan > Kashan  

    12 Days

    You can see locals picking fruits, milking sheeps, baking traditional bread or even better join them in their daily activities.

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  • Tehran > Shiraz > Yazd > EsfahanMust see Tour of Iran Map

    8 Days

    The must see route in Iran, we will visit most of the major historical sites. Best tour to get if this is your first time traveling to Iran

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  • 20 Days

    Some of the main reasons that Iranian carpets are more popular than the carpets of the other countries are their richness of color, variety of impressive artistic patterns, and quality of design. 

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  • Tehran > Ahvaz > Shiraz > Kerman > Yazd > Isfahan

    15 Days

    The Nourouz is a traditional festival of the Iranians, which celebrate the New Year of the Persian calendar. Symbol of rebirth and renewal. The Iranians take advantage of Norouz's holiday to visit their families, friends and relatives. Great festivals are organized on the occasion of Norouz.

    They are often found around a table with Haft Sîn , 7 specific objects corresponding to the 7 creations and the 7 immortals. Gifts are also sometimes exchanged.

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  • Tehran > Shiraz > Yazd > Esfehan

    8 Days

    We had many group tours including only women, so we have enough experience to arrange tours especially for women.

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