Top 3 things to do when travel to Iran
Every aspect of traveling in Iran tends to conjure up a variety of ancient and make one curious
images; exotic cultural sites to see, ancient ruins of Persepolis, well preserved mosques,
hustling bustling bazaars and above all, friendly peoples who are more than curious to know
about travelers who are visiting Iran. The reality of the country is no less exciting, and visitors
are always delighted at the sheer atmosphere of the country.
If you are looking to travel to Iran and want some inspiration, then look no further. Here are the
top three things to do in Iran, to guarantee that you get the most from the country and
experience a truly unforgettable journey.
1. Travel across the country to experience 4 season climate
Iran is a vast land with an area of 1.648.598 SQ kilometers, there are green and lush forests in
north, desert in the center and hot and dry climate in the south, its interesting that one can
experience all the 4 season climates while traveling through Iran. The best time to admire all the
features of the 4 season would be mid October to February to which one can travel from north
to south. The main destinations are Tehran, Esfahan, Shiraz, Yazd and kerman, many travelers
are also opt to visit Hamedan, Sanandaj, Tabriz and Bandar abaas.
2. Lose Yourself in Tehran
When you travel in Iran, dont miss the opportunity to explore its most famous and iconic city.
The capital city of Tehran with its all hustling and bustling as well as interesting museums and
contemporary history could be first things one can experience as soon as they arrive to Tehran.
However, Tehran it may not be as historic as Esfahan and or as ancient as Shiraz and
Persepolis but instead is a city that attracts visitors for many reason. Tehran Grand bazaar is
one of the most attractive in all Iran, The palaces in northern Tehran are just another example of
modern architecture that is dedicated to the late kingdom in Iran.
Its also in Tehran that you can explore one of the most famous museums in the world, the Iran
National Museum. Home to the finest example of pre-island and antiquarian subjects that has
been discovered through the land.
3. Visit nomads of Iran
There are currently more than 2.5 millions of Nomads living mainly in central mountains of Iran
and specifically around Shiraz, Esfahan, Yasooj and around north-west of the country. The most
interesting fact about the nomad is that they always move from a place to another in order to
find a suitable plain for their herds, these welcoming and friendly folks are living in the black
tents that have been woven with the wool or the hair of their goat to protect them from sun in
summer and blasting in winter.
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