Iran Tours

Khosh Amadid (welcome) to Iran! A hub of ethnic diversity, Iran is brimming with remnants of its storied past, from the magnificent ruins of Persepolis, ancient capital of the Persian empire, to Shiraz’s mirrored Shah Cheragh mosque. Every corner of the country commands attention and its people are reputed as some of the friendliest in the world.

Iran offers experiences for every traveller, from grand monuments to astonishing shrines, architectural delights and world-class cuisine. Bordered by the Alborz mountain range, the northern capital Tehran is exceedingly progressive and continues to modernise. Wander its streets and you’ll soon see why Iran is a destination on the rise.

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Iran Travel Guide: what you need to know
25/07/2019

An adventure to magical Persia is worth every bit of planning and preparation it requires   Iran and its treasured sights have wowed adventurous travellers for years, but this Middle Eastern nation is gradually transforming into an accessible destination for all. If fear of the unknown has kept you from exploring...

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The beauty of Persian poetry
05/07/2019

From epics heroics to erotic love poems, Persian Poetry has inspired poets from around the world for centuries and it is as alive today as it was a thousand years ago   The earliest form of Persian poetry dates back 2,500 years to the Achaemenian Empire. Sadly, most of the literature from that period was destroyed...

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Kebab Culture
05/07/2019

Iran’s national dish, the kebab, comes in all types, sizes, and flavours. We’ve picked out the best, and where to try them across Iran   The humble kebab – skewered chunks of marinated meat, grilled or roasted over hot coals – has been cooked in Iran for centuries and has become the country...

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How to buy a Persian rug
05/07/2019

Persia and carpets going hand in hand so here is your ultimate guide to bagging one of your own   What to look for The oldest rug ever discovered was the pile-woven Pazyryk carpet found in Siberia in 1948. It was carbon dated back to the 5th century BCE and thought to have come from the Persian Achaemenid Empire....

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