Why Iran



Tourism in Iran is diverse, providing a range of activities from  beach holidays by the Persian Gulf and Caspian Sea to the cultural heritage and historical, medical,….tours.
but the main reason that tourist visit Iran is because of Iran Cultural and Historical places such as Persepolis, Naghsh-e Rostam, Naghshe Jahan and other places in Iran also we have near 22 World Cultural Heritage.

The Iranian government has been making concerted efforts to attract tourists to the various destinations in the country and arrivals have increased during the past few years. Kish Island alone attracts around 1 million visitors per year.


So Let us take you on a journey back in time to a mixture of ancient sites and samples of Islamic arts and architecture, spiced with the rich culture of Iranian hospitality.


Here are some of the most historical visited tourist destinations:


  • Persepolis,
    The city that was built as a palace worthy the Empire.
    Majestic capital of Persia with the only suitable name – Persepolis, “The city of the Persians”.
    The city was destroyed to the ground by Alexander the Great – but the history continues to live here among the remains of bricks, walls and columns.

  • Isfahan,
    The beauty of the magnificent Imam Square cannot be praised enough – it has to be seen with one’s own eyes.
    Around the square, its mosques and palaces – one of the oldest and largest bazaars in the Middle East, dating back to the 17th century.
    You can spend hours here shopping for traditional rose water sweets or splendid blue copper plates, and – if you are tired, – unwind with a meal in atmospheric Bastani Traditional Restaurant or kalyan at Azadegan teahouse

  • traditional houses in Kashan.
    The city is a tourist spot in itself – lost in the desert it reminds of the all-time childhood favourite Alladyn.
    A true jewel here – traditional houses of wealthy merchants that have now been turned into public museums.
    Elegant stained windows. Delightful wall paintings.
    Long corridors and stunning décor.
    An a stunning view on the sand city from the marvelous rooftops.

  • Abyaneh:

Abyaneh is one of the oldest villages in Iran.
It is known to have existed 2,500 years ago.
rian Fire Temple, was a true testament to the existence, growth, and advancement of the once-isolated village and its people.
Built during the Achaemenid period (550-330 BC), the fire temple used to be an important religious temple for its majority Zoroastrian inhabitants, until Islam was fully embraced by the locals after the arrival of the religion in the country.

The City of Yazd is located in the middle of the Iranian plateau,  close to the Spice and Silk Roads.

The earthen architecture of Yazd has escaped the modernization that destroyed many traditional earthen towns.
retaining its traditional districts, the qanat system, traditional houses, bazars, hammams, mosques, synagogues, Zoroastrian temples and the historic garden of Dolat-abad

  • Rayen Castle is an adobe castle in 100 Kilometers south of Kerman province, Iran.
    The medieval mudbrick city of Rayen is similar to Arg e Bam which was destroyed in an earthquake in December 2003.
    Rayen displays all the architectural elements of a deserted citadel.
    It is extremely well preserved, despite numerous natural disasters that have destroyed similar structures nearby, and it is one of the most interesting sites in Iran.

Beyond these Monuments and historical places, You can find a plenty of pristine charms, like natural, scenery, and watch the native and nomadic cultures.

enjoy Three types of seasonal weather at the same time

watch the native and nomadic cultures