Iran Travel Guide 2021 - 2022

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Why we should travel to Iran?

You probably came across a lot of the above questions before you decide to travel to Iran. Well, naturally, politics always expresses facts in a different way. In this article, we try to show you the facts
Iran or Persia?
To get to know Iran, you have to travel to 15 thousand years ago, when the human civilization was taking its shape and humans were coming out of the caves to make the first villages. Since then, civilization has gradually formed on the Iranian plateau and reached its peak in places such as Shahr-e Sukhteh and Sialk Hills.
Iran is the name given to this land after the Aryans migration to this land. Before the Aryans, other civilized peoples, such as the Gutians, Lulubis, Kassites and Elamites lived in the land between the years 4000 BC to 1500 BC and could make remarkable progresses, of which Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat is a clear example of such civilization. Large tribes such as the Medes, Persians and Parthians were formed after the Aryan migration (from the northern lands) to this land and their integration with the native tribes. These Aryan tribes finally founded the glorious civilizations of Medes, Achaemenid, Parthians and Sasanian. The name of this land was called Iran from the time of Median Empire and for the first time, Ardashir I of Sasanian, in Naqshe Rostam, mentioned the name of Iran in his inscription.
Iran is the name given to this land after the Aryans migration to this land. Before the Aryans, other civilized peoples, such as the Gutians, Lulubis, Kassites and Elamites lived in the land between the years 4000 BC to 1500 BC and could make remarkable progresses, of which Chogha Zanbil jZiggurat is a clear example of such civilization. Large tribes such as the Medes, Persians and Parthians were formed after the Aryan migration (from the northern lands) to this land and their integration with the native tribes. These Aryan tribes finally founded the glorious civilizations of Medes, Achaemenid, Parthians and Sasanian. The name of this land was called Iran from the time of Median Empire and for the first time, Ardashir I of Sasanian, in Naqshe Rostam, mentioned the name of Iran in his inscription.
Geography of Iran
Iran, with an area of ​​1.873.959 square kilometers in West Asia, is located in an area called the Middle East. Iran has two main mountain ranges; Zagros and Alborz. Alborz mountain range is stretched from east to west of Iran and Zagros mountain range goes from northwest to southeast. These two mountain ranges are the reason for the formation of many Iranian civilizations.
According to the latest statistics from the Statistics Organization of Iran, the population of Iran is about 83 million. There are about 25 million and 600 thousand households in Iran, and the approximate population of each household is 3.3, which has a population growth of 1.24 people. Iran has 31 provinces, 1.300 cities and 37.000 villages.
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Hospitable People of Iran
Iran is the most hospitable country in the world. It is almost impossible to travel to Iran and not noticing their hospitality. The Iranian people value the guest very much, and when the foreign tourists enter their country, they also value them a lot. When you travel to Iran, you will most likely to be invited by Iranians to drink a cup of tea or to eat a meal and even to their homes. They will probably take a lot of pictures with you, because they value tourists and consider them as their friends.
Iran is a land of various tribes and nomads. Iran's civilization goes back to 7.000 years and Iran's diverse geographical location has led to the formation of different tribes with different cultures around this country, each of them have their own beautiful culture and customs and all of them live together in Iran. It can be said that this land has become Iran due to the existence of these tribes and cultures. Each Iranian ethnic group has its own customs, music, food, clothing, dialect, and language. This has turned Iran into a country of a thousand cultures. When you travel throughout Iran, you will be introduced to these differences, characteristics and cultural beauty. Iran is full of ethnics who have their own kindness.
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Iran ancient history and magnificent historical and ancient attractions
The Iranian civilization can be traced back to the history of human civilization in Mesopotamia. By traveling to Iran, you will see the works of the great ancient civilizations from different eras.
Artificial eye surgery and skull surgery 5000 years ago in the Burned City, the history of ancient civilizations of ancient Elam with its unique monuments, the first sanctuary of Iran named Ziggurat Choghazanbil, the glorious civilization of Achaemenian with works such as Persepolis (Takht-e Jamshid), the manifestation of the first symbol of human rights namely the Cyrus Cylinder (539 B.C.), the manifestation of the thriving economy and freedom of speech during the Parthian era, the manifestation of power in the Sassanid era when Shapur the Great captures two Roman emperors along with their troops, when engineering knowledge comes to its climax in the water structures of Shushtar city, when the grand university of Jundi Shapur is built, when the art of architecture in Isfahan city reaches its climax, when the light and color play in the Nasir Mosque of Shiraz city, when the great city of Ardeshir Khoreh with its tall tower is built, and when the water by the fountains of the Bagh-e Fin (Fin Garden) are thrown into the air strangely. Iran has a civilization of more than 7.000 years. That is, if you travel to Iran, you will review the work and history over the past 7.000 years. So it is better to increase your travel duration to Iran.
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Processing 24 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
UNESCO, in order to protect the cultural and natural heritage of various countries, is registering and globalizing the works of different countries. Currently, Iran has 24 registered works and more than 50 works waiting to be registered.
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Amazing nature and climate of the four seasons
Is Iran just a big DESERT?
Due to its vast area, Iran has diverse geographical and climatic conditions. Iran is known as a country of four seasons, and the reason is that whenever you travel to Iran, there are various climatic conditions in every corners of Iran. For example, if you travel to Iran in the spring, you will experience winter weather in northwestern Iran, summer weather in southern and southwestern Iran, relatively autumn weather in northern Iran, and spring weather in central Iran. This geographical and climatic diversity has led to the formation of amazing natural attractions and accordingly different cultures. In this regard, dear traveler who intend to travel to Iran should know when it is better to travel to Iran.
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The best months to travel to Iran
The high season of spring
The months of April, May and June are placed in this high season, during which you can travel to almost all parts of Iran and enjoy your trip with good weather in most parts of Iran.
The high season of fall
The months of August, September and November are placed in this high season. This high season, like the high season of spring, establish the weather conditions in Iran that you can travel to almost all parts of Iran. However, the only difference with the high season of spring is that you will experience colder weather and will not see the greenery and freshness of nature like what you can see in the high season of spring, but you will see the beautiful and colorful autumn of Iran instead.
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Amazing Holidays & Celebrations
Due to the ancient past and its combination with Islam, many ceremonies are held every year in Iran, like ancient ceremonies, rituals, religious ceremonies, local and seasonal ceremonies and many celebrations and ceremonies that you can be familiar with during your trip to Iran. The most important celebration held in Iran is:
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Variety of delicious foods
In Iran, the variety of food is great but when you travel to Iran you will probably try a lot of types of Kebab. Meat kebabs or chicken kebabs are among the Iranian very popular dishes and can be found in the menu of all Iranian restaurants. Iranian kebabs include Koobide Kebab, Chenje Kebab, Barg Kebab, Shishlik Kebab, Sultani Kebab and Jooje Kebab (chicken kebab). In addition, the popular Khoresh (stews) are found in Iran that Khoresh-e Ghormeh Sabzi and Khoresh-e Gheymeh are making two references.
Khoresh is a food that Iranians eat with rice. Dizi or Abgoosht (broth) is one of the popular foods in Iran which has been liked by many tourists. Generally speaking, Iran is a country of diverse cultures and different people and that is why there is a great variety of foods. There are different foods in different cultures. However, to experience local cuisines, you have to visit different Iranian cities. In general, there are various foods in Iran of which you can see full list in the food section.
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Cheap Country for Tourists
Due to numerous US sanctions, Iran's monetary value has fallen sharply. Therefore, the current situation has provided the tourists with the opportunity to travel to Iran at a very low and sometimes unbelievable cost and to take full advantage of the facilities by spending the least money. For example, the cost of staying at the most expensive hotel is between 100 to 150 dollars on average and the cost of the best food is about $30 per meal in Iran. As you see, these numbers are unbelievable in comparison with the global statistics of the same facilities with the same quality. So don't miss this good opportunity to travel to Iran.
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