A collection of reports and photos of Iran’s tourist attractions
Home Tags Tourist Attractions in Iran
Tag: Tourist Attractions in Iran
The agriculture-rich province of Khuzestan in south-western Iran is home to thousands of vineyards, from which thousands of tonnes of grape are harvested.
The Khanat caravanserai is one of the oldest monuments in the Iranian capital, Tehran, dating back to the Qajar era.
The National Museum of Graphic Arts is a treasure in the northeast of the Iranian capital of Tehran which many people often overlook.
The Fandoqloo forest which lies next to vast mayweed fields is one of the most beautiful jungles and tourist attractions of Iran.
Iranian handicrafts and traditional arts, with a variety of about 300 types and a multi-thousand-year-old history, are among the most important tourist attractions of the country.
Austria has signed a preliminary agreement with Iran to fund the renovation of the ancient Iranian monument Persepolis in Fars province.
The Golestan Palace, a famous world heritage site in Tehran, is home to a series of beautiful tile artworks, whose history in Iran goes back to prehistoric times.