Iran tourism: Tulip Festival in Araak, central Iran
Nearly one month into the current Persian calendar year’s spring, the 6th Tulip Festival has started in the Iranian city of Araak’s industrial zone, in central Iran.
Lake Urmia’s good days return after being partly inundated
Good days are back for Lake Urmia in Iran's West Azerbaijan Province after the opening of a canal that will transmit water from Kani Sib region to the lake.
Bright nights of Iran’s capital
As people fast during the day in the holy Muslim month of Ramadan, many prefer to take a tour of the Iranian capital after the Iftar time in the evening.
Spectacular pear trees in Iran’s Gilan Province
As the spring season decorates the nature, pear trees in gardens give a spectacular look to Iran’s northern province of Gilan.
Iranians mark Nature’s Day as Nowruz holidays come to close
People across Iran celebrate Nature’s Day, better known as Sizdah Bedar, on the last day of Nowruz, or Persian New Year holidays, by camping outdoors in the nature.
Simple iftar in the holy shrine of Imam Reza, during Ramadan in Iran’s Mashhad
During the holy month of Ramadan, the pilgrims of Imam Reza, the eight Shia Imam, will be served with hot food and iftar in the northeastern city of Mashhad.
Beautiful sunset of Iran’s West Azerbaijan’s blue jewel on the horizon for boat riders
Lake Urmia, in Iran’s West Azerbaijan Province, has been waiting for its water level to rise for years, so that in the tumult of the waves, the blue jewel of Azerbaijan can present its sunset’s beauty to visitors.
Chehel-Payeh Caravansary in Iran’s Tabas
Chehel-Payeh Caravansaray, which dates back to the Safavid era, is located in the southernmost part of Tabas County in Iran’s South Khorasan Province.
Nowruz tourists along Zayandeh Rud, Iran’s Isfahan
Zayandeh Rud is the largest and most watery river in Iran’s central plateau.
Historical sites in Iran’s Birjand attracts many Nowruz tourists
The northeastern city of Birjand, situated in Iran’s South Khorasan Province, has been hosting many tourists during New Year holidays thanks to its many historical monuments and natural attractions.
Nowruz tourists at Eram Garden and Hafizieh in Iran’s Shiraz
The historical city of Shiraz in southern Iran is hosting huge numbers of visitors during the Nowruz holidays.
Iran’s Kish Island: Pearl of Persian Gulf
During New Year holidays, tens of thousands of Iranians are visiting Kish Island, a beautiful tourist resort that sits off the country’s southern coast in the Persian Gulf.
Keeyow Lake, a natural marvel in Khorramabad, western Iran
Keeyow Lake is a natural lake in the northwest of the city of Khorramabas in Iran’s Lorestan Province. The lake covers an area of 7 hectares and it is 3 to 7 meters deep. There are an amusement park and other recreational facilities next to Keeyow Lake.
Iran tourism: Amazing Naaz Islands in Persian Gulf
Among the unique tourist attractions of southern Iran are Naaz Islands, a pair of tidal islands in the Persian Gulf, off the coast of the country’s Qeshm Island.
Historical Hydraulic System in Iran’s ancient Shushtar
Located in Iran’s southwestern province of Khuzestan, the Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System is a wondrous complex irrigation system from the ancient Sassani era.
Milad Tower, a tourist destination in NW Tehran
Nowruz has long been associated with traveling in Iran. During the New Year holidays, Tehran, as the busiest city in Iran, becomes secluded as citizens travel.
Tourists flood Iran’s historical city of Tabriz during Nowruz holidays
As Iranians are spending New Year holidays, many people from across the country visit the historical city of Tabriz, a favorite tourist hub in East Azarbaijan Province.
Tourists visit Qajar-era Khosro-Abad Mansion in Iran’s Sanandaj
Amid Nowruz holidays, many tourists visit the Khosro-Abad Mansion, a magnificent historical building in the western Iranian city of Sanandaj, Kordestan Province.
Nowruz visitors at Takht-e-Jamshid، Iran’s Fars Province
The historical monument of Takht-e-Jamshid, which dates back to the Achaemenid era, hosts many tourists and travelers during this year’s Nowruz holidays.
Makran Beach, A Magical Attraction in Iran’s Sistan and Balouchestan Province
The gorgeous beach of Makran with a 541-kilometer coastline has more than 700 recreational, tourist, ancient, historical and sight-seeing spots.
Tourists visit magnificent Qajar-era Ghavam mansion in Iran’s Shiraz
The Iranian southern city of Shiraz has always been a favorite tourist destination during Persian New Year holidays.
Majestic Sa’adabad Complex, a tourist attraction in Iranian capital
During Nowruz holidays in Iran, many make a visit to the majestic Sa’dabad Complex, located in the northern part of Tehran adjacent to the Alborz mountain range.
Iran’s Qeshm Island hosting large numbers of tourists in Nowruz
The Iranian island of Qeshm, the largest of its kind in the Persian Gulf, is hosting large numbers of tourists during Persian New Year, or Nowruz, holidays.
Iranians celebrate Spring Festival ahead of Persian New Year, Nowruz
Iranians joined street celebrations across the capital, Tehran, to commemorate the annual Spring Festival, as they prepare for Nowruz, or the Persian New Year, which will start on Tuesday.
Japan’s ambassador recites Hafez poem ahead of Nouwruz
Japanese Ambassador to Tehran Aikawa Kazutoshi recites lyrics in a poem by ancient Persian lyric poet Hafez, to commemorate Persian New Year, Nowruz, which is just around the corner.