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What are the 16 top exciting experiences in Iran?

There are too many written and oral documents about Iran's tourist attractions. All tourists who have visited Iran testify that Iran is a great and unbelievable country with stun things that encourage you to back there again. The ancient and historical ruins of Iran are the witness of the zealous and brave kings of Iran in front of the ambitious enemies of this land. you’ll find plenty to discover here, you can walk on the ruin of the Elam Kings, find their gods in the Elamite complex of Chogha Zanbil, or sink yourself in the captivating ruins of Persepolis and be sure that history has never been so close to you.
If you enjoy the architectural complexities, Iranian palaces, gardens, and houses with rich Iranian-Islamic architecture design and some other truly exquisite architecture will surely make your best moments. Of course, this complexity and elegance are clearly visible in the social behavior of the Iranian people too. It would be surreal and really exceeded all of your expectations.
They have a long effect on you with their simplicity and hospitality and welcome you so kindly that you think they know you for a long time. It's a great opportunity to really get into the heart of the country, so take the opportunity to learn more about this rich and complex place. You'll be inundated with suggestions on what to do, so to help narrow that down, here are our suggestions for the best places to visit and things to do in Iran.

Here is a list of 16 top exciting experiences in Iran.

Meet the people

Watching TV, you may be forgiven for wondering whether Iranians are scary. Fundamentalists hate America and are decided to wreck the world. Nothing can be similar to the truth. Indeed, those are the folks that depart the maximum lasting impressions of any journey to Iran. You will frequently be asked "What do you suspect of Iran?" and we're going to purchase your tea and meals with "You're our guest!" People are really the satisfactory revel in Iran.
Isfahan is one of the most important tourist cities in Iran, which will have a long-lasting impact on you. Naqsh e Jahan square has a collection of the most beautiful Iranian and Islamic buildings that dazzle the eyes of every viewer. This square is home to arguably the most majestic collection of the Safavid Palace by the name Ali Qapu Palace, luxurious and great mosques (Imam & Sheikh Lotfolah), a large bazaar, and artistic workshops around the square. Isfahan is among those rarer places. like Athens or Rome, which are the common refreshment of humanity.

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Few places have adapted to their environment and Yazd is one of the best examples of human adaptation to harsh desert nature. It's a gem of twisted alleys with tall thatch walls, a great mosque with soaring minarets, covered bazaars, fine old courtyard homes topped by Badgirs (wind towers), and the most important architectural manifestation of Yazd or Qanat, which is responsible for irrigation the houses and different areas. Stay at old houses of Yazd that have been restored and converted into marvelously evocative traditional hotels and enjoy your journey.

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More than Kabab

Iranian mouth-watering dishes stimulate your appetite after another. During your journey can try several varieties of kabab, delicious stews like Fesenjun (chicken in walnut and pomegranate sauce), or anything with Bademjan (Egeplant). Don't miss Iranian Shirini (sweets), also Vegetarians and vegans will not be deprived of the wide variety of Iranian herbal foods dishes, and if you get invited to eat in someone's home, say yes.

Ancient Persepolis

A complex of artistic harmonies such as staircases, imposing gateways, bas-reliefs, tall columns, and exquisite palaces leaves you in little doubt that here was the center of the known world. Persepolis was built by the order of kings Darius and continued by other Achaemenian kings as the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid empire. Visiting the World Heritage-listed ruins of the city also testifies to Alexander the Great's merciless destruction of that empire. Don't miss the monolithic tombs at nearby Naqsh e Rostam.

Qashqai Nomad people

Iran Nomads tribes

A pure experience of rural life with nomadic tribes in the Zagros and Alborz mountains will definitely be a special and exciting experience. A group of Iranian immigrant tribes from several ethnic groups still live a nomadic lifestyle and travel in spring and autumn with their goats, sheep, and other animals in search of pasture. You can get a taste of nomad life on a day or 3 days trip from Shiraz or stay with the Khamseh (and eat their delicious hand-made yogurt) in the hills above Bavanat.

The Islamic republic

Iran is the Islamic Republic and although most religious travelers (Tours) find that Islam is not as ubiquitous as they hoped, the Shia faith is still an important part of Iranian life. It is most evident in the passionate devotion seen in monuments like the massive Haram-e Razavi in Mashhad. The main draw here is the Holy Shrine of Imam Reza, the only buried Shia Imam in Iran.

Choqa Zanbil

Outstanding Universal Value Located in ancient Elam (today Khuzestan province in southwest Iran), Tchogha Zanbil (Dur-Untash, or the City of Untash, in Elamite) was founded by the Elamite king Untash-Napirisha (1275-1240 BCE) as the religious center of Elam. A lost city and temple under the tones of sand and only rediscovered in 1935 by a British oil company. Now excavated some of the bricks look as if they came out of the kiln last week.

Skiing the Alborz Mountains

Although Iran is a desert country, think of skiing in one of the 30 ski fields in the country. Tehran with 5 ski resorts is the best place for your winter recreation. The Dizin and Shemshak resorts keep skiers of all levels interested for about 6 months.

Desert Homestays

If you are going to find a calm place with millions of tons of golden sand, a pleasant sunrise, a hot day, a dreamy sunset, and a dark night with a starry sky, Garmeh desert village is a dreamy oasis village that is calling you. Desert Homestays are the sort of places you come for one night and stay three. you can do experience local desert houses and family homestays between Esfahan and Nain. Think about mats on the floor, basic bathrooms, and fresh, delicious home-cooked food.

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Tehran Cafes & Galleries

Tehran is a city made of cement and pollution, but you can find various hobbies in Bustling Tehran. Beyond the museums and palaces are a variety of trendy cafes and contemporary art galleries that provide an entry into a side of life you might otherwise only hear about.Sit down for a coffee for a while and you'll end up chatting, or stroll through the galleries and theater in and around Park e Honar Mandan (Artists' Park).

Hiking among the Castles of the Assassins

The legendary Alamut Valley offers a tempting invitation to walk, explore and reflect among the legendary Castles of the Assassins. Nestled on widespread rocky mounds and pinnacles are the shattered remains of more than 50 ruined fortresses that were once home to the medieval world's most feared religious cult. Choose a day hike from Qazvin or more extensive treks from Gazor Khan, a full trans-Alborz crossing accompanied by mules into the Caspian interior.

Carpet the Art Market

Walk in the traditional Bazaars in Iran, chat with the people, sit on the small wooden beds in the caravanserais and drink fresh Iranian tea and enjoy conversation with the most hospitable people in the world. The markets of Iran, especially Isfahan, Shiraz, Tehran, and Tabriz, are a collection of miniature museums, carpets, and handicrafts that can visit for free. The markets of Isfahan, Shiraz, and Tehran are the most enjoyable and memorable places to buy carpets.

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Just say yes

When you're invited to a near-total stranger's house. just say yes! you'll find that your photographs will be the ultimate answer to those friends back home who exclaimed, 'Iran' But isn't it dangerous? Children enjoy looking at an instant photo that is given to them.

The poets of Shiraz

Iranians like to say that even in the poorest home you will find two books: the Koran holy book and the poetry book of Hafez. It's fitting for a country whose most famous sons are poets, and where just about anyone can quote their favorite millennial man of words. In Shiraz, the city of nightingales and gardens, the tombs of Hafez and Sadi attract pilgrims from all over the country. Join them as they linger over tea, reciting the works of their heroes.

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Shopping at the bazaar

In the era of chained stores, most Iranians still rely on these mazes of covered streets, Timche, and caravanserais for much of their shopping. Tehran, Esfahan, Shiraz, and Kashan have atmospheric bazaars where you can waste your time under vaulted ceilings, dodge motorcycles, and stop at tiny teahouses for a hot brew and qalyan (water pipe). But perhaps the largest bazaar is the World Heritage-listed Bazar-e Tabriz, the largest covered bazaar in the world and once among the most important trading centers on the Silk Road.