Follow in pilgrims’ footsteps and explore the history of old Persia and the spirit of the new Iran. Discover magnificent monuments, artworks, and sights and deeper insight into this ancient land. Wander the streets of ancient capitals and spend a memorable night in the wonderful desert, and witness spectacular Mosques, Temples, Synagogues, and Churches in Iran.
Hamedan is believed to be among the oldest Iranian cities and has always been well known for handicrafts like leather, ceramics, and carpets. Iran’s Cultural Heritage Organization lists 207 sites of historical and cultural significance in Hamadan.
Khorramabad is situated on the Zagros Mountains. It is quite scenic and possesses several attractions, such as five Paleolithic cave-dwelling sites. In the city center, a tall citadel called Falak-ol-Aflak (The Heaven of Heavens), a relic of the Sassanid era, is now a nationally popular museum.
Economically, it is the regional base of the agricultural industry.
Because of its antiquity, attractive landscapes, rich culture and Neolithic villages, Kermanshah is considered one of the cradles of prehistoric cultures.
The province is also home to some 3000 historical attractions including Bistun, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which contains an inscription from Darius dating back to the Achaemenid Dynasty.
Hugging the lower slopes of the magnificent Alborz Mountains, Tehran is a fascinating metropolis with outstanding museums and palaces and a youthful street life. Spend time here and you’ll soon realize that the city is so much more than a chaotic jumble of concrete and crazy traffic. This is the nation’s dynamic beating heart and the place to get a handle on modern Iran and what its future will likely be. Exploring the capital city of Iran will transport you on a journey through hundreds of years of Iranian history – from the glittering Golestan Palace and the adjacent Grand Bazaar to the beautiful Milad Tower and serene gardens.