Visit Iran

The Land of Glory and Beauties

Iran is the land of four seasons, history and culture, souvenir and authenticity. This is not a tourism slogan, this is the reality inferred from the experience of visitors who have been impressed by Iran’s beauties and amazing attractions. Antiquity and richness of its culture and civilization, the variety of natural and geographical attractions, four – season climate, diverse cultural sites in addition to different tribes with different and fascinating traditions and customs have made Iran as a treasury of tangible and intangible heritage.
Different climates can be found simultaneously in Iran. Some cities have summer weather in winter, or have spring or autumn weather; at the same time in summer you might find some regions covered with snow, icicles or experiencing rain and breeze of spring. Iran is the land of history and culture, not only because of its Pasargad and Persepolis, Chogha Zanbil, Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Yazd and Shiraz, Khuzestan and Isfahan, and its tangible heritage inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List; indeed its millennial civilization and thousands historical and archeological monuments and sites demonstrate variety and value of religious and spiritual heritage, rituals, intact traditions of this country as a sign of authenticity and splendor. Today we have inherited the knowledge and science from scientists, scholars and elites such as Hafez, Saadi Shirazi, Omar Khayyam, Ibn Khaldun, Farabi,Ibn Sina (Avicenna), Ferdowsi and Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi.
Iran is the land of souvenirs with a lot of Bazaars and traditional markets. It is the origin of handicrafts and has more than two hundred kinds of arts and crafts of which have attained UNESCO Seal of Excellence. Tourists can enjoy the quality of Iranian handicrafts and taste and smell of local food and cuisine.
Iran, the land of four seasons, history and culture, souvenir and authenticity with mountains and deserts, forest, plains and seas, cultures and traditions is expecting you.*
If you would like to find a small world in a vast country, visit Iran.


Shahzadeh Garden

Rare jewel in the heart of desert , Shazdeh (Shahzadeh) Garden, the ninth Iranian garden registered on the UNESCO’s World List , was about 140 years ago, in Kerman province, Iran. This remarkable garden, a green oasis surrounded by a brown desert with a collection of pools leading to a large palace was once the summer residence of a prince, for which it is called Shazdeh garden. The garden is about 1hour and half away from Arg-e Bam, both of which were damaged in a ruinous earthquake in 2003. Located at 35km southeast of Kerman, and about 2km from Mahan, Shazdeh Garden sits on 13.60 acres of land with a beautifully designed façade, a rectangular shape and is surrounded by a wall. It was originally built for Mohammad Hassan Khan Qajar Sardari Iravani, and was extended by Abdolhamid Mirza Naseroldoleh. However, the construction was left unfinished due to the death ...

قصر جلستان

  يعتبر قصر جلستان من المعلم السياحية الجميلة في طهران العاصمة حيث كان هذا القصر مكان لسكن معظم ملوك الدورة القاجارية التي امتدت فترة حكمها اكثر من 150 سنة   ان قصر جلستان احدى الابنية المتبقية لمى يسمى قلعة طهران الكبيرة ويرجع تاريخ القلعة الى العهد الصفوي حيث قام الملك الصفوي شاه عباس ببناء حصار مرتفع وكذلك قام بتشجير المنطقة المحيطة بالقلعة وبعد ذلك قام ببناء مقر للحكومة داخل القلعة . في اواخر العهد الصفوي كانت طهران تعتبر المقر الرئيسي للحكومة   يحوي قصر جلستان في داخله مجموعة من القصور المحاطة باشجار وحدائق جمبلة , تشتمل القصور على صالات متعددة و جميلة نذكر منها صالة المتحف , صالة برليان , صالة بلور , صالة عاج . كذلك تخت طاووس الذي اتة به نادر شاه في عام 1739 من الهند .يقع القصر في المنطقة المركزية لمدينة طهران   إعداد: فاطمه کمال آبادی http://arabic.tebyan.net/index.aspx?pid=30546  

Eram Garden

The word \'Eram\' is the Persian version of Arabic word \'Iram\', which means heaven in Islam\'s holy book, the Qur\'an. The abundance of beautiful flowers, refreshing air, aromatic myrtles and towering cypress trees, including a tree dating back to 3,000 years (Sarv-e naz) have made Eram Garden a major tourist destination, especially during the spring and summer. Although the date of the garden’s construction is not known, historical evidence indicates the garden was built during the Seljuk Dynasty (11th-14th centuries) under the rule of one of its most celebrated monarchs, Ahmad Sanjar. Like many other attractions in Shiraz, Eram Garden has been restored by the kings of Zand Dynasty (1750-1794), but during later periods, the garden was handed to a Qashqaei tribal chief, Mohammad Qoli Khan. Qoli Khan ordered the construction of the original mansion that stood on the grounds in the early 18th century and planted various trees and plants in the ...