When traveling to Iran many travelers avoid Teheran which is regrettable. The city has beautiful palaces, interesting museums, amazing bazars, nice parks and art exhibitions and many other activities which should not be missed.
Isfahan is Iran’s top tourist destination and for a good reason. With its magnificent buildings, gardens, boulevards and bridges it cannot be compared to any other Iranian city. The historic bazaar around the Unesco-listed central square provides a multitude of artist workshops where you can experience the amazing craftmanship of Iran.
Shiraz is often referred to as the heartland of Persian culture, it is the area from where the great Persian kings ruled their immense empires for centuries. The city itself has also so many beautiful buildings and due to its famous poets Hafez and Sa’adi it became a synonym for education, nightingales, poetry and wine.
Yazd is a typical desert city, surrounded by two large deserts in the north and the south. Its mud-brick houses, maze of historic lanes throughout the inner part of the old city, the wind towers and its hidden treasures such as tea houses give you a feeling of adventure which is not comparable to other Iranian cities.
Kashan is a very special city, with its many old traditional houses, Unesco recognised garden and festivals like the rosewater festival. It is also a very romantic city with many interesting sites to see which are unknown to many travelers still.