Less touristy and crowded than the Grand Bazaar, Tajrish Bazaar is packed with pretty good quality shops.Do here your shopping if you like to take your time.
You can find stuff such as handicraft, copper and clay pots, varieties of pistachios, pastries, saffron, spices, pickles “Turoshi” and fresh fruits. The 9000-square-meter complex of Niavaran Palace was originally built in the 19th century during the Qajar dynasty.
Later, king “Shah” Mohammad Reza Pahlavi built and renovated many parts of it to use it for the residence of the royal family during all seasons except summer. Saad Abad Complex and Green Palace – “Majmooa Saad Abbad”.
So you’ve booked your flight and are planning your first Iran trip itinerary. If it’s your first trip, I suggest you do the so-called “classic tour” and tick off your list the most famous places to visit in Iran.
Modern Persia is not just a big country, it’s also packed with historical places, art, and a diverse natural landscape.
Here you will walk around jasmine-scented streets, you will test Iranians’ knack for romance and you will visit the immortal vestiges left by Cyrus the Great and Darius the Great.
Here are some of the things to do in Shiraz if you decide to include it in the itinerary of your Iran trip. Impossible to not include Persepolis on your list of places to visit in Iran.
In this detailed guide we tell you the most important Iran tourist attractions you can’t miss.
In the end, you will also find some practical tips for a smooth 10-day Iran holiday and how to organise your trip.
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