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Iran in Depth, Tip to the Trip

How to make traveling to Iran easier

The first tip to make traveling to Iran easier is to catch the drift on how the weather is like. The plateau of Iran is four weather territory with massive blistering deserts in the center, extensive mountains stretching from Northwest to the Southeast almost cutting the country into two halves, the Caspian Sea and the Persian Gulf in the north and south with a lot of ports and fertile lowlands to the west and southwest. This can be a little confusing for a tourist, because of the blistering weather of Northeast mountainsides of Zagros that makes Tabriz or Tehran’s freezing to the bone cold while the weather in Isfahan is very warm.

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Luxury Trips for Less in Iran

Iran, in all its paradoxical glory, is sure to surprise international visitors. By some measures, Iran is still a developing country, yet it is also the world’s oldest civilization. One thing is for sure, with thousands of years of continuous history comes sophisticated culture and opulence.

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7 Days in Iran: How to Experience Everything in 1 Week

Iran is a huge country that swells with diversity. Every Iranian province has its own unique cuisine, handicrafts, industries, dress, and language.

Travelers who have the time can easily spend two or three months having a good look around Iran. But realistically most visitors only come for a week or two.

If you’re planning on spending seven days in Iran, I’ve prepared an itinerary on what not to miss while you’re here.

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3 Days in Shiraz – What Not to Miss!

Shiraz is hands down my favorite city in Iran. It seems to embody the whole vibe of the country in an astute way. Shiraz is the perfect mix of old and new, beauty and grunge, desert and oasis. With all the conveniences of a big city and all the charm of a village, Shiraz will feel like your Iranian home away from home.

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