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Where to Stay: The 5 Best Hotels in Tabriz

Tabriz is the most populated city in northwestern Iran, one of the historical capitals of Iran and the present capital of East Azerbaijan province. It is the sixth most populous city in Iran. It is located in the Quru River valley, in Iran’s historic Azerbaijan region between long ridges of volcanic cones in the Sahand and Eynali mountains.

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Top 5-Star Hotels in Iran To Make Your Stay Comfortable

Iran is a perfect place for those people who love adventures. With stunning historical sites, delicious cuisine, beautiful handicrafts, wild mountains, and welcoming locals, Iran has something for everyone.  Iran offers a variety of accommodation options for tourists to choose from. Ranging from hostels, eco-lodges to the most palatial hotels in the world, with all the luxurious facilities you could ever imagine. The best part – a five-star hotel experience in Iran will not bust your budget! Rooms in 5-star hotels start from 40 EUR per night!

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Where to Sleep on Budget in Iran? (Iran Budget Hotels)

Traveling has nothing to do with lust for you and you don’t care a whit about hotels? Then this article is for you. Focusing on price, comfort, and cleanliness, this articles gives you a good start in choosing the right hotel.

In Iran, you’ll easily find many cheap hotels, called Mosaferkhane in Persian, that offer dorms for a few dollars per night (10-20$). If these places are suitable for backpackers, they would definitely repel the tourists. I considered a hotel as budget if it offers double rooms for less than 50$ a night.

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How Many Days to Visit Iran?

It’s a common question for those who plan their first trip to Iran: How many days to visit Iran? The very fact that you’re reading this article is that you are probably in the same situation. Let me help you. For sure, I could tell you that Iran is vast and has so many attractions that you would need at least 3 months to discover a minute amount of it. Personally, it’s more than one year that I live in Iran and I haven’t seen half of it.

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