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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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Iran in Depth

A Brief City Guide to Less known Destinations in Iran

Iran is a home to one of the world’s oldest civilizations, Iranian history is as stormy as it gets, With so many historical places to visit in Iran, traveling all around the country you can soak in every period and delve into the nation’s tangled past, Be in a mosque, a palace or a bazaar, Iranian buildings are finely decorated and glow with ornamental elegance. Each province, each city, each village has its own history, Different cities different stories. now we are here to introduce the less known destinations in Iran which are very unique and special and really worth a visit.

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10 Things to See and Do in Qeshm and Hormuz

The name “Iran” is likely to conjure up images of ancient historical ruins, magnificent grand mosques, and awe-inspiring architecture. But few would associate islands or beaches with this destination when, in fact, it has some of the most breathtaking, pristine, and secluded shores along its southern coast. Dolphin-shaped Qeshm, the largest of the Persian Gulf islands, has rightfully earned the nickname “the island of seven wonders” as it contains a world of natural marvels. Just northeast lies the pint-sized Hormuz, which packs quite a punch in and of itself. Get off the beaten path and discover Iran as you’ve never seen it with these 10 things you must see and do in Qeshm and Hormuz.

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From Christmas To New Year, Where To Visit In Iran?

While much of the world is recovering from Christmas festivities and busy preparing for New Year’s Eve celebrations, things in Iran are a bit quieter during the holiday season, actually making it one of the best times to visit. Iranians like to say that in the winter, you can ski in the snow-capped mountains of the Alborz before hopping on a plane and going swimming in the warm waters of the Persian Gulf in under two hours, a fact that makes travel in Iran rather remarkable. With that, here are our recommendations on some of the best spots in Iran to spend your winter break.

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