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10 Best Places to Visit in Iran

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Top Ten Best Places To Visit In Iran

Top Ten Best Places To Visit In Iran

10. Mashhad
9. Qom
8. Kerman
7. Kandovan
6. Tabriz
5. Yazd
4. Sari
3. Shiraz
2. Esfahan
1. Tehran

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Exploring Tehran - Top Things to do & Tips (Inside Iran, Episode 01)

In the first episode we explore Tehran and show you the best things to do in Tehran on and off the tourist path paired with food recommendations and tips how to get around.
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As for many tourist visiting Iran, the capital Tehran has been our first stop and introduction to the country. We used our time in the city to explore the best things to do in Tehran by focussing on attractions and spots that are interesting for younger travelers paired with important historic landmarks.

Beside typical tourist attractions we wanted to see what the real Iran is like and reached out to local friends for further recommendations. This way we got to go to places locals use to hangout, have a coffee or simply relax from the hustling and bustling city center. We used various local transport options and explain how you can get around on the cheap. Last but not least we give a few recommendations for typical persian dishes you should try when visiting.

This part of the trip was executed within 1,5 weeks - following I list all the places I visited & Things to do in Tehran:
- Azadi Tower
- Golestan Palace
- Ivan Cafe, Sam Cafe, Reera Cafe, Saboos Cafe
- Sofre Kuhne (Ferdowsi Sq.))
- Tochal & Bam e Tehran
- Grand Bazaar & Tajrish Bazaar
- Former US Embassy Tehran & Den of Espionage
- Honarmandan Park
- Sa’dabad Complex
- Milad Tower
- Negarestan Garden
- Masoudiyeh Palace
- National Garden
- Moghadam Museum

This video is part of „Inside Iran“ - a documentary series introducing you to popular and unknown sights / things to do in Iran as well as the Persian cuisine and the super friendly locals we met on our trip from Tehran to Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd. With this series I want to create a better understanding of the country and it’s people without focussing on politics or religion.

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Don't go to Iran - Travel film by Tolt #4

One advice: never set foot on Iranian soil. Please watch this video until the end to be sure to understand.

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34 incredibly beautiful reasons to visit Iran | Places to visit in Iran | Iran Tourist Attractions

34 incredibly beautiful reasons to visit Iran | Places to visit in Iran | Iran Tourist Attractions
1. House of Poems, Shiraz
2. Ali Qapu, Isfahan
3. Arg-e Karim Khan, Shiraz
4. Borj-e Azadi, Tehran
5. Badab-e Surt springs
6. Boroujerdi-ha House, Kashan
7. Carpet workshop, Shiraz
8. Bagh-e Dolat Abad, Yazd
9. Emarat-e Badgir, Tehran
10. Eram Gardens, Shiraz
11. Forough-Al-Mulk House, Shiraz
12. Jameh Mosque, Yazd
13. Kordasht Bath, Julfa
14. Maranjab salt lake, near Kashan
15. Maranjab sands, near Kashan
16. Maranjab snows
17. Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque, Shiraz
18. Niavaran Palace, Tehran
19. Palace of Ardashir, south of Shiraz
20. Royal Palace of Cyrus, Pasargadae
21. Tomb of Cyrus the Great, Pasargadae
22. Persepolis (Takht-e Jamshid), northeast of Shiraz
23. Shah Mosque (Imam Mosque), Isfahan
24. Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Isfahan
25. Sheikh Safi al-Din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble, Ardabil
26. 33 pol (Si-o-se Pol, Bridge of 33 Spans) or Allahverdi Khan Bridge, Isfahan
27. Sultan Amir Ahmad Bath, Kashan
28. St. Thaddeus Monastery, near Maku
29. Tabatabaei House, Kashan
30. Timcheh, Kashan
31. Tomb of Hafez, Shiraz
32. Vakil Bath, Shiraz
33. Vakil Mosque, Shiraz
34. Vank Cathedral, Isafan

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Best of traveling Iran, Inside Iran (Trailer)

I traveled through Iran independently for 4 weeks together with my friend David and came back with incredible memories and experiences - this is the best of & trailer of my new video series called „Inside Iran“.
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For a few years traveling to Iran has been a dream of mine - this year I finally pulled the trigger and asked my friend David to join me on a trip to the middle east to a country which doesn’t have the best reputation internationally…but we wanted to see it for ourselves after hearing many good things from friends who have visited before.

The trip to and through Iran ended up being one of my most memorable experiences ever - first and foremost because of the friendly locals and their hospitality but also due to the impressive sights and landscape we got to see. With this video and the following series I want to create a better understanding of the country and it’s people without focussing on politics or religion.

This video is the trailer for „Inside Iran“ - a documentary series introducing you to popular and unknown sights / things to do in Iran as well as the Persian cuisine and the super friendly locals we met on our trip from Tehran to Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd.

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The Weirdest Rules of Iran

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The State Department may not think it’s a great idea, but you can still totally travel to Iran. Most people there are quite friendly, and if sand is your thing, the country itself can be stunningly beautiful. Just don't dance!

1. It’s Like ‘Footloose’ Over There
Western music is strictly forbidden; no tapping, dancing, head bobbing, or anything of the sort is allowed in public. A group of young Iranians were actually sentenced to 91 lashes and jail time for dancing to Pharell’s “Happy”.

2. Getting Away With Murder
According to the Iranian legal system, if you commit murder, you could get off scot free if you have enough money to settle with the family. Usually, the price paid for murdering a woman is half that of murdering a man.

3. No Touching!
Even if you’re married, just holding hands in public can be considered an incredible breach of etiquette. Touching between non-married, non-family is strictly forbidden, so don’t extend a handshake while there.

4. No Wild Animal Sex
It’s completely illegal to have sex with wild animals. But isn’t that a perfectly normal law? Of course! However, it is legal to make love to domesticated animals. That’s just good sense; you don’t know where wild animals have been.

5. Headgear Is Mandatory
The Iranian government legally enforces women to wear a hijab in public, including a roosari, manteau or chador.
Even the mannequins in Iran must have their heads and curves “appropriately” covered.

6. It’s the Nose Job Capital of the World
Despite the ban on fashion magazines, vanity is alive and well in Iran. In fact, the country has the highest rate of rhinoplasty on the planet. They have seven times as many nose job procedures as Americans.

7. Alcohol is Illegal
However there are some locals that still enjoy a nip of the good stuff from time to time, just like in the days of the American Prohibition.

8. Cutting Ties
If you’re on a business trip to Iran, you might want to leave the suit and tie at home. There is an official guideline not to wear these symbols of Western business.

9. Watch Your 'Do
Having any kind of weird or unorthodox haircut is strictly outlawed, In fact, Iran’s Cultural Ministry published a list of approved hairstyles to eliminate Western hairstyles like ponytails, mullets, and spiky ‘dos.

10. Getting Away with Rape
Though the vast majority of the country’s people are decent, awful things do happen in Iran. When sexual assault occurs, the burden is placed on the woman to prove that she actually was raped and if she cannot adequately prove it, she may be charged with adultery which is a capital crime.

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Iran - 10 days trip (2018)

10 days traveling throught Iran's highlights: Tehran, Shiraz, Kaluts & Kerman, Yazd, Isfahan and Kashan.

Traditional Isfahan - Things to do & Tips (Inside Iran, Episode 02)

Out trip through Iran continues with the traditional town of Isfahan where we try some local dishes and show you cool things to do in Isfahan as well as the impressive attractions.
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Compared to Tehran, our last stop, Isfahan is more traditional and conservative. This is why you can visit quite a few monumental sights here. We took 2 days to try the local cuisine and explore the best things to do in Isfahan such as roaming the world's second largest square, smoke shisha or visit the big mosques.

Due to it's centralized structure and the numerous parks Isfahan is a great city to explore for tourists - all major attractions can be found in and around the huge Naqsh-e Jahan Square.

We reached out to the local Couchsurfing community to get in touch with locales who could give us tips beyond the typical tourist sites - it didn't take long until Shayan reached out and offered us to show us his Esfahan. This way we got to see places and eat at restaurants we normally wouldn't have found ourselves. In this video We give a few recommendations of places to visit in Isfahan and typical persian dishes you should try when visiting.

This part of the trip was executed within 3 days - following I list all the places I visited & Things to do in Isfahan:
- Naqsh-e Jahan Square
- Masjed-e Shah / Shah Mosque
- Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
- Ali Qapu Palace
- The Imperial Bazaar of Isfahan
- Abbasi Hotel
- Samboose & Faloodeh
- Promenade & Parks
- Shahrzad Restaurant
- Saba Hotel
- Chehel Sotoun Palace
- Esfahan Old Town & Streets
- Si-o-seh Pol

This video is part of „Inside Iran“ - a documentary series introducing you to popular and unknown sights / things to do in Iran as well as the Persian cuisine and the super friendly locals we met on our trip from Tehran to Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd. With this series I want to create a better understanding of the country and it’s people without focussing on politics or religion.

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Iran is an Islamic republic on the Persian (Arabian) Gulf with historical sites dating to the Persian Empire. Tehran is the capital of the country.

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Diverse Shiraz - Top Things to do & Tips (Inside Iran, Episode 03)

On the 3rd stop of our Iran trip we explore the diverse city of Shiraz - we show you cool things to do in Shiraz, try some Iranian fast food and visit historic Persepolis.
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Shiraz is often referred to as the Cultural Capital of Iran or the city of gardens as it is home to many important poets and offers some beautiful gardens. More than that it used to be the actual capital of Persia for quite some time and therefore offers an interesting mix of sights.

We used our time in the city to explore the best things to do in Shiraz by focussing on attractions and spots that are interesting for younger travelers paired with important historic landmarks such as Persepolis or the Karim Khan citadel. But we also got to try some Iranian fast food and traditional vegetarian dishes to show you the whole spectra of Persian cuisine.

During our 4 days is Shiraz we experienced some very impressive sights such as the colorful Nasir ol Molk mosque in the early morning or the Shah Cheragh at night. Beside typical tourist attractions we wanted to see what the real Iran is like and reached out to local friends for further recommendations. This way we got to go to places locals use to hangout, have a coffee or simply relax.

This part of the trip was executed within 4 days - following I list all the places I visited & Things to do in Shiraz:
- Vakil Mosque
- Vakil Bazaar
- Karim Khan Citadel
- Shah Sheraq Mosque & Holy Shrine
- Nasir ol Molk Mosque
- Eram Garden
- Chamran Grand Hotel
- Fallodeh
- Tomb of Hafez
- Haft Khan Restaurant
- Persepolis
- Qavam Restaurant

This video is part of „Inside Iran“ - a documentary series introducing you to popular and unknown sights / things to do in Iran as well as the Persian cuisine and the super friendly locals we met on our trip from Tehran to Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd. With this series I want to create a better understanding of the country and it’s people without focussing on politics or religion.

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IRAN TRAVEL VLOG - The REAL Tehran 2017

**Watch in HD and Full Screen for the Total Tehran Experience! Also, The ending is the best part!!! Don't miss it!**
Follow me around Tehran, Iran from April 7th-30th, 2017 in my new Tehran Iran 2017 Travel Vlog as I visit my extended family, eat delicious food, and head to local tourist attractions like Tabiat Bridge, Tajrish Square, Chitgar Lake, and more! Please Like this video by clicking the thumbs up button, leave me a comment, share with your friends, and subscribe to my channel for more videos! For my 2015 Travelogue, click here: See full details below:

If you live in the West, you've likely heard mostly negative things about Iran, and it's been over 30 years that U.S.-Iran relations have been more than a little strained. But the images you see on TV don't reflect what life in Iran is truly like. In the course of conversation, someone recently asked me when the last time I went to an amusement park was, and I said I think it was on my 2012 trip to Iran, to which he responded, Wow, there are amusement parks in Iran?! I had no idea. I've also read comments underneath online articles about Iran saying things like the people there all want to blow us up the babies are being raised to be terrorists all they care about is their religion and killing....but you'll see that the people there are just like us. They care (for better or for worse!) about how their selfies turned out, how many likes their photo got on Instagram, eating good food, and spending time with family and friends. They have malls, amusement parks, and even rap music!

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Mahan Zed: Hip Hip Hooray


Ahdieh: Soltaneh Ghalbha


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Travel to IRAN, Tourism attractions of IRAN

In this video, different climates of IRAN will be introduced. Also, some of the main attraction and landmarks are shown as well.
At first, we will visit Tehran. Azadi sq. and Milad tower, the tallest tower in Iran, and the valiasr street, the longest street in the middle east.
Then we go to Shiraz and visit Persepolis, Tomb of Hafez, tomb of saadi.
Then we will visit Isfahan, Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Khaju Bridge, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque.
Then we go to The Dry Climate of Yazd city and then we fly to the humid climate of mazandaran in northern part of Iran.

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Tehran Persian: تهران – Tehrān‎‎ is the capital of Iran and Tehran Province. With a population of around 9 million in the city and 16 million in the wider metropolitan area,[3] Tehran is the largest city and urban area of Iran, the second largest city in Western Asia, and the 3rd largest in the Middle East. It is ranked 29th in the world by the population of its metropolitan area.[4]

In the Classical era, part of the present-day city of Tehran was occupied by a Median city which in the Avesta occurs as Rhaga.[5] It was destroyed by the Mongols in the early 13th century, and remains now as a city in Tehran Province, located towards the south end of the modern-day city of Tehran.

Tehran was first chosen as the capital of Iran by Agha Mohammad Khan of the Qajar dynasty in 1796, in order to remain in close reach of Iran's territories in the Caucasus, at that time still part of Iran, and to avoid vying factions of previous Iranian dynasties. The capital has been moved several times throughout the history, and Tehran is the 32nd national capital of Iran.

The city was the seat of Qajars and Pahlavis, the two last imperial dynasties of the country. It is home to many historical monuments, such as the royal complexes of Golestan, Saadabad, and Niavaran, as well as the country's most important governmental buildings of the modern period.

Large scale demolition and rebuilding began in the 1920s, and Tehran has been subject of mass migration of people from all over Iran, since the 20th century.[6]

The most famous landmarks of the city include the Azadi Tower, a memorial built during the Pahlavi period, and the Milad Tower, the world's 17th tallest freestanding structure which was built in 2007. The newly built Tabiat Bridge is considered as the 3rd symbol of the city.[7]

Majority of the people of Tehran are Persian-speaking people who identify themselves as Persians,[8][9] and roughly 99% of the population understand and speak Persian; but there are also populations of other Iranian ethnicities such as Azerbaijanis, Armenians, Lurs, and Kurds who speak Persian as their second language.[10]

Tehran is served by the Mehrabad and Khomeini international airports, a central railway station, the rapid transit rail system of Tehran Metro, as well as trolleybus and BRT systems, and has a huge network of highways.

There have been plans to relocate Iran's capital from Tehran to another area; due mainly to air pollution and the city's exposure to earthquakes.

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Iran Travel Tips for Backpacking Iran (Inside Iran Special)

After backpacking through Iran we tell you some of our Iran travel tips in this video and provide many more information for preparing your own trip on my blog.
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After showing you around the sights and attractions in Iran in my Video Series I want to give you some tips and insights about traveling Iran independently in this episode. For this I sat down with my buddy David in a Café in Shiraz during our trip and answered some of the most frequent questions we got.

Of course we only covered a few topics with out iran travel tips in this session, there are many more essential tips and insights you need to be aware of before backpacking in Iran. Make sure to check out the related guide to come prepared!

This video is part of „Inside Iran“ - a documentary series introducing you to popular and unknown sights / things to do in Iran as well as the Persian cuisine and the super friendly locals we met on our trip from Tehran to Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd. With this series I want to create a better understanding of the country and it’s people without focussing on politics or religion.

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Top 10 Countries where Every Indian Feel Rich | Countries to Travel in Cheap

Traveling is everyone one's wish but it is put aside when there is less or limited money. We present you countries where the value of Indian currency to rupees is too low that you can travel with less expense and hotels. This will make you feel rich. One another place which Indians feel rich is Iran, but make sure to have safety precautions before you go there.यात्रा हर किसी की इच्छा है लेकिन कम या सीमित धन होने पर इसे अलग रखा जाता है। हम आपको ऐसे देश पेश करते हैं जहां भारतीय मुद्रा का मूल्य रुपये कम है, आप कम खर्च और होटल के साथ यात्रा कर सकते हैं। यह आपको अमीर महसूस करेगा।
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