Tourism in Iran Faces Accommodation Challenges

Written by Rahman Mehraby. Posted in Iran Tourism

Kashan Old House of Ameries

These days, people in charge of tourism management in Iran have mentioned statistics like 200-240 percent growth in the number of incoming tourists to the country, which is a promising figure. Apart from happiness among those involved in this industry, there’s a serious concern in managerial levels about tourists’ accommodation in Iran. There are some decent hotels […]

Iran Tourism on the Rise

Written by Rahman Mehraby. Posted in Iran Tourism

People on Picnic in Esfahan's Imam quare

A lot of foreign travelers had started sending inquiries and booking hotel rooms with tour operators. Many have been from the countries whose international travelers had ceased choosing Iran in the recent years. Some new countries have joined to the list of Iran tourism fans. All of them had decided to visit Iran for its […]

Visit Mausoleum of Hafez, the Persian Poet in Shiraz

Written by Rahman Mehraby. Posted in Life

Tomb of Hafez, Persian Poet

Hafez is the 14th century poet of Iran who was born, lived and died in Shiraz. Iran was ruled by Ilkhanid era. Shiraz exceptionally escaped the devastation and massacre of foreign Mongol invaders. Yet, living was tough and difficult for the intellectuals who wanted to express themselves and criticize the ruling system. This led Hafez to […]

Visit Mausoleum of Saadi, The Persian Poet, in Shiraz

Written by Rahman Mehraby. Posted in Life

Saadi Mausoleum in a Persian Garden

The mausoleum of Saadi, known also as the tomb of Sa’dy or Sadiyeh, is one of the major tourist attractions of Shiraz. Huge number of Iranians and non-Iranians pay a visit to this burial place and show their respect to Saadi and interest in his works, prose and poems. This Iranian poet is a globally […]

Visit Vakil Mosque of Shiraz While Traveling in Iran

Written by Rahman Mehraby. Posted in Iran Tourism

Courtyard of Vakil Mosque, Zand Dynasty

Today, when you are traveling in Iran and visit Shiraz, Vakil Mosque is a must-see for both Iranians and non-Iranians visitors. Karim Khan, the founder of Zand dynasty in 18th century, built it as part of his grand development project in the heart of his capital city. The mosque is connected to Vakil Bazaar and […]

Visit Pars Muesum of Shiraz While Traveling in Iran

Written by Rahman Mehraby. Posted in Iran Tourism

Pars Museum in Shiraz

Pars Museum is a relatively small yet magnificent building constructed inside Nazar garden during late 18th century when Karim Khan Zand was in power in Shiraz, his capital city. It’s part of a royal project where several buildings were built for the administration of Zand court and the public use of Shirazi people. Other buildings […]