City of Shiraz

Known as The City of Roses, Shiraz is synonymous with poetry, flowers and wine (which might surprise visitors, given the nationwide alcohol ban). It’s long been one of the Islamic world’s most celebrated cities, and that means there’s plenty to see. Read more...

City of Isfahan

Isfahan is a city of unrivalled beauty and splendour. Naqhs-e Jehan Square, the second largest square in the world, brings to mind other historic sites, such as Istanbul and the Taj Mahal.  Be sure to visit its lush gardens and fountains, bustling bazaars, and its extravagant series of palaces, mosques, and Islamic architecture Read more...

City of Yazd

It is believed that Marco Polo once travelled through Yazd.  As one of the country’s oldest cities, Yazd is still characterised by winding lanes, wind towers, earth-sculpted buildings and an evocative atmosphere of ages past. Don’t miss your chance to visit the princely Amir Chakhmaq Complex. Read more...

The Ultimate Guide to the City of Tehran

The city of Tehran is Iran's capital city and is hugged by the beautiful Alborz Mountains. While at first glance it appears to be just another concrete jungle, once you start scratching the city's surface, you'll realise how much it has to offer. Read more...

City of Kashan

If you are looking for a more laid-back vibe, you will love the oasis city of Kashan. This area features lavish 19th-century building works, constructed during the illustrious Qajar era. The covered bazaar is atmospheric, and full of locally produced pottery and rugs. For a special treat, visit in April, when the many rose bushes are in full bloom. Read more...

City of Kerman

Surrounded by dramatic desert and mountain scenery, the ancient city of Kerman is a beautiful blend of history and a rich cultural heritage. Dating back to the third century, Kerman made a name for itself with its elaborate carpet designs that are still sought after today. Read more...

City of Hamadan

It's not often that you can say you have visited one of the ancient world's greatest cities. Dubbed the capital of Persian civilisation and culture, the city of Hamadan is one of the oldest centres in Iran and the world. Located at the foot of the Alvand Mountain and once part of the Silk Road, a visit here will take you back in time and let you explore Hamadan's glory days.Top 5 Things To Do in Hamadan Read more...

Sightseeing in Tehran

Darya-e Noor
When it comes to diamonds, the Darya-e Noor, which translates to ‘”sea of light,” is one of the most celebrated pieces among the Persian Crown Jewels. Mounted on an elaborate frame, the 186-carat pale pink, table-cut diamond is also considered to be one of the largest cut pink diamonds in the world. Read more...

Persian Food - A Taste of Iran

Persian food is really special and one of the best features of the Iranian culture. The dishes mainly consist of rice and stew, and at times the stew is mixed with the rice. Some of the most popular ones are Khoresh bademjan (eggplant stew), koresh gheymeh, loubiya polo (rice mixed with a beef and green beans stew), Zereshk polo (with chicken) and many more. Read more...

Where to Eat in Tehran

More and more modern restaurants have been opening in Tehran during the past 5 years. You can choose from a wide range of international food to traditional Persian food in different areas of Tehran. Although the more high-end and international cuisines are concentrated in the north of Tehran (up town). Read more...

The Art Scene in Tehran

There are many cultural activities you can do while in Teharn. The Art gallery scene is quite popular with many up and coming young Iranian artists raising Iranian Art profile in the Middle East and also worldwide. Some artists works like Moshiri's can fetch up to 100,000 US $. We have hand selected a few for you. Read more...

Shopping in Tehran

Shopping in Tehran has come a long way since 10 years ago. Nowadays you can shop in the old city centre such as the Manouchehri st. which is "The place" for antiques and also find yourself in modern and arty shops such as Zeen in uptown Dubai style shopping malls. Read more...

Good to Know Before You Travel to Iran

Most people travelling to Iran have many questions and some per-conceived ideas which we have tried to address in this section. Read more...

Dos and Don'ts in Iran

One of the key things to know about before traveling to Iran is that Iran is an Islamic country and there are quite some differences in rules and regulations that one should be aware of before packing his or her suitcase. Read more...

Off the Beaten Track

If you love nature and love discovery off the beaten track there are many places you can visit during your trip to Iran. There are quite a few small and niche adventure travel companies which we can recommend. Read more...

Ro Nature - Adventure Tourism in Iran

If you are an explorer with a sense for adventure, then we have the best team for you to take the leap of faith into Iran's most beautiful nature. Ro Nature is the answer. Read more...