Tour of Iran cycling
Iran covers a wide zone of land that sees all four seasons, meaning sightseers can visit Iran all year round. In each season, there are numerous districts that one may visit and appreciate climate that’s reasonable for a variety of exercises. The most touristic cities of Iran are Tehran, Kashan, Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz, and Kerman. These places have better than average weather during spring and fall, making it the finest time to visit Iran. Be that as it may, amid these tall seasons, normally, it’s more swarmed than the rest of the year.
The cities on the south of Iran and also the beautiful islands of Qeshm, Hormoz, Kish are really hot during summer. Therefore, the best time to visit this hot region is during fall season and winter from September to March. The northern and northwest regions of Iran, such as Rasht, Anzali, Tabriz, and Ardebil, are extremely cold during fall and winter. However it could be a memorable experience to visit them during that time, during spring and summer is the best time to visit these regions
Traveling to Europe is very interesting. You can visit four countries in about half a day’s drive from Frankfurt to Paris. But Iran is her 18th largest country in the world, and its entire length cannot be traveled in half a day. The diversity of ethnicities and cultures you encounter on your Iran tour makes for an interesting experience and makes each region feel like its own country.
Persian art and history is popular, but lesser-known is its diverse ethnicity, culture, and diverse cuisine. We would like to show you the real Iran with Iran Culture Tour. Not only will you visit popular places you’ve already heard about, but you’ll also experience special moments that dive deep into the mysteries of this land. Experience adventures that many tourists from this country have never seen before!
People and Local Life
Iranians are known for their hospitality. Persian culture is intertwined with various rituals, beliefs and festivals. A wide range of local communities gives a sense of these diverse cultural spaces that have led to Iranian hospitality. These tours will give you a better understanding of Iranian culture from ancient times to the present day.
History and Archeology
Iranians are known for their hospitality. Persian culture is intertwined with various rituals, beliefs and festivals. A wide range of local communities gives a sense of these diverse cultural spaces that have led to Iranian hospitality. Our tours at Kental Travel will give you a better understanding of Iranian culture from ancient times to the present day.
Art and Architecture
From unique ancient handicrafts such as Persian rugs to beautiful mirror works and paintings found in Iranian architecture, you will be amazed by the beauty and diversity of art. Iran’s gardens and museums are also places where art and architecture intertwine, keeping both history and time alive. Kental Travel’s Iran Local Tours are designed to connect you with local art during your travels.
From diverse local cuisines to specialty Persian drinks and desserts, Iran is brimming with delicious food. The secret recipe has been passed down from generation to generation. The variety of meals makes it easy for travelers to enjoy fresh meals tailored to their tastes throughout Kental Travel’s Iran cultural tour.
The 6 Iran tours fit the Kental Travel Agency’s Classic Iran Tour destinations. These have been voted as Iran’s top tourist destinations. Home to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, these cities also display a wide range of ethnic, culinary and landscape diversity. Many other cities in Iran may also have tourist attractions, but these cities epitomize the essence of this country. Just get a taste of what this ancient civilization has to offer, and later You can go back and explore Iran’s off the beaten path.
Capital of Iran, Tehran is the most populous city in north-central Iran at the foot of the Alborz Mountains. In this metropolis, Iran’s modern present and probable future lies between family traditions and historic streets. And diversity is the most apparent scene of this city.
Kashan is a town of historic homes on the edge of the Dashte Kavir Desert, small but rich in culture and there are wonders to be discovered at every turn. A mud village oasis that takes you back in time. The bazaar is lined with beautiful Persian rugs and handicraft shops, and you’ll want to take many pictures.
Spreading along the Zayanderud River, Isfahan was once the historic capital of Iran. It is said that when you visit this city, you will visit “half the world”. It is home to the historic square of Naqshe Jahan with its stunning art and architecture of mosques, buildings and bazaars. A city with a historic bridge through the ancient times.
Feeling the presence of the Persian Empire and the world’s oldest civilization, Shiraz is a daring for tourists. From Persepolis and Pasargad to stunning mosques filled with colorful lights, Shiraz weaves through different eras, bringing out the diversity of Iranian culture in every corner.
The historic city of Yazd is located in the heart of central Iran. The history of the city dates back to the 5th century, when it was near the Silk Road. Yazd is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is a great example of how our ancestors used limited resources to survive in the desert.
Whether it’s the red sands of the beaches of Hormuz or the unusual sounds heard from the heart of Qeshm’s Valley of the Stars, many have believed that Iran’s southern islands are unique all over the world.