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Once you have arrived in Iran, you will find that there are plenty of tourist sites to keep you busy. While the country is not a mainstream destination for the average tourist, those who have an adventurous spirit will love everything that this ancient country has to offer.
The Golestan Palace used to be the home of Qajar dynasty and the complex dates back to the Safavid dynasty. The Palace has been influenced by the west but is strong in traditional architecture and it should be high on the ‘must-see’ list for any visitor.
A trip to Esfahan is a must if you want to see one of the world’s largest public squares. Mosques and palaces line the edge of the square. There are gardens here for you to explore as well as other attractions. The square has achieved UNESCO World Heritage status.
While you are exploring Tehran you might want to call in at the National Jewels Museum. The country’s rulers in ancient times were known for their extravagance. The museum exhibits some of the most opulent items from the country’s history. One particular exhibit is a world globe that has been created from more than 50,000 precious stones.
Make the most of your car rental by spending some time exploring the city of Esfahan. The bridges here date back to the 1600s. The Si-o-She Bridge has 33 arches and the Khaju Bridge has two levels. Car hire in Iran will also be useful if you want to visit places like Kerman. This was originally a military outpost and has since been an important trading post for those who are travelling to and from India. There are several museums here as well as a great bazaar and beautiful mosques.
One thing that most tourists do take the opportunity to do is pick up a Persian rug (or two!). There are bazaars in all the main cities that have dozens of different vendors selling good quality Persian rugs. Haggle on the price and take home a bargain!
If you want to do something very unusual while you are here, why not consider a bit of skiing? It is not the most obvious country to visit if you like winter sports but it is definitely growing in popularity in Iran. There are four downhill skiing resorts near Tehran and it is a very cheap sport to take part in when you compare the cost to skiing in Iran. The best time to visit for skiing is between November and March.