Iranian top 10 Foods (Best Persian food)

Iranian top 10 Foods (Best Persian food)

A visit to Iran yields a stunning variety of culinary delights. Between the familiar kebab and the decidedly outré grilled lamb’s testicles, there’s a vast spectrum of foods: caviar, pickle, and smoked fish in the north; samosas, falafel and hot and sour shrimp in the south; noodles, flatbread and rosewater-scented ice cream across the country. Take a look at Iran’s place on the map and it’s easy to understand why the scope of native foods is so wide. Once the center of the Persia...
Alone in Iran - Silvia’s backpacking experience in Iran

Alone in Iran - Silvia’s backpacking experience in Iran

Silvia, a half Norwegian/ American girl shares her trip experience to Iran in her travel weblog, which almost resembles her travelling diary but with a touch of her experiences and advices, especially for people who are still afraid to travel to Iran. Despite all of the comments she received about her decision to travel to Iran, and despite her amazement on how people could be so negative about a country with the world’s oldest civilization, nineteen UNESCO world heritage sites, flaunting the most beautiful landscapes with a diverse weather and nature, she had made up...
Alex and things you need to know before travelling to Iran

Alex and things you need to know before travelling to Iran

If we’re going to talk about the tips and suggestions and experiences Alex has to share with us on her travelling to Iran, we must first introduce her to you. Alex as she puts it, is a twenty something backpacker, full- time traveller to exceptional destinations. She has put her viewpoints, suggestions, tips and tricks on travelling to Iran in 11 categories. We’ll go briefly through these categories, and let you read all about her full list of 60 on her travel weblog. In her opinion the exi...
Why should we visit Iran in Ramadan?

Why should we visit Iran in Ramadan?

Due to religious customs and exaggerated news, the month of Ramadan has always been when the number of visitors to Iran and other countries of the region decreased. Lately and because of the flexibilities in the laws, the month of Ramadan is one more month for tourists who visit Iran. Restaurants and cafes on the highways will continue to serve drinks and meals to travelers. The restaurants of the hotels in all the cities of Iran will be open during the day to receive the tourists. And when it gets dark all the restaurants and cafes will open to welcome people who want to en...