Make Persian Carpet Isfahan

Do you want to experience how the Persian Carpet is made from the beginning to the end? So Let us tell you about this activity more. If you search Haghighi carpet on a google you will get to know about this Family. So many Carpets in different Museums of Iran & Europe comes from this […]

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Zoroastrian Cuisine Tour

Tour Overview : Cuisine tour in Yazd – Zoroastrianism is one of the world’s oldest religions that remains active. It ascribed to the teachings of the Iranian-speaking prophet Zoroaster. Many aspects of Zoroastrianism are present in the culture and mythologies of the peoples of Greater Iran, not least because Zoroastrianism was a dominant influence on the […]

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Persian Traditional Bath Tehran

Tour Overview: Iranian Traditional bath (Hammam) was a communal space for washing, massage and debate, also. These monuments have a special architecture with several spaces including hot and cold baths, massage platforms, shaving areas, etc. Hot water was provided by underground aqueducts. However, today few of them are active and mostly visited as a tourism […]

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Persian Calligraphy Tour

Overview: Khoshnevisi (Calligraphy) is the art of forming and arranging letters, and decorating handwriting with a set of techniques to induce harmony and beauty with a special pen called ” Ghalam Ney” which is made of straw and special ink called ” Morakkab”. What to Expect In this unique experience of Calligraphy tour, you can […]

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Isfahan Qalamkari Tour

Tour Overview: Handicraft tour – Qalamkari (Persian handicraft) is the art of drawing with a pen on a cotton textile which started originally in the Sassanid era in Iran (almost 2500 years ago). As people needed faster textile production, former craftsmen began to make hand-painted or block-printed textiles with wooden stamps called Chit-Sazi. Only natural […]

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Isfahan Minakari Tour

Overview: One day tour in Iran – Enamel or Mina-Kari is the art of drawing with brushes and  fine needles on a metal dish, glass, ceramics, stone, or any other material that will withstand the fusing temperature. Craftsmen of Sasanied era invented this art and Mongols spread it to India and other countries. Only natural-mineral […]

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Kahak Cave 1-day tour

Qom salt lake and Kahak cave are two of the most beautiful places that are close to Tehran and easy to visit by tourists.

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Isfahan Naghshe Jahan Tour

Built by Shah Abbas I the Great at the beginning of the 17th century in Isfahan, and bordered on all sides by monumental buildings linked by a series of two-storeyed arcades, the site is known for the Royal Mosque, the Mosque of Sheykh Lotfollah, the magnificent Portico of Qaysariyyeh and the 15th-century Timurid palace. They […]

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Isfahan Free Walking Tour

Let’s know more about Silkroad and Bazaar in Isfahan Free walking tour. Tours Style: Walking in Bazar, free Appeal To: All travelers who like to see real Isfahan, explore like a local Availability: Everyday Departure Point: Meeting point will be explained after confirmation (usually it’s in Naghshe Jahan square) Finishing Point: Imam ali squire (kohne [...]
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Free Walking Tour in Tehran

It is a free Tehran tour! This means that we won’t charge you. All you need is to grab your backpack and walk with Abbas along the streets of Tehran. That’s how the journey begins. Abbas Hosseini who lives in Tehran and interested in culture and history, and also looking to share it with others. How it […]

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