With its outstanding cultural and natural tourist attractions, Iran, as a cradle of civilization, greatly enriches the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This list includes sites of cultural importance and natural wonders. Since 1979, 24 places in Iran have been recognized by UNESCO as the intangible cultural heritage sites, including the historical and cultural splendor of Persepolis, Chogha Zanbil, or Bam Citadel, to the natural wonders of Hyrcanian Forests and the Lut Desert. These 24 sites, which are scattered in every corner of the country, are considered as only some of the reasons why tourists should visit Iran. With Iranviva Group you can either choose any of the various tour packages provided beforehand by Iranviva Group or plan your own private tour packages and your desired itinerary to some of the most precious sites in Iran.
If you plan to visit Iran as your next destination, be with Iranviva Group that has provided numerous comprehensive articles about different tours to Iran offered by Iranviva and different cities of Iran you can visit. Here in this article Iranviva Group has brought the best places you can visit in Shiraz.
Words cannot express the beauty and elegance of the city of Shiraz, one of the cultural centers of Iran with its spectacular architecture. It is known as the city of nightingales and roses, the city of gardens and flowers, and the city of poetry. Shiraz with its peaceful and pleasant atmosphere, is the original land of Persia and the cradle of the greatest Persian Empires.
Let’s have a brief look at the tourist spots in the city of Shiraz that are definitely worth visiting at least once on your trip to Iran.
Pasargadae is a town located in 130km of Shiraz City in Fars Province. Pasargadae area is located at the north of Fars Province among Zagros Mounts. This complex includes antiquities going back to the middle age of the Paleolithic Era and Achaemenid Dynasty; however, most works in this area are memorial of Achaemenid Dynasty.There are different views for the meaning of Pasargadae. Some people believe that Pasargadae obtained its name from word “Pasargad” and some others believe that it has gotten its name from the name of Pasargadae meaning Pasargadae Tribe. According to some people, this name has been changed from Parseh Grad, meaning “Persian Territory”; however, no one could provide an exact meaning for it.To enjoy more about shiraz’s tour, we will introduce those ancient artifacts to you:
Cyrus’s Tomb and …