Tehran, the capital of Iran, is the largest and most populous city in the country. A city that has been the capital for more than 200 years, with most of the important administrative, executive, and political decisions being made. Tehran, with an area of 2 square kilometers, is the beating heart of Iran and many of the economic, cultural, scientific, political aspects of the country are affected by its activities. For many, the Iranian capital is a city full of humor, strife, chaos, and never-ending pollution, but many call it a great place for progress, work, and prosperity.
There are two important towers in Tehran, one is the Azadi Tower which symbolizes the city and the other is Milad Tower which is one of the major attractions of the city. Tehran is also a major market for carpets and furniture products throughout the country. In the south of the capital, there is an oil refinery called the Tehran Refinery.
In Tehran and its suburbs, Zoroastrian religious sites such as mosques, churches, synagogues and fireplaces are located. The city was at the bottom of the list of most expensive capitals in the world in 2008. Tehran is also at the bottom of the list of most expensive cities in the world, based on the cost of living index
Tehran's climate is influenced by two mountain elements in the north and a plain in the south. The northern parts of Tehran, under the influence of the mountains are moderately humid and other areas more or less warm and dry. The most important source of precipitation in Tehran is the humid Mediterranean and Atlantic winds blowing from the west.
Shiraz is the capital of Fars Province and one of the oldest and most historic cities in our country. Shiraz neighbors are in north of Abadeh, east Fasa, Neyriz and Estahban. They form south of Firouzabad and west of Kazeroon.
The beauty of the Shiraz has made it famous for the city of flowers and poetry and the title of the bride of the Iranian cities. Numerous industrial factories and universities and monuments have made Shiraz famous. Tourism in the main industries of Shiraz and hotels in Shiraz hosts travelers, especially in the spring. Among the historical monuments and tourist attractions of Shiraz are Takht Jamshid, Apadana, Pasargadae, Arg Karim Khan Zand, Naqsh Rostam, Vakil Market, Vakil Bath, Valik Mosque, Shahcheragh Mosque, Nasir al-Molka Mosque, Khawaji Tomb, Band Amir, Tomb of Karim Khan Zand, Throne of Solomon's Mother (Abonasr Palace), Remains of the Old Mosque, Naqsh Rajab, Khatun Resurrection, Qaisariyeh, Eram Garden, Afifabad Garden, Narejestan And Pars Museum.
The average annual temperature of Shiraz is 18 ° C, annual precipitation is 337 mm and the number of frost days is 29 days. Shiraz is located in the temperate northern part of the country and the climate is cold but much cooler due to its high altitude than its adjacent parts, such as Kazeroon and Genoa. It is raining in the autumn, winter and early spring. Traditionally geographers have divided Fars into two parts: tropical and cold. Remember that the best time to travel to Shiraz is May. This month there is no news about the bustle of Nowruz or the heat of July and August.
In South of Iran, is a unique island in the waters of the Persian Gulf. Kish! The Pearl Trade Center. This island is full of palm trees, hummingbirds, cannabis, eucalypts, and just like any other island with coastal and temperate climates. Most of the rain falls on Kish Island in winter.
This tourist area has historical tourist attractions such as traditional Antarctic waters, Greek ships, the underground city of Kariz, the historic city of Harirah, and so on. Of course, one should not overlook Karting, the beach, the Dolphin Park, the Safari, the aquarium and other amusement attractions in Kish. Water resorts in Kish have a special place, such as the popular water resorts include Shuttle, Submarine Scooter, Fly Board, Cable Ski, Banana, Paracel. For those who are interested in shopping on the island there are many options, Olive, Campus 1 and 2, Paniz, Damon, Maryam, Pearl, Coral and more are examples of shopping malls in Kish.
If you want to travel to Kish by air, don't worry about vehicles. On this island you can ride luxury cars with the original certificate, national card, deposit (in cash or check) and enjoy driving on the island.
Kish is located in the southernmost parts of the country and, as you know, like all other parts of Hormozgan province, it has hot humid summers and favorable winters. The air temperature is usually 27 ° C and in very few cases it is above 32 ° C. In July and August the temperature of Kish Island reaches its peak. In January, February and March the weather is good enough that it is unfortunate that you do not plan to travel to this area.
Mashhad is a city of pilgrimage and tourism in the northeast of the country. Mashhad is the most important religious tourism hub of the country and the second most religious city in the world. Located next to the cities of Sarakhs, Dargaz, Chenaran and Neyshabur, having a common border with Afghanistan, Turkmenistan has given the city special military importance. Mashhad dates back to the fifth millennium BC, based on discoveries on the rare hill of Naderi. The city is home to Ariai tribes and derives its name from the holy shrine of Imam Reza.
the shrine of Imam Reza is a collection of sights. If you have enough time for pilgrimage to Mashhad, try to visit all parts of this great complex, especially visiting the Goharshad Mosque and Astan Quds Razavi Museums and its treasures. Alongside these, Mashhad offers you good options for walking around the city; traditional and new markets throughout the city, Mellat and Stone Mountain Parks, Vakilabad Forest Park, Nader Shah Afshar Tomb, Khaje Rabi Tomb, Gonbad Haronieh, the tomb of Ferdowsi, are part of these options.
Mashhad, along with its beauties, has many attractions in the surrounding villages and towns that are not to be missed. These include the Shandiz and Tarigha villages, the Neyshabur Wood Village, the Khayyam and Attar Tomb in Neyshabur, and the Chalidereh Dam Resort near Tarkabah.
Mashhad is located in the border region between north and south of Khorasan province and the interference of different climatic fronts has given it special climatic characteristics. Most of the Mashhad-Neyshabur plain is cold and arid, part of the Mashhad-Quchan plain is semi-arid and the other part of the highest elevations of the Binaloud Mountains is humid. These factors cause Mashhad to have a variable climate, but it is generally temperate and prone to cold and dry. The important river of Mashhad is the Kashafrod River. Mashhad has an annual rainfall of 253 mm.