Iran Historical Tour
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Iran Historical Tour

Being an old civilization, Iran has got a long history behind, which can be interesting for all the advocates of historical tours. There are many untold stories about the history of Iran you can only read on the ancient walls and underneath the enchanting domes. You will have the opportunity of surveying the pages of Persia’s history book by taking an Iran historical tour. 


The history of a country is a key to its culture and civilization. Knowing the history of a nation like Iran will help you understand the hazy and distinctive culture of the Iranians, the inhabitants of the mysterious oriental lands. Therefore historical tours of Iran will be definitely a chance to get familiar with the old land of Persia. So if you have planned to take an Iran historical tour, just make sure you will not lose this guide to Iran historical tours.

 

Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat: Khuzestan Province
Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat: Khuzestan Province

 

Iran is home to one of the world’s first civilizations with a 2500 year history behind. Known as the Great Persia, its historical and urban settlements date back to 7000 B.C. The German philosopher Hegel, mentions the Iranians as the first historical nation and its emperor, the first historical kingdom. There is no wonder if you can find many archeological sites in Iran historical tours, which will astonish you for sure. 

 

Vank Church, Isfahan
Vank Church, Isfahan

 

Being home to many civilizations, dynasties, and kingdoms, Iran offers so many capital cities that are all worth visiting. Kermanshah, Hamedan, Kerman, Persepolis, and Shiraz are just a few examples you will visit in your Iran historical tour. Having about twenty-five historical destinations listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Iran will be an amazing choice for your next historical tour. So if you are interested in visiting archeological sites, do not miss historical tours of Iran in no way. You will find some top Iran destinations below, where you can take your Iran historical tour.

 

Golestan Palace: Tehran
Golestan Palace: Tehran

 

Iran Historical Tours: Historical Destinations

Many historical tours in Iran will focus on some sample historical sites, such as Persepolis, Kerman Bam Citadel, Kashan historical mansions, Kermanshah Bisotoun Complex, Yazd Old Quarter, Isfahan historical palaces, mosques and bridges, and Shiraz historical buildings and gardens. Like all professional historical tours, our Iran historical tours will be accompanied by expert tour guides, knowledgeable in the history of Iran, who will help you hear the untold historical stories, echoed within the mud-brick walls of ancient Persia. Apart from the sites, you will also visit museums to see the historical items exhibited with full explanations. 
 

 

Persepolis Stone Reliefs
Persepolis Stone Reliefs

 

  • Persepolis

Dating back to 550-330 B.C., Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire. Favored by all historical tours in Iran, the site offers several ancient palaces, such as Apadana, Tachara, and Hadish palaces, decorated by majestic gates, huge pillars and terraces, amazing inscriptions, and stone reliefs. Respect, equality, prosperity, generosity, friendship, and kindness are some elements manifested in the stone reliefs, which will tell you much about the history of ancient Persia. 
 

 

The Statue of Hercules, Bisotoun
The Statue of Hercules, Bisotoun

 

  • Old Civilization of Kermanshah

Almost popular among all historical tours in Iran, Kermanshah- the old center of civilization- dates back historically to the Stone Age. New archaeological findings show that human beings inhabited in this region around one million years ago. The city was quite significant during the Sassanid dynasty in the 4th century A.D., to which the majority of Kermanshah famous rock carvings and rock reliefs belong. Bisotoun Complex and Taq-e Bostan are just two well-known historical sites of Kermanshah, hosting excellent historical stone inscriptions and rock reliefs. 
 

 

Ameri Historical House, Kashan
Ameri Historical House, Kashan

 

  • Historical Houses in Kashan

Kashan owns the reputation of offering the most amazing historical houses in the world. Each ancient house in Kashan manifests a unique architecture and interior design. A historical tour to Kashan is all about sitting in a time machine and surveying into the ancient eras. Borujerdi House, Tabatabaee House, Abbasi House, and Ameri House are just a few Kashan historical houses you will visit in your Iran historical tour.
 

 

Old Quarter (Fahadan), Yazd
Old Quarter (Fahadan), Yazd

 

  • Yazd Old Town

Being marked as the world’s second historical city, and listed in UNESCO World Heritage, Yazd is a must-see place in an Iran historical tour. The old quarter of the city is an amazing place to get a feel for the city’s rich history. You will definitely enjoy wandering around the labyrinthine, narrow lanes, and watching the original mud-brick architecture, historical texture, antique door latches, and tall badgirs.
 

 

Valik Historical Bathhouse, Shiraz
Valik Historical Bathhouse, Shiraz

 

  • Eye-catching Shiraz Sites

Not only a house to the great historical sites of Persepolis and Pasargadae, but Shiraz is also a historical, cultural city, attracting many Iran historical tours year-round. As the capital city of the Achaemenid Empire, the Safavid, the Buyid, and the Zand dynasties, Shiraz offers so many historical sites you will never forget. Arg-e Karim Khan, Narenjestan-e Ghavam, Vakil Complex, and the city’s beautiful Iranian gardens are just a few historical tourist attractions. 
 

 

Bam Citadel, Kerman
Bam Citadel, Kerman

 

  • Mud-Brick Kerman Citadels

Hosting a great number of historical attractions, Kerman is a perfect destination for the historical tours in Iran. The city became the capital of Iranian dynasties several times, therefore a great portion of Kerman tourism relies on its magnificent historical-cultural structure you will definitely enjoy visiting. Bam Citadel, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, is the world’s largest mud-brick structure. Rayen Citadel, a huge castle consisted of two alcoves, is the world’s second-largest mud-brick structure as well.
 

Naghsh-e Jahan Square, Isfahan
Naghsh-e Jahan Square, Isfahan

 

  • Isfahan: Half the World


What has made Isfahan be called “half the world” is the condensation of historical sites with unrivaled architecture such as amazing bridges, glorious palaces, and astonishing mosques with elegant minarets, which all have made the city a land to remember. Si-o Se Pol (Pol-e Khajou), Naghsh-e Jahan Square, and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque are some magnificent destinations visited by all Iran historical tours.


There are many historical tours available besides other Iran tours, where you can survey into the Persian history. Just apply for your Iran visa and leave the rest to us! We will provide you with a wonderful Iran historical tour you will never forget!

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