Borujerd county capital in Lorestan province, western Iran. Among the cities of Iran, Borujerd is one of the oldest since the 9th century. In the Sassanid Empire, Borujerd was a small town near Nahavand. Borujerd attracted much attention during the Seljuk empire of the 9th and 10th centuries. It was a commercial and strategic city in the Zagros Mountains until the 20th century. In its golden age, during the Qajar dynasty (18th and 19th centuries), Borujerd was chosen as the capital of the Lorestan and Khuzestan region.

Today Borujerd is the second largest city in Lorestan and the main industrial, tourist and cultural center of the region. The city has preserved its ancient architecture and way of life, mainly thanks to the mosques, bazaars and houses built during the Qajar era. Its inhabitants are mainly of Lur origin, but there is a minority of Laks who also live in Borujerd and speak Laki, such as the Balavand, Ghisavand, Shahivand.

Shiraz, the city of poets in love and Bitter orange blossoms!

Shiraz is one of the popular tourist cities in Iran that attracts domestic and foreign tourists yearly. In April, spring orange blossoms with a pleasant fragrance turn the entire city into a paradise. Shiraz is one of Iran’s most valuable tourist areas due to its historical, natural, and cultural reasons. For more information about the admirable city of Shiraz, stay with Sito travel agency.

Introducing the city of Astara

Astara, city of clay roofs in Iran!

Astara is the northernmost city of Gilan province, located on the border of Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan. This city is located southwest of the Caspian Sea and north of Talesh city. It is a customs border and a commercial port for economic connections with Iran’s northern neighbors. The distance from this city to Ardabil is about 80 km, to Rasht is about 170 km and to Tehran is about 480 km. The customs facilities related to the import of Russian goods and the export of Iranian goods have been factors in the growth and development of Astara and its transformation into a city. The people of this city deal with commercial and customs work, especially in clothing, horticulture, rice cultivation, and fisheries.

Introduction of Filband village

Filband village, The sea of the ​​clouds!

Mazandaran province in the north of Iran is one of the essential tourist destinations on the shores of Caspian Sea. The village of Filband in the heights of Chelaw is considered one of this province’s pristine and beautiful areas. This village has an ocean of clouds under its feet due to its location in the heights of the Alborz mountain range, which acts as a barrier against the clouds from the Caspian lake. Filband’s cloudy sea is this excellent area’s main attraction, attracting many tourists every year.

Introducing the Lahijan city

Lahijan, the bride of the Iranian cities!

The lovely city of Lahijan is one of the most attractive tourist areas in the north of Iran, with a rich history and full of incredible untouched landscapes. This city is located in Gilan province and the south of Caspian Lake (the largest lake in the world). Lahijan is located 40 km east of Rasht and 60 km west of Ramsar. Also, it’s distance from Tehran (the capital of Iran) is about 300 km. The population of this city is about 110,000 people.

Lahijan, which is known as “The bride of Iran’s cities,” “the land of fragrant tea,” and “the city of Bitter orange,” is located in a smooth and plain environment, and its proximity to the Caspian Lake causes this city beautiful and rich in terms of climate. The average height of this city is about 94 meters above sea level. It is interesting to know that Lahijan was conquered by “Uljaito” in the early 14th century in 1305 and later became the capital of the “Kiaian” government.

Presenting the city of Ferdows

Ferdows, The Paradise of Persia

Ferdows city is one of the northeastern cities of Iran and South Khorasan province. This city is located at a distance of 345 km south of Mashhad and 195 km northwest of Birjand and on the main route connecting Yazd, Kerman, Isfahan, and Fars provinces to Mashhad. The height of city is 1293 meters above sea level. The population of this city is about 30,000 people. This city was known as Toon until 1308 and is known for its history and products such as pomegranate and saffron.

History of Ferdows city

The city of Ferdows holds a rich history. Archaeological investigations and the existence of ancient areas and hills prove the prosperity of this region before Islam. Some discoveries in Ferdows city by archaeologists date back to the third millennium AD, and since then, things from the first millennium, the Sassanid era, and various Islamic periods have been found, which indicate the continuity of life in different periods in this city.

Introduction of Chabahar port

Chabahar, a missing piece of Iran’s tourism puzzle!

When it arrives to important tourist cities in Iran, everyone’s mind proceeds to cities like Shiraz, Isfahan, Yazd, Mashhad, Kish, or northern cities. This is even though the beauty of Iran is’t only limited to these cities; there are different and attractive destinations in every corner of Iran that can get you an exciting and gratifying trip. One of these destinations is the beautiful city of Chabahar in southeast Iran. Chabahar is a port city with unique natural attractions that can’t be seen anywhere else in Iran.
Chabahar port is the center of Sistan and Baluchistan province. This port is located on the coast of the Makran Sea and the Indian Ocean.
This city is significant due to its strategic location, which is the closest way for the landlocked countries of Central Asia to access open waters, and a lot of construction and investment takes place in it. This including the building of a port and increasing the loading capacity of ocean-going ships (in Chabahar Bay), the construction of a railway to Central Asia, and the construction of an international airport. Chabahar port is one of the most important crossroads of the North-South corridor of global trade.

Introducing Zanjan

Located in the northwest of Iran in a mountainous area at 1663 meters above sea level, it is the capital of the province of Zanjan, as well as an important city due to its position on the transit route to Turkey and Europe. As a geographical unit, Zanjan Province connects the Azerbaijani Plateau with the Qazvin Plain, with a slight slope. Zanjan has always been one of the most important agricultural centers in the country and among its crafts, handmade knives are very popular. The province has many natural and historical attractions.

Sistan and Baluchistan

One of the provinces located in the southeast of Iran and the third largest in terms of area. The province bordering Afghanistan and Pakistan. The name Baluchistan means land of the Baluchis and the term Sistan comes from the Sakastana which means land of the Sakas, that is, the Scythians. The Scythians had dominated the region since the first millennium BC. In this province, there are forests and deserts, and its climate is hot and dry. Lake Hamun is the largest freshwater lake in Iran, located in Sistan and Baluchistan. The crafts and souvenirs of the province include; carpets, rugs and pottery. The ancient monuments and attractions of Sistan and Baluchistan are ancient castles, natural caves, Martian mountains, rocky shores and pink lakes.


Zabol is the capital of the district of the same name, in the province of Sistan and Baluchistan, and on the border with Afghanistan. Zabol is located near Lake Hamún and the region is irrigated by the Hirmand River. Lake Hamún is a seasonal lake that is usually dry. The inhabitants of Zabol are mainly Persians who speak a variant of the Persian language called Sistani, very similar to Dari, also known as Afghan Persian. In addition, there lives in this region a minority that speaks Baluchí, a language from southeastern Iran. Zabol is connected by road to Zaranj, across the border from Afghanistan. The Delaram-Zaranj Highway provides highway connections to other parts of Afghanistan.