• Iranian Culture

    Enjoy Iranian culture in Tehran

    For whom interested in Iranians’ art such as cinema, theater, galleries, or concerts, Tehran would be a great stage with many facilities for art lovers. Long lines of Tehranis standing in ques for festivals…

    November 29, 2016
  • Iranian Cuisine Iranian Culture

    Sweets in Iran

    According to a three-thousand years old legend, King Jamshid discovered sugar on Nowruz and the both words of candy and sugar are derivatives of the Farsi words respectively called Qand and Shekar. Regarding the…

    November 23, 2016
  • Iranian Culture

    How to haggle in Iran

    If you are traveling to Iran and like every tourist, you are eager to fill your luggage with Persian rugs or handmade enameled copper plates, it essential to learn how to haggle. Iran is…

    November 21, 2016
  • Iranian Culture

    Iran, epitome of carpet weaving

    Fondness for Persian rug was common since the earliest periods of rug weaving among who were able to access to finely crafted carpets produced in the Persian Empire. However, it became more obtainable for…

    November 19, 2016
  • Iranian Cuisine

    Best Iranian souvenirs

    Our everyday life in Iran is filled with numbers of things that could be great examples of what we like or how we live. Therefore, it is not difficult to get in our shoes…

    November 14, 2016
  • Iranian Ceremonies

    Iranian ceremonies – Part 2

    In our previous post, we have talked about events in Iran including Nowruz, Ramazan, and Charshanbe Suri. Now you can read about some other famous ceremonies.   Yalda Night When Sun reaches the farthest…

    November 9, 2016
  • Iranian Ceremonies

    Iranian ceremonies

    One of the great things about travel to another country is that you find out what kind of ceremonies there are. Ceremonies and special days are good examples of a country’s culture that are…

    November 7, 2016