TRAVEL TO IRAN

Traveling to Iran is much less difficult, complicated and expensive than how you might think!

Currently an increasing number of people from all over the world is discovering the past and present richness of this country. “Small revolution” is how Irani people call the current process of letting the world start to know and appreciate their country. Be one of these people!

Amazing travel programs are available on demand and on an individual basis: cultural and historical tours, adventure travels on deserts and or mountains, summer or winter trekkings, geo and eco tourism trips.

For further information, hints, suggestions and details, please send a private email to andreana.crisci@gmail.com

If you prefer an already structured, well-prepared and fascinating travel program, go and take a look at these italian based, but also english speaking, wonderful programs:

  • a circuit along the Silk Road, among caravanserrais  and desert dunes:

 

DASHT-E LUT E BAM, IL DESERTO DELLA VIA DELLA SETA

  • a travel under the Persian star vault, which guided the Kings Magi:

 

ASTROLOGY  IN PERSIA

  • a tour of wonderful art cities together with a meeting with traditions of ancient nomad tribes:

CITTA’ D’ARTE E NOMADI DEI MONTI ZAGROS

  • the irrenouncable visit of major historical and artistic sites of Iran:

PERSIA CLASSICA E MILLENARIA

If you are a mountain lover, you cannot miss the spectacular Elburz mountain chain, which embraces at North the capital Teheran and separates it from the Caspian Sea. We organize weeks of slopes ski, alpin ski, ice-climbing, winter and summer trekking .

An example: the expedition to Damavand, the highest vulcano in Asia:

 

and travel with us!

 

The Gate of All Lands - The ruins of Persepolis, symbol of Persian might at its zenith, rise starkly today from a plain in southern Iran, set on a walled terrace near the foot of a mountain.
The monumental tombs in Naqsh-e-Rostam - Just a few kilometers north of Persepolis, the monumental tombs of Darius II, Artaxerxes I and Darius I were hewn into a rock cliff, called Naqsh-e-Rostam.
The lion and the bull, and the astronomy in Persepolis - The lion and bull combat is a recurrent theme among Persepolis sculptures.
Persepolis, a Greek name - 2.500 years after it was built, the ruines of Persepoli site, the greatest and impressive persian Achaemenid kings residence,

 

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