Tehran | Northern Iran
14 Million people live in a capital without proper shops or nightlife to make this place a vivid one. Progress seems to have stagnated ever since the revolution in 1979 - a city caught in depression.
Isfahan | Central Iran
Entering Isfahan means entering the world's largest open-air museum. Whereever you go, worldclass ancient, islamic architecture leaves you speachless and impressed.
Yazd | Central Iran
Narrow alleyways, isolated streets, old-fashioned houses constructed with dirt and hay. This hidden gem is a true remainder of past times when the Zoroastrians and their cult of fire was predominant.