When it comes to travel to Iran, it’s sometimes hard to find valid and reliable information… Travel guides are often not up to date, finding information about some places on the Internet is very challenging, not to mention getting some first-hand review. That’s why we decided to gather everything you need to know before your travel to Iran in one place. Welcome to our ultimate Iran guide!
Apparently, some people come to Iran just to see this place. Persepolis, the ancient neighbor of Shiraz. The richest city under the sun. Founded in the VI century BC, in 330 AD became a victim of Alexander the Great imperialist ideas. However, it still had to play a significant role, perhaps the most important one in the contemporary history of Iran.
When I think about the best things to do in Shiraz, two words cross my mind: wine and poems. Shiraz is a city famous for wine… Or, frankly speaking – it used to be. From the ninth century, the whole area was full of excellent vineyards… Then the year 1979 came together with the Islamic Revolution and wine became just a nice memory. The government has introduced prohibition and made citizens dry grapes (raisins!) instead of fermenting them. Though you won’t experience any wine tasting here anymore, it’s still worth visiting this city. What are our favorite Shiraz attractions?Continue Reading
The Pink Mosque in Shiraz was actually one of the reasons why we ended up in Iran. We were so excited to see it! Faster, faster… Michal was chasing me all the way. We got lost in the narrows streets of the bazaar once again. Poor quality map from the guidebook wasn’t helping much. With every step we made, frustration was growing. During such an early hour, there was no one on the streets. In my head, I had one thought: We must be there before 9! Finally, we noticed a man discharging lazily boxes full of oranges. With despair in our eyes, we run to him together: How to get to Masjed-e Nasir al Mulk? Apparently, we weren’t the first ones lost there. He only smiled indulgently and pointed: here.
Yazd attractions are truly unique. Why? Close your eyes. Imagine a maze of narrow streets among low building made of mud-bricks. Here and there in the distance, you see the turquoise minarets. Next to them, you notice monumental wind catchers. The heat reaches 45 degrees. Shadows run silently from one door to another in search of cold breeze provided by badgirs, catching the slightest gust of wind to cool down houses. Welcome to Yazd – the city where time stopped hundreds of years ago. What are the best things to do in Yazd, Iran?
How to visit Dubai tourist places in a few hours?This question often comes up in our conversations with friends and readers. With convenient connections offered by Emirates, you can easily and quickly get from Europe via Dubai to Asia, Australia, and Africa. Many travelers extend their stopover in Dubai on purpose to get out of the airport and feel the atmosphere of this unique city. We have prepared our guide especially for them! So how to see best Dubai tourist places in a few hours?Continue Reading
Some of you may already have heard about it. Kopi Luwak is considered to be the best coffee in the world. A cup in a London restaurant may cost up to 350 EUR! Is it really worth it? Discover the truth behind, how Kopi Luwak is made.
Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Dubai Mall… While visiting Dubai, you can’t miss them. Millions of tourists came here every year to take a selfie with the famous ‘sail’ in the background. What about less popular Dubai attractions? Of course, Dubai has much much more to offer than the most famous tourist spots. I strongly encourage you to spend time in less obvious spots… You will have a chance to feel the vibes of this cosmopolitan city, skilfully flirting with Arabic past. Let us share with you our 7 secret places in Dubai, less popular Dubai attractions, where you will spend fabulous time!
I knew nothing about Dubai culture before I was somehow forced to get to know it from the inside… thanks to my job!I remember that day very well. I was just in the middle of after-Xmas-sale shopping, when I got that call: Magda, pack your bags, in 3 three days you are flying to Dubai. Where? Dubai? For half a year? Now, when someone asks me to “how did you make it”, I giggle a bit inside. Before I went there, I had a lot of different ideas how this city looks like, mainly negative ones, created by the news. What to know before visiting Dubai? Let’s talk about 5 most common Dubai culture myths.
We always face the same problem while planning our trip – how to find the perfect hotel? Who should we trust? Tripadvisor? Booking.com reviews? Photos on the hotels’ website? We hope that our new series “Bucket list hotel” will help you with choosing a unique place to stay. So, we are kicking off with Kajane Yangloni Hotel, definitely the best place to stay in Ubud.