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Hospitality is legendary in Persia and is considered the first of virtues. You will find the legend to be true and very much alive today. At Pasargad Tours, we try to live up to that legend. Established in 1987, Pasargad Tours has come to earn the position of being Iran's leading cultural tour operator, a fact attested to by repeated "Certificate of Merit"
Pasargad Tours, Your Host in IRAN

Hospitality is legendary in Persia and is considered the first of virtues. You will find the legend to be true and very much alive today. At Pasargad Tours, we try to live up to that legend.

Established in 1987, Pasargad Tours has come to earn the position of being Iran’s leading cultural tour operator, a fact attested to by repeated “Certificates of Merit” being awarded to it by Iran’s Board of Tourism in addition to the trust put in it by some of the best known names in the travel industry and the most prestigious cultural institutions across the world.

At Pasargad Tours, We have remained committed to our initial goal of satisfying our clients as well as fulfilling the country's cultural aspiration.

This achievement comes as a result of employing some of the most modern methods of management and the meticulous care that goes into every tour. We also boast a host of scholarly and experienced guides, as the people in the field who rank amongst the best in the country.

Taking the choice of traveling with Pasargad Tours will be one remembered among the best trips you have ever taken.

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Iran at a Glance
And Iran was there in the beginning, inhabited by civilizations great and small, each leaving a deep impression on the land and its people. 9000 year old mounds of the plain of Khuzestan, ancient mounds of northwestern and northeastern, as well as central Iran, are but a few of such examples.From these the oldest known painted pottery in the world and the earliest metal artifacts have been excavated, all bearing witness to the
And Iran was there in the beginning, inhabited by civilizations great and small, each leaving a deep impression on the land and its people. 9000 year old mounds of the plain of Khuzestan, ancient mounds of central, northwestern and northeastern, as well as central Iran, are but a few of such examples.

From these the oldest known painted pottery in the world and the earliest metal artifacts have been excavated, all bearing witness to the ingenuity and competence of their creators, and presenting a rich and diverse variety unique to Iran.

Modern Iran offers a chance to visit the ancient mounds across the country, monuments such as the largest remaining Ziggurat in the world, that of Chogha Zanbil from the 13th century BC; the greatest architectural achievement of the first Persian Empire, Persepolis, dating from the 6th Century BC; remains of monuments and magnificent rock-carvings from the Sassanid Era the second Persian Empire, and a host of world class monuments from the Islamic era, reaching its zenith in Safavid Isfahan.

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World Heritage Sites
Many great monuments in Iran are inscribed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Among these are the architecturally unique ziggurat of Chogha Zanbil, the jewel in the crown of the 2nd millennium BC Elamite history; the spectacular ruins of Persepolis that testify to the grandeur that was Persia; Pasargadae, the first capital of Ancient Persia and the resting place of Cyrus the Great; the massive complex of palaces and temples of Takht-e Soleyman; the world-famous 6th century BC rock-relief of Bisotun portraying the Achaemenid king Darius I commemorating his victory over his rivals; the architectural masterpiece and handsomely embellished 14th century Gonbad-e Soltaniyeh; Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the climax of Islamic art and architecture of 17th-century Persia; and
Iran has been a member of World Heritage Sites of UNESCO since 1978, with 12 sites has been already registered and 57 sites are tentative candidates.

Site Name Entered
Chogha Zanbil 1979
Meidan Emam, Esfahan 1979
Persepolis 1979
Takht-e Soleyman 2003
Bam and its Cultural Landscape 2004
Pasargadae 2004
Soltaniyeh 2005
Bisotun 2006
The Armenian Monastic Ensembles in Iran 2008
Shushtar, Historical Hydraulic System 2009
Tabriz Historic Bazaar Complex 2010
Sheikh Safi al-Din Khanegah and Shrine Ensemble in Ardabil 2010
Tentative Site list of Iran
Alisadr Cave
Arasbaran Protected Area
Bagh-e Fin (Fin Garden), Kashan
Bastam and Kharghan
Bazaar of Qaisariye in Laar
Cultural Landscape of Alamout
Damavand
Firuzabad Ensemble
Ghaznavi- Seljukian Axis in Khorasan
Golestan National Park
Hamoun Lake
Hegmataneh
Historic ensemble of Qasr-e Shirin
Historic Monument of Kangavar
Historic-Natural Axis of Isfahan City
Historical Ensemble of Qasr-e Shirin
Hyrcanian Forest (Caspian Forest)
Jame' (Congregational) Mosque of Esfahan
Jiroft
Kaboud Mosque
Kerman Historical-Cultural Structure
Khabr National Park and Ruchun Wildlife Refuge
Khorramabad Valley
Kuh-e Khuaja
Lut Desert (the vicinity of Shahdad)
Mangrove Forest (Harra Reserve)
Nasqsh-e Rostam and Naqsh-e Rajab
Persepolis and other relevant buildings
Qanats of Gonabad
Qeshm Island
Sabalan
Shahr-e Sukhteh
Shush
Silk Route (Also as Silk Road)
Susa
Tape Sialk
Taq-e Bostan
Tehran Historical – Cultural Axis (Golestan Palace)
The Collection of Historical Bridges
The Complex of Handmade Settlements in Iran (Maymand Village)
The Complex of Izadkhast
The Cultural Landscape of Uramanat
The Cultural-Natural Landscape of Ramsar
The Ensemble of Historical Sassanian Cities in Fars Province (Bishabpur, Firouzabad, Sarvestan)
The Historical City of Masouleh
The Historical City of Maybod
The Historical Port of Siraf
The Historical Structure of Yazd
The Historical Texture of Damghan
The Historical Village of Abyaneh
The Historical–Cultural Axis of Fin, Sialk, Kashan
The Natural-Historical Landscape of Izeh
The Sepulcher Towers (Gonbad-e Ghabous)
The Zandiyeh Ensemble of Fars Province
Touran Biosphere Reserve
Tous Cultural Landscape
Zozan
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