Iran accepted the UNESCO World Heritage Convention on 26 February 1975, making its historical sites eligible for inclusion on the list. As of 2019, 24 sites in Iran are included.
In addition to this list, as of 2019, Iran lists 56 properties on its tentative list.
Marco Polo Path
The Venetian explorer, trying to trade, passed a route crossing water and land, mountains and valleys, passing through dozens of territories, connecting Western Europe to the easternmost lands of Asia.
What to do in Tehran?
Tehran is one of Iran’s leading tourism destinations, and the city is home to an array of famous tourist attractions. There are several artistic, historic and scientific museums in Tehran, including the National Museum of Iran, and the Carpet Museum. There is also the Museum of Contemporary Art, which hosts works of artists such as Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso and Van Gogh.
South Coast of Iran
Hear narratives of the events that have transpired this beautiful nature and its people. Where you’ll get to know about the story of Border divisions and commissioning of telegraph lines in Iran.
The fortresses were a defensive embodiment of long, solid structures that concealed the city. Like the mother who protects her child, they prevented enemies and wild animals from entering the city.
Golden triangle of Iran
Discover the Golden Triangle of Iran in 6 days. Esfahan; city of turquoise dames, Yazd, city of windmills, and Shiraz, the cultural capital of Iran. Visit the highlights of Iran and learn more about this olden land.