The oldest city of ancient Persia
The Best Important Things To Visit While Arriv-ing In Shiraz
Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque _Pink Mosque
Top foods to try
Kalam Polo or Cabbage Rice – A mixed rice dish with meatballs and cabbage seasoned with saffron and basil.
Shirazi Salad – A salad consisting of chopped cucumber, tomatoes and onion with a verjuice and dried mint dressing.
Faloudeh or Paloudeh Shirazi – A dessert consisting of thin vermicelli noodles mixed in a semi-frozen sugar and rosewater syrup served with lime juice.
One of the magnificent capitals of the kingdom of Iran during the Achaemenid Empire
Tomb of Cyrus the Great the father of ancient history of Iran
Four inscriptions on four walls of the royal road, one ceremony is carved in each wall
Delicious Shirazi Food
Delicious and traditional foods
In the 13th century, Shiraz was a leading center of the arts and sciences due to its many scholars and artists. The poet of love Hafez, whose poems have captured the hearts of many throughout the world, hailed from this city. The tombs of Hafez, Saadi, and Khwaju Kermani in the city are stunning structures erected in memory of these legendary bards
Shiraz was the capital of Iran during the Zand Dynasty from 1750 to 1781. The Zand Royal District consisting of the Karim Khan Fortress, Vakil Mosque, Vakil Bazaar and Vakil Bath is a reminder from that era
Shiraz is also home to Pouladkaf, Iran’s second largest ski resort, which draws skiers to its crisp mountain air and beautiful slopes from all over the Middle East from December to March