Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Happy International Translation Day

 Each year, translators and interpreters celebrate International Translation Day on 30 September. Translation day is meant as an opportunity to pay tribute to the work of language professionals , who play a key role in bringing nations together.

It is important that any tours we run is available in both English language and any other most spoken languages. So, we’re so thrilled to announce that, Uppersia offers tours in English, Spanish, French and German languages. 

Enjoy fascinating facts and stories about Iran's rich culture and dramatic history in your mother tongue .

Monday, September 28, 2020

Iran : Paradise of Nature lover

 There is something elemental about the beauty of nature that leaves most of us dreamy eyes and transcends us to a peaceful sense of being.

The geographic terrain of Iran is rich and diverse, filled with lush green forests, majestic mountain peaks, and vast stretches of desert. From east to west, north to south, this Asian country packs an assortment of treasures for nature lovers.

Experience the uniqueness and athentic beauty of nature by Uppersia.

Sunday, September 27, 2020

World Tourism Day

 On the occasion of World Tourism Day, we wish the world becomes safe again for people with the passion for traveling and by then our team is dedicated to prepare more exciting adventures and activities inside Iran for people who want to explore this beautiful land and run them in due time. 

P.S.: The photo is taken from part of Pazira Travel team today in the office. The masks are removed for taking the photo.

Saturday, September 26, 2020

Northern Iran

 Natural beauty is the beginning of the tourism potential of Northern Iran . The region with a wide variety of plants and trees formed by eye catching views.

North of Iran is a world apart from the rest of the country, with the clusters of villages that speckle its narrow coastline hemmed in by the sea on one side and rolling mountains on the other.

This region is a real anomaly, guaranteed to smash any stereotypes you may hold about Iran.

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Persian Breakfast

 Family gatherings are very important for the Iranian people. Daily meals are the primary and basic activities for the pleasant gathering of the family members. Morning breakfast is the start of the day to eat enough food for the rest of the day. Persian breakfast tables can include different food options.

The basic traditional Iranian breakfast consists of a variety of flat breads , butter, white cheese, whipped heavy cream and a variety of fruit jams and honey.

It’s OK to indulge in traditional Persian breakfast !

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Iran: An Animal Friendly Country

Seeing animals when you travel can be such a memorable part of any travel experience. 

The more we can be aware of the way animals are being treated, the more we’ll be able to protect them . Being animal friendly when you travel means you always show respect for the people, the culture, the environment and the animals, in every country you visit.

Our approved tour guides with the safety of our passengers and protection of animals in mind, assist you to interact with animals when travel to Iran.

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Persian Art

Traditional Persian art has many facets including metal, glass, wood, and leather artwork as well as handwritten books and stone carvings. 

While you’re spending your time wandering the old streets of Shiraz, Isfahan or Yazd, you can find unique examples of rainbow-hued windows prove that urban living still can be colorful.

it is also a fact that the colored glass windows were used in the major buildings more for purposes of decoration than of lighting.

If you’d like to go back in time to follow the story of these unique visual forms of Persian art, join Uppersia cultural tours.

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Isfahan Free Walking Tour

 Isfahan is called “Half of the World” by the Iranian because they believed Isfahan would always remain standing. Exploring the city centre by foot surrounded by glorious monuments takes you back in time to the Safavid era.

With its unparalleled history, Isfahan is the most visited city in Iran. It attracts visitors from all over the world who are impatient to discover the city’s impressive sites.

Uppersia Offers The most exciting, insightful and interesting Free Walks of Isfahan. 

Join us!

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Jame Mosque of Yazd

 The 12th-century Jame Mosque of Yazd is still in use today. The mosque is an exemplification of Persian architecture. It is crowned by a pair of minarets, the highest in Iran, and the portal's facade is decorated from top to bottom in tile work, predominantly blue in colour.

The two towering minarets dating back to the Safavid era. They also served as a sort of a lighthouse to guide the travelers in the dessert. 

Uppersia suggests you to travel to Yazd in Fall or Winter in order to visit the historical places at best as it is not crowded in those seasons and you can enjoy the pleasant weather.

Monday, September 14, 2020

El goli Tabriz

 Although Tabriz is famous for its historic and cultural city, El goli is considered a spectacular city due to its nature, pleasant atmosphere and beautiful landscape.

Tabriz El Goli was used as a summer palace during Qajar dynasty when Tabriz was the official residence of an Iranian prince in Tabriz.

El Goli Historical Park is one of the most visited sites in Tabriz. It includes a small palace in the middle of a lake. The mansion, presents traditional Iranian architectural style practiced in Azerbaijan.

Truly one of Tabriz's gems and a must visit. Highly recommended and we look forward to host you here.

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Karim khan Citadel

 Shiraz is one of those cities that you'll constantly be amazed anywhere you go! Another astonishing place that you'll admire and enjoy visiting is "Arge Karim Khan" or Karim Khan Castle.

This fortress built by Karim Khan ruler of the Zand dynasty in 1766, located in the northeast of Shiraz, stands out on the landscape of the city center. With its rectangular structure, has a single entrance at the center of the east wall. Inside stands a large courtyard with a citrus garden and two pools as a museum that depicts the Zand dynasty .

Also walk around outside the building and you can feed your photography addict.

Tuesday, September 8, 2020

Iran and its illustrious history

 Iran is one of the most charming countries in the world that has a long and illustrious history. History lovers will find a huge amount to enjoy here, from the rambling ancient architecture to the engaging museums that will fill you in on all the details. Many people come here in particular to check out the ancient tombs of former emperors which are dotted all over the country and provide you with a fascinating insight into Iran in the days of old.

Join Uppersia and enjoy the ancient Iran journey.

Monday, September 7, 2020

Visiting Iran

 If there is one thing our area stepped in, it’s history.

Iran holds so many treasures that it is almost impossible to visit every one in a single trip. There is no way to get tired of Iran’s historical monuments. There, history, culture and the colors of a living country enchant .

Take advantage of a trip to Iran by Uppersia to discover the most well-known buildings and mythical places in the history of Iran.

Sunday, September 6, 2020

Amir Chakhmaq Square

 It's somehow impossible to visit Yazd and do not see this place. 

Amir Chakhmaq , the 15th Century three-storey façade located in the centre of Yazd, is a fine example of many other monuments and sites in Iran, on a number of ways. It is the heart of the city, to which every important street converges, where everyone meets, and everything significant happens. The square also comprises a mosque, a bathhouse, the Water Museum, a caravanserai, and several shops. Not far, a few bazaars offer goods and products to indulge the whole of humankind.

Amir Chakhmagh with its 48 meters high minarets has a very good view especially at nights and is a must see attraction.

Friday, September 4, 2020

Persian Food

 Around the world, Iranian cuisine is making a name for itself as people tuck into delicious appetizers, main courses, desserts, and sweets.

Everywhere here you turn in Iran there is something delicious to eat. While the food and cooking of Iran is, inevitably shaped by its diverse geography and climate, it could be said that the country’s turbulent history has also played a key role in shaping the cuisine.

You can find a great variety of mouth watering dishes in Persian cuisine, which is mostly the heritage of ancient cuisine.

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Couple Trip

 Uppersia brings together couples who prefer small group travel & who are interested in exploring Iran.

We take you to culturally rich destinations and provide you the opportunity to explore unique activities at each spot you visit. You will go beyond the tourist façade to engage in immersive experiences that afford you an insight into the culture.

Iran is definitely having a moment on Instagram these days: if you have a dope shot please send it to us and we will eagerly upload it.