Sunday, November 29, 2020

Happy Azargan Day

 Iran is a magnificent treasure of art and culture and the origin of festivities and joyous ceremonies in honor of all the values of life. These festivals are compatible with the natural calendar and are inextricably linked with seasonal and climate changes. In general, the ancient Iranian festivals in this land of rich civilization, are categorized in three groups: seasonal, annual, and monthly.  Monthly Zoroastrian festivals for all 12 months of the year are held to promote the three famous attributes of good words, good deeds, and good thoughts. 

The synonym for Azar meaning fire in Persian and In Iranian culture, fire is a sacred element of the world because it’s the source of life by bringing warmth and light.  Azargan is celebrated on the 9th day of Azar and people pray to God to purify them.

Friday, November 27, 2020

Shiraz Day

 Shiraz is one of the cities where it is difficult to see everything in one day. To be honest, you should give at least a few days explore it and see the real beauty and history of this City of Gardens.

Iranian food, ancient Persian architecture museums, and the Mosques are all intertwined in different periods of history. And the best thing is that all of this can be found in the beautiful city of Shiraz. However, before going to Shiraz, it’s good to pay attention to details so you can make the most out of your time in the city.

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Iranian Hospitality

 Iran is known the world over as the Land of Hospitality , and that doesn’t just refer to the tourists. One thing Iranian people always seem to be wearing is a smile . 

Our culture shares this strong association with respect, particularly in greetings. Anywhere you go in the country, there’ll be people wanting to talk and engage with you,whether you're a tourist passing through or a local strolling around.

Iranian culture is very much centered on the concept of respect. The concept is pervasive in ways of conduct from special traditions to everyday lives.

Monday, November 23, 2020

Boroonerdi House in Kashan

 Borojjerdi House, is a late 19th mansion built between 1859-1877 for a carpet merchant to impress his future father-in-law. It contains very impressive art works, delightful wall paintings, colorful tiles and decorative arches.The house is famous for its unusual wind towers, which are made of stone and sun-baked bricks. The house comprises one external and two internal, private courtyards which was decorated by Iran's foremost painter of the time, Kamal al-Molk. 

While you’re in Kashan, pay a visit to this magnificent house.

Sunday, November 22, 2020

Happy Isfahan Day

Happy Isfahan Day!
for its worldwide fame of Islamic architecture of the mosques and the best of glazed tile works, its Persian Gardens, which are registered as UNESCO Heritage sites such as the incredible Naqsh-e Jahan Square and Chechel Sotoon Palace, Isfahan could be the highlight of your Iran travel.
Enjoy visiting “Half of the World” by Uppersia day tours.

Thursday, November 19, 2020

Persian Cuisine

 Persian cuisine is a perfect example of how history influences the culinary traditions of any land. Enriched with more than two thousand years of history, the local cuisine of Iran deserves a special mention.It has a wide range of mouth-watering dishes. The cuisine is rich in vegetables, meat, and fish; however, bread, lamb, and rice make up its primary components.

While you’re in Iran, we suggest you authentic Iranian foods that you can’t afford to miss.

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Wall paintings of Persian Buildings

 It always pays to look up in Iran because some of the most beautiful and ornate spectacles can be found on the wall or ceiling. Wall- paintings are widespread used decorative elements in traditional Persian architecture. They reflect cultural situation of the period they were made and enrich indoor space with their color, pattern and their history in paintings that is why they should be conserved. 

The restoration process of historical buildings, draw the admiration of the visitors , because these indoor space elements were provisionally documented and researched.

Monday, November 16, 2020

Persian Sweet

 For many visitors to Iran, food is the main event! Though Iran is principally famous for especial entree, there is also veritable plethora of sweets to try. Many towns and cities in Iran are known first and foremost for their local speciality, whether it be a type of sweet, Kebab , seafood etc.  It's fair to say that sweet is an integral part of the Iranian diet. 

Every Iran journey should leave a life-long impression. By tasting Iranian desserts , your trip always will.

Sunday, November 15, 2020

Nomadic Life

 If you want to experience something that gets you out of hustle and bustle of city life and into the wilderness, consider spending some time with nomadic tribes in Iran. A good jumping off point for such an adventure is in Fars Province , known as Qashghaei tribe.

This is a pattern that has been followed for centuries; nomads are the people who follow water and grass. It’s an apt description of a people who for many generations have followed a simple life in harmony with nature.

Like all good adventures, it’s not just about travelling to a remote region and stepping out of your comfort zone, it’s also about adjusting to a fundamental mind shift.

Thursday, November 12, 2020

Intimacy between our guests and tour guide

 In order to truly get to know Iran and what it has to offer you have to ask the people that have been discovering its attraction and its side streets for all their lives.

The travelers who join Uppersia tours, win because they have a personalized experience to see Iran in the most authentic, personalized, and well-organized way. Also a close sense if intimacy shares between our guest and the guide.

We’re aware that this type of authenticity is what travel is truly about, and set out to develop this type of experience for travelers.

Monday, November 9, 2020

Uppersia Group Tours

 Tour groups is one of the best ways to make friends on a trip because you encounter a variety of different people.

Group tours do many things well. Experience, proficient planning and expert guides ensure guests move quickly to see a swag of significant spots in a short stretch, which makes it ideal for those with limited holiday time.With a different destination on the schedule every day, passengers visit a dozen monuments , which is an itinerary tough to duplicate by independent travellers.

Uppersia group tours are colorful with travelers from different countries.

Sunday, November 8, 2020

Iran Bastan Museum

 National museum of Iran is located in Tehran and comprises of two Buildings: pre-Islam and post-Islam eras. 

The first building, Iran Bastan Museum, meaning Ancient Iran Museum, houses pre-Islam era’s objects and was built in 1937.

The objects selected for this large museum, are mostly selected out of excavation or from prominent collections. The number of objects displayed in Ancient Iran Museum exceeds 600 items discovered from prehistoric areas like Tappeh Sarab of Kermanshah Province, Susa of Khuzestan Province and Sialk Tappeh of Kashan city.

If you’re interested in both early and ancient histories, don’t miss this museum.

Saturday, November 7, 2020

Solo female traveler

 Iran is one of the world’s fastest growing destinations for Solo Female Traveler. Women traveling solo will generally feel safe nearly anyplace they go.

A visit to Iran is never complete without a solo visit to Persepolis.  A popular way to explore the magnificent Persepolis is being accompanied by a female tour guide. Particularly lovely on balmy day , contact Uppersia team and take in this beautiful architecture

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Jame Mosque of Yazd

 The Grand Mosque of Yazd is one of the architectural and historical masterpieces of Iran, and it can be said that it has the highest minarets in the world. The construction of this magnificent mosque for centuries shines beyond the history of the civilization of this land. This mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques of the Timurid period, which is considered to be the most beautiful architectural masterpieces of the 9th century in terms of tiled roofs , minarets and inscriptions. The mosque was registered on the national list of national works.

If you’d like to visit one of the architectural and historical masterpieces of the world, contact Uppersia team.

Sunday, November 1, 2020

Day Tours

 We know that it is often difficult to know what to see and do, especially in countries like Iran where there are endless possibilities. Uppersia collection of the best Iran day tours offer you the chance to see the cities in all their glory.

Day tours have pretty much all of the city's most iconic sights, landmarks and attractions covered, offering visitors a convenient way of seeing the best of each city without wasting time. So take advantage of this fascinating place by exploring it on a half-day or full-day tour.