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Hicham Kabbage
Hicham Kabbage
Excellent service and support Excellent Service ! i am surprised by the reactivity and the will to help and find quickly hotels, flights and solutions for me, even though the holiday season makes things challenging. Chatting through whatsapp made things super smooth and extremely easy. I was interacting with two people from TAP Persia, Rojin and Sohrab. They were just amazing ! They are the ones who reached out to me directly and interacted instantly with me day and night. Great job guys !I used earlier a different company but i was disappointed, i strongly recommend TAP Persia .Keep up the great work !
Visa service for Iran Tappersia was very quick in getting the grant notice for e visa for Iran. I got the grant notice on the following day after they submitted my application to the ministry of foreign affairs.They are very responsive thru WhatsApp.
Rebekka M
Rebekka M
Visa application service With TAP Persia we applied for an Iran Visa. They answered every question we had quickly and very friendly. Within 5 days, we got our Visa approval. We thank again for your service.
Amine A
Amine A
Visa Je remercie infiniment l'équipe Tap persia pour leur efficacité et rapidité pour l'obtention du visa , ça durée 24 heure pour l'avoir, l'équipe est très réactive même les weekends je recommande vivement et sans hésitation Je viens de passé au consulat d'Iran a paris pour la récupérer et j'ai payé que 30 euro mille merci ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Khushi D
Khushi D
Great service It is an amazing experience. Visa process with tap Persia is hassle free and I loved how they’re available to help us 24/7
Pat R
Pat R
Fabulous agency - can't recommend more highly for travellers to Iran I decided to go to Iran at short notice and was only able to do so thanks to the exceptional service provided by TAP Persia.What further complicated was my ignorance of being in the middle of Nowruz and the impact that has on flight availabilities etc.In the first instance, that revolved around speedy obtainment of a visa as well as other aspects such as insurance and mah card via their great-value welcome pack.Thereafter, all of my accommodation, tour guides and transport between destinations was arranged by the beyond-wonderful Mahgol with tremendous efficiency, patience and responsiveness - I could not praise nor thank her enough.Communications are as good as can be.With my lack of Farsi and, more specifically, incomprehension of the alphabet, doing things in this manner was the only way to go.All of the guides - Fatemah, Amin, Fardin, Moji, Peyman and Masoud - were fantastic being passionate, knowledgeable, smarter-than-average bears and very nice people.Rasool, Mehrnoush and Sohrab in the office were also very helpful.I would say though that, to help them (especially) to try to draft your itinerary as much as possible before approaching them as this will save time i.e. places, days in each, hotel price-range then trust them to select the latter for you.
Great Service 🙂 TApersia accompanied us well on the way to our Iran visa. My wife's visa took 2 weeks longer than mine (German EU & I'm Swiss). Our questions were always answered quickly by the nice Mahgol via WhatsApp. We think she did her best for our visa processing. After a while, we were also asked how we were doing! Nice, support and promptness are at the highest level.
Mariam Alwazir
Mariam Alwazir
Solo Saudi female in <3 IRAN <3 10/10. It's hard for me to be succinct, but I will try. I am a Saudi who has been impressed, curious, and infatuated by Iranian culture(s), Iron Age history, Islamic & other religious histories, architecture, and geography for over 15 years. Yum, and food. I wanted initially to continue my Persian language study at Dehkhoda Institute, however student visas take much longer than other visas to process, and I would likely miss my class during the processing time. I was disheartened and scrambled through my Google bookmarks looking for old travel that I had saved over the years in my Iran folder. 😉 TAP Persia was bookmarked numerous times and I quickly applied for a tourist visa. Hey, I can still practice some Persian as a tourist, right? THE PROCESS WAS SO EASY. So smooth! Mahgol deserves all the praise and recognition for bringing relief to my anxious-self (because I had already long-ago booked my airline tickets and took time off work!), and she walked me through all the steps in a timely manner and with competence and grace. Even during the first week of Norouz and Ramadan, I got a friendly update and advice -- got my tourist visa within 5 or 6 days (the Ministry was closed for Ramarouz, but WOW that was still quick). I cried from happiness and surprise... Thank you thank you. I will be in Iran April to mid-May. Originally I just registered for TAP Persia welcome package + visa help, but now I'm pretty curious about signing up for one or 2 of their tours now. I am beyond impressed and excited. This travel company, Mahgol, & this team already made me feel safe and like I'm going home, and I imagine with their business practice, will prosper for many years down the road. Thank you so much. Someone please remind me to update this post with photos once I arrive to Iran <3
Easy amd efficient visa service I was more than happy with the visa application process done via TAP Persia. All went smoothly. The team is very kind, responsive and professional. The support and promptness are at the highest level.
Daniel S
Daniel S
Iranvisum Ich habe mein Visa für den Iran über TAP Persia beantragt, da der normale Weg zu kompliziert war und sehr viele potentielle Fehler birgt. Ich kann den Service definitiv empfehlen. Alles ist sehr gut und detailliert beschrieben. Der Preis für diesen Service ist es in meinen Augen definitiv Wert. Auch der Kontakt nach der Beantragung über WhatsApp war sehr gut. Sehr freundlich und hilfreich.

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Everything you need to know about Tabriz as a tourist

We have dedicated this article to the Tabriz tour. In this article, we will explain all the things you need to know about Tabriz as a tourist to have complete information about Tabriz. Meanwhile, those looking for a Tabriz tour can use our Iran tour package.
Tabriz is the third biggest city in Iran and has a special place in the history and economy of Iran. So, join us to learn more about Tabriz tourist attractions.
Of course, if you want to plan a trip to Tabriz and need more information than what is said in this article, all you have to do is enter the Tabriz tour page to get acquainted with Tabriz attractions.

The city of Tabriz is one of the most ancient cities in Iran, which has experienced many events throughout history. Tabriz is the most extended historical capital of Iran. The glory and power of Tabriz were during the rule of the Ilkhanate. During The Ilkhanate era, Tabriz was the capital of a vast territory (from the Nile River in northeastern Africa to the Amu Darya in Central Asia) and was strong.

Everything about Tabriz

Tabriz, the capital of East Azerbaijan province, is an ancient city and dates from about 4500 years ago. The Tabriz is very important because this city has its unique features like the Kish Free Zone. In Tabriz, you can also travel with foreign cars and access cheap shopping at the Jolfa border. Also, the University of Tabriz is of good importance at the scientific level in Iran. The weather in Tabriz is also perfect due to snow and sufficient rain in summer and attracts many tourists in winter for winter entertainment.
Tabriz is the third largest metropolis in Iran and the capital of East Azerbaijan province. Tabriz is the most important city in the region of Azerbaijan and, in addition, is known as the most significant economic, commercial, political, administrative, cultural, industrial, and military center of the region of Azerbaijan. Most of the people in this city are Azeri and speak Azerbaijani, Turkish or Azeri.

The geographical location of Tabriz

East Azerbaijan is one of the largest and most populous provinces of Iran, located in northwestern Iran. The area of this province is 45491 square kilometers, which includes about 2.8% of the total area of Iran.

General information about Tabriz

Geography: Tabriz is located between the mountains of Pakkechin and Aoun Ibn Ali (Eynali) in the north, bababaghi hospice in the northeast, and the slopes of Sahand Mountain and Tabriz plain in the south. Tabriz is located at an altitude of 1348 meters above sea level. The Quri Chay River flows through the city, and the Aji Chay or Talkheh Rud River flows northwest.

Population: According to the last general census in 2016, the fixed population of Tabriz is 1,773,033. These populations live together in twelve urban areas.

Religion: Most people in Tabriz are Muslims and Shiites. Besides Muslims, followers of Armenian, Christian, Jewish, Zoroastrian, and Assyrian faiths also live in this city.

Economy: Tabriz is one of the modern cities of Iran and one of the economic, industrial, tourism, and commercial hubs of the country. Heavy manufacturing industries such as machine building, tractor, oil and gas related industries such as petrochemical and Tabriz refinery, food industries including famous chocolate and confectionery factories, textile and clothing industries, and various handicrafts such as carpets, rugs, and leather. They shape the economy of Tabriz.

In addition to these cases, tourism in various forms such as natural, medical, historical, and commercial tourism has a large share of the wealth and GDP of Tabriz. The traditional and modern markets of the city, including the Grand Bazaar of Tabriz, make a variety of products readily available to everyone.
The great variety of souvenirs and food products, such as the wide range of nuts and sweets in Tabriz, has made this section one of the powerful financial elements of this city. Interestingly, famous Iranian match factories are also located in Tabriz.

Attractions of Tabriz

The city of Tabriz is considered one of Iran’s main tourism hubs due to its many historical, cultural, and natural monuments. Undoubtedly, travelers who travel to this city for leisure are interested in visiting the attractions of Tabriz. See the historical and valuable places of Tabriz and, take photos along with the unique interests of Tabriz, record the memorable days of this city as a souvenir.

Tabriz tourist attractions

Tabriz has many tourist attractions. In this position, we will introduce some of Tabriz’s most famous tourist attractions. Do not forget to refer to the Tabriz Tour page for more information.

Tabriz Grand Bazaar

With an area of one square kilometer, this old market is the largest indoor market in the world. Tabriz Grand Bazaar is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the historical attractions. In this market, many caravanserais, mosques, and schools have been built with brick facades and beautiful domes that attract the attention of every tourist.
Tabriz Bazaar was of great commercial importance during the Silk Road, and the bazaar business flourished during the Safavid rule. The old bazaar of Tabriz was destroyed by a devastating earthquake in 1193 AH but was repaired and rebuilt by order of the ruler of Tabriz (Najaf Gholi Khan Dan Bali). The issue that has doubled the attractiveness of this old market is the buying and selling of traditional businesses of the people of Tabriz. The activity of bazaar merchants has caused the preservation of the originality and ancient art of the inhabitants of Tabriz.

A view of Tabriz Grand Bazaar
Constitutional House of Tabriz

Constitutional House of Tabriz

This historical monument is located in one of the city’s old neighborhoods and was registered in the list of national monuments of Iran in 1975. This mansion was owned by Haj Mehdi and was built in the style of Qajar architecture. In the Museum of the Constitutional House, statues, valuable items such as Sattar Khan’s weapons, and historical documents are on display for visitors, and significant travelers visit the Constitutional House every year.

Historical attractions of Tabriz

There are several historical places in Tabriz, some of which we will mention in this part of the article.

Saint Mary Church

Saint Mary Church is the largest and oldest church in Tabriz. The church is located in the Dick Bashi area of Namaz Square (formerly Cyrus the Great) and is currently the site of Christian national and religious ceremonies. The original construction of this building dates back to 879 to 979 AD. According to the church’s architecture, its antiquity can be attributed to the period of the Ilkhanate.

Saint Mary Church in Tabriz

Jameh Mosque of Tabriz

The Jameh Mosque is one of the attractions of Tabriz, which belongs to the Seljuk period to the Qajar dynasty. In this mosque, the peak of art and architecture of the artists of that time can be seen. One of the most beautiful structures of Tabriz Grand Mosque is the tiles and garlands of this building. Like other historical buildings in Tabriz, this mosque has been damaged by earthquakes, which has been restored over the years. This historical monument was registered in 1310 as one of the national monuments of Iran.

Tabriz Maqbaratoshoara


The history of this ancient cemetery dates back to before the eighth century AH. Maqbaratoshoara remained almost abandoned until 1971 after being destroyed by an earthquake. Maqbaratoshoara architecture is known as one of the important symbols of Tabriz.
More than 400 celebrities, most of them poets, are buried in Maqbaratoshoara Cemetery; The most famous people in this cemetery are Hakim Asadi Tusi and Seyyed Mohammad Hossein Behjat Tabrizi (Shahriar). Maqbaratoshoara is another attraction of Tabriz, and its visit is especially recommended for lovers of literature.


The main building of Arg-e-Alishah in Tabriz dates back to the eighth century AD, related to the Ilkhanid period. This building was initially built for a mosque, which remained half-finished due to the roof’s collapse. During the war between Iran and Russia, a military wall was constructed from Arg-e-Alishah in Tabriz, coinciding with the Qajar rule. This historical monument was registered in 1921 as one of the national monuments of Iran, and today, only the southern wall of the citadel remains.

Natural Attractions of Tabriz

Tabriz has many natural attractions. Here are two of them. For more information, you can refer to the Tabriz page.

Kandovan village of Tabriz

50 km from the city of Tabriz is one of the most spectacular attractions of Tabriz, which is more than a thousand years old. Kandovan was included in the list of national monuments of Iran in 1997 due to its unique architectural style. Kandovan is one of the three rock villages globally and is the only rocky area where about 120 families live in rocky areas (honeycomb). This village is known and recognized as the only living example of rock architecture in which life takes place.

Tribal view of Eil Goli Park from the sky

Eil Goli (Shahgoli) park

Shahgoli park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Tabriz. The Eil Goli mansion was built during the reign of The Aq Qoyunlu and was used as the largest source of water storage to irrigate the gardens of the eastern regions up to the gates of Tehran and Tepli Bagh. Eil Goli (Shahgoli) park was expanded in the Safavid dynasty and was handed over to Tabriz Municipality as a public promenade during the Pahlavi government.
There is a large lake 12 meters deep in this park, and boating is currently done there. This magnificent garden and mansion were registered as a national historic monument in 1998.


Today, we toured the city of Tabriz with you, and in general, we became more familiar with this historical, commercial, and important city of Iran.
Because one of the most suitable cities in Iran for tourism is Tabriz, and for this reason, we dedicated this article to Tabriz Tour. In this article, we introduced you to the sights of Tabriz, but there are still many sights in Tabriz, and using the Iran tour package, you can visit all the sights of Tabriz with the best services.


What are the best places for tours in Tabriz?
Tabriz is filled with natural and historical attractions that you can enjoy. You have a long list of amazing spots to visit.
Which places provide the best tours in Tabriz for adrenaline seekers?
Climbing the famous mount Sabalan and visiting Babak Castle and Arasbaran Forests may be the suitable place for adrenaline seekers.
Which places provide the best tours in Tabriz for groups?
All the tours can be taken in groups and as a solo traveler.

What kind of tours can I take in Tabriz?
You can take a free walking tour, daily tour, or visit its historical and natural attractions that are all must-see places.
When is the best time to visit Tabriz?
Tabriz is a cold city, it is suggested to visit this fabulous city in spring and summer to enjoy the ost of it with comfort.

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