Cheap Flights to Iran, Asia

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Freshly Arrived Offers for Iran
Airport Booking Season Airline From
Heathrow Oct, 01 2014 - Dec, 14 2014

Alitalia

£ 306
Birmingham Jan, 06 2015 - Mar, 26 2015

Emirates

£ 418
Birmingham Sep, 15 2014 - Dec, 10 2014

Emirates

£ 418
Heathrow Sep, 10 2014 - Dec, 10 2014

Qatar Airways

£ 419
Heathrow Dec, 30 2014 - Apr, 01 2015

Oman Air

£ 464
Heathrow Aug, 21 2014 - Dec, 10 2014

Austrian Airlines

£ 499
Heathrow Dec, 25 2014 - May, 31 2015

Gulf Air

£ 520
Heathrow Dec, 25 2014 - May, 31 2015

Gulf Air

£ 574
 
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Travel Guide for Iran, Asia

Iran is a large country in the Middle East, between the Gulf of Oman, the Persian Gulf, and the Caspian Sea. It is bordered by Iraq to the west, Turkey, Azerbaijan's Naxcivan enclave, Armenia, and Azerbaijan to the northwest, Turkmenistan to the northeast, Afghanistan and Pakistan to the southeast.

Tehran (also spelled Teheran), is the capital city of Iran. A bustling metropolis of 14 million people, it is situated at the foot of the towering Alborz mountain range.

Tehran is a cosmopolitan city, with great museums, parks, restaurants, warm friendly people. It deserves at least a few days of your Iranian itinerary.

The city can be roughly divided into two different parts - north and south. The northern districts of Tehran are more prosperous, modern, cosmopolitan and expensive while southern parts (also called the 'downtown') is less attractive but cheaper.

At the time of the Zand dynasty, it was a little town that was significant from a strategic point of view. The first of the Qajar kings, Agha Mohammed Khan, named Tehran as the country's capital in 1778, and most of its growth started during the reign of a subsequent Qajar monarch, Fath-Ali Shah. The castle which Agha Mohammed Khan had built was to contain the new majestic buildings.

At the same time, the city's populace was redoubled. Due to the increasing significance of the city, gates, squares and mosques were built and it was at the time of ...  

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