Tabriz City Tour Summery:
Tabriz city is the capital of Turk-Azeri people with the population of over 1.5 million living in it so Tabriz considered being the biggest city in the Northwest of Iran and one of the historical, economical and important cities in the country. People of Tabriz are proud of their city and its ancient history which has lots of stories and historical attractions to offer its visitors during their stay in Tabriz.
Therefore, visiting this city and its wonderful tourist attractions including “The Biggest Covered Bazaar in The World” (UNESCO) can be more efficient by guided tour to avoid missing key parts of its history and essential tourist attractions. Imagine wandering in the biggest covered bazaar in the world and not knowing where to start or where to go within the bazaar, or where to eat or where to have a traditional tea experience with locals. These and so many other factors are the reasons why we suggest you to join our Tabriz Tour to receive the best Tabriz city tour experience by us for a great value.
Tabriz is a home to Turk-Azeri speaking people with their own tradition and culture different than the rest of Iran. Today our tour will start with Constitution House of Tabriz, Tabriz and its heroes, Satar Khan, Bagher Khan and people of Tabriz fight to the death against central government for a year so we can reestablish constitution in Iran again and they succeeded. By visiting this house, you will get to know about this history and its heroes, after our visit to this place, we will continue to Tabriz Jameh mosque. Tabriz Jameh mosque with its forty stone columns is defiantly one of highlights in Tabriz which unfortunately most of visitors miss it since it is hidden in Tabriz city center in one of Tabriz Bazaar entrance.
Next is the time to step to the biggest covered historical bazaar in the world, Tabriz Bazaar (World Heritage Site). In this bazaar you will get to know about bazaars and how they work and all the elements of the Bazaars and most importantly, you may get to buy Persian Carpet from the World Carpet City, yes, Tabriz is officially accredited with the title ‘World Carpet City’ by the World Crafts Council (WCC). After our wandering in Bazaar and enjoyable tea experience with locals we will continue towards Saheb-ol Amr mosque, one of the most famous and historical mosques in Tabriz which has an interesting history about it.
Then after our lunch, we will continue to Tomb of poets with more than 410 famous poets and philosopher grave yard and a visit to holy shrine next to the poets’ monument.
Our way will continue towards Aji Chai and crossing over historical bridge and passing by first fire fighters station and tower in Iran to get to famous Blue Mosque of Tabriz, one of the four famous blue mosques in the world. Tabriz blue mosque is famous for its unique turquoise tile work which doesn’t have anything comparable tile work to it in the world.
After our visit to blue mosque, we will walk towards Azerbaijan museum to get to know about Azerbaijan states of Iran history and more. From this museum we will walk towards Tabriz City Hall Mansion and from there to the highest brick made construction in the world at its own period, Arg-e Alishah.
The last but not least you can walk along Tabriz shopping neighborhood which used to be a passage of Silk Road once upon a time.
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