Tabriz tour


Tabriz tour: tabriz is the third largest metropolis in Iran and the capital of eastern Azarbayjan province. Tabriz is one of the most ancient cities in Iran. The construction of the city dates back to the Parthian and Sassanid eras. The city has faced many ups and downs throughout its history. It has experienced many different events. Tabriz tour, the city has been destroyed and rebuilt many times over time due to numerous incidents. Events such as natural disasters (deadly earthquakes) and invaders (alien occupation).

History of Tabriz

Tabriz tour

History of Tabriz

Tabriz is the third largest metropolis in Iran and the capital of eastern Azarbayjan province.

 Tabriz is one of the most ancient cities in Iran.

The construction of the city dates back to the Parthian and Sassanid eras.

The city has faced many ups and downs throughout its history. It has experienced many different events.

The city has been destroyed and rebuilt many times over time due to numerous incidents. Events such as natural disasters (deadly earthquakes) and invaders (alien occupation).

Tabriz is the largest historical capital of the country. The peak of glory and power of Tabriz was during the rule of the Ilkhanate. During the reign of the Ilkhanate dynasty, Tabriz was the capital of a vast territory.

Tabriz tour is the destination of many tourists because there are many cultural and natural monuments. Tourists who are interested in getting to know the rich Tabriz tour attractions of Iran.

with Tabriz tour and travel guide, get to know the activities and attractions of the city.

Food in Tabriz

The travel guide to Tabriz will introduce you to the best local food and pastry of this city.

Bonab Kebab

Tabriz is famous for its kebab. Bonab Kebab was one of the royal dishes during the Qajar period.


This food is very similar to today’s finger foods. This is why it is popular with many people. They like this delicious food as an appetizer, a breakfast and snack. Doimaj is prepared from local bread, doogh, Tabriz cheese, butter, walnuts and vegetables.

Kufteh Tabrizi

Kufteh Tabrizi is a food that is famous in the world. Original Iranian Tabrizi meatballs are one of the best meatballs in the world.


Baslooq or Rahat Al-Halqum is another Tabrizi pastry. Baslooq has a very soft texture similar to jelly or lozenge. This pastry is baked in various and attractive colors.


Baklava is one of the most famous pastries in Tabriz. This sweet is known all over Iran. This s pastry was first imported to Iran from Central Asian countries. Then it became one of the popular pastries of Tabriz.

Geographical location OF Tabriz      

Tabriz is the third largest metropolis of Iran and the capital of East Azerbaijan province.

The city of Tabriz is located in mountainous and semi-mountainous areas and is surrounded by mountains on three sides: north, south and east.

Tabriz Weather

The climate of Tabriz is mountainous, cold and dry. The humidity in this city is very low and it has long and cold winters. Tabriz summers are mild, dry and rainy. The average maximum temperature in summer reaches 25 degrees Celsius and in winter the average temperature in Tabriz is -2 degrees Celsius.

Music in Tabriz

One of the well-known music in Tabriz is Ashiq Lar.

Ashiq Lars are a group of poets, composers, singers, musicians, actors and storytellers. They turn their poems into music. The instrument used by Ashiq Lars is similar to Tar with 9 strings. The instrument used by Ashiq Lar is similar to a string with strings. In the beautiful Turkish dialect, this instrument is called qapuz.

Handicrafts of Tabriz

Carpets and Rugs Iranian carpets and rugs are world famous. But the best type belongs to Tabriz. The handmade carpets of this city are world famous. Tabriz is called the city of handicrafts and carpet weaving. Carpet weaving in this city dates back to the Seljuk and Ilkhanid eras. leather The leather industry in Tabriz has been flourishing for a long time. The most prominent leather products are handmade leather shoes and bags. Tabriz quality leather products attract the attention of many tourists.

The most important Tabriz Attractions

Grand Bazaar of Tabriz

This old and beautiful market has an area of one square kilometer. Hence, this market is the largest indoor market in the world.

Due to the existence of the Silk Road in this route, the market is of great experience. And this boosted the market economy during the Safavid rule.

The old bazaar was destroyed by an earthquake in 1193 AH. But it was rebuilt by the order of the ruler of Tabriz. This Bazaar with its unique features is registered as one of the historical Tabriz tour attractions of UNESCO.

Historical and beautiful monuments can also be seen in the area of this Bazaar. In this Bazaar, a number of caravanserais, mosques and schools can be seen.

  These buildings are built with a brick facade and beautiful domes. These places represent the attractive landscape of this city.

The market has more than five thousand shops. The design style of Bazaar rooms is beautiful and spectacular. All of these places represent a special example of a business environment alongside Islamic life.

The importance of Tabriz tour market is not only related to its size. It is also important in terms of the mastery of architects in the use of bricks and brick pottery. This architecture has created a diverse atmosphere.

This particular architecture will definitely attract the attention of any tourist.

Blue Mosque

One of the most Beautiful Of Tabriz tour Attractions places in the city is the Blue Mosque. This mosque is 600 years old. This mosque is one of the masterpieces of Iranian architecture in the ninth century AH.

By looking at this building and the paintings inside the mosque, one can understand the identity, history and civilization of Islam in ancient Tabriz. The Blue Mosque is one of the most prominent examples of Islamic architecture.

Another wonder of this mosque is its special tiling. Because this mosque is one of the four mosques decorated with blue tiles in the world. One of the most prominent interior decorations in the mosque is its turquoise tiles. The name of blue Mosque has been chosen based on the color of the mosque.

Inside the blue mosque, turquoise stones have been used. The roof is also painted with gold water.

This building, like the Grand Bazaar, was severely damaged in the earthquake of 1193 AH. However, the beauty and splendor of the Blue Mosque has not diminished. Because the tiles and calligraphy left, this mosque has become a unique building. It can still show the art of Iranian architects very well.

This building receives many tourists annually. for more information about this attraction you can visit Blue mosque blog.

Jameh Mosque of Tabriz

According to existing historical documents, the time of construction of this beautiful and magnificent mosque dates back to the reign of the Seljuk kings (fifth to sixth centuries AH).

Unfortunately, due to the terrible earthquake, parts of this monument, including several arches, were destroyed.

Mosque architecture
The Tabriz Grand Mosque was originally a one-porch mosque, but over time it has been transformed into a two-porch mosque.
Archaeologists believe that the builders of the mosque have considered the style and principles of construction of Firoozabad Palace as a model for the construction of this mosque.
Despite the grandeur of this historic mosque, one can see the lack of luxury and excessive decorations in this place. In such a way that there is no trace of tiling and carving in any of its parts.

more information about Jameh Mosque of Tabriz

Constitutional House in Tabriz

This monument is located in one of the old neighborhoods of Tabriz. This mansion is built in the style of Qajar architecture. All the windows of this house are red, green and white. These windows have multiplied the beauty of the house. This building has been registered in the list of national monuments of Iran in 1975 due to its antiquity and beauty.

The valuable items in this house have turned it into a museum. In the statue house of the statues, valuable items such as Sattar Khan’s weapon (one of the commanders of the Iranian constitutional movement) and historical documents are on display for visitors. Hence, significant travelers visit the Constitutional House every year.

Hariri House

Hariri House is one of the most beautiful houses that was built in Tabriz in the early Qajar period.

  There is one of the best examples of murals in this house. This house is considered one of the most beautiful houses in Tabriz due to the paintings that have been painted all over its ceiling and walls. These murals do not have such a beautiful example in Iran. Tabriz travel guide encourages every tourist to see the beauty of this house up close.


Among the beautiful buildings in the Bazaar, we can name Timcheh Amir. Timcheh is located at the beginning of Tabriz Bazaar. Timcheh Amir dates back to the Qajar period. This place is one of the most magnificent Timchehs in the market. It is a place with extraordinary architecture that works in the field of gold and jewelry.

Timcheh Amir is one of the most beautiful Timchehs in the market with its octagonal design and Moqarnas rooms. This place also has the largest brick dome of the bazaar.

Various traditional goods are sold in this market. The most important items are handmade carpets, leather bags and shoes, herbal and medicinal products, spices, fabrics, etc.

Azerbaijan museum     

Azerbaijan Museum is one of the most important archeological museums. This museum is one of the best places to get acquainted with the history and culture of Azerbaijan. In this museum, ancient coins, pottery, sculptures, inscriptions and traditional clothes are kept.

Sa'at tower

One of the symbols of Tabriz tour is Sa’at Square. This building was built in the first Pahlavi period in the style of German architecture. Tabriz sa’at Square is one of the oldest squares in the city.

Sa’at tower Museum is one of the most significant museums in Iran. Important objects in this museum include old cameras, weapons of Qasem Khan vali (the first mayor of Tabriz), photographs of old buildings and photographs of constitutional commanders.

Original and pure carpets and rugs that have been found for more than 110 years are also located in the carpet hall of this museum.

Iron Age Museum

The Iron Age Museum is the first field museum in Iran with a historical cemetery north of the Blue Mosque. The museum includes cemeteries and pottery from the Iron Age. These graves are more than four thousand years old.

The information obtained from these graves indicates the Mithraism.

Eil Goli (recreational places)

Eil Goli is a garden that due to its history and beauty is one of the main symbols of this city. Now this garden is a suitable place for rest and entertainment. The reason for the formation and construction of this park is its swimming pool. The pool has been a source of agricultural water for the surrounding areas.

Amusements in the Park IL Goli in which you will get to know them in Tabriz tour and travel guide are as follows:

Mini Golf: One of the most standard golf courses in Iran is located in this city.

Cement Skating Rink: Cement Skating Complex, which is one of the most standard and largest army skating rinks.

Carriage riding: Another attraction of traveling to Tabriz tour is carriage riding around Il Goli Lake. You can enjoy the beautiful nature of the garden in a carriage ride.

Boating: In spring and summer, when the weather is good, it is possible to go boating on the lake. But in winter, the lake freezes and there is no possibility of any activity on the lake.

Shishe-Gar-Khane Bazaar

Shishe Gar Khane Bazaar has been one of the most important and richest markets in Tabriz. This market was considered a symbol of trade at that time. In the past, this market was a place for selling crystal and glass containers. But today it has become a place to sell medicinal plants.


Arg-e-Alishah is one of the architectural masterpieces of Iran. Its glory as an example of an Islamic monument is unparalleled. The main building of the citadel dates back to the eighth century AD. It dates back to the Ilkhanid period. And was made by the order of Alishah. It is mentioned in the sources that Alishah asked the architects of that time the size of Kasra arch. He ordered them to make the citadel 4 yards (104 cm each) bigger than it. Unfortunately, this did not happen for various reasons.

But due to the collapse of the roof during construction and the death of Alishah, this work remained unfinished.

According to historical tourist notes, the Arg-e-Alishah was the only high-rise building in Tabriz tour. It was even visible from afar.

 This citadel was used extensively during the war. And this has led to the great destruction of the Citadel.

Between 1804 and 1824, a war broke out between Iran and Russia. This coincided with the Qajar rule. At that time, Arg-e-Alishah was used as a military wall. This issue unfortunately caused a lot of damage to this citadel during the war.

Of course, other buildings were built in the citadel during the constitutional period and after that.

Such as Nejat School (one of the first modern Iranian schools) and theater hall. A theater whose example existed only in St. Petersburg.

 This historical monument was registered in 1310 AD as one of the national monuments of Iran. But today only the south wall of the citadel remains.

Looking at the history of this 700-year-old building, it can be said that Alisha Citadel is a valuable monument. Because it has gone through many natural disasters and historical events.

Maqbaratoshoara Tomb

The Tomb of the Poets has been the burial place of more than 400 poets and writers for 800 years, who have been buried in this place during different periods. Poets such as Asadi Tusi, Khaghani Shervani and Shahriyar are among those buried in Maqbaratoshoara.

One of the greatest contemporary Iranian poets buried in this place is Shahriyar. The tomb of this popular Iranian poet attracts many tourists every year.

Einali Mountain (recreational places)

Einali Mountain is one of the most popular tourist complexes, which has a special place in Tabriz travel guide.

The most popular recreational vehicle in this area is the gondola lift, which you will enjoy the beautiful nature of this mountain by riding on it. Each cabin has a capacity of 8 people and will cover a distance of 1480 meters.

At the End

Now that you are familiar with this fascinating city by reading the Tabriz tour and travel guide, do not miss the memorable experience of traveling to Tabriz and Tabriz tour. Attractive monuments, unique handicrafts and delicious food are definitely worth a try. So do not miss the opportunity to travel to this mysterious city. Due to its natural and geographical location, this city is one of the coldest cities in Iran.

And has cold winters. But the weather in summer is very cool and pleasant. So do not miss the opportunity to travel to Tabriz in summer.