Book Flights to Shiraz, Iran
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The capital of Fars Province in Iran, Shiraz is located in the southwest part of the country on the 'Roodkhaneye Khoshk' seasonal river. This city is cherished throughout the country as a city of poets. Two of the nation's greatest poets, Hafez and Saadi, were born here. Shiraz is also steeped in rich history. The city is set in the parched hills of the dry Fars region and its natives have managed to nurture some lovely public parks. Major tourist attractions in the city include various stunning mosques, beautiful gardens, and more.Vakil Bazaar
The main market place of Shiraz, Vakil Bazaar is home to scores of stalls and shops. The bazaar is like a labyrinthine and is place for buying jewelry, spices, rugs, and household goods. It needs more than one afternoon to cover the entire bazaar. The vaulted arched ceilings of Vakil Bazaar are an excellent example of Zand architecture and make a soothing atmosphere.Eram Garden
Shiraz is popular for for its cultivation of beautiful garden and Eram Garden is a fine example of it. This garden falls within the botanical gardens of Shiraz University and boasts a plethora of cypress trees, rosebushes, and trimmed hedges. At the center of the garden, there is a small pool and an imposing Qajar-era palace. This palace is however closed for the public. Eram Garden is located just north of the Khoshk River.Nasir ol-Mulk Mosque
Also known as the Pink Mosque, Nasir ol-Mulk Mosque is one of the most famous buildings in Shiraz. It is a Qajar-era mosque celebrated for its stunning colorful interiors including intricately painted tiles and arches, the stained-glass windows, and numerous Persian carpets creating a fascinating aesthetic.