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New countries for interesting travel - Iran, Uzbekistan

Submitted by Visit Plus on Tue, 01/14/2020 - 11:36

Traveling to visit attractions is no less popular than relaxing in beach resorts. It is very interesting to visit new places, cities, countries. What's more, they can be combined. For example, like this: in summer - beach destinations, in autumn - sightseeing tours.

If you have already been everywhere, then it's time to visit countries that are still getting tired of being unusual for travelers. There are many interesting places in the world where tourists rarely come yet. For example, Iran or Uzbekistan.

Visit Iran

Iran remains a rather unusual country for both Russians and travelers from other countries. But tour operators are already offering tours to Iran. This is facilitated by rather loyal conditions for entry from Russia and direct flights from Moscow and St. Petersburg.
If you are traveling in a group of 5 to 50 people, then you do not need to apply for a visa to enter Iran. Such tourists can stay in the country for up to 14 days. Most likely, you will need a PCR test with a negative result. But those who are looking for unusual travel, this will not stop.

What to visit - see in Iran:

  • Ancient fortress - Babak Castle.
  • Temple Chekchek.
  • Biston and Tak Bostan in the city of Kermanshah.
  • Historical houses of the city of Kashan.
  • The ancient city of Chugazanbil.
  • Katlehor cave.
  • Water facilities of the city of Shushtar.
  • Qeshm Valley of the Stars.
  • Mosque Nasir al-Mulk (Pink Mosque).
  • Desert Lut.
  • Pink Lake Maarlo
  • Underground city Kariz Kish.
  • The village of Kandavan.
  • Zoroastrian tombs.

Iran is a country with a rich history. There are many interesting places for tourists in Iran.

Iran's largest airport is located near Tehran.

Visit Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is a country in which there are many ancient cities and sights that are interesting for tourists. The capital of Uzbekistan is the city of Tashkent.
What to see, see, visit in Uzbekistan!

In Tashkent: Khazrati Imam and Sheikhantaur ensembles, Abdulkasim Sheikh Madrasah, Barakkhan and Kukeldash.
In Samarkand: Registan Square, Bibi Khanum Mosque, Gur-Emir Mausoleum, Shakhi Zinda Complex, Ulugbek Observatory.
In Bukhara: Poi-Kalyan ensemble, Ark citadel, Samanid mausoleum, Lyabi-Khauz.
In Khiva: the historical district of Ichan-Kala.

The Uzbek mountains will be of interest to those who love active forms of recreation, mountain tourism, and skiing. Tour operators may also offer excursions to neighboring countries, such as Lake Issyk-Kul.

The largest airport in Uzbekistan is located in the city of Tashkent.

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