Tabriz Hotels Hostels
Iran’s map resembles a cat whose head aims for the northwest while its tail
reaches the border of Pakistan to the southeast.
is situated right at the
head of the country near Urmiah Lake. But Tabriz’s significance as the head of
Iran isn’t just figurative. It is one of the largest and most populated
and one of its main industrial and economic hubs. However, Tabriz isn’t
all about gigantic factories with towering flue-gas stacks and markets seething
with people. It also boasts one of the most bountiful natural surroundings in
Iran. Lofty mountainous heights, dense green jungles, expansive lakes, ferocious
rivers and even hot sandy deserts are among
Tabriz tourist attractions
had been chosen as the capital of Iran
several times during its ancient history.
As a result, hundreds of royal buildings and monuments were built in the city.
However most of these palatial edifices had been destroyed in a number of
horrendous earthquakes. But still many magnificent establishments attest to the
former glory of this once capital of Iran. Among Tabriz's points of interests is
Tabriz Grand Bazaar
, the largest covered bazaar in the world and a UNESCO
heritage site. A city as prosperous and multifaceted as Tabriz must include
numerous hotels, hostels and guesthouses and
options are not few. Tabriz has four five-star hotels and more than a dozen
four and three-star hotels most of which offer online booking for their
prospective guests. Most of the three-star hotels and guesthouses in Tabriz are
reasonably cheap in comparison with other major cities in Iran. Also, as with
other hotels in Iran
, Tabriz international hotels have English speaking staff
who eagerly help the guests with their every need.