Tabriz has always been one of the most political cities in Iran. Whenever there
was a mutiny against tyranny or foreign invasion, all heads turned towards
Azerbaijan and its beating heart, Tabriz. The Constitution House of Tabriz is a
live proof of the political significance of the city. Khaneh Mashrouteh was the
headquarter of the Constitution Movement of Iran. Great revolutionary figures,
Sattar Khan and Bagher Khan, triggered a movement that put an end to absolute
monarchy in Iran. Next to Bazaar of Tabriz, the Constitution House is the most
visited spot in Tabriz tours. These two aren’t the only tourist attractions in
our Tabriz Sightseeing Tour. We will take you to the best of
attractions listed below:
Amir Nezam House: Also known as the Qajar Museum of Tabriz, Amir Nezam House
is a huge mansion in the old district of Sheshgelan, Tabriz. Originally the
house of a prominent Qajar official this beautiful house now serves as a museum
displaying many items of Qajar era.
Arg of Tabriz: is the old guardian of Tabriz and people of the city have a
special attachment to it. Built in the 14th century, Arg of Tabriz still stands
proud despite being savagely wounded many times in the course of history.
Azerbaijan Museum: The largest museum in Tabriz was established in 1958. It
consists of many sections each representing the remains of different periods in
the history of Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan Museum also houses a precious collection
of statues by Iranian modern artist Ahad Hosseini.
Elgoli Luna Park: is one the oldest public parks in Iran. Elgoli includes a
funfair, bike and skate lanes and a huge space with fitness equipment. The
massive artificial lake and its surrounding green hills are the favorite weekend
spot for the people.
Tabriz Blue Mosque is one of the few extant monuments from Kara Koyunlu era
in the 14th century. Despite being badly damaged in a powerful earthquake in
1760, the signature azure tilework of the entrance is still mesmerizing.
Tabriz Laleh Park: is the largest shopping mall in the northwest of Iran.
Many of the Iranian and international brands are represented in Laleh Park. The
top floor is the food court of Laleh Park Complex. The variety of local and
international cuisine in the food court as well as many fancy cafés, makes Laleh
Park a favorite hang out for the youth of Tabriz.
Tabriz had been a major stop on the famous Silk Road. For this reason, the
city’s accommodation displayed great diversity and quality. Aside from a host of
hotels and guesthouses, in the recent years, Tabriz hostels have lodged many
travelers. Kaya, Pars, and Shahryar are the best-known fancy hotels in Tabriz.
There are also great four-star hotels such as Tabriz International, Gostaresh,
and Petroshimi. You have great options when it comes to economy accommodation in
Tabriz. Esteghbal, Darya, Aras, and Sina are the best three-star hotels in
Tabriz. They offer quality service for a reasonable price.