35.69611151.4230561تهران (فارسجه: تهران) – ایرانین باشکندی، ان اؤنملی شهر، شولوغ و چوخ توستولو یئر
34.848.5166672همدان (فارسجه: همدان) – one of the oldest cities in Iran
Template:Marker (فارسجه: اصفهان) – a former capital with stunning architecture, great bazaar, and tree-lined boulevards. Most popular tourist destination in the country. There's a Persian saying that "Isfahan is half the world."
30.1757.053کیرمان (فارسجه: کرمان) – this south-eastern city is one of the five historical cities of Iran.
36.359.64مشهد (فارسجه: مشهد) – the greatest city of eastern Iran, with an important mosque, the shrine of the Imam Reza
34.6450.8763895قوم (فارسجه: قم) – one of the holiest cities in the Middle East, considered the Jewel of Iran
29.61666752.5333336شیراز (فارسجه: شیراز) – a former capital, home of famous Persian poets such as Hafiz and Sa'di; known for gardens, especially roses. Very close to the famous ruins of Persepolis.
38.06666746.37تبریز (فارسجه: تبریز) – آذربایجانین ان اؤنملی شهری، ایرانین گئچمیش باشکندی، اسکی اؤست اؤتولو بؤیوک بازارین شهری
31.89722254.3677788یزد (فارسجه: یزد) – a remote desert city – circumstance influenced special architectural themes where water streams run in underground rooms in houses and wind-towers to keep them cool.
36.44472250.5863891Alamut (Persian: الموت), near Qazvin – castle of the legendary Assassins.
36.04916751.4172222Dizin (Persian: دیزین) – one of the highest ski resorts in the world, two hours north of Tehran. Great powder snow, cheap prices and few international visitors makes this is a great place for a ski holiday.
26.53333353.9666673Kish Island (Persian: کیش) – a free trade zone in the Persian Gulf, it is regarded as a consumer's 'paradise', with numerous malls, shopping centres, tourist attractions, and resort hotels. There is also Iran's first marina on the east side of the island.
26.69527855.6183334Qeshm Island (Persian: قشم) – Iran's largest and the Persian Gulf's largest island. Qeshm island is famous for its wide range of ecotourist attractions such as the Hara marine forests. According to environmentalists, about 1.5% of the world birds and 25% of Iran's native birds annually migrate to Hara forests which is the first national geo park.
30.253.1794445Pasargad (Persian: پاسارگاد) – the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire, and home to the tomb of Cyrus the Great.
29.93444452.8913896Persepolis – impressive ruins of a vast city-like complex built over 2,500 years ago, near the modern city of Shiraz. It was set on fire by Alexander the Great and further ruined by Arab invaders. Called TakhteJamshid in Persian, Persepolis is the symbol of Iranian nationality.
32.19055648.2577787Susa (or Shush) (Persian: شوش) – 200 km north of Ahvaz, was Iran's most ancient city. The Ziggurat of Chughazanbil, Darius the Great's palace, the Jewish prophet Daniel's temple and Artaxerxes II's palace are among the historical sites.