South or Northern part? What you need to know when visiting Iran in April
The answer is both. Even though weather condition is fading from cold to warm – southern cities are still suitable destinations with a tolerable humidity. In fact, all the cities have suitable weather conditions that makes April the best and peak season to visit Iran.
Cities that have the most amazing weather in April
Northern cities with low humidity and nice spring rain in April
Recommended Iran Cities in April
Cities are full of fresh flowers and roads are beautiful. Shiraz is known as the city of historical gardens like:
- Eram Garden
- Afif-Abad Garden and Museum
- Delgosha Garden
Kashan and Isfahan are full of nice aroma coming from the scent of sour orange blossoms spread all over the city in old alleys, gardens and even crowded streets. People are so joyful and hospitable, with a unique lifestyle – everyone is trying to be at their best look they possibly can.
Iran must do and see in April
Golabgiri is a thousand of years process of extracting rose water for many purposes in Iran. It is a festival held in some cities like:
- Lalehhzar near Kerman
- Meimand near Shiraz
The finished product fragrant-liquid use in making traditional sweets, like shole-zard, icecreams and syrups to flavor drinks. And Ka’aba the holy city among Muslim is washed using rose water from Iran. French buy rosewater for their cosmetic product such as perfumes. Who knows your favorite perfume brand could be from Iran originally!
Activities and Highlight April but not limited to:
Take warm but light clothing and if you are cold-sensitive don’t forget your jacket or coat for cold nights. Bring your camera/cellphone for capturing Iran’s best green landscapes of the year.
Tour Essential COLD day/nigh in April
- Warm clothing
- Warm shoes
- Rain coat
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