Western Iran GuideWestern Iran is a large section of the country, to the west of Iranian cities like Tehran and Qom. Most of the region is co-located with Zagros Mountains starting from Turkey and Kurdistan and ending in Persian Gulf. HotelsFind hotels in Kermanshah and more.
Popular in Western IranQazvinQazvin is the largest city and capital of the Qazvin in Iran. Qazvin was an ancient capital in the Persian Empire and nowadays is known as calligraphy capital of Iran. KermanshahKermanshah is a city in Western Iran. Kermnashah has a large population, and Kurdish language as well as some dialects of Kurdish is widely used in the city.
In Western IranLorestanLorestan is a province of Iran. North and East Lorestan has a very cold snowy winter with pleasant summer. QazvinQazvin is a province in Iran. KhuzestanKhuzestan is one of 30 provinces in Iran. Shevi waterfall in Dezful SanandajSanandaj, also called "Senna" is a city in the Kurdistan Province of Iran. Sanandaj occupies a fertile valley in the Zagros Mountains. YasoujYasouj is a city in Kohkiluyeh and Buyer-Ahmad, about 150km from Shiraz. Shared taxis from Shiraz leave when they are full and cost 40,000. ArakArak is a city in Western Iran. Known for their hand-knotted carpets which are generally referred to as Sarouk rugs, known for their exceptional quality and ability to withstand decades of wear IlamIlam is a city in Western Iran populated by Kurds. Kurdish Like many other regions of Iran the architecture in Ilam includes traditional and contemporary periods. Khorram AbadKhorram Abad is a city in Western Iran and capital of the Lorestan Province. 5 Paleolithic cave-dwelling sites In the city center, a tall citadel called Falak-ol-Aflak, a relic of the Sassanid era, is now a nationally popular museum. Shahr-e KordShahr-e Kord is in Iran. The town has a ski resort located about 35 km away and several natural lagoons and small lakes for outdoor relaxation.