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Top 5 popular driving routes in Iran

Iran boasts several scenic and famous tourist highway routes, each offering a unique driving experience:

Road from Shahroud to Gorgan: this 130 km road is famous for its forest scenery, including the forest trees of Tuskestan. It passes through the Jahannama Nature Reserve, which is home to a variety of trees such as urs, oak and alder. Attractions along the way include Shahwar Peak and Alangdare Park.

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Road from Karaj to Chalous: This 163 km road is a popular tourist attraction in itself. It is known for its mountainous terrain and scenic views, steep curves, valleys and forests. Key attractions include Amirkabir Dam, waterfall at Sepehsalar village and Valasht.

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Road from Asalem to Khalkhal: This 70-kilometer road in northern Iran is known for its verdant landscapes and cool climate. The route offers stunning views of green plains and snow-capped mountains.

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The road from Hajij to Uraman Takht: a 50 km long road connecting Kurdistan and Kermanshah provinces. It is characterized by greenery, rural terraced houses and mountains. The road is especially beautiful in spring and summer when wildflowers bloom.

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The coastal road from Chabahar to Beris. This 60-kilometer route along the Sea of Oman offers a unique landscape with rocky beaches, Lipar Lagoon and mangrove forests. The contrast of ocean and desert landscapes creates an unforgettable driving experience.

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Road from Shahdad to Nehbandan: this 216 km road connects Shahdad Kerman to Nehbandan in South Khorasan. It is known for its unique dwarangas and contrasting landscapes in a predominantly arid region.

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Each of these roads offers a unique perspective on Iran's diverse landscapes and cultural heritage, making them a must-see for road trip enthusiasts.

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