Ardabil Tourism

Ardebil province is one of the provinces of Iran located in the northwest of Iran in the Azarbaijan region of Iran. The area of this province is 17,953 square kilometers (approximately 1.09 percent of the total area of the country) and its population is 1,459,000, based on the census in 1390.

The center of this province is Ardabil city and according to the latest divisions of the country, it includes 10 cities, 25 divisions, 21 cities and 66 rural districts. On December 22, 1992, the bill on the province of Ardabil was approved by the Islamic Consultative Assembly, and this province was separated from the province of Azerbaijan on April 23, 1993, after nearly 30 years following the people of Ardebil, and became an independent province. Ardebil province is one of the tourism destinations in Iran. One of the characteristics of this province is its pleasant and pleasant weather in the spring and summer. The Mashgin Shahr and Sarein Spa Complex, 22 km west of Ardebil, is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the province of Ardabil, which is home to tens of thousands of tourists from all over Iran and foreign countries in the warm seasons, especially in summer. Sarien has the largest number of hotel and hotel apartments with its relatively low population density compared to other Iranian tourist destinations.

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