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Cheap flights to Tabriz Airport

Shrouded in legend, mystery, and romance, Tabriz has a history dating back thousands of years. Once a major stop on the Silk Road, Tabriz has also found itself fought over by numerous empires, including Ottomans, Russians, and Persians. Today it lies in Iran and is the capital of that country's East Azerbaijan province. While overlooked by western visitors in recent decades, Tabriz is a destination that is sure to delight adventurous travellers. If you're looking for the cheapest flights to Tabriz take advantage of Skyscanner's monthly search feature to narrow down the cheapest time of the year to fly.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Tabriz

Tabriz has four very distinct seasons, with warm and pleasant summers and cold and harsh winters. As a result, the best time to visit the city is undoubtedly during the summer season when you can better enjoy its dining, parks, and other attractions. Keep in mind that Tabriz is a popular summer resort for vacationing Iranians so be sure to book your flight and hotel well in advance.

Airlines that Fly to Tabriz

Most flights to Tabriz arrive from either other Iranian cities or from destinations in the Middle East. Many flights to Turkey are also offered, but some only seasonally. Some of the airlines that fly to Tabriz are:

  • ATA Airlines
  • Iran Air
  • Mahan Air
  • Pegasus Airlines
  • Saudia
  • Turkish Airlines

What to Expect at the Airport

Tabriz International Airport is a small facility, but it is clean, modern, and easy to navigate. To get from your gate to the exit is generally a quick process. Staff are extremely friendly and will go out of their way to assist visitors. The best way to get to Tabriz itself is with a taxi, which are readily identifiable by their blue stripes. Be sure you negotiate a price beforehand. Be aware that English might be limited here and you will have a much easier time if you can speak even a little Azerbaijani or Persian.

What to See and Do in Tabriz

Tabriz has a history dating back thousands of years and as a former stopping point on the Silk Road it has become infused with influences from numerous cultures. One of the former capitals of Iran, today Tabriz is known for its fantastic food, pleasant weather,  and its world famous carpets, which make for an impressive if expensive souvenir. The city's main attraction is its bazaar, the largest covered bazaar in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tabriz is also famous for its poetry and literature and a visit to the Poets' Mausoleum, which includes the final resting place of beloved poet Ostad Shahriyar, is a must. The Azerbaijan Museum is a great place to learn about the region's archaeological history, while the Blue Mosque is certainly the most impressive mosque in the city. When looking for a hotel in Tabriz you can find a great room at the right price with Skyscanner.

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