Discover the quiet majesty of the capital of the Laristan region of Iran when you book flights to Lar with flydubai. We offer a range of flights and services to make your journey as comfortable and convenient as possible.
At flydubai we’re dedicated to offering an excellent travel experience from the moment you book to the moment you land. Make use of our online check-in to streamline your time at the airport. Once you’re on board, you can log in to our in-flight WiFi so you never have to lose touch with friends on the ground. If you’d prefer to switch off on your journey, explore all we have to offer on your personal HD touchscreen. With movies, tv shows, music and games to explore, you’ll be entertained from the moment your flight leaves the ground.
Pre-book a hot meal before you arrive at the airport to enjoy during your flight. Or if you fancy something lighter, there are a wide selection of snacks and beverages available to purchase throughout the flight, along with our extensive range of duty-free products.
When you fly with an Economy Class fare, you’ll unwind in our spacious cabin. We’ve created our aircraft with you in mind, that’s why our seats offer extra legroom so you can stretch out in comfort as you make your way to Iran.
Upgrade to Business Class where you can indulge in a personalised service from the moment you reach the airport. Once you arrive, you’ll be fast-tracked through check-in and security, giving you more time to relax before your trip. When your gate is called, you’ll be shown to your Italian leather seat by a member of the cabin crew, who will look after you throughout your flight.
Explore the ancient Qadamgah Castle in the northwest of the city, which dates back to the pre-Islamic period. Surrounded by vast sandy deserts with a backdrop of towering mountains, the remote location is a peaceful place. It was originally constructed to defend the city from historic invading forces, but now only the foundations, well and towers remain, ready to be explored. Perfect for history buffs.
Just outside the city, take the time to visit the 600-year-old Ejdeha Peykar Castle. Perched on top of a hill in the west of Lar, the stone structure dates back to the pre-Islamic era. The castle was partly destroyed during Reza Shah’s reign. Visit the upper and middle tower, as well as the remains of the stone walls.
Breaking up the sandy skyline with its dazzling turquoise-domed roof, the Friday Mosque captures the religious traditions that breathe through the city. With its scaling minarets, pay your respects at this ornate mosque. It was first constructed in the 8th century, but amazingly, some of the original features still exist today.
This city is split into two - the old town, with its ancient remains, bustling bazaars and historic baths, contrast with the modern Lar city that has established restaurants and a bustling shopping mall. Visit and discover the colourful heritage of the Laristan region.
From the remains of the sacred Pir Sorkh tomb to the number of ornate mosques; in the old town of Lar, there’s a wealth of monuments for you to admire. Peer up at the Imam Khomeini Square monument and take in its significance. Illuminated at night, the interesting structure stands out of the skyline.
Relax in the historical complex of the Nishat Garden and Baths. The divinely decorated, octagonal mansion sits nearby the idyllic, yet dried out, Barvand River. Spanning over 14,500 square metres, this huge historical bath was constructed during the Afsharid period and is a tranquil spot, surrounded by palm trees.
Among the desert landscape of Lar, relaxation spots take shape in the form of green parks. There are several notable spaces in which to enjoy the laidback lifestyle of Lar.
If you’re travelling with the family, explore the sprawling main park. With a dragon statue at its centre, there are hidden gems to discover throughout the palm woodland. Here you can enjoy the small fairground with rug slides and rides. Race each other around the Go-Kart Circuit or play a game of paintball.
In the old city of Lar, the Qeisariyeh Bazaar is home to treasures galore beneath its iconic humped roof. It’s one of the oldest markets of its kind in the country and is the perfect place to enjoy a real taste of the traditional way of like in Lar. Follow the arches through the hustle and bustle, along the four stretching arms of the ancient stone market.
Browse the many stalls and shop fronts selling everything from fabrics, clothing, silverware, cooking utensils and home décor. With fashion goods and hand-crafted Persian carpets to pick up, enjoy the art of bartering for the best price.
Before you travel to Lar, contact your country’s embassy to see what visa information is required.
While in Lar you’ll use the national currency which is Iranian Rial (IRR). Frequently used banknotes include:100, 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 20,000, 50,000.
The official language of Iran and spoken mostly in Lar is Persian.
Lar sees a hot climate year round with temperatures rarely dropping below 20°C. In June through to September, the hottest months, temperatures scale between 34°C and 48°C.
If this is your first time in Lar, it’s recommended to get around the city in a taxi. The official Iranian taxi vehicles are marked in orange and blue and it’s best to organise the fare beforehand. The local bus service does run around the city if you prefer to use public transport.
You’ll land in Larestan International Airport (LRR) when you visit Lar. The airport is 5.7km from the city centre.