Iraq is located in Western Asia and situated at the Zagros mountain range and Northern the Arabian Desert. Iraq is known for having one of the world's oldest cultural histories and is famous for its painters, sculptors and fine handicrafts as Persian rugs and carpets. High season runs from May till June and from September till November.
Where To Go
Iraq’s most popular cities to visit are: Erbil, Baghdad, Mosul, Duhok, Balad, Tikrit, Ur, Aintamr, Fallujah, Nasiriyah, Najaf, Samarra, Babylon, Amadiya, Sulaymaniyah, Kirkuk, Basrah, Khalakan, Blijenke, Bebate, Koya and Sumayyil.
Things To Do
The most popular things to do in Iraq are: visit the Abbasid Palace, Kadhimimain Mosque and Souk al-Ghazal bazar in Baghdad, the Arch of Ctesiphon, Babylon and it's legendary Hanging Gardens, Basra once called the Venice of the East, the ruins of Hatra, the ancient Sumerian city of Ur and the ruins of Samarra of the Abbasid Empire.