Sari city is one of the most attractive and beautiful spots in north of Iran. Sari urban system made more than 2500 years ago; in geographical map of the Achaemenid Empire there is only one city by the Caspian Sea named Zadkarta and the geographical location of Zadkarta is exactly the current location of Sari. Tusebn-e Nozar was the first person who made this area. Sari has beautiful, attractive and valuable nature and it has always attracted the attention of local governors therefore mansions and palaces in addition to attractive nature of this city are the most important tourist attractions. The basic economy of this city is agriculture, animal husbandry and handicrafts.
Mat weaving, carpet weaving, Kilim weaving, silk weaving, cloth weaving, potteries, wooden dishes, wooden sculptures, Zilu and Jajim are the most important artifacts of Sari.
The weather of Sari is mild and humid in summer and relatively cold and dry in winter also the mountainous southern part of this city has long and very cold winters.
Recreational and historical places
Safavid Farah Abad complex, Resket tower and Soltan Zeynolabedin tower.
Beautiful beaches of the Caspian Sea and Dasht-e Naz wildlife refuge.
Some of the tourist attractions address
Darab Kola waterfall: is located in Abka village in Sari.
Mirza Kuchak Khan forest park: is located in Sari.
Shahid Zare forest park: is located in the vicinity of wildlife refuge.
Dast Taz wildlife refuge: is located in Sari.
Hildo cave: is located in Shurab village in Sari.
Sarandun and Balandun lagoon: is located in 25 kilometers from Sari to Babolsar.
Mirza Mehdi cistern: is located in Sari.
No cistern: is located in Noanbar zone in Sari.
Resket tower: is located in Dodangeh district in Sari.
Soltan Zeynolabedin tower: is located in Sari.
Safavid Farah Abad complex: is located in 28 kilometers in north of Sari.
The mother language of people in Sari is Tabari. The common language of people in Sari was only Tabari (Mazandarani) until Safavid dynasty but after Bavand dynasty that were the supporter of Tabari language, this language replaced with Farsi (Persian) which was close to Tabari.