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Unveiling Kashan: A Journey Through the Rose City

Experience Kashan, renowned for its architecture, carpet weaving, and rosewater. Visit the Tabatabaei House, explore its lush gardens, and immerse yourself in Kashan's unique charm.

Experience Kashan, renowned for its architecture, carpet weaving, and rosewater. Visit the Tabatabaei House, explore its lush gardens, and immerse yourself in Kashan's unique charm.

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Isfahan is Iran's masterpiece and a jewel of Islamic Art and Architecture. It captivates visitors with its beautiful gardens, grand palaces, and towering mosques. The city's artistry and architecture can be seen in Naqsh-e-Jahan Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Known as the 'half of the world' in the 17th century, Isfahan has lots to offer with its Persian-Islamic architecture style.

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Yazd is a fascinating city located in the center of Iran. Known for its distinctive adobe architecture and historical wind towers, it is one of the oldest towns on earth according to UNESCO. Its timeless appeal is enhanced by its ancient desert surroundings and captivating Zoroastrian culture. The city brims with beautiful mosques, atmospheric old homes, and an enchanting bazaar offering an authentic glimpse into the Iran of yesteryear.

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Known as the city of poets, literature, wine, and flowers, Shiraz is often seen as the house of Persian culture. It's adorned with beautiful gardens and exquisite mosques. The city contains many historic sites and is known for its famous Pink Mosque. Shiraz is also known as the heartland of Persian culture and this city has a reputation for having liberal, progressive and relaxed atmospheres.

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Tour Borujerdi House

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Washington

Day 1

Air Drive

11,152 km

Kashan

Day 2

5:00 PM

8:29 AM

15h 29m

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Kashan

Day 4

Air Drive

200 km

Isfahan

Day 4

5:00 PM

7:27 PM

2h 27m

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Isfahan

Day 6

Air Drive

310 km

Yazd

Day 6

5:00 PM

9:18 PM

4h 18m

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Yazd

Day 8

Air Drive

448 km

Shiraz

Day 8

5:00 PM

10:35 PM

6h 35m

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Shiraz

Day 10

Air Drive

11,634 km

Washington

Day 11

5:00 PM

9:09 AM

16h 9m

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Travel Tips

Sure, these cities in Iran are steeped in culture and history. Here are some travel tips for your visit to Kashan, Isfahan, Yazd, and Shiraz.

Best Time to Visit:
Spring (March-May) and Autumn (September-November) are the best times to visit, when the weather is comfortably warm during the day and cooler at night.

Route and Accessibility:
Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport is the main international gateway to Iran, and there are regular flights connecting to Kashan, Isfahan, Yazd, and Shiraz. Additionally, these cities are well connected by road, so intercity buses or private cars are a good mode of transport.

Altitude and Acclimatization:
These cities are not at high altitudes, so acclimatization should not be an issue. However, take care to stay hydrated, especially if you are travelling during the warmer months.

Accommodation and Booking:
Iran offers a range of accommodations, from budget guest houses (mehmansaras), traditional houses now converted into boutique hotels, and luxury hotels. It's recommended to book your accommodations in advance.

Clothing and Essentials:
Due to the prevailing customs and legal requirements in Iran, women are required to wear loose fitting clothing and a headscarf in public places. Men should wear long trousers. Comfortable shoes are imperative as you will likely be doing a lot of walking. Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat are also useful items to carry.

Health and Safety:
Iran is generally considered safe for travelers. However, normal precautions apply. Carry travel insurance, basic medicines, and keep hydration in check, especially during the warmer months.

Local Etiquette and Respect:
Iranians are warm and hospitable. A basic understanding of Farsi is appreciated, but not necessary. Respect local customs and traditions. Remember to remove shoes when entering mosques or traditional houses.