Old & traditional houses are main attractions in old city of Kashan. Some of them have been renovated, so you can go and visit them. But if you really want to try living in one of them, The Manouchehri House is highly recommended. A 2 star hotel which is way beyond expectations!
Kashan city is located near center of Iran, and it is hot when you travel during summer. In a time that everyone travel to colder places, me and my dear friend decided to visit Kashan. It is hot as expected, but a miracle saved us from heat: Iranian traditional drinks known as “Sharbat“.
Paying for hotels or even hostels can consume major part of our travel budget and makes it harder for further plans with peace of mind. workaday.info website has a good solution for this problem. Use your skills to pay for your accommodation!
Filband, a village in north of Iran in Mazandaran province, is all in clouds! It is so cold most of the times that nobody would live there, except when the weather gets warmer during spring and summer. I took a visit there two years ago, just the same time as now (Facebook reminded me that!). So I thought it might be good sharing what I experienced there in beautiful village of Filband.
Last week I covered first part of my “Best Tehran Cafes “ list. There are lots of good cafes to cover and this is the second part of that article. I hope you enjoy it!
Tehran is a huge city, very crowded with busy lifestyle. But at the same time, there are lots of cafes available where you can go grab some coffee or tea and relax for a while. Tehran cafes are scattered in different part of city and there are lots of options available to check out. In recent years I tried many cafes with my dearest friends. Among these cafes, some are worth visiting more than others and I`m going to tell you which cafes keep bring me back to try them again and enjoy being there more and more!
traveling Iran can be an amazing experience for many curious travelers who want to see what is really is happening there! Now those who have planned for it, can have a 30 day visa on arrival at Iran airport!
“A Journey Inside” is a social documentation project that is about to do this task in its own way. The result is different from what we see in ordinary media every day!
Most newspapers and websites and television is full of horrible news and various conflicts and insecurity around the world, which makes our intake into the surrounding environment always be with fear and worry. But in the meantime, there are people with different kind of thinking and a different perspective, and do things beyond expectation. Matt Harding is one of those people who have gone to different parts of the world and dance with people in each region! He plans to go to Iran in 2016 and dance with Iranians too. But he needs people in destination countries to do something for him first!