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!
Autumn mean opening of the school. But at the same time, the fall is the ideal time to travel to the places that bring fresh scent and color to nature in this season. Evan Lake in Qazvin, Iran is one of these special cases.
Living with locals in a village is one of those special accommodations that some nature oriented tours and travelers take to rest at night. If you haven`t tried resting in a local house yet, it is good to continue reading to know the essentials of staying as a guest in a village house and with locals.
Please don`t conclude from the topic that I want to say travel guides and apps and companies related to traveling are all bad or wrong or useless. I use them all for each traveling, but what I want to say is that as much as they are helpful, they might limit your experience too!