City of Kashan

If you are looking for a more laid-back vibe, you will love the oasis Kashan city. This area features lavish 19th-century building works, constructed during the illustrious Qajar era. The covered Kashan bazaar is atmospheric, and full of locally produced pottery and rugs. For a special treat, visit Kahan, Iran in April, when the many rose bushes are in full bloom.

Facts about Kashan, Iran

Kashan city is found in Isfahan, Iran and it pioneered the large oases along the Qom-Kerman road, located along the edge of Iran’s central deserts of Iran. Kashan city is endowed with a charm that is achieved through the contrast of immense, dried out deserts and the greenery of well-tended oasis.

Archaeological discoveries revealed that Kashan, Iran was among the primary centers of civilization during the prehistoric ages and it dates back to the Elamite period of Iran.

Aside from its colorful history, Kashan, Iran is well-known for carpets and Kashan rose water which are the main products of the city.

Kashan, Iran’s Points of Interests

Foreign travelers go to Kashan, Iran to explore its history and culture. Visiting Kashan city treats you to a one-of-a-kind experience, especially with the interesting attractions in Kashan that you can’t afford to not see. Just find a good Kashan accommodation that will make it more convenient for you to plan a trip.

 

1. Kashan’s Historical Houses

Kashan is just a 3 hour drive from Tehran, and has been very up and coming with the elite.  It has become a common destination for the people traveling to Kashan, Iran, particularly because of the numerous historical places found in the city.

To name a few, here are some of the historical houses in Kashan, Iran that you must explore:

 

Ameri-Ha (Amerian) House

This is a traditional house in Kashan built in the mid 19th century during the Qajar era, the Ameri-Ha (Amerian) house is one of several large spectacular old houses in the central district of Kashan.

Like the other houses around it, it was re-built after Kashan was ravaged by a series of massive earthquakes in the 18th century. At present, the house is transformed into a public museum.

 

Abbasian House

This is a large traditional historical house built during the late 18th century. The Abbasian house is a beautiful example of Kashani residential architecture. It is said to have been the property of a famous cleric. It has six courtyards that would fit the needs of different families. One of the chambers has a ceiling designed with mirror pieces so as to give the impression of a starry sky under the nocturnal glitter of candlelight. The house is now a public museum.

 

2. Kashan Bazaar

With its fantastic mudbrick architecture, the Kashan Bazaar is one of the jewels of the city. Pay a small amount to one of the touts hanging around the bazaar and you will be led to the roof of the bazaar, you can get an idea of the technical marvel of building such large structures from mud bricks and have a wonderful view over the old Kashan city.

 

3. The Festival of Rose and Rose Water

Every year during the second half of May, the festival of Rose and Rose Water is being held in Kashan, Iran. Many people from different parts of the country and abroad visit Kashan, the hub of Mohammadi Rose in Iran.

Kashan rose water is made from a very sweet smelling kind of rose and is used in various traditional dishes and sweets.

Mohammadi Rose (Rosa damascene or Damask rose) is among the most important roses in the world and among the most famous plants. Because of its extraordinary fragrance and diversity, this flower is planted in many parts of the world. The flower has applications in food, medicine and perfume industries.

 

Accommodation in Kashan

 

One of the first historical houses in Kashan is Ehsan House and that is why this accommodation in Kashan you should not miss. This hotel is very convenient to explore other historical houses, visit local Bazar or use it to enjoy relaxing in the garden.

 

Ehsan House - Kashan

 

The Morshedi house is one of Kashan's Historical houses which is turned to be a hotel in a traditional manner. Every guest who is planning to stay in this house awaits pure Persian style hospitality in a historical concept. Very welcoming atmosphere and friendly staff will make everybody feel a unique experience.

 

Morshedi House - Kashan

 

Saraye Darbe Bagh is an original old house which has been converted into a boutique residential hotel with a great location. Specific room decoration and traditional Kashan cuisine are prepared in order to present people a unique spirit of this old district.

 

Darbe Bagh Hotel

 

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