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.
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.
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.
Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse
Noushabad Underground City
Golab (Rose Water)
ZarBafi (golden weaving)