Kashan is the epitome of all that is essentially Persian – a city of mosques and caravanserai; carpet and ceramics; bazaars and gardens. Archaeologically the area has been shown to have been inhabited since the 4th millennium BC, Tappeh Sialk.
Service to obtain the Iran visa tracking code
Transportation in Tehran
Visa stamp fee
Entrance fees to the attractions
extra tour expense for Americans, Canadians, and the English
Tips & Portages
About this Tour
We start our tour at 9 am, we will dedicate the morning to visit the Tabatabai house of Kashan. An outstanding residential complex. Here you can spend hours exploring the courtyards, living rooms, and cellars. It is also one of the few houses in which you can stand directly under a badgir, i.e. a wind tower, to experience its amazingly efficient fresh air supply. Then we go to visit Sultan Mir Ahmad Bathroom. After lunch, we go to the Toys and Dolls Museum, and then we will visit the weaving workshop. Kashan is best known for one product in Iran: its fabrics. The city has the most important textile industry in the country and wool from all over the country is spun and dyed here. For the last attraction, we visit Jalali Castle. The tall thatched wall you see in this area used to be an invincible fortress that has protected the locals from invaders several times. Our tour will be finished at 19 pm and you will be transferred to your hotel.