Aria Hotel

Shahid Ayatollah Madani Ave, Esfahan, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Esfahan

Kashan - Esfahan

A travel blog entry by soulcollector


One can't go to Kashan and miss out on the Bagh-e Tarikhi-ye Fin, or the the Fin Garden. Built for the Shah (Shah Abbas I), it's a classical Persian garden with natural spring water flowing through blue-tiled channels that are dug throughout the grounds. The central pavilion is decorated with beautiful tiles and frescoes on the interior side of the …

Couchsurfing in Iran

A travel blog entry by hanush


... of a couch from a student doing his masters. Unfortunately by the time I got to Isfahan three days later, he had been called away to do a seminar out of town, so he handed over hosting duties to his friends. Such a friendly group of faces welcomed me! The boys Adel and Abulfez lived in one apartment, and the girls, Samineh and Sima, lived nearby. Rules prevented the girls hosting male couchsurfers at their place (or indeed even ...

Esfahan, Iran: City of Mosques & Fountains

A travel blog entry by samber

... and all for about 6 bucks. Not bad for a 6 hr journey. Arrived in Esfahan at 8pm and made tracks straight to the "Iran Hotel" located smack bang in the middle of a busy street opposite a rifle shop. If only there were a shooting range near by to pop some caps. The moment we arrived in Esfahan we knew we were going to like it, definitely a lot more than we did Tehran, and sure enough it hasn't failed to impress. Our hotel is located just off one of ...

How Bizarre

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... whole of the Imam square is where we spent the day. Every shop type you can think off, including bench tools, camping and electrical goods wedged in together and inter-dispersed with openings some with small ponds and high ceilings often lavishly decorated in the familiar blue mosaic style. The spice stalls provided unmistakeable smells and astonishing displays of colour. This would undoubtedly be a major tourist attraction. We took pit stop ...

Erdington to Esfahan!

A travel blog entry by p45


Esfahan is the furthest east we will get in the micra.
After a long drive in the 46 degree heat through the Iranian desert we
finally reached Isfahan in the evening. We checked in Hotel totya for 60000 toman per night. Then went out and popped into the first local
restaurant we saw. Now we can eat a lot and we can eat different things but this
was just mental.
20 goat heads were being cooked in huge pots of water
with onions and ...


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