Aryo Barzan Hotel

Address: Roodaki Avenue, Shiraz, Iran | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Roodaki Avenue, Shiraz, is near Kandowan, Bazaar of Tabriz, Eil Goli (The Shah's pool), and Ark Mosque (Ark-e-alishah).
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      Travel Blogs from Shiraz

      Shiraz

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 16, 2014

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      I had read so much about the Pink Mosque in various blogs about Iran that it was the one thing I really wanted to see in Shiraz. In order to see the light reflected through the stained glass windows we had to be there around 7.45 am, which we managed and it was as beautiful as everybody had always wrote about.

      After visiting the Pink Mosque we went to see one of the famous gardens of Shiraz, the bazaar and another mosque (Vakil ...

      Persepolis

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 15, 2014

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      ... We safely delivered the car back and now we can relax and rely on taxis to get us to places. It was great having the freedom of our own car and we would never do a tour group or take a driver so we just had to put up with the stress of driving a car. Most of the time it was not too bad, but driving in the cities and finding hotels was a bit of a challenge. Without Alex’s great maps that he had downloaded from the internet to our computer and that let us zoom into ...

      Shiraz - of poets and gardeners

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 08, 2014

      14 photos

      Shiraz is a large and sprawling city and the things of interest to the traveller are somewhat scattered. But it figures on the UNESCO World Heritage List thanks to its gardens. But Iran is desperately short of water, too little has fallen and too much is being used so the water features in most gardens have been turned off and they are dry and dusty.

      Iranians also have a saying that all homes must have two things - a copy of the Quran and a ...

      É necessário sensibilidade | Needs sensitivity

      A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Sep 29, 2014

      25 photos

      I took a train from Tehran to Shiraz, south of Iran. A journey of 14 hours in which I shared a cabin with three Iranian women. Right away when I entered received a restrained smile, but as grace, as if to say "we are happy to have you here." In a few minutes one of the ladies who spoke English, and excellent English by the way. Started asking me to such trivial questions: where I come from, where I'm going, where I'm from. And I realized that she was updating the ...

      Ancient history, Persepolis & Yazd.

      A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 24, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      On Saturday we transferred by car to Shiraz, which was an interesting trip in itself because of the barren scenery and the surrounding rocky mountains. When we arrived, we did the usual and wandered around town in he cool of the evening, explored bazaars and had something to eat. Mind you, Iranian traditional cuisine is pretty ordinary. Shiraz as a provincial capital, has had its periods of prosperity & decline for 2000 years. On Sunday, we visited the ...