Park Hotel Shiraz

Address: Saadi Street, Shiraz, Iran | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Saadi Street, 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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      ... for men and women) which was just as invasive (not for me, but I saw an Iranian woman in front of me undressing almost completely). Once we were through all these security checks we had to wait for our plane, which was of course delayed. But in the end it came, we boarded and took off. Of course the first thing I (and almost every other woman on the plane) did as soon as we had boarded was to take off my headscarf. What a relief.


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      Drive to Persepolis

      A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 14, 2014

      3 photos

      ... signs you are really lost unless you know the way. The same applies when you want to get petrol. You have to know or see that there is a petrol station on the other side of the road, do a U-Turn, get petrol, do another U-Turn and then drive on to your original destination.

      Our driver told us exactly this when we needed to get petrol. Alex and I both looked at him incredulously when he suddenly told us to do a U-Turn as there was no legal way to do it. Alex ...

      Traces of Persian Empires

      A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 07, 2014

      11 photos

      This is a bit of a cheat because I didn't see these places in this order - but it makes sense to group them together this way.

      In the 7th century BC the king of one of the Persian Tribes, Achaemenes, created a unified state in Southern Iran, thereby giving his name to what became the First Persian Empire. By the time his great-grandson ascended the throne in 559BC it was already a potent force, Cyrus the Great, as he ...

      Ancient history, Persepolis & Yazd.

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

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... 4 of the kings were entombed. Later that evening back in Shiraz, we walked to the Tomb of Hafez, one of the most revered poets in this country. We just missed the poetry reading, but it was followed closely by a Koran reading. Lucky us! The next day we set off for Yazd, travelling through some serious desert landscape. This ancient town does not have the wow-factor archaeology of the previous places, but has a very well maintained old town built of mud brick, ...

      Do They Serve Wine?

      A travel blog entry by lochlanjw on May 26, 2014

      ... fortification as the name suggests - the Citadel is a feat of ancient engineering genius. Built in the shape of a square, the Citadel is designed to have a wing suitable for every season - a summer wing hidden from the midday sun, an autumn wing to enjoy the garden, a winter wing complete with fireplaces, and a final wing to overlook the courtyard orange grove in Spring. An intricate system of irrigation canals provides the Citadel with indoor plumbing and a ...