Parsian Hotel

Roudaki Street, Shiraz, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shiraz

Do They Serve Wine?

A travel blog entry by lochlanjw

... afternoon, I head to the ancient Vasil Bazaar to once again lose myself in the pace of local life. The complex is breathtaking - stunning Persian architecture guides you through the cool alleyways blindingly lit with items of gold and silver; then down dark paths where the hauntingly beautiful sound of songbirds follows your every step and turn. Hidden high up in the roofing of shops, you are free to enjoy the beauty of their song without being saddened by the ...

The big aussie red

A travel blog entry by hanush


... up at night, is quite impressive. However, I think the biggest treasure is Shiraz is a small mosque, tucked away down an ordinary alleyway off the main street. I've been to quite a few mosques now, and I'm certainly suffering some architecture fatigue as a result. But Nasir-al-molk mosque captivated me. The photos do not do it justice. The walls and domes of its graceful courtyard are beautifully tiled in blues and pinks, and the ...

Visa Extension / Visumverlängerung

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad


... come back again at 1pm
- Management Office 1pm, but the file is not read
- Main Counter I can pick up my passport and confirm this with a fingerprint and a signature.

Done. All the people were very ...

Shirazi days & nights

A travel blog entry by chagger1


... has vanished from the scene & I'm yet to hear the bird sing....or even see one. But poets they've had in great abundance. Two of the greatest, Hafez &Sa'di, have elaborate garden tombs enthusiastically visited by Iranians (& by me ). Hafez is especially close to the Iranian heart - they say there are two essentials in an Iranian home, a copy of the Quran & Hafez.
My first day was also taken up with visits to the Zand complex (Karim ...

To Shiraz on the Royal Road

A travel blog entry by chagger1


... almonds, henna bush.
Eventually we crossed into Fars province, the ancient Persian homeland. At Bishapur we viewed C3 stone reliefs carved into the valley cliff face on the order of Shapur I, the greatest Sassanid king who vanquished the Romans thrice & even managed to capture the Roman Emperor. In making these timeless statements in rock he was copying what his hero Darius had done seven centuries before.....
Now some really serious climbing, up to a 2200m ...


This hotel, located on Roudaki Street, Shiraz, is near Kandowan, Bazaar of Tabriz, Eil Goli (The Shah's pool), and Ark Mosque (Ark-e-alishah).
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