Best Time to Visit Mashhad

Iran’s Khorasan region contains the city of Mashhad. Mashhad is the holiest city in Iran, and almost everything about it is related to that fact, even its name, which means “burial location of the martyr.” Mashhad, the capital of Iran’s Khorasan region, has a lot to offer tourists, including mild year-round weather and intriguing views […]

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Mashhad Souvenirs & Handicrafts

Together, let’s review the list of souvenirs of Mashhad. Mashhad is a city full of souvenirs, handicrafts, delicious and of course expensive stuff like saffron. However, tourists do not return home without buying this valuable fragrant herb. Join us to learn about the souvenirs and handicrafts of this glorious city. 1. Neyshabur Turquoise Around the […]

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Goharshad Mosque, Mashhad

Goharshad Mosque is one of the marvelous architectures left behind by the Timurid Kings (1370–1507). It is one of the most popular mosques in Iran, and one of the top attractions in Mashhad (the capital city of Khorasan-Razavi). Qoharshad is the oldest mosque in Mashhad. Its mesmerizing beauty has made it one of the top […]

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Darougheh Historical House in Mashhad

Mashhad is the city of Imam Reza where most tourists especially Muslim tourists visit to pay their regards to him. Because of Imam Reza’s holy shrine, Mashhad is one of the greatest religious attractions in Iran. But it is good to remind you that Mashhad has a lot more attraction sites that are ignored, unfortunately. […]

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Kang Village – An Amazing Village in Mashhad

Where is Kang village? 1800 meters above the sea level, the bright lights make a fantastic city of Mashhad to visit, but a small lesser-known village appears. Nestled between Torghabeh district and Kang village Mashhad, one of the tourist attractions in Mashhad and perhaps most photographed stepped village beyond Mashhad attractions. This stunning village featured […]

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Mashhad Tourist Destination: Kooh Sangi Park

Mashhad has many natural and city tourist attractions. Besides Imam Reza holy shrine which is the first option for the visitors, there are so many others. Stone Mountain or Kooh Sangi is one of them. This is one of the famous and oldest recantation parks in Mashhad city. As there are two stone mountains in […]

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Mashhad is Known for the “Imam Reza Holy Shrine”

Mashhad is the capital city of the “Khorasan- Razavi” province. This city is located in the North-East part of the country. This city was the capital city at the ruling time period of ”Afsharian”. It is the second big city after Tehran, the capital city of Iran in terms of the space and the population. […]

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From Delhi to Mashhad: An Indian’s Guide to Explore Iran

I want to share my travel experience to Mashhad with you. I am an Indian and was invited by an Iranian friend from Mashhad, to visit Iran, so I decided to visit Mashhad (Iran). I spent almost one week there, in the 2nd week of July i.e. 6th July 2019 to 13th July 2019. Luckily, […]

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How to Get a Metro Ticket in Mashhad?

Mashhad is the second largest and populous city of Iran. It’s the capital of the north-eastern province of Khorasan and has more than 2.2 million population. As Imam Reza Shrine is located in this city, many pilgrims and visitors travel there yearly. At times, there may be heavy traffic on the streets, so Mashhad metro […]

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The Rich Tapestry of Iranian Culture: Fall Festivals and Traditions

Iran, a nation with a rich culture and history, observes a number of colorful autumn festivals and customs. These celebrations highlight the country’s enduring traditions, religious convictions, and agricultural past. Iranians gather to celebrate their cultural identity and commemorate the passing of the seasons at harvest festivals and other religious celebrations. We shall examine some […]

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Top 10 Ski Resorts in Iran

For those who love winter sports, Iran, a nation renowned for its varied topography and climate, is a hidden gem. Iran provides a distinctive blend of culture and adventure that is difficult to discover elsewhere, from the snow-capped hills of Tehran to the tranquil landscapes of East Azerbaijan. More and more people are learning about […]

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Top19 Iranian Sweets You Need to Try

With a 2,400-year-old culture, Iran is regarded as one of the food industry’s wealthiest nations. Iranians have been making bread and many types of sweets since the Aryan period when wheat cultivation was established on the plateaus of Iran and Mesopotamia. The oldest types of sweets are the ones from Iran. They are the world’s […]

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