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Visited the Abyaneh Village which is more than 2,500 years old. We were told that the wall of the houses was made of mud mixed with wheat grass, hence, the house is not cold during winter and not hot in the summer. The reddish brown...More
Well worth driving about 15 miles off route, from the main road between Kashan and Isfahan to spend half a day here. The route to the village is interesting in itself.
Described as a relic if ancient Persia, its atmospheric and a delight to see....More
Abyaneh is a very interesting traditional village away from the cities of Iran. Honestly, it's a tourist site, but still retains all of its ancient feeling. Loved walking among all the old buildings. Probably busy with tourists in the summer as mountain getaway, it was...More
We visited Abynaeh while travelling around Kashan. This is a very old village where you can find traditional shops and friendly locals - definitely recommend to visit.
We actually used a tour guide, who was very helpful explaining not only about Abynaeh, but also took...More
The village looks dead really,all people already left the village only few old people living there.the traditional dress is just like a show for atracting tourists, you eill see tourists only walking around looking for something to see.the entrance fee is really funny while its...More
The best option to get to the ancient 2.500 years old red village Abyaneh is to take a tour or taxi from Isfahan to Kashan (or other way around), assuming that you won't get back to the place, where you started your trip. We paid...More
Hi All, I am an American hoping to travel to Iran in Sept. I wanted a budget tour but was informed that as an American I had to take the higher priced supervised tour. Here is what I am looking at. I asked the agency to customize the itinerary and add Tabriz but I am wondering if I should give it a miss and add more time to another location in the Itinerary. Day 1- Arrival - Tehran ( Free day) Day 2- Tehran tour - fly to Shiraz Day 3- Shiraz tour Day 4- Shiraz tour Day 5- Drive to Yazd,...More
February 28, 2016|
Is Let's go Iran a reliable tour agency?
Hong Kong, China
3 week Iran Itinerary (14 Replies)
Dear all experience travellers, Two women will go to Iran in November and try to visit interesting places as many as possible in 3 weeks. Please tell me if the following itinerary is feasible and feel free to make any comments. Thanks in advance! Day 1- Arrival Tehran around 19:30 Day 2- Qazvin, Masouleh village and Rasht & Anzali port Day 3- Sarein(hot spa); Ardabil village; Tabriz Day 4- Tabriz, Kandovan village; night bus to Zanjan Day 5- Zanjan; Soltanieh Day 6- Ali Satr Cave,...More
October 03, 2016|
I agree, it is like mission impossile ;-) You have to omit some cities because you are on the roads so many hours and you cannot enjoy your destinations. Qazvin,Rasht and Anzali in 1 day?? Bam and Kerman in 1 day?? Sanandaj Kermanshah and Hamadan?? You should omit atleast 2-3 cities. Hossein
Place for luggage deposit in Abyaneh Village (5 Replies)
We would like to visit Abyaneh Village before going to stay overnight at Isfahan (moving from Kashan). During making sightseeing in Abyaneh Village, it's inconvenient to carry luggage along with us. Therefore, we are looking for the place for deposit of luggages along the route Kashan- Abyaneh Village-Isfahan. We planned to leave Kashan by bus heading to Abyaneh Village. We are not sure that it's inconvenient to carry luggage on the bus or not. Is there public van available from...More
December 24, 2017|
I don't think there is any bus going to Abyaneh. A car for Kashan - Abyaneh - Isfahan with stops in Abyaneh and Natanz will be around 40€ and you can leave your luggage in the car without any problems.You can easily organize this, once you are in Kashan.