Swarmed with glory and grandeur, Shiraz lies in southwest Iran enfolding lots of beautiful gardens, archaeological significance, and cultural centers. You can spend a lifetime’s worth of holidays in the famous city of flowers and nightingales. It’s one of the most populous cities in Iran since it’s the capital of Fars Province; however, the scent of bitter orange flowers, the serenity of its green gardens and the murmur of its ancient monuments calls your attention to plan an authentic experience in Shiraz. The idiosyncratic architecture of palaces and monuments in Shiraz are spellbinding. Apart from its historical and cultural attractions, you can walk in the beautiful clean streets of this city, breathe in its romantic and whimsical air, and enjoy yourself having Faloodeh which is a traditional cold mixture of noodles with rose water. Shiraz is renowned as one of the main cultural capitals of Iran and May the 5th (Ordibehesht the 15th) is named after this glamorous city.
Two or three days won’t suit you to enjoy discovering all the treasures hidden in this heavenly city. Shiraz is an overwhelming source of historical treasures and it offers you to track the rise and fall of great empires throughout history. Shiraz is generously offering you a wide range of activities and excitement from walking in the green gardens to learn about the classic and romantic Persian poetry and literature. Each year thousands of foreign tourists join the local tourists to perceive the outstanding cultural and historical merits of Shiraz with their eyes.
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There are more than 30 nice hotels in Shiraz with many facilities such as sport complex and high-rated restaurants serving Persian food with the best qualities. The best of them are located at the city center, therefore, it’s easy to access Shiraz top attractions. Shiraz Grand Hotel, Zandyieh Hotel, Chamran Hotel, Shiraz Pars International Hotel, and Homa Hotel are from the best ones since they are five-star hotels. Other than the mentioned luxurious hotels, there are hostels in Shiraz where you can have something beyond just a shelter and leisure facilities, and you’ll have the chance to get familiar with the culture and traditions of Iranian lifestyle. There are traditional hotels like Taha Hotel that create a comfortable space with the use of beautiful ancient patios and stunning traditional architecture.
Saraye Homayouni Hostel is another renovated ancient house in this city with a small blue pool in the middle of the yard and cozy rooms with traditional decorations. Forough Traditional House and Sepehri Traditional House are also among the most popular traditional hostels.