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Rasht is the capital city of Gilan Province, Iran. Also known as the “City of Rain” and it is the largest city on Iran’s Caspian Sea coast. Historically, Rasht was a major transport and business center which connected Iran to Russia and Europe, and because of this was known as the “Gate of Europe”. The city is surrounded by rice fields and areas of half-cleared jungle. The mostly two-storied houses have much woodwork, such as broad verandas and overhanging eaves; roofs are red-tiled, and the houses often are raised from the ground.

shemiran gasht travel agency, will offer you to join Rasht Tour, for having the best moments in iran.


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Rasht Tour Details

Rasht is known in Iran for its beauty and its parks. People for all around the country come there to experience much wetter and colder climate than the rest of the country. The variety of delicious food in this city is high and is found for every taste. its foods are some of the most delicious iranian cuisines with garlic as a main ingredient. straw knitting, in this city and in many northern cities of iran, it is known as the main occupation of people.


Rasht Itinerary

Day 1Visit Mohtasham Garden and Kolah Farangi Mansion

Day 2Visit Tarditional Bazaar, Park-e Shahr and Gilan Rural Heritage Museum

Day 3Visit Saravan Natural Park and Saqalaksar Dam