Qazvin,Dedicated to Qajar Dynasty Heritage
Qazvin, a city with 9000 years of civilization, where is located on the way of Silk Road, proves its significance to be announced as the capital of the country in different periods. Alamut Castle is the prominent legacy of the city besides Sa’d al-Saltaneh Carevanserai which is the biggest urban Caravanserai in Iran.
+Sa'd al-Saltaneh Carevanserai
+Chehel Sotun Pavilion
- How to Get There
- When to Visit
- How to Visit
There is no international airline flights available close to the city of Qazvin, so you need to take a flight into one of the International Airports, then take a drive to Qazvin.
The best option is:
- Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA), 189 km To Qazvin.
Qazvin is located alongside of Alborz Mountain Range and close to the Caspian Sea, so the most pleasant time to have a visit of the city is at the beginning of March to the end of June and the beginning of September to the end of November because the climate is marked by the moderate temperature.
Qazvin is a city of distinctive architectural masterpieces and diverse religions as a reason of long history, so take a walking trip at the city centre to explore most of Qazvin glories, also taking an excursion to Alamut Castle to become amazed by the nature and the fascination of the structure would be a highly recommended experience.
Qazvin, Dedicated to Qajar dynasty Heritage
Sa’d al-Saltaneh Carevanserai,
09:00 A.M – 09:00 P.M Free of Charge
Chehel Sotun Pavillon,
09:00 A.M – 09:00 P.M 200.000 IRR
09:00 A.M – 06:00 P.M 50.000 IRR
09:00 A.M – 01:00 P.M
04:00 P.M – 06:00 P.M 50.000 IRR
Note: Due to especial holidays the sites would be closed.