Tucked away in a walled rose garden is the well-preserved 1773 Aminiha Hosseiniyeh. It’s a private mansion that doesn’t look much from...
This large, well-proportioned shrine has a Qajar facade, a 16th-century blue dome and plenty of new mirror tiling. It commemorates a...
The much more massive Ali Qapu was originally a 16th-century gateway to the royal precinct, a kind of forbidden inner city. Today it’s...
This wonderfully unpretentious, cheap and down-market all-male teahouse has chess and nard to play. Easily missed, the entrance is on...
This is a fairly large, comparatively low-stress bazaar eatery that serves stews (including qimeh nasar ), which you can choose by...
Molavi St at Taqavi Alley · interesting places nearby
Safa Hammam information
Safa Hammam is the best known of Qazvin’s traditional subterranean bathhouses to remain active. The domed central rest area is attractive. Men only.