Sa'd-al Saltaneh Caravanserai
This huge, beautifully restored Qajar-era caravanserai is now the design centre of Qazvin. The long, vaulted passages house independent...
When Qazvin took its turn as Iran’s capital, this attractive, colonnaded cube was Shah Tahmasp’s royal palace . Built in 1510, it was...
This Qajar-era mosque has a distinctive long, narrow courtyard that acts as the demarcation line between the old bazaar and the...
Deep within the Sa'd-al Saltaneh caravanserai is this hipster favourite. An English menu reveals heart-starting espressos and lattes,...
Come to this bright new place in a hidden courtyard towards the back of Sa'd-al Saltaneh caravanserai for the airy ambience and the...
Chaykhaneh Aqaqia information
This wonderfully unpretentious, cheap and down-market all-male teahouse has chess and nard to play. Easily missed, the entrance is on the left off a covered access-way to the workaday Sadd Sultani caravanserai.