In this travel guide to Rasht, we review the city essential information

Rasht is the third largest tourism city in Iran. This city is the capital of Gilan province in northern Iran. Rasht designated as UNESCO creative city of gastronomy.

Travel Guide to Rasht

Travel Guide to Rasht

Rasht weather

Rasht weather

Rasht has a mild and humid climate. The average annual rainfall is 1359 mm, which is why it is called the Rain city.

least rainfall is in summer, especially in august and, most rainfall is in autumn, especially october and november.The highest average temperature in Rasht is 32° in july and the lowest is 13° in february. Therefore, the best time for travel to Rasht, is from march until december.

Rasht essential Information

Distance from Tehran: 327 km

Ground travel duration: about 4 hours

Flight duration to Tabriz: approximately 50 minutes

Accommodation in Rasht

Accommodation in Rasht

Rasht has several hotels.Following on this travel guide to Rasht, we will mention some good hotels in this spectacular city.

5-Star hotel kadous, 4-Star shabestan Hotel, 3-Star baharestan hotel and sabouri hotel apartment are the most known hotels in this city.

Rasht’s Restaurants

Rasht’s Restaurants

Shore Coli,restaurant is one of the best and most famous the local restaurants in Rasht.

Moharram restaurant, Razeghi restaurant, Guilan Grand Restaurant, Kaj Restaurant and Vahid Restaurant are other options.

Rasht Souvenir

Rasht Souvenir

This city,has many varied souvenirs which contain: olive, orange jam, reshteh khoshkar, different kind of cookies and blueberry

Rasht attractions

Rasht attractions

The main attraction of Rasht is the sea and its forests, but due to its long history, there are many historical attractions too.

Shahrdari Square, gilan rural heritage museum, kolah farangi mansion, rasht bazaar, tomb of mirza kuchak khan, Church of the holy mesrop are other historical places of Rasht.

furthermore, the most famouse nature attractions in Rasht are: mohtasham Garden,Saravan Forest Park,Saqalaksar dam, mellat park, mafakher park.

 

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