Skip to main content
From Kerman to Cultural Landscape of Maymand

From Kerman to Cultural Landscape of Maymand



From Kerman to Cultural Landscape of Maymand
Day 1
Kerman is one of the largest provinces of Iran. Visiting various parts and every attraction of Kerman requires a lot of time. In this article, we have chosen a short route that starts from the center of the province and ends at one of the world heritage sites in Iran.
To reach the city of Kerman, you can opt for different vehicles such as buses and private cars, planes, and trains. Arriving in Kerman, the first place you must visit is the Ganjali Khan Complex in Kerman. Ganjali Khan Bath, Square, Kerman Grand Bazaar, Ebrahim Khan School, and Vakil Caravanserai form different parts of this spectacular complex. Then go to visit the congregational Mosque. Do not forget to include visiting the old fence of Kerman near the Ganjali Khan complex in your plan.
Those who are enthusiastic about Iranian gardens in Kerman should go to Fatahabad Garden. 
If you want to see the panoramic view of Kerman from above, be sure to drop in the Baam-e Kerman (Roof of Kerman). The forest plantation of Qaem on the Baam-e Kerman offers you a unique atmosphere to enjoy the fresh air and the full view of the city. On the way, you drop by the dome of Jabalieh, which is one of the famous monuments of the city.
Another place worth visiting in Kerman is the garden of the Harandy Museum, which dates back to the Qajar period (1789-1925). Harandy Garden Museum, in addition to its open space, includes the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Traditional Instruments.
Visit the Khorshid Factory building at night, which is now the National Library. The night lighting of this building is very stunning and it may be interesting for you to know that the architect of the entrance of Khorshid factory and the architect of the Gate of National Garden of Tehran were one person.



Day 2
From Kerman, set off to Rafsanjan and visit Moin windcatcher and Kabutarkhan caravanserai, Agha Seyed Mehdi historical bath, which has now been turned into a museum of anthropology in this city. Haj Ali Agha Historical House is also one of the largest brick houses in Iran in Qasemabad village, which has been renovated. 
If you are a nature lover or eco-tourist, Rageh Valley is recommended for you. However, visiting this place requires guidance.
From Rafsanjan, go sightseeing in Babak city and go to Maymand village. Maymand village, which is known as the cultural landscape of Maymand, has received a lot of attention thanks to its rocky architecture. Overnight stay in Maymand rock-hewn house will make one of the most memorable nights of your life.

Add new comment

About text formats

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
  • Web page addresses and email addresses turn into links automatically.