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Mashhad 3-Day Itinerary; Quick and Simple

When you’re traveling to Iran, three days is less than minimum amount of time you really need to even dig through the sites of a city like Tehran, the most advanced and modern metropolitan and the capital of Iran, let alone other historical and religious zones and cities all across the country. 2500 years of established and documented civilization spanned over dozens of dynasties with an ever-changing territories alongside small and big conflicts and wars occurring each year (in the past times but not now, Iran’s safe!) and different religious crusades taking over the beliefs of the people and remodeling the governing institution periodically have resulted in a land that today we know as Iran, or the land of the Aryans or Persians, with diverse sophisticated culture, rich history, proud ethnic groups and societies, and multiple shrines and holy monuments rising at each corner of the country. One of the holiest cities in Iran is Mashhad, which stands for the place for martyrdom.

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Travel to Mashhad, Land of Sacred Heroes

If you’re considering to travel to Mashhad, you’re in the right place. Mashhad means a place of Shia martyrs and martyrdom. Courageous individuals who sacrificed their lives in the name of their religious view and for the greater good. No shortage of Shia martyrs has been recorded in Islam history and Mashhad stands as a testimony to this statement.

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6 Must See Places during your trip to Mashhad

Mashhad, the second most populated city of Iran attract mainly pilgrims from all around the world and is often neglected by regular tourists. It’s true that the city is far and doesn’t seem as attractive as Isfahan or Shiraz, but it has way more to offer than what people expect. In this article, I’ll try to show you that you should definitely make the trip and allow some days to this part of Iran.

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Why Tourists always Pick these Hotels in Mashhad?

Iran’s second largest city, Mashhad is the capital of Razavi Khorasan Province. Mashhad, which literally means ‘place of martyrdom’, is most famous for being the burial place of Imam Reza, the 8th Imam. Every year, pilgrims travel in their droves to not only pay tributes to Imam Reza but also explore the Imam Reza shrine. The city is located in the northeast of the country and it’s bordered by Afghanistan and Turkmenistan. Here we are going to highlight the 10 best Mashhad hotels.

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Top 5-Star Hotels in Iran To Make Your Stay Comfortable

Iran is a perfect place for those people who love adventures. With stunning historical sites, delicious cuisine, beautiful handicrafts, wild mountains, and welcoming locals, Iran has something for everyone.  Iran offers a variety of accommodation options for tourists to choose from. Ranging from hostels, eco-lodges to the most palatial hotels in the world, with all the luxurious facilities you could ever imagine. The best part – a five-star hotel experience in Iran will not bust your budget! Rooms in 5-star hotels start from 40 EUR per night!

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