Breakfast Restaurant in Grand Bazaar of Qazvin
Duration Of Visit
0.5 To 1 Hour
Best Seasons To Visit
Traditional Grand Bazaar of Qazvin, Imam Khomeini Street, Qazvin, Qazvin Province, Iran
Time To Read: 4 Minutes
Geographical location of Breakfast Restaurant in Grand Bazaar of Qazvin
Reason for reputation
An archaic place located in the bustling part of the city where you'll find few timeworn tables and chairs to sit and eat a simple breakfast that won't be over a cup of tea and a fried egg or tomato omelet beside. You may think that why you should prefer here to a stylish one? The answer is simple; if you just look for a lavish place to have a nice meal it won't be a good option for you, but if you want to experience something different in a vibrant place, here is where you should come. You'll enjoy its amazing mood and you're able to take wonderful photos instead of multiple options on a menu!
Tips and ideas
After walking in an alive Traditional Grand Bazaar, you can visit Sa'd al-Saltaneh Caravanserai where is one of the most popular tourist sights of the Qazvin; the unique texture of the caravanserai, traditional handicrafts shops, and refreshing courtyards will change your mood. There is Jameh Mosque of Qazvin nearby, where is the most ancient mosque in Qazvin. There is a cistern right next to the mosque where called Masjed Jameh Cistern and it's worth seeing. The next spot can be Imam Khomeini Street in the northern part of the mosque. If you continue street to the east, you'll reach Sabzeh Meydan (literally Green Square); it has a beautiful green landscape with an artificial pond right in the center. Peyghambariyeh Street located here and you can continue it to the southern part. Tomb of The Four Prophets is on your way which dates back to pre-Islamic times and has religious value. Sepah Street, the first street of Iran, is also close so don't forget to visit Ali Qapu Gate, the biggest entrance and the only remained door of seven doors of Safavid Royal Complex which was built during Tahmasp I.
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