Kashan is a city in the northern part of Isfahan province, Iran. It is endowed with a charm that is achieved through the contrast of immense, dried out deserts and the greenery of well-tended oasis. This city features lavish 19th-century building works, constructed during the illustrious Qajar era. Among the amazing architectural monuments and attractions of this city include Tabatabaee House, Ameriha House, Abbasian House, Borujerdi House, Agha Bozorg Mosque, Fin Garden, Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse, Bazzar of Kashan, Noushabad Underground City, Sialk Hills, Abyaneh Village, Maranjab Desert and Salt Lake, Niasar Waterfall & etc.
The city has mild climate and regular seasons. The best time to visit Kashan is spring, for The Festivals of Rose Water, when the many rose bushes are in full bloom. The covered Kashan bazaar is atmospheric, and full of locally produced handicrafts. Kashan souvenirs can be divided into two categories of edible souvenirs such as Rosewater and Herbal Essences, Baklava, Traditional Kashan cookies & etc, And handicrafts such as Carpets and rugs, Sher Bafi, Pottery, Giveh & etc,.