Zagros Hotel – Arak
Amirkabir Hotel – Arak
Aftab Hotel – Arak
Payam International Hotel – Arak
Arak is the capital of Markazi Province, Iran. Originally named Soltan Abad, the modern-day city of Arak was founded in 1808 by Yusef Khan e Gorji.Arak is surrounded by mountains in the south, west, and east, and its average altitude is about 1750m above sea level. It is located 260 km from the city of Tehran, and is in the vicinity of the cities of Qom and Isfahan.Arak has a continental climate that is, in general, relatively cold and ...read more about Arak
Anjedan Caves – Arak
These caves are located 40 km. to the east of Arak around the Anjedan Village, and beside the natural and historical attractions of this village have special charm of their own. Other caves of this vicinity are the Assily, Miyanlanoon or Kolucheh ...
Hassan Pour Mansion – Arak
This building was established at Ahmad Shah Qajar time. According to the studies and research, establishment of the aforementioned mansion is attributed to Haj Ali Moshiri, one of the carpet merchants and businessmen in Sultan Abad (current ...
Kahriz (Koohrood) River – Arak
This river originates from the Qarah Kahrizak Mountains, and after irrigating some villages near Arak ends up in the Miqan Desert. This river is seasonal and dries in summers and is not very important from the recreational point of view.
Haj Vakil Castle – Arak
Haj Vakil Castle was one of the buildings which had been used as the location of a carpet-weaving factory of an American Zigler Company. At that time the carpets which were reputedly known as Sarooq, had been woven in Arak and used to be exported to ...