Amirkabir Hotel – Arak
Payam International Hotel – Arak
Zagros Hotel – Arak
Aftab 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
Sooleh Khoonzab Cave – Arak
This cave is located in the Shams Abad Mountains, 15 km. to the south of Arak. To the right of the rocky wall of the mountain is the first opening of the cave and the second one exists in the higher altitudes.Sooleh Khoonzab means "the hole of a ...
Arak Bazaar – Arak
A part of this bazaar dates back to 1228 AH. The structure is outstanding from the architectural point of view. All its main sections are constructed in the form of straight rows, branching off at right angles to these rows. The latter being ...
Haftad Qoleh Protected Area – Arak
Expanding over 82.125 hectares, it is located in Arak and Mahalat. This region includes a complex of heights, hills and plains with steppe coverage. Its mountainous regions have rare species of wild flora.These are effective in preserving soil ...
Baqer Abad Bridge – Arak
This bridge belongs to the contemporary period, and was built during the Russian invasion to Iran. It is located on the old Arak-Esfahan Road. The main bridge was destroyed in a flood, and it was reconstructed again. The construction material used ...