Kashan is my hometown! Amazing architecture aside, this city is famous for its carpets, handicrafts, rose-water, and agricultural products.
We will take a trip to Kashan local market; it is almost always crowded and full of eye-catching carpet stores, copper utensils, handicrafts, spices, local confections, etc.! No need to mention that the architecture of market itself is wonderful enough to encourage you paying a visit! Moreover, I will do my best to arrange traditional restaurants with local tasty foods like Dizy (meat, pea, bean, potato, onion, etc.), Kashk-o-Badenjan (eggplant, meant leaf, curd), Koofte (meat, rice, etc.) and so on.
In case you were interested and there was enough time, the Kashan surrounding is also so wonderful to visit- you may have heard of Ghamsar! The city of rose-water! It is located about 20 minutes from Kashan and worth visiting especially in the spring!
*** Please consider that Kashan is located in an extremely hot and dry region. So, do your best to avoid visiting this city from June to August (which is summer time in Iran). However, if you have to, you can stay in amazing historical houses during the day and go for site seeing at night.