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Isfahan
Isfahan

Walk through beautiful boulevards, over covered bridges, marvel at fantastic palaces, mosques, and minarets. Visit the great ancient square, Naghsh-e Jahan. Bargain in the bazaars, eat at a traditional restaurant and savor flavorful and exotic Persian cuisine.

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Visit the great hub of tourism in Iran, The most famous city of Iran for its attractions and architecture. A city which was once one of the largest cities in the world, with many beautiful boulevards, covered bridges, palaces, mosques, and minarets. Led to the Persian proverb "Esfahan Nesf-e Jahan ", Isfahan is the half of the world. Visit the Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan, one of the largest city squares in the world and an outstanding example of the Iranian-Islamic architecture designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. See the Zayande River starts in the Zagros Mountains, flows from west to east through the heart of Isfahan. The city is located in the lush plain of the Zayanderud River at the foothills of the Zagros mountain range. Get familiar with the great producers of handicrafts, fine carpets, textiles, steel, Alloys and an attraction for international investments. Isfahan has the largest shopping mall with a museum in the world and has the largest indoor amusement park in the middle-east. Visit "Pol-e Khaju", which was built by Shah Abbas II in 1650 is 123 meters long with 24 arches, and also serves as a sluice gate. Enjoy the extraordinary dishes like Fesenjan, Beryouni and savor tasty famous sweets.

 

What's Included

 

 

  Itinerary 

 

Visit UNESCO listed Chehelsotun Palace, Aali Qapu palace, Naqshe Jahan Square, Abbasi Mosque and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque.

 

Visit Vank Church, Minar Jonban and two famous bridges of Isfahanthe Khajoo Bridge and Sioseh pol bridge.

 

We move from the Kowsar Hotel to the Varzaneh in the morning. The length is approximately 120 km and it consumes approximately 1 hr and 30 minutes. Explore the historical Citadel of Ghortan, visiting Varzaneh highlights including Gav chah, Asyab shotor and Karbafy workshop. Then, after the lunch, Enjoying the Sand Dune of desert and spend time near Wetland Gavkhooni.

 

 

5 reasons to travel to Isfahan:

  1. More than 6000 monuments that 3 of them has been registered as UNESCO heritage.
  2. UNESCO announced Isfahan as a creative city
  3. Experiencing delicious food like: Beryan and Yoghurt stew
  4. Abbasi hotel, the oldest hotel in Iran
  5. The sweet accent of people

 

Make it a private tour - From $156 per person

Book this tour as a private departure, with your own local tour guide and all the benefits of a HiPersia group tour for any group, big or small even just one traveller (any day you want). 

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2017-01-14 | by HiPersia Executive unit
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