Spend today discovering the wonders of Isfahan. Isfahan is famous for its Persian architecture. You'll have plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere during a tour, starting at the immense Imam Square, which covers an area of 82,500 square metres and is the second-largest square in the world.
Many grand buildings surround the square explore some of them with your leader visit you can see Naqsh-e Jahan Square including Imam (Shah) Mosque was built during the Safavid period and it is an excellent example of the Islamic architecture of Iran. In fact, it is really one of the masterpieces of Persian Architecture., Ali Qapu Palace, built for Shah Abbas in the late 16th century, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque one of the architectural masterpieces of Safavid Iranian architecture, this mosque without any minarets is considered to be the most beautiful mosques in Iran, it was built and designed to be private mosque by Shah Abbas for his family. then
visit the atmospheric bazaar, complete with exotic scents and spices, musical merchants' cries and, of course, thousands of locals bargaining at the stalls. Walk the covered lanes of the sprawling marketplace, where shafts of light filter through ceiling and lattice and perhaps stop for lunch.
spending some hours waking in Qaysaryeh Bazaar with lots of handicraft. In the afternoon some hours walking along the historical bridges beside the Zayandeh rood river and see the locals there.
- Esfahan - Leader-led walking tour
- Esfahan - Imam Square
- Esfahan - Shah Mosque
- Esfahan - Sheik Lotfallah Mosque
- Esfahan - Khaju & Si-o-seh Pol Bridges