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One of the first places and promenades which were built in the beginning of 17th century, was a wonderfully planned boulevard called Chahar Bagh AVE.
A very wide street, with a canal of flowing water in the center and two rows of beautiful tall plane trees.
The Chahar Bagh was surrounded by beautiful orchards. It is wonderful place for walking…
Chahar Bagh school(Madreseye Chahar Bagh,also known as Shah school,is a 17-18th century cultural complex in Isfahan.
Eleven bridges cross the Zayandeh River in Isfahan (Esfahan). Six of these are modern constructions but the other five crossings date from the Safavid period… When the river is alive, crossing bridges will be Pleasant.
Places will be visited:
We’ll meet at 9 a.m. at hotel in Isfahan for a “Welcome to Isfahan” meeting, Then we start Isfahan day tour by walking through Chahar Bagh Street and visiting Hasht Behesht Palace.
The historical mansion of “Hasht Behesht” (meaning Eight Heavens) is an example of palaces of the last Safavid kings that was built during Shah Soleiman era. It built in the centre of Baghe Bolbol (The Nightingale Garden) dates back to 1660. The palace is the most important building which …
Then continue walking up toward Si-o-se-pol/Siosepol Bridge, it is one of the most iconic tourist attractions of Isfahan. Sio-se-pol bridge is the largest bridge over Zayandeh Rood river which crosses through Isfahan. Allāhverdi Khan Bridge, popularly known as Si-o-seh pol, “The Bridge of thirty-three spans”, is one of the eleven bridges of Isfahan, …
Then continue city tour by visiting Khajo/Khajou Bridge and pigeon house/Kabootar Khaneh.
Khaju Bridge is one of the most famous bridges in Iran. Khaju bridge, a memorial to the Shah Abbas II settlements, with its functions such as the dam and the regulation of the flow of water.
you’ll enjoy lunch during your Isfahan day tour at a local restaurant we’ve selected for its delicious Persian cuisine and friendly ambiance.
The Armenian quarter of Esfahan dates from the time of Shah Abbas I, who transported a colony of Christians from the town of Jolfa. New Julfa (literally Jolfa quarter of Isfahan) is the Armenian quarter of Isfahan, Iran, located along the south bank of the river Zayandeh Rood…
Walking in this part of city and then visit of Vank Cathedral/Kelisa-ye Vank is amazing, then we will finish city tour by visiting last place that is wonderful, Isfahan Music Museum, Here you can see all Iranian musical instruments either folkloric or Iranian classical. This beautiful new museum in the Armenian Quarter in Jolfa houses a fine collection of traditional Persian instruments… and live performance!
At the end of our Isfahan day tour, we will drop you off at your hotel OR city center (Whichever is convenient to you).
Airport transfers are not included for city tours.