Naqsh-e Jahan Square along with the Isfahan Bazaar, Lutfollah and Shah (Imam) Mosques and Ali Qapu Palace
Top foods to try
Beriani (not to be confused with the Indian Biryani) – Cooked mutton or lamb grilled in special shallow pans in an oven or over a fire served with powdered cinnamon in local bread.
One of the oldest Church
All walls are designed with ancient paints
Made of old Palaces and Gardens
A collection of different old and modern instruments.
Performing live music for visitors
Isfahan may be known for its well known boulevards, stunning covered bridges, magnificent palaces, beautiful churches and functioning synagogues. but its glory is not limited to its countless historical sites. The river flowing through the heart of the city, like many world capitals, has created a rich cultural hub where one can grasp the true feeling of the Persian way of life