Isfahan or Esfahan segregates the townships of the province into two eastern and western portions. With a profusion of tree-lined boulevards, Persian gardens and important Islamic buildings, Isfahan gives a visual appeal unequalled by any other Iranian city and many of the artists who work here support the reputation as a living museum of traditional culture.
Visit the spectacular Shah Mosque one of the everlasting masterpieces of architecture now one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.
Walk through the historic bazaar, over the picturesque bridges and across the central square, where you are sure to delight at one of the biggest bazaars in the middle east. There is a big park on the south side of the bridge, and a great place to people watch or hide under a tree and read a book when it gets too warm during the day.