Hammam-e Ali Gholi Agha

Ali Gholi Agha Historical Public Bath(ali gholi agha hammam) is located in Isfahan, a province of Iran. Ali Gholi Agha is located on the northern part of the Zayenderood River and downtown Chahar Bagh (a neighborhood in Isfahan). Ali Gholi Agha’s public bath is a part of a larger structure that includes a bazaar, mosque, […]

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Ghalamzani (Engraving on Metal)

Ghalamzani is one of the old handicrafts of Iran, which is in the group of metalworking. Engraving is the equivalent word for Qhalamzani In English. Anyway, it is the art of decorating and carving various patterns and designs on metal objects. The base metal is mainly copper, gold, silver, and brass. They do the engraving […]

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Namakdan Mansion – A Mesmerizing Cafe & Restaurant

On the way to the Naqsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan, in Posht Matbakh Alley, a wooden entrance will catch your eyes. When you peak in you’ll see a nice cozy garden with tables in the middle, umbrellas on top to shelter you from sun and rain. You can’t keep walking I’m sure, you want to […]

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Nazhvan Forest Park

There is a place in Isfahan that lures people into its different spots. Some people come for a nice picnic with the family, some others ride their bikes, walk, or just sit by the river and enjoy the atmosphere. Nazhvan Forest Park is where brings people from all around the city for some leisure time. […]

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Khara Desert – Underrated but Breathtaking

Iran is full of breathtaking deserts that each of them is unique in their own way. Lut is probably the most known desert in Iran, which is in Kerman; but if you have some free time while enjoying Isfahan, Khara Desert is one of those places that is underrated but makes you stand in awe […]

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5 Star Hotels in Isfahan

Whether on a holiday having some tranquil time with family or the mission expenses you can pamper yourself by staying in Isfahan Luxury Hotels. Like most of the cities in Iran, the price and quality of the hotel are two positive roles in decision making. These 5-star hotels will make the highlight of your lifetime. […]

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An Ultimate Guide to Visit Si-o-Se Pol; A Safavid Architectural Masterpiece

Si o Se Pol; Isfahan’s Remarkable Site not to Miss You may have heard the proverb “Isfahan Nesf-e Jahan” meaning “Isfahan is half of the world” which refers to the huge number of Isfahan’s natural and historic sites so that it encompasses half of the world’s beauties. Isfahan was enlarged under the command of Shah […]

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Cheap Hotels of Isfahan

There are hotels in every corner of the globe, some luxurious and others really cheap. For those looking to satisfy their wanderlust on a  budget, Isfahan has a wealth of reasonably priced accommodation options. These budget options are as unique as they are cheap.  Sheykh Bahaei Hotel Isfahan Take a stroll down the Chaharbagh Paen […]

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8 Places to walk in Isfahan You Shouldn’t Miss

Isfahan grew at an astounding rate in the16th Century. The city with many green spaces along the Zayandeh Rud River overflows with beauty. All these characteristics make Isfahan suitable for a night walk or in the afternoon after you had a cup of Persian tea. Join us to go through the 8 places to walk […]

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5 Best Bookshops You Shouldn’t Miss While Visiting Isfahan

Isfahan is the city of art and culture. So it is not a strange thing to have some great bookstores in Isfahan for bookworms and book lovers. There are some bookshops in Isfahan that are so beautiful worth watching. You can walk among the bookshelves even though they may not be in English. Here are […]

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The 10 Best Cafes you Should Try in Isfahan

With no doubt, Isfahan is one of the top cities you will visit on your trip to Iran. Along with visiting the top attractions, you can use a stop for a coffee or any other drinks or snacks during the day. Here we review 10 best cafes in Isfahan that will help you soak up […]

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Javaheri Historical House, A Window to Persian Traditional Art

On one of the old streets of Isfahan City, Javaheri House is located. This house is a national heritage and dates back to the Qajar era. However, it’s not only noticeable because of the historical aspect, but the cultural, artistic side is also remarkable. The reason is Iran National Heritage Organization has allowed some artisans […]

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