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Hicham Kabbage
Excellent service and support Excellent Service ! i am surprised by the reactivity and the will to help and find quickly hotels, flights and solutions for me, even though the holiday season makes things challenging. Chatting through whatsapp made things super smooth and extremely easy. I was interacting with two people from TAP Persia, Rojin and Sohrab. They were just amazing ! They are the ones who reached out to me directly and interacted instantly with me day and night. Great job guys !I used earlier a different company but i was disappointed, i strongly recommend TAP Persia .Keep up the great work !
Visa service for Iran Tappersia was very quick in getting the grant notice for e visa for Iran. I got the grant notice on the following day after they submitted my application to the ministry of foreign affairs.They are very responsive thru WhatsApp.
Rebekka M
Rebekka M
Visa application service With TAP Persia we applied for an Iran Visa. They answered every question we had quickly and very friendly. Within 5 days, we got our Visa approval. We thank again for your service.
Amine A
Amine A
Visa Je remercie infiniment l'équipe Tap persia pour leur efficacité et rapidité pour l'obtention du visa , ça durée 24 heure pour l'avoir, l'équipe est très réactive même les weekends je recommande vivement et sans hésitation Je viens de passé au consulat d'Iran a paris pour la récupérer et j'ai payé que 30 euro mille merci ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Khushi D
Khushi D
Great service It is an amazing experience. Visa process with tap Persia is hassle free and I loved how they’re available to help us 24/7
Pat R
Pat R
Fabulous agency - can't recommend more highly for travellers to Iran I decided to go to Iran at short notice and was only able to do so thanks to the exceptional service provided by TAP Persia.What further complicated was my ignorance of being in the middle of Nowruz and the impact that has on flight availabilities etc.In the first instance, that revolved around speedy obtainment of a visa as well as other aspects such as insurance and mah card via their great-value welcome pack.Thereafter, all of my accommodation, tour guides and transport between destinations was arranged by the beyond-wonderful Mahgol with tremendous efficiency, patience and responsiveness - I could not praise nor thank her enough.Communications are as good as can be.With my lack of Farsi and, more specifically, incomprehension of the alphabet, doing things in this manner was the only way to go.All of the guides - Fatemah, Amin, Fardin, Moji, Peyman and Masoud - were fantastic being passionate, knowledgeable, smarter-than-average bears and very nice people.Rasool, Mehrnoush and Sohrab in the office were also very helpful.I would say though that, to help them (especially) to try to draft your itinerary as much as possible before approaching them as this will save time i.e. places, days in each, hotel price-range then trust them to select the latter for you.
Great Service :) TApersia accompanied us well on the way to our Iran visa. My wife's visa took 2 weeks longer than mine (German EU & I'm Swiss). Our questions were always answered quickly by the nice Mahgol via WhatsApp. We think she did her best for our visa processing. After a while, we were also asked how we were doing! Nice, support and promptness are at the highest level.
Mariam Alwazir
Mariam Alwazir
Solo Saudi female in <3 IRAN <3 10/10. It's hard for me to be succinct, but I will try. I am a Saudi who has been impressed, curious, and infatuated by Iranian culture(s), Iron Age history, Islamic & other religious histories, architecture, and geography for over 15 years. Yum, and food. I wanted initially to continue my Persian language study at Dehkhoda Institute, however student visas take much longer than other visas to process, and I would likely miss my class during the processing time. I was disheartened and scrambled through my Google bookmarks looking for old travel that I had saved over the years in my Iran folder. ;) TAP Persia was bookmarked numerous times and I quickly applied for a tourist visa. Hey, I can still practice some Persian as a tourist, right? THE PROCESS WAS SO EASY. So smooth! Mahgol deserves all the praise and recognition for bringing relief to my anxious-self (because I had already long-ago booked my airline tickets and took time off work!), and she walked me through all the steps in a timely manner and with competence and grace. Even during the first week of Norouz and Ramadan, I got a friendly update and advice -- got my tourist visa within 5 or 6 days (the Ministry was closed for Ramarouz, but WOW that was still quick). I cried from happiness and surprise... Thank you thank you. I will be in Iran April to mid-May. Originally I just registered for TAP Persia welcome package + visa help, but now I'm pretty curious about signing up for one or 2 of their tours now. I am beyond impressed and excited. This travel company, Mahgol, & this team already made me feel safe and like I'm going home, and I imagine with their business practice, will prosper for many years down the road. Thank you so much. Someone please remind me to update this post with photos once I arrive to Iran <3
Easy amd efficient visa service I was more than happy with the visa application process done via TAP Persia. All went smoothly. The team is very kind, responsive and professional. The support and promptness are at the highest level.
Daniel S
Daniel S
Iranvisum Ich habe mein Visa für den Iran über TAP Persia beantragt, da der normale Weg zu kompliziert war und sehr viele potentielle Fehler birgt. Ich kann den Service definitiv empfehlen. Alles ist sehr gut und detailliert beschrieben. Der Preis für diesen Service ist es in meinen Augen definitiv Wert. Auch der Kontakt nach der Beantragung über WhatsApp war sehr gut. Sehr freundlich und hilfreich.

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Everything you need to know about the city of Isfahan

We have dedicated this article to the Isfahan tour. In this article, we will explain all the things you need to know about Isfahan as a tourist so that if you want to have a tour of Isfahan, you have complete information. Meanwhile, those looking for a tour of Isfahan can use our Iran tour package.

Introducing the beautiful city of Isfahan

Isfahan is one of the most popular tourist cities in Iran, and we want to get interesting information about different aspects of this city by introducing the city of Isfahan.
Of course, if you want to plan a trip to Isfahan and need more information than what is said in this article, all you have to do is enter the Isfahan Tour page to get acquainted with the sights and entertainment of this city and stay in it. Get helpful information on public transportation in Isfahan and many other cases.

Location of Isfahan

The city of Isfahan, with an area of 220 square kilometers, is located 435 kilometers from the capital of Iran. With a population of about 3 million people, this city is the third most populous city in Iran. The existence of numerous historical monuments in this city caused this city to be introduced as the cultural capital of the Islamic world in 2006, and many travelers from inside and outside the country travel to it every year.

Isfahan Climate of Isfahan

In general, the climate of Isfahan is mild and dry, which has led to low rainfall and snowfall. The environment of Isfahan in the north and east is affected by the desert and is warm, but in the south, it has cooler weather due to the presence of Soffeh mountain.

The geographical location of Isfahan (Geography of Isfahan)

The city of Isfahan is located in a plain area made up of alluvial mountain streams and the Zayandeh River. The city of Isfahan is 1570 meters above sea level and reaches Khomeini Shahr from the west, Sajzi plain from the east, Shahinshahr from the north, and Sepahan Shahr from the south. Isfahan city area has fourteen regions, and as we said before, it is the third largest city in Iran.

Additional information about the city of Isfahan

Before leaving for Isfahan, it is better to get brief information about different aspects of life in this city and travel to this city with a more open vision and more comprehensive information.

Population: According to the official statistics of Iran in 2016, the population of Isfahan was 2243249 people.

Language: The people of Isfahan speak Persian and the Isfahani dialect. In the Isfahani dialect, there are differences in phonetics, vocabulary, melody, and sometimes structure compared to Persian.

Religion: Most people in Isfahan follow Islam, But Armenians, Jews, Christians, Zoroastrians, and other religious minorities live in the city.

Economic: Isfahan is considered the tourism hub of Iran due to its many attractions. Also, part of the city’s economy is affected by the common agriculture and animal husbandry. Beekeeping and fish breeding is one of the common occupations in Isfahan.

Industries also play an essential role in Isfahan’s economy. They are Zobahan Factory, Mobarakeh Steel Company of Isfahan, Poly Isfahan Polyacrylic Factory, Military Industries, Ceramic and Tile Factories, Food Industries And plastic products, and weaving and spinning factories.

In addition to industries, mines also have a tremendous impact on the city’s economy. Mines, among which are stone, gold, and lead mines. The boom in tourism in this city has caused handicrafts to take their place, and Khatam, Vitreous enamel, Carpet weaving, Embroidered button, EMBOSS WORKING, Miniature (miniaturization), Illuminated (Illuminated Manuscript), ceramic tiles, silver and tapestry (Tapestry) are also a source of income for the residents of Isfahan.

Historical attractions of Isfahan

Isfahan is a historic city, and for this reason, it has many historical monuments. In this section, we will introduce some of Isfahan’s tourist attractions. We recommend that if you come to the city of Ashan, be sure to visit its tourist attractions. To travel to Isfahan, you can use the Iran tour package service.

Naqsh-e Jahan Square: Isfahan’s most famous tourist attraction is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is a dream of many tourists. In this square, you can visit unique attractions such as Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Imam Mosque, Isfahan Bazaar, and Aali Qapo Palace, or sit in the square’s open space and enjoy the atmosphere.

Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Chehel Sotoon Palace

Chehel Sotoon Palace: Chehel Sotoon Palace and Garden is another UNESCO World Heritage Site used by the Safavid kings during the Safavid period to care for the country’s affairs and meet with foreign people and representatives. The palace is also famous for its beautiful paintings, drawings, and mirrors.

Hasht Behesht Palace: Hasht Behesht Palace is the only surviving pavilion and palace in the Chaharbagh region in the Safavid period, which was known as the most beautiful palace in the world. The different and nested architecture and its spectacular and unique decorations are considered the charms of this work.

Hasht Behesht Palace
The Khaju Bridge

The Khaju Bridge: The Khaju Bridge is the most beautiful bridge in Isfahan and is one of the most popular nightlife places in the city. This bridge was also one of the most beautiful bridges in the world during the Safavid period.

Si-o-se-pol Bridge: Si-o-se-pol Bridge is the most famous bridge in Isfahan and is one of the main attractions of this city. This bridge, like Khajoo Bridge, is one of the central promenades of the people of Isfahan and is also considered one of the top night attractions of the city.

Isfahan Bazaar (Grand Bazaar Of Isfahan): Isfahan Historical Bazaar is one of Iran’s famous traditional and historical bazaars and is very popular among foreign and Iranian tourists. In this market, you can get acquainted with the original culture of the city’s people, enjoy watching the art of Isfahani architects, and have an attractive purchase of souvenirs and handicrafts of Isfahan.

Monar Jonban: Monar Jonban is one of the top tourist attractions in Isfahan and is famous for its shaky minarets and attracts many tourists every year.

Si-o-se-pol Bridge
Imam Ali Square in Isfahan

Jamea Mosque of Isfahan: The Jamea Mosque of Isfahan, or as it is in historical sources, the Atiq and Juma Mosque, is one of the most important historical monuments of Isfahan and is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This mosque is mentioned as the oldest historical monument of Isfahan, which dates back to the Sassanid period.

Imam Ali Square: Imam Ali Square in Isfahan, before Naghsh Jahan Square, was the most important square in the city and was known as Atiq Square or Old Square. This square is located in the center of Isfahan and consists of four main spaces: the main square, the front of the Grand Mosque, the underpass complex and parking lot, and the surrounding areas of the square.

Vank church: Vank church is one of the most famous churches in Iran and the largest church in Isfahan and is known as the most beautiful church in the city in terms of historical paintings and decorations. The fantastic architecture of Vank Church, a combination of Iranian and Armenian architecture, is one of the attractions of this famous monument.

Isfahan natural attractions

In this part of the Isfahan Tour article, we refer to several natural attractions of Isfahan.

Flowers Garden: Isfahan Flower Garden is one of the city’s famous attractions and has a good atmosphere for walking and sightseeing. You can get acquainted with many flowers and plants in this garden and enjoy its beautifully designed landscape.

Bird Garden: Isfahan Bird Garden is located in Nazhvan Forest Park, and more than 130 species of birds are kept in it. The bird garden has different sections such as ponds, glass cages, rocks, and green and wooded spaces where you can both enjoy the green space of the garden and get acquainted with different types of birds.

Soffeh mountain: Soffeh mountain in Isfahan, also known as the roof of Isfahan, is one of the most famous promenades in the city. Sefeh Mountain has many recreational, natural, and historical attractions such as cable cars, bowling alleys, Gordenebad valley, a zoo, natural springs, Shahedj Castle, a zip line and suspension bridge, children, and adults’ amusement park, etc. It can be used for walking, mountaineering, rock climbing, rock climbing, and belly walking.

Nazhvan Forest Park: Nazhvan Forest Park is the most famous natural attraction of Isfahan, which includes Bird Garden, Butterfly Museum Garden, Trap Sage, Isfahan Aquarium, Reptile Garden, Amusement Park, Oysters Museum, Health Road, Family Bicycles, Stroller And the train, the garden grows, the green space, the amusement park, and so on.

Fadak Garden of Isfahan: Fadak Garden of Fadak is one of the lesser-known attractions of Isfahan and has 47,000 trees and shrubs such as Tehran pine, mulberry, and sparrow tongue, Shirazi cypress, purple, etc. Is. This garden is located in the northeast of Isfahan and has facilities such as camping, passenger accommodation, sports fields, skating rink, children’s play site, women’s garden and…


Isfahan is one of the largest and most attractive cities in Iran for domestic and foreign tourists, and for this reason, we dedicated this article to Isfahan Tour. In this article, we tried to introduce the complete information about the city of Isfahan to you. We hope you find this helpful article. Finally, we ask you to use our Iran tour package if you plan to travel to Iran.


What are the best places for tours in Isfahan?
Probably the most famous place in Isfahan is Naqsh-e Jahan Square and its surrounding. However, in every part of Isfahan, you get to see outstanding historical attractions, as well as natural ones. So, every part of Isfahan, every neighborhood worths a visit. Check out this link to see the variety of tours in Isfahan.
Which places provide the best tours in Isfahan for adrenaline seekers?
We recommend a rafting tour if you are looking for adrenaline. In addition, if you enjoy mountain climbing, you can also try Karkas Mountain with 3895 meters in height.
Which places provide the best tours in Isfahan for groups?
Almost all tours are great for solo travelers and groups as well.

What kind of tours can I take in Isfahan ?
Pickup tours, mountain climbing, desert tours, walking tours, food tasting, and nomad tours are only some examples of the tours you can try in Isfahan.
When is the best time to visit Isfahan?
You can visit Isfahan every time of the year. However, if you are looking for special tours in the desert, nomads, or mountain climbing, probably you should plan for spring and summer.

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