Join us on a ride from Kashan to Isfahan. We will visit Abyaneh on the way and then head to Isfahan. After Arabs invasions in the 7th century, some Zoroastrian followers fled toward the mountains and deserts to keep their religion from Islam conversion. They found a string of villages in the Karkas Mountains, north of Isfahan. Abyaneh is one of the last surviving villages of the valley.
From a tower full of pigeons, to the historical cemetery of Takht-e Foulad and the spectacular Khaju Bridge. These amazing sites all offer different beauties and they carry different historical stories to tell. Don’t miss the chance of visiting these must-see places of Isfahan in one day.
The majestic Naqsh-e Jahan is deserved to be explored bit by bit. You are about to step into one of the largest public squares in the world. Come explore this living museum in the heart of Isfahan with a detailed tour of the square itself and its surroundings.
The historical elegant Isfahan lies in the middle of Iran, the city you can find the real world of art since the oldest of time. Visiting different monuments and ancient sights motivates you to know more and more about this wonderland. Let’s stroll in the old square, ancient bazaars and also visit Hasht Behesht Garden.
Located 80km away from Isfahan, Vartun Hot Sulphur Springs is the best place to have a chill day away from the urban life. This complex is located in a desert region that offers quite astonishing landscapes and views to its visitors. Choose between the traditional way of going in the small pools filled directly with hot water or enjoy the mineral-rich water in a private shower.