On this evening tour, we will check out Isfahan’s Armenian Quarter which is filled with amazing buildings that date back to the Safavid dynasty!
Buildings such as the Vank Cathedral which bears a series of mesmerizing paintings or “Sangtarash-Ha” which used to be a Zoroastrian neighborhood.
On our way, we will visit two of the most iconic bridges from the Safavid Dynasty: Si-o-se pol and Khajou bridge. People of Isfahan are so fond of these heritages that tend to spend their free time by these bridges. There is even a famous phrase in Isfahani local dialect praising “By the Khajou Bridge” moments!
These bridges have also provided an acoustic environment for music enthusiasts to perform traditional music and be heard by the people. During this incredible tour, there is a huge chance that you run into these street performers.
Let’s book now to walk together, enjoy a cup of traditional ice cream and learn about Isfahan, such a vibrant city at its best!
Note: Visiting ” Vank Cathedral ” and “Isfahan Music Museum ” is optional and will happen only if you like to learn about Iranian musical instruments and enjoy alive Persian traditional music, performed by a group of young talented musicians!