Among the cities of Iran, Isfahan is a real gem that has been preserved despite its historical fluctuations along the history.
The city, during the reign of the Safavids, became the capital of Iran and took a great boom.
There are numerous historical monuments in the city, some of which have been recorded as UNESCO historical heritage. The city is famous for its beautiful Islamic architecture, bridges, unique mosques, and minarets.
Isfahan is located in a relatively mountainous area in the center of Iran’s Plateau. It leads to Zagros Mountains in the west and the central desert in the east and north.
Isfahan has a dry climate. The summer months are hot and dry from June to August; winter months are from December to February, with a chance of snowfall.
Main Tourist Attractions:
- Imam Mosque
- Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
- Ali Qapu Palace
- Jame Mosque
- Vank Cathedral