In the morning we drive to Isfahan, the jewel of ancient Persia. It is Iran’s largest desert city, which the Zayandehrud River crosses through it. After serving breakfast, Chehel Sotoun Palace (World Heritage Site) is the first attraction to explore. Naqsh-e Jahan Square (World Heritage Site) is the next place to visit. Upon arrival, you will see a vast space in front of your eyes, with magnificent works on each side of it. The Shah Mosque is located on the south side of the square, which is very mysterious. You must pass a corridor to reach the main courtyard. At that moment, its beauty will be astonished you. The Qeysarie Bazaar is located south of Naqsh-e Jahan Square. This bazaar is full of old-fashioned Isfahan businesses that are producing handcrafts with old methods. The rest day is for exploring historic bridges, Si-o-se pol and Khaju. Si-O-se pol (33 arches) is the longest bridge on the Zayandehrud River, built at the time of Shah Abbas I. There you will find adolescents who come near you to speak English. You can ask questions about the customs of Isfahan people.
Overnight: Isfahan, Meals: B, L, D