We’ll start full tour visiting of Isfahan with Chehel Sotoun Palace (World Heritage Site). This palace is located in historic city Isfahan. Chehel Sotoun is formed by twenty real wooden columns and twenty reflected columns in the water. Count them, please! Later, visit Naqsh-e Jahan Square (World Heritage Site) will leave you breathless. This square was built during the Shah Abbas period and consists of three urban parts: mosque, palace and market. Shah Mosque is the most beautiful one in Iran in terms of possessing polychrome tiles. In front of the Shah Mosque, you can see Qeysarie Bazaar. This bazaar is a complex of several schools and mosques, mainly dedicated to the sale of carpets and other handicrafts. As you take a stroll at the bazaar, you will find a lot of tourists who are buying souvenirs. Maybe you’d like to buy. In the evening, we continue on to historic bridges, Si-o-se Pol and Khaju. Do not be surprised if you heard the song under the Khaju Bridge. Definitely, a young man of Isfahan is practicing singing. You can go near him and get acquainted with the Iranian folk song!
Overnight: Isfahan, Meals: B, L, D