Day 1: Isfahan
Get ready to visit half of the world; Isfahan was once the capital of Persia and one of the largest cities in the world.
We begin our journey through Isfahan by visiting Chehel-Sotun Palace. This architectural masterpiece is a pavilion in the midst of a park at the far end of a long pool which is a typical design of all Persian Gardens. We will continue our tour to Meidane Emam (Naghsh-e-Jahan) (WHS) Square which is an oblong-shaped square built in Safavid era. The square with its lively atmosphere has always been a perennial tourist attraction; it is bordered on all sides by aesthetically remarkable monumental buildings linked by a series of two-storied arcades of shops. The monuments surrounding the square are named Shah Mosque, The Pavilion of Ali-Qapu Palace, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, we visit Imam Mosque situated on the south side of the Shah square. The mosque was built during Safavid period by the order of the first Shah Abbas of Persia. And last but not least Isfahan Grand Bazaar.
Day 2: Isfahan
In the morning we will visit Jame Mosque; the Great Mosque of Isfahan in Iran is unique in this regard and thus enjoys a special place in the history of Islamic architecture. Not miss Vank Cathedral which is one of the most celebrated examples of the colorful architecture to mirror Christians’ religious and spiritual concept. Then we go to visit Hasht Behesht Palace Once the most luxuriously decorated palace in Isfahan
Day 3: Isfahan
In the morning we drive to visit Menar Jonban or the Shaking Minarets, It is a burial monument surmounted by two brick minarets that can be swung with little pressure; when one is shaken by the human force, the other starts to vibrate automatically. Then we go to Nazhvan Forest Park, Nazhvan are a wide green area with a lot of attractions such as museums, aquarium, birds garden, kids pool, some kids play grounds, horse riding, rafting (when the river flow), telecabine, renting bicycle and so many other facilities.