With its outstanding cultural and natural tourist attractions, Iran, as a cradle of civilization, greatly enriches the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This list includes sites of cultural importance and natural wonders. Since 1979, 24 places in Iran have been recognized by UNESCO as the intangible cultural heritage sites, including the historical and cultural splendor of Persepolis, Chogha Zanbil, or Bam Citadel, to the natural wonders of Hyrcanian Forests and the Lut Desert. These 24 sites, which are scattered in every corner of the country, are considered as only some of the reasons why tourists should visit Iran. With Iranviva Group you can either choose any of the various tour packages provided beforehand by Iranviva Group or plan your own private tour packages and your desired itinerary to some of the most precious sites in Iran.
Isfahan known as “Half of the World”, is the glorious capital city of Iran in the Safavid era. Now, as the third biggest city in Iran, with a peaceful atmosphere, Isfahan welcomes tourists from the five continents who love to explore the beauty and wonder that it has to offer. It draws many tourists to Iran notably for visiting its splendid attractions and enjoying the extraordinary experiences like walking by Zayandeh-Rud River along the wonderful historic bridges. Considered as the cultural capital of Iran, Isfahan has been recognized by the UNESCO for its outstanding universal value. Furthermore, as a hub for crafts and folk art, Isfahan displays the extraordinary beauty and glory of the best architectural pieces of the Islamic world in its iconic mosques and delicate palaces.
Here, Iranviva Group has provided a complete guide on what you can do or where you can go in Isfahan. So you can get enough information about the city of Isfahan before you book your Iran tour package with Iranviva Group, and before you travel to Iran.
The city was known as Apadana, Asfahan, Asbahan in the past. Isfahan, the third most populous city in Iran, is a memorial from the brilliant era of the Sassanid architecture.The Sassanids established the first religious government in which the Zoroastrian priests played a prominent role. For this reason, many fire temples were constructed throughout Iran, including the city of Isfahan. Nowadays one of the reasons for traveling to Isfahan is visiting these fire temples.One of the tour programs that brings tourists from around the world to the city of Isfahan is visiting the original Iranian architecture, glittering in every corner of the city; the architecture known in the world as the art of Isfahan.We invite you to a different trip to this city, a journey with the one you love!Travel with your beloved ones to the city of Isfahan and take a romantic walk in the spring weather of the city. Only walking around such a brilliant city calms the two lovers’ souls.