Persia Hotel in Isfahan
Persia Hotel in Isfahan
Persia Hotel in Isfahan
Persia Hotel in Isfahan
Persia Hotel in Isfahan
Persia Hotel in Isfahan

Persia Hotel in Isfahan

Unlike smaller cities in Iran, Isfahan offers a collection of quality accommodation. Isfahan’s hotels display a unique range of luxury and traditional hotels to budget guesthouses. Safir Hotel, Attar Hotel, Abbasi Hotel, and Iran Hotel are four typical examples of five-star hotels in Isfahan. Isfahan’s traditional hotels are another type of economy lodging in the city, conveying a sense of history and artistry. Isfahan’s guesthouses abound and scatter all around the city. They offer an acceptable service for a low price. Persia Hotel is an example of cheap hotels in Isfahan, Iran. It is a small, one-star hotel located in the center of the city not far from the major tourist attractions of Isfahan. The level of facilities and service far surpasses any hostel or guesthouse in Isfahan. Persia Hotel has 27 seven rooms. Breakfast is included in the cost of the rooms, and there is a good restaurant right next to the hotel from which you can order tasty meals. The icing on the cake is the location of Persia Hotel in Isfahan. There is a metro station in the vicinity of the hotel, and the major tourist spots are a 10 minutes’ drive away.

 

Persia Hotel in Isfahan

Persia Hotel in Isfahan

Persia Hotel in Isfahan

Persia Hotel in Isfahan

Persia Hotel in Isfahan

Isfahan Tours

Isfahan tours are an indispensable part of all Iran tours. When the destination is "the half of the world", there are many different varieties of Iran travel tours. And they are all accompanied by versatile Isfahan tour guides skilled in English and very hospitable towards the tourists. Isfahan city tour includes visits to historic sites, museums, religious sites, and public gardens. Isfahan VIP tours add the luxury of a better transportation and a five-star hotel close to the city center to the features mentioned above.

 

Isfahan Tours

Isfahan Tours

Isfahan Day Tours

Iran travel tours in Isfahan always include a visit to the largest historic plaza in the world, Naghsh-e-Jahan Square. Here you will be immersed in Iranian history of the 16th and the 17th century with their magnificent works of architecture and urban design. Naghsh-e-Jahan includes an extraordinary collection of historic monuments. Ali Qapu, Qeyssariyeh Bazar, Shah Mosque, and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque all add further splendor to the already mesmerizing presence of Naghsh-e Jahan. Hammam-e-Ali Gholi Agha in the beautiful Bid Abadi St is another favorite of Isfahan city tours. It is an old bathhouse with burbling water displaying a set of costumed mannequins. There are some wonderful details to admire. These include a hunting scene in tiles, a duck-headed water spout above the main bathtub and a beautiful rich marble floor. It is one of the unique historic spots of the city and is a must-see in Isfahan sightseeing tours. Fotowat’s gallery in Naghsh-e Jahan Square is an exquisite shop run by Fotowat’s family. The intricate detail of its miniatures is exemplary and admired by tourists and locals alike. Another place to visit on Isfahan’s day tour is the Museum of Decorative Arts in Ostandari street. The museum exhibits 3000 spectacular artifacts from Safavid and Qajar eras in a pleasing and sumptuous atmosphere.

 

Isfahan Day Tours

Isfahan Day Tours

Sightseeing tours are by far the most popular packages in Isfahan, but they are not the only ones. Three of the top-rated packages in our Iran Traditional Village Tours start (or/and end) in Isfahan. In what comes below, we will present a brief introduction of each of these fabulous packages.

1. Abyane Red Village Tours

Abyaneh is one of the most visited spots on our Traditional Village Tours. The packages are better known as Abyaneh Red Village tours due to the signature red soil of the village. The village is 70 km southeast of Kashan, Iran’s capital of roses, where our Abyaneh tour starts. A formidable ancient fortress welcomes you at the entrance of the village, and the spectacular rural red comes into sight. The vernacular architecture of the red mud-bricks of the village building is a real pleasure to watch. Booking our Abyaneh tours will solve all your problems, as you won’t need to worry about anything. But if you want to go solo and enjoy a day in the solitude of the village, you can hire a driver from Kashan or Isfahan to take you away from the buzz of the city. The cost of the trip will depend on the quality of your transportation and the time you intend to spend in Abyaneh.

 

Abyane Red Village Tours

Abyane Red Village Tours

Abyane Red Village Tours

2. Garmeh Village Tours

Venturing off to the desert of Garmeh in Iran is a thrilling experience for many tourists. Garmeh desert is located near Garmeh Village in central Iran, almost 400 kilometers east of Isfahan. The brick and mud houses in this village are as old as 300 hundred years, and animals such as camels are kept in the pens of these houses. Maziar Aledavood, a musician and former pottery teacher, owns Ateshooni Guesthouse in Garmeh. It renders an aura of antiquity and authenticity blended with the hospitality of the staff. Ateshooni (translating to nocturnal gathering around the fire) is a 300 years old guesthouse renovated in the traditional local style. Gazing at stars while sipping Iranian tea and nibbling dates are appealing enough to make Garmeh tour a temptation for many travelers. Our Garmeh tours are two-day packages with a night stay in the magical Ateshooni. Our Garmeh tours start and end in Isfahan, and the costs of transportation, meals, and accommodation are all included. Live traditional music, camel rides, and a memorable desert hike are some activities featured in our Garmeh Village Tours.

 

Garmeh Village Tours

Garmeh Village Tours

Garmeh Village Tours

3. Varzaneh Desert Tours

Varzaneh is a frequently-visited desert in Iran desert tours. A 90-minute drive from the city of Isfahan, Varzaneh desert is a must-see as it offers a scenic view of the highest dunes in the Middle-East. Varzaneh Salt Lake, 40 kilometers south, is also a desert rarity included in the itinerary of Varzaneh desert tours. You will find Varzaneh Tours in our Iran Desert packages. Other than that, all things are like our Garmeh tours. They take two days, with a night stay in a lovely traditional guesthouse in Varzaneh, and the starting point of the tour is of course Isfahan.

 

Varzaneh Desert Tours

Varzaneh Desert Tours

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

Iran tourist attractions have always tantalized traveler’s curiosity. These spots appeal to the aesthetic and artistic tastes of the foreign tourists. Isfahan tourist attractions are among the admired and esteemed touristic appeals of the world. Now let’s take a look at some of the most acclaimed of these spots.

 

1. Naghsh-e-Jahan Square

The spectacular square, which translates to “design of the world,” is the biggest historic square in the world. Naghshe-Jahan, a unique structure with a harmonious design, was the hub of the Safavid capital. Erected by order of the Safavid Shah Abbas I in the early 17th century, the square is bordered by two-story arcades and anchored on each side by four magnificent buildings. Sheikh Lotfallah Mosque, the pavilion of Ali Qapu, the portico of Qeyssariyeh, and the renowned Shah Mosque are all must-sees in Isfahan’s day tours. Beyond all the epic monuments mentioned above, the area around the square holds traditional carpet shops where you can bask yourself in the pleasure of intricate Persian carpet design. Tourists enjoy buying a souvenir for their friends and family from the traditional shops around the square while on a sightseeing tour of Isfahan. Handicraft shops where you can see copper, enamel, calico, and miniature add another hue to the splendor of the area.

 

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

 

2. Vank Cathedral

Vank Cathedral, a symbolic reunion of Islam and Christianity, is one of the amazing tourist attractions in Isfahan. Built in the 17th century during the Safavid reign in Iran, and located in Jolfa district (an area dominated by the Armenian community), the cathedral boasts a unique architectural mix of Islamic and Christian art with the interior colored in blue and gold. A museum adjoining the cathedral displays Islamic, Persian and Armenian artifacts from different eras of Iranian history.

 

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

 

3. Menar Jonban

Menar Jonban (“swinging minarets”) is a historical building 10 km away from Isfahan. A taxi ride to Menar Jonban shouldn’t cost you more than 4 USD. Once in Menar Jonban, you will be captivated by the sight of two swinging minarets and a mausoleum, inside which there is the burial tomb of the 17th-century hermit Abdollah-e-Karladani. The minarets are shaken every half an hour, making the site very interesting for tourists.

 

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

 

4. Chehel Sotoun

Chehel Sotoun is another artistic wonder of İsfahan and is an essential part of any tour in the city. A pavilion fronted by a pool, it was erected by Shah Abbas II to receive foreign dignitaries and ambassadors. The name, literally translated to “forty columns,” springs from the fact that the reflection of twenty columns of the pavilion in the pool adds another twenty columns to the site; hence the name Chehel Sotoun.

 

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

 

5. Si-o-se-Pol and Khaju Bridges

Si-o-se-pol, (“33 bridges”) is a 298-meter long and 13.7-meter wide bridge over Zayandeh-Rud River in the heart of İsfahan. It was originally constructed by the chancellor Allahverdikhan under the commission of Shah Abbas. Functioning as a dam, the bridge makes the view of Zayandeh River even more mesmerizing.

Khaju Bridge is another bridge in Isfahan highly admired by tourists. Thanks to its spectacular construction, Khaju Bridge serves both as a tea-house and a dam. The bridge was built in 1650 by Shah Abbas.

 

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

 

6. Shah Mosque

Shah Mosque, recently renamed to Imam Mosque, is the most sublime architectural monument built during the long and prosperous reign of Shah Abbas I. Located in the center of the city, in Naghshe-e-Jahan, the mosque connects the square to the old Bazaar.

 

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

Isfahan Tourist Attractions

Isfahan City

Located in the center of Iran and only 440 kilometers south of Tehran, Isfahan boasts a long and glorious history and a multifaceted architecture. Isfahan was the third and last capital of the Safavid kings. Upon its nomination as the capital of Iran in 1598, the city flourished and became the most prosperous city in the region. Isfahan’s architecture thrived during Safavid reign especially under the mighty king, Shah Abbas I. Remnants from that glorious period still embellish the city and contribute to its tourism industry. Such incredible diversity of architectural masterpieces guarantees Isfahan’s high status among Iranian cities when it comes to points of interest for foreign tourists.

 

Isfahan City

Tehran’s Hotels and Hostels

Isfahan’s matchless collection of historic tourist attractions are the main reasons that the majority of tourists choose it as their second destination after the capital, Tehran. But before they could relish the sublime beauty of Isfahan, they usually spend a couple of days in Tehran and for that they need accommodation. Even if you cannot make reservation in advance, there are so many amazing options in Tehran’s hotels, hostels and guesthouses that you will find a quality lodge in no time (except for tourist high season). Tehran’s five-star hotels include the most elegant options of accommodation in Iran’s hospitality sector. Tehran’s budget lodgings, in the form of guesthouses and cheap hotels, have an equally reputable status. But the most exciting budget options are undoubtedly the fast-growing line of youth hostels in Tehran. And the hottest option among these fabulous lodges is the first and probably the best hostel in Tehran, Seven Hostel. When asked about their most favorite aspect of Tehran’s Seven Hostel, the guests usually mention the excellent service, the cordial atmosphere and the wonderful online booking service of the hostel.

 

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