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The Bazaar of Isfahan is located in the UNESCO-registered Meydan-e Naqsh-e Jahan. It is charming because it represents a full spectrum of the Persian culture included of numerous craftspeople producing handicrafts with woods, copper, wool and ceramics.
It is also called “a city within another”, and it is a maze of lanes, schools, caravansary, and timchehs.
The main entrance of Isfahan Bazaar is via the northern end of Naqsh-e Jahan Square.
In the mornings, the Isfahan bazaar is topped by a series of small perforated domes that each mirror shafts of light onto the passageways.
The oldest parts of the Isfahan bazaar belongs to more than a thousand years ago but parts of it was built during Safavid dynasty.
The Isfahan bazaar is cool in summertime and warm in winters.
You can spend half of a day wandering the bazaar and taste various spices and dishes of dried dates and enjoy drinking teas that are made in the red and white teapots.
Bazaars of Isfahan provides a variety of foods included of colorful vegetables, herbs, and spices. Probably, most of these ingredients might be mysterious to your eye.
You can have your lunch at traditional restaurants and may experience drinking tea in a traditional restaurant at Isfahan Bazaar.
Through walking in Isfahan bazaar, probably you can get new experiences and fresh points of view on the ancient land of Persia.
You can explore the Isfahan bazaar alone or just follow other tours. It’s an opportunity for you to try dozens of unique local ingredients and to taste delicacies and street foods maybe in some traditional bakeries.
People watching is another fun activity you may have at Isfahan bazaar. Try to mingle with locals in order to find out how is the Isfahani mindset and lifestyle.
In any Iranian city there are bazaars that are the major economic and social centers of the Iranian urban life.
Isfahan is a historic city where you can find Khajou Bridge that is built on the remnants of an ancient bridge from the Sassanid dynasty, the ancient Zoroastrian temples and post Islamic era.
Isfahan is one of Iran’s top tourist destinations in Iran.
Many international visitors to the central Iran believe that Isfahan provides an endless charm through offering so many diverse landscapes, monuments and friendly people. Iran got one of the friendliest people in the world.