Let’s know more about Silkroad and Bazaar in Isfahan Free walking tour.
- Tours Style: Walking in Bazar, free
- Appeal To: All travelers who like to see real Isfahan, explore like a local
- Availability: Everyday
- Departure Point: Meeting point will be explained after confirmation (usually it’s in Naghshe Jahan square)
- Finishing Point: Imam ali squire (kohne squire)
- Departure Time: 16.00 pm ( finish around 7-7.30 pm )
When you visit Isfahan it might be quite a trouble to get yourself around. Having a free walking tour is an excellent alternative to explore the city of Isfahan. To cover hustle and bustle of Esfahan, we customized a walking tour so-called ”free walking tour of Isfahan Bazar”. This walking tour starts at 4 pm and in 4 hours you will walk with us to explore the old part of Isfahan.
We will start our tour in Naghshe Jahan square (the main squire of beautiful Isfahan). We will learn more about the mixture of art and culture in this squire. We will start our tour in front of Aliqapu palace we will explore how that was built. We will imagine how they have enjoyed polo from the top of this palace. We will go forward to see Shah mosque in the south part of the Naqsh Jahan squire.
Our next stop is Sheikh Lotfollah mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is one of the architectural masterpieces of Iranian architecture that was built during the Safavid Empire, standing on the eastern side of Naghsh-i Jahan Square.
We will have a saffron ice cream and after a short stop, we continue our journey to old Bazaar of Isfahan. We will learn more about silk road and Carvansay in Isfahan. We will walk for about half an hour in the Bazaar and see local shops.
We finish our tour in Kohneh Square or Old Square. It was a focal point of the city of Isfahan for centuries. In the eleventh century when Isfahan was the capital of the Seljuk dynasty, it was the main square and the chief center of the business and social life of the city.
Our professional and qualified tour guides work on the basis of tips only. If you like the walking tour, you just pay what you feel.