Out trip through Iran continues with the traditional town of Isfahan where we try some local dishes and show you cool things to do in Isfahan as well as the impressive attractions.
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Compared to Tehran, our last stop, Isfahan is more traditional and conservative. This is why you can visit quite a few monumental sights here. We took 2 days to try the local cuisine and explore the best things to do in Isfahan such as roaming the world’s second largest square, smoke shisha or visit the big mosques.
Due to it’s centralized structure and the numerous parks Isfahan is a great city to explore for tourists – all major attractions can be found in and around the huge Naqsh-e Jahan Square.
We reached out to the local Couchsurfing community to get in touch with locales who could give us tips beyond the typical tourist sites – it didn’t take long until Shayan reached out and offered us to show us his Esfahan. This way we got to see places and eat at restaurants we normally wouldn’t have found ourselves. In this video We give a few recommendations of places to visit in Isfahan and typical persian dishes you should try when visiting.
This part of the trip was executed within 3 days – following I list all the places I visited & Things to do in Isfahan:
– Naqsh-e Jahan Square
– Masjed-e Shah / Shah Mosque
– Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
– Ali Qapu Palace
– The Imperial Bazaar of Isfahan
– Abbasi Hotel
– Samboose & Faloodeh
– Promenade & Parks
– Shahrzad Restaurant
– Saba Hotel
– Chehel Sotoun Palace
– Esfahan Old Town & Streets
– Si-o-seh Pol
This video is part of „Inside Iran“ – a documentary series introducing you to popular and unknown sights / things to do in Iran as well as the Persian cuisine and the super friendly locals we met on our trip from Tehran to Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd. With this series I want to create a better understanding of the country and it’s people without focussing on politics or religion.
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