Isfahan Province Description

Isfahan, - half of the world, the center of handicrafts and the capital of Persian-Islamic architecture, - is the main destination of all Iranian tourists, domestic and foreign tourists. The desert and beautiful mosques of this province are also destinations for tourists.

A province with the history of the political and cultural history of Iran located on the central plateau. The weather is semi-humid and humid. Agriculture has grown because of the existence of Zayanderood River. The largest and most important historical and cultural monuments along the river are formed, and the name of this river is always beside the name of the city of Isfahan.

Isfahan province is located in the center of Iran and its access to other parts of the country is suitable. Also, enjoying a diverse climate (four seasons), Zayandeh Rood, the largest central river in Iran, deserts and sand dunes, has empowered the province to attract tourists.

Isfahan province with cities such as Isfahan , Kashan , Natanz, Aran va Bidgol and Naiin and by having Historical dates and the existence of valuable cultural, religious, and historical works are always luminous and appealing to domestic and foreign tourists.

Among the historical, cultural and natural attractions of Isfahan Province, one can mention the following:

Ali Qapu Pavilion, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Imam Mosque (the mosque), Vank Cathedral, Spire vacillatory, Palace, Chehel House Hasht-Behesht, four gardens, Temple, cemetery boards, steel, historic bazaar of Isfahan, Jahan Square Garden Birds, Paul Khaju Bridge, thirty-three bridge (Allah Verdi Khan) and the historical texture of Kashan, as well as spectacular deserts near the cities of Jandaq, Kashan and Aran-Bidgol.