This day trip is a true discovery of 17th century Iran when Safavids as the third great Persian Empire ruled over the country. We visit Naqsh-e Jahan Square where the best of everything is gathered at the same place. Here, we experience history, art, architecture, everyday life and joyful shopping.
In this day trip we visit the greatest Safavid Era matrimony, Naqsh-e Jahan Square, awaits us to be visited. Naqsh-e Jahan Square is one of the largest and most attractive squares in the world. The two most awe-inspiring mosques in the Islamic world, Abbasi Mosque and Sheikh Lotfolla Mosque, along with Ali Qapu Palace Pavilion on three sides have given the square its allure. These attractions are connected via a row of two-story traditional shops (called Qeysarieh Bazaar) where we can acquire the best authentic handicrafts in Iran. Close to the square, there is a Chehel Sotoun Palace Pavilion located inside a large Persian garden, a world heritage site that we visit. This palace is also a safavid monument with exciting and beautiful frescos depicting the royal and common people lifestyle of that era.