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Isfahan Cultural




6 hours

Вместимость: 10

Offered in English

What we’ll do?

Known as “Half of the World”, Esfahan is so much more than bridges and blue domes mosques. On our 6-hour walking tour, we’ll go beyond the touristy shops and vendors of Naqsh-e Jahan square and take you on a food exploration of Esfahan. We’ll start with breakfast, guide you through the spice bazaar, show you how Esfahanis made various seed oils in the good ol' days, make stops to sample local delicacies, pastries and sherbets, and end the tour with a delightful lunch that serves all of the best local dishes. Along the tour, your guide will educate you about Esfahan’s food culture and the influence of Islamic medicine on the local cuisine while exploring some of the most historic parts of the city. 

Our Beyond half of the world tour is a great way to understand and sample Esfahani cuisine in a short time.


What's included?

  • Guided walk of Esfahan
  • All samples
  • Transportation during the tour
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Entrance fees


What else you should know?


  • We can arrange for a minimum of 2 people and maximum of 10.
  • If you’re alone, let us know and we’ll try our best to set you up with another group. However, if we’re unable, we might be unfortunate to cancel your tour.
  • The tour fee is to be paid in advance. Once your date is confirmed, an invoice will be sent to you so that you can proceed with the payment.
  • You will receive a full refund if cancellation is requested within 7 days before your tour.
  • You will receive a 50% refund if cancellation is requested within 48 hours before your tour.
  • Whether your a vegetarian or have any sort of food restrictions or allergies, please make sure you let us know in advance so we can adjust things to your needs.
  • All tours and classes are conducted in English. However, if you’re a large group, we can arrange for a translator upon an extra fee in any language required.

Where we’ll be?

Naqshe Jahan

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