Isfahan Free Walking Tour (Marnan Bridge to Chahar Bagh Abbasi Street)
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Participating at this tour will give you an opportunity to see Isfahan through the eyes of the locals. Our guides will give you many useful tips about the city, the local life and everything else related to them. Don’t lose your chance to follow these tracks. We start off this tour with a visit to the oldest Historical bridge located in Isfahan which is Marnan Bridge. Marnan Bridge along with the Shahrestan Bridge are of the oldest Historical Bridges in Isfahan. Restoration of this bridge was done during the Safavid era and all the expenses for the restorations were paid by one of the famous Armenians who lived in Jolfa district. As our next stop, we will make a visit to the Tabriziha district (Tabriz is a city located on the north-west of Iran). After Shah Abbas moved his Capital to Isfahan, Tabrizi people followed him to Isfahan and took residence in this district of the city which resulted in naming of the district Tabriziha. We will visit the mausoleum of Saeb Tabrizi located there and then we will walk to Abbas Abad Street which is one of the most beautiful streets located in Isfahan. This walking tour is routed along the most famous Canal of Isfahan, Niasarm. The tour guide will explain some information about the canals of Isfahan along the way. The Walking tour will end in Chahar Bagh Street which is the one and the most famous paved walking street in Isfahan.