Located exactly in the center of Iran, Isfahan was Iran’s capital in Safavid era and a shining diamond in Iran’s history. A famous saying among Iranians is introducing the importance of the city very well “Isfahan is half of the world”. Iran’s richest city renowned for its exceptional architecture and arts such as Meenakari, Miniature, Silverwork and Copper. At the city’s heart stands UNESCO-listed Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Meidan Emam) flanked by azure-tiled mosques, Outstanding Sheikh Lotf-ol-lah and Imam Mosques, Ali Qapu palace and the entrance to a vast bazaar. Fountains dance where once polo players pranced to entertain Safavid Ruler, Shah Abbas. many artisans working here underpin its reputation as a living museum of traditional culture. Walking through the historic bazaar, over the picturesque bridges is sure to be highlights of a holiday. Holiday makers and regular travelers will consider Isfahan as a certain and important destination in their bucket list. So pack and take a trip and visit Isfahan as soon as possible.