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Should Know

  • The aerial distance from London to Isfahan is 2,344 miles
  • Popular Airlines from London to Isfahan are Turkish Airlines and Qatar Airways
  • Flights to Isfahan from London approximately takes 9h 25min
  • Population: 19,60000 as of 2016
  • Language: Persian is the official language of Isfahan
  • Area: 551 km²
  • Festivals: Chaharshanbe Suri, Nowruz or Persian New Year, Sizdeh Bedar, Kashan Rosewater Festival, Tasua, Ashura, Saffron Harvest and Yalda

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About Isfahan

Isfahan is also known as Sepahan, is the capital of Isfahan province with the area of 250 square kilometres. The name means ‘half the world’ and it is situated in the heart of a plateau in Iran and known as the cultural capital of the Muslim world. After Tehran, Isfahan is the second touristic city that sees an influx of tourists from all over the globe. With staggering architecture, exotic landscapes and rich culture, Isfahan offers endless adventure and attractions. No doubt, Isfahan is indeed one of the most historical cities and according to many travellers, the number one city to visit in Iran.

Best Time to Visit Isfahan

Generally, the best time to fly to Isfahan is during the spring and autumn. There are ideal temperatures across most of Iran from March until May and then again from late September to early November. Meanwhile, winter is best avoided because temperatures can become very cold.

Best Places to Visit in Isfahan

As an old saying goes this way, ‘Isfahan nesf-e jahan’, which means that Isfahan is half the world and it’s correct for all the right reasons. During your visit to this magnificent city in central Iran, you’ll unravel its layers to better understand the saying. Explore palaces, mosques, bridges, gardens and other key spots. However, here’s a list of things to do in the city of Isfahan.

Naqsh-e-Jahan Square: Famed also as Imam Square, Naqsh-e-Jahan Square is a huge public area with fine examples of Islamic treasures that were built during the Safavid Empire. Tourists gather here to marvel at UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Do not hurry, just explore these historical wonders at your own pace.

Grand Bazaar of Isfahan: Walk through the Naqsh-e-Jahan Square, cross the Qeysarie Gate and you'll reach the Grand Bazaar. You'll find everything under one roof - clothes, spices, handicrafts, ornaments and much more.

Jameh Mosque: Walk through history at the famous Jameh Mosque and get an insight into the ancient world with a span of 8th to 20th century. Admire the impressive design, explore areas that have been remodelled and do not miss the design of the prayer hall.

Majlesi Tomb: Very near to Jameh Mosque, you can visit Majlesi Tomb, a mausoleum in tribute to the influential Mohammad-Baqer Majlesi. Just sit in the main hall and listen to the reading of the texts. A guide will probably help you to learn more about the place.

Chehel Sotoun Palace: Built by Shah Abbas II, this important place has been graced by dignitaries and royals since the 1500s. Built with 25 wooden columns, it was a place for entertainment and accommodation for guests. Get to know the history and its significance in the Islamic world.

Siosepol: Right from Sotoun Palace, walk south towards Chahar Bagh e Abbasi Lane and you will reach Siosepol. Book London to Isfahan flight tickets and explore the riverside of Zayandeh River and marvel at the 35 arches which you can sit under. If the river is dry, you can explore the lower part as well.

Khaju Bridge: Khaju Bridge is a fantastic structure that was built when Shah Abbas II ruled. Hop on to the centre pavilion, where the King himself sat and enjoyed the views. This bridge has two floors where you can witness locals reciting poetry and singing folk songs.

Ali Qapu Palace: Adjacent to Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is the tall, 6-storey Ali Qapu Palace, which was a royal residence of Shah Abbas and other administrators. Today, the palace houses several paintings and artefacts. Walk up to the terrace and enjoy the surrounding views. Do not miss the 6th floor, the design and the architecture is something to behold.

Zoroastrian Ateshkadeh: A few kilometres to the west of the city, this temple is located on a hillside. A short climb is extremely rewarding as you'll be able to enjoy the city and river view. Early morning walks are recommended to soak up the sunset and the cool atmosphere.

Airport serving London & Isfahan

London: Six international airports and other smaller airports serve London, making it the busiest airport system in the world by passenger numbers. London airports are London City Airport (LCY), London-Gatwick (LGW), London-Heathrow (LHR), London-Luton (LTN), Southend (SEN) and London-Stansted (STN), out of which London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, shops, restaurants, lounges with unrestricted Wi-Fi access and more.

Isfahan: Isfahan International Airport (IFN) is an international airport serving the city of Isfahan, Iran. The airport is named in honour of Shahid Beheshti. The airport has two terminals, one for Domestic Flights and one for International Flights. Just adjacent to the airport is Khatami Air Base which was built in 1970 specifically to cater Iran's fleet of F-14 Tomcat.

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