Erasmus blog Isfahan

  • Isfahan and history

    Isfahanis the first destination for tourists, undoubtedly it is impossible that you came to iran and you didn’t visit this amazing city. You will see all the amazing landscapes and squares and bridges in one city. The first day of my accommodation in Isfahan, I had...

    0 by farzaneh, 3 years ago
  • Isfahan diaries (II): Bridge hopping

    So Isfahan is full of bridges, there is a bridge in every corner probably, some of them more historical and monumental than the others, all are eye-catchingly beautiful nonetheless. The bridges are such an important part of Isfahan’s landscape and architecture and...

    0 by Saba, 4 years ago
  • Isfahan diaries (I): Naghshe Jahan square

    Alright the truth is I've been contemplating whether I should start this series or no. Well, honestly recently I am so busy with all the moving and my classes that I don’t even have the time for short blogs on cafes, let alone a series this important and this major....

    0 by Saba, 4 years ago
  • Two historical houses, one story

    It's not only the city of Isfahan which is my favorite place in all of Iran, but it is rather the whole Isfahan province that I am in love with. This province is so rich in the Iranian culture and heritage that even if you only get to visit this state of the whole Iran,...

    0 by Saba, 4 years ago
  • Flower Garden, Isfahan

    There is a Persian saying that says: “If a person visits Isfahan (the city) it’s like they have visited half of the world”. Now I don’t know how true that saying is because that statement is very subjective but I would say that visiting Isfahan is a once in a...

    0 by Saba, 4 years ago
  • Golpayegan, Isfahan

    So that beautiful day on the spring we ended up having some good Old Iranian kebabs in a “Kababi" for lunch. Kababi is basically a restaurant where they only sell kebabs; this one minced the meat right in front of you and put them on sticks to put on barbecue. You...

    0 by Saba, 4 years ago
  • Inverted tulip paradise

    Hidden gems. Hidden gems are one word I would use to describe every corner of Iran. You could discover a piece of paradise in the most unexpected places. A place where you could feel absolute tranquility and really think of the wonders of this world. Yes I know all this...

    0 by Saba, 4 years ago

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