Isfahan is one of the jewels of Iran, famous for its bridges and the blue-domed mosques of Naqsh-e Jahan square. But there are so much more wonders to discover in this ancient Persian capital and this cullinary walk tour will give you the opportunity to explore the city through a really unique lens.
During four hours into the historical parts of the city, you'll learn everything about Isfahan's food culture, discover how Islamic medicine influenced the local cookery and taste local sweets, drinks, and various foods gleaned in local shops.
Into the magnificent old Grand Bazaar, you will visit the colorful spice section and be introduced to the use of plenty of unique and local ingredients. Wandering in the alleys, you'll easily enjoy walking, shop souvenirs while observing the vibrant local life and its activities. Visit a copper workshop, or observe and learn the way of handmade manufacturing of "Ghalamkar", a delicate type of textile printing uses as the table cloth splendidly that Isfahan is famous for.
After all these delights for your senses, it will be time to sit and finally enjoy a delicate lunch in a local restaurant with all of the most delicious local cuisines.