Built between 1648 and 1655 with the encouragement of the Safavid rulers, Kelisa-ye Vank is the historic focal point of the Armenian...
The 298m-long Pol-e Si-o-Seh was built by Allahverdi Khan, a favourite general of Shah Abbas I, between 1599 and 1602. It served as both...
Kakh-e Hasht Behesht
It was once the most luxuriously decorated secular building in Esfahan, but over the years the interior of this 17th-century palace has...
This is allegedly the oldest café in Esfahan and with its dim interior, regular clientele and oddball characters, it feels like an...
Khan Gostar Restaurant
Located in the city’s Armenian quarter, this cafeteria-style restaurant serves enormous plates of rice, chicken, fish and kabab. There’s...
Kelisa St · interesting places nearby
This popular underground pizza joint–cum-café offers heavily made-up, crimson-clad waitresses and pizza that’s tasty despite the usual Iranian-pizza limitations.