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The lifeline of Esfahan and a symbolic meeting place

like most inland cities... the river is the historic lifeline. Definitely worth a long walk along... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2017
follow the river to the west of isfahan

now days because of global warming zayandehrood river is drought but if you go to the west of... read more

Reviewed 24 September 2018
Isfahan Province, Iran
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24 Sep 2018
“follow the river to the west of isfahan”
17 Sep 2018
“fresh place for the city”
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Reviewed 24 September 2018

now days because of global warming zayandehrood river is drought but if you go to the west of isfahan for about 100 km you can see the full of water river

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank wonderfulirantour
Reviewed 18 September 2018

it's in the middle of Isfahan city this river named Zayandeh rud ( zendeh rud) Zayandeh river , from Live that can fresh weather of Isfahan in old places of city for example : Imam square , chahar bagh street , isfahan was capital city...More

Date of experience: October 2017
2  Thank seyedmousa
Reviewed 12 February 2018

The river was dry but the bridge over it as Esfahan is still a lovely sight from both the riverbank and to walk over

Date of experience: November 2017
1  Thank ColchesterSleeper
Reviewed 30 July 2017

like most inland cities... the river is the historic lifeline. Definitely worth a long walk along the river to get a sense of life in Esfahan... see how the locals celebrate the city

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank JoanneL2947
Reviewed 27 December 2016

At the Municipal Bus station you can get a bike for free (bring an ID) and cycle along the Zayandeh river bed. It is easy to find your way. On both sides of the river there are good roads or trails suitable for cycling. A...More

Date of experience: December 2016
2  Thank Robert937
Reviewed 8 December 2016 via mobile

I had a travel to Isfahan 3 years ago with my coworker, it was the last month of summer, we went to Zayandeh Rud, we were walking among the river, it was very beautiful and full of water, It had a very nice view in...More

Date of experience: September 2016
Thank amir s
Reviewed 2 September 2016

A seasonal river which pass through Isfahan city; and is very beautiful in the night and also in the sunset time. You may see it in Nowrooz time (Persian new year).

Date of experience: April 2016
1  Thank ARASB D
Reviewed 30 June 2016

There are some historical bridge on it's way like Marnan, Siosepol and .... . Because of dam, it's a seasonal river. We visited Isfahan in November. They opened dam, the day we just arrived; so all our time in Isfahan, Zayandeh Rud had water and...More

Date of experience: November 2015
Thank SadeghiA
Reviewed 25 June 2016

Zayandeh Rood is the main river which divides Isfahan in two parts. It's a huge but shallow river and the most famous bridges of Isfahan have been built over it: Si-o-Seh pol, Khajoo, Fellezi,... are some of them. The river doesn't have waters all year...More

Date of experience: May 2016
1  Thank Hesam_Dehghani
Reviewed 1 October 2015

Zayandeh Rud is the river that cross the City of Isfahan, Iran. The spourc of Zayandeh Rud is in Kouhrang. Several Historical bridges cross the river and connect the two sides of Isfahan. These bridges are including Khaju Bridge (Belongs to Safavieh dynasty period), si-o-se...More

Date of experience: May 2015
1  Thank M A
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