Iran Top 5 Iran bazaars

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Top 5 Iran bazaars

Needless to say, Iran bazaars were a feast of colors, fragrances, flavors, spices, herbs, blue decorations and, wait for it, carpets.

Tehran bazaar

Tehran Bazaar is a huge maze of alleys full of shops, carriages, merchandise and customers. Heart of the city’s economy, it’s believed to play an important role in the whole country’s economic growth, and if you manage to get your way through the crowd, you’ll know why. Definitely a must if you visit the Iranian capital.

Tabriz bazaar

Not just the average herb, tea and carpet shops here, Tabriz bazaar is also an important historical place, being Iran’s oldest market, even declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2010 for its major role of commercial hub along the famed Silk Road. Operative and famous already in the 13th century, Tabriz bazaar is a fascinating complex of brick buildings and still one of the best places to buy typical Tabriz-style carpets.

Isfahan bazaar

Isfahanis know full well how to treat customers and make it easier for visitors to find the adored souvenirs, and this is probably why they laid out the city’s bazaar right around Imam Square, the first attraction every tourist explores when in Isfahan. This market, too, is very old, its very first shops dating back to the 11th century nonetheless, and new areas being built gradually during Safavid era.

Shiraz bazaar

Shiraz main market, called Bazaar-e Vakil, is located right in the historical center in Darb’e Shahzadeh, near Vakil mosque. Considered a masterpiece of the Zand dynasty, it has brick vaulted walls as its main architectural feature. Persian rugs, herbs, a variety of different teas and the always present khakishir, popular detoxing seed-based drink, are only some of the highlights of Shiraz bazaar.

Yazd bazaar

A lot of blue, termeh, the wonderful silk and wool handwoven fabric traditional from Yazd, goldsmiths and tiles are everywhere in this city’s bazaar. Located betweeh Khan mosque and Khan school, the market is one of the oldest and most interesting sites in Yazd city center. From handmade jewelry to exquisitely painted tiles to precious fabrics, in Yazd too you are bound to fork out good cash.

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