Travel Information


Isfahan is served by the Isfahan International Airport which handles domestic flights to Iranian cities and international flights,mostly to regional destinations across Middle East and central Asia including Dubai and Najaf. Below table show airlines with direct flight to Isfahan.


City (From/To)

IranAir Airlines





Turkish Airlines


Taban Airlines



Austrian Airlines


Flydubai Airlines


Air Arabia Airlines


Pegasus Airlines



Isfahan is connected to three major rail lines: Isfahan-Tehran,Isfahan-Shiraz (recently opened),Isfahan-Yazd and via this recent one to Bandar Abbas and Zahedan.

Metro and Inter City Public Transportation

Isfahan became the fifth Iranian city to open an urban rail network.
The first phase has 10 stations including an interchange with long-distance buses at Kaveh.

The second phase of the project will extend the line south to Azadi and Soffeh,and the city is also planning to construct two east-west lines.

Totally,the system consists of two lines: Line 1 is 12.5 km,12 km of which is in tunnel,and has 15 stations,all underground. From Azadi station Line 2 starts underground and immediately after leaving the station runs on the surface towards the south-west as a regional light rail line. The total length of this line will be 43 km (0.7 km underground and 9.6 km elevated) with 13 stations. Ultimately,five lines are scheduled for the system
Road transport

Internal highway network of Isfahan is currently under heavy expansion which began during the last decade. Its lengthy construction is due to concerns of possible destruction of valuable historical buildings. Outside the city,Isfahan is connected by modern highways to Tehran which spans a distance of nearly 400 km (248.55 mi) to North and to Shiraz at about 200 km (124.27 mi) to the south. The highways also service satellite cities surrounding the metropolitan area