The Safavid king, Shah Abbas II had this centuries old bridge built around the 1650s. It has withstood the test of time because of careful restoration and maintenance work. Khaju isn’t just a ‘bridge’ it is a place where people meet. Locals gather at night to recite poetry or simply hang out. The bridge glows an intimate yellow at night, which makes it an atmospheric place to visit after a day of exploring the city.
Entrance Fee: Free