Vakil Bazaar is one of the most famous traditional Iranian bazaars. The bazaar is inspired by the traditional Lar city Bazaar. The Vakil Bazaar is part of a Vakil monuments complex, which are includes: Bazaar, Mosque, Bath, and Ab Anbar (water reservoir) of Vakil that are located around each other. Among things you can found in this Bazaar are foods, handicrafts, Persian rugs, beverages, and mountain plants. This Bazaar was constructed by order of Karim Khan Zand and in 1177 it was completed. After the construction of the Bazaar, it became the economic heart of the city of Shiraz, which was the capital of the Zand Dynasty in Iran.
The area of the market is more than 2 hectares and its roof is about 10 meters high. The market plan is a cross or + sign, which has 5 gates.