Follow us and explore the history of old Persia and the spirit of the new Iran. Discover magnificent mosques, small mountain villages, and colorful gardens, and gain deeper insight into this ancient land.
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Some of the most exquisite examples of Middle Eastern design and architecture are to be found in Iran, including the magnificent ruins of Persepolis, the dazzling Islamic centres at Isfahan and Shiraz, and beautifully-crafted gardens set in desert wastes. The rich bazaars and the ancient tradition of hospitality never fail to impress in a country which sees few tourists.
Welcome to the beautiful country of Iran.
As you arrive in IKA airport, Our guide is waiting to greet and transfer you to the hotel.
Golestan complex (Marble Throne, Karimkhani Nook, Nasserdin shah tombstone, Salam Salon & Wind catcher salon) a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE (Two Palaces) Literally the name means the Roseland Palace, is the former royal Qajar complex. Then we will visit Bazaar near the Golestan complex. Then we visit Treasury of National Jewels Museum. Here is the most dazzling collection of gemstones and jewelry known in the world; the most spectacular objects have been placed on public display and form one of the country's principal tourist attractions, and National Museum.
Rug Museum, Sa’adabad Complex (white house& green palace), Tajrish square and Bazaar, Imamzadeh Saleh, and Nature bridge.
Qom - Kashan
In the early morning we leave Tehran to Kashan. On the way, we visit the city of Qom and the shrine of Imam Masoumeh.
After we arrived in Kashan we will visit Fin garden (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE) which was first planted during the Safavid period and kept alive with water from the nearby Sulaimanieh Spring. This beautiful garden was expanded by the Zand and Qajar monarchs, with many open pavilions added, Tabatabae’s traditional House, Boroujerdi’s traditional house, Agha Bozorg mosque.
Kashan - Yazd
In the morning we leave Kashan to Yazd.
In the evening we visit Fahraj (Mosque, Alexander custody, historical house,12 imam monument) Zoroastrian
fire place ,Dowlatabad garden UNESCO World Cultural Heritage) one of the historical Persian
garden with wind tower.
Fahadan (historical city context) set out on a walking tour visiting the Jameh Mosque, notable for its fine mosaics and beautiful exterior. From here you are ideally placed to explore the older parts of the city, which are some of the oldest on Earth according to UNESCO. Walk the narrow
lanes, past simple courtyards and the ornate doors of the mud brick buildings. One of the most distinctive features of Yazd are the wind towers (‘badgirs’) that capture even the softest of breezes and send them to the buildings below in a forerunner of modern air-con, Water museum shows how the quants (underground water channels) brought water to the city from the mountains for thousands of years Amirchakhmagh square and buying souvenir.
Yazd - Kerman
After arriving in Kerman, if we have enough time, we will visit Ganjali Khan Bath and Bazaar, and Jabaliyeh dome.
On this day we visit the Rayen Castle, a site of notable historical events. Then Shazdeh Mahan Garden a historical Persian garden that with its beautiful mansion, it shines like a green jewel in the heart of the desert.
Kerman - Shiraz
In the morning we leave Kerman to Shiraz. On the way the city of Neyriz and The Sassanid Palace at Sarvestan is a Sassanid-era building in the Iranian city of Sarvestan will be visited.
Nasir mosque from Qajar era
which includes extensive colored glass in its façade; it is also named the Pink Mosque, due to the usage of considerable pink color tiles for its interior design, Narenjestan (a traditional and historical house in Shiraz, dated back to Qajar era), Vakil complex (bathhouse, bazaar, mosque) this mosque was built between 1751 and 1773, during the Zand period. Vakil means regent, which was the title used by Karim Khan, the founder of Zand Dynasty, Agha baba khan school, and Shah Cheragh shrine the Holy Shrine of Ali Ebne Hamzeh.
Persepolis in the heart of the fabled Persian Empire. Once one of the greatest architectural wonders of the ancient world , Naqsh-e Rustam Necropolis of the Achaemenes, it was founded by Darius the Great, who made it his capital in 518 BC (Lunch ) driving to Shiraz, visiting Haffeziye (Tomb of Hafez a great Persian poet), Sa’adi tomb, Eram garden, Quran gate, and experiencing Shiraz nights.
Shiraz - Isfahan
Before leaving Shiraz, we will visit Pasargad, the capital of the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great (559–530 BCE), who ordered its construction and the location of his tomb. It's an archaeological site and one of Iran's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Naghsh-e jahan square Complex (UNESCO World Cultural Heritage) which was built in 16th century and has four monuments at its dimensions (Sheykhlotfola mosque which is a masterpiece of Iranian and Islamic architectures, Shah mosque that was built during the Safavid period and it is one of the everlasting masterpieces of architecture in Iran, Aalighapoo palace which was built by decree of Shah Abbas in the early seventeenth century; the great monarch used to entertain noble visitors and foreign ambassadors, Chehel Sotoon Palace, Gheysariyeh (buying souvenir), and Two famous historical bridges: 33 bridge and Khajoo.
Jameh mosque, Vank Church and museum, Armenian area in Isfahan, Menar Jonban, and Music Museum.
This is the last day of your journey enjoy it the most.
Isfahan - Fly back home
On this day, you leave Iran with a suitcase of sweet memories and experiences. We will miss you and wish you a happy journey.
hotels (14 nts) local home (1 nt)
Approved tourleaders. The aim of the group leader is to take the hassle out of your travels and to help you have the best trip possible.
15 Breakfasts, 14 lunches, 14 Dinners.
This tour offers Vegetarian and Vegan food options on request.
Internal transport such as Air-conditioned bus or Van
Visit historical sites / Visit the pristine nature / Visit local sites / Visit gardens
Arrival and departure airport transfers from/to Airport
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