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This 14-Day tour through Iran will done as a group tour that every body can join them. You can find several time of departure here and chose one. Although you join to the tour in Tehran, Isfahan or leave the group in Isfahan or Shiraz is packed in the best culture and adventure. This journey is ideal for the traveler who is short on time, but wants to soak up the colors, culture, and history of a country. Visiting many historic monuments from Tehran to Shiraz and also know more about the culture of people.  

 

   

 Itinerary

 

Arrive in Tehran at any time.   

 

Start the excursion from the center of the great capital of Iran, enjoy the Goletan Palace (the UNESCO-listed) and explore Tehran Grand Bazaar a sample of an alive and active Bazaar, after lunch will visit the cultural and architectural heritage of ancient Iran civilization in the National Museum of Iran and end this day with the excursion in the Abgineh Museum of Tehran (the museum of Pottery and glass).

 

Start the excursion with the Mysterious palace of Saadabad in the north of Tehran. After lunch, we will explore Tajrish Bazaar as well as experience the Iranian’s lifestyle. To understand how big is Tehran, visiting the Ab-so-Atash Park and Nature bridge, which is one of the modern symbols of Tehran, help in this aspect. In the following, we will visit Milad Tower the sixth highest telecommunication tower in the world.  

   

Drive to Kashan and explore the Sialk ancient hill, then enjoy walking in the Fin garden (the UNESCO-listed) after visiting the wonderful architecture of Tabatabaei and Borujerdi historical houses enjoy the story of Agha Bozorg mosque and school.       

 

Drive to Isfahan, en route visit the red historical village of Abyaneh and get familiar with the local people’s lifestyle, then continue to Isfahan and transfer to the hotel to rest.     

 

Start exploring the pearl of Persia by visiting the Naqsh-e Jahan Square (the UNESCO-listed). In the following, exploring the four thrilling symbols of Isfahan, including:  Emam (Shah) Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Ali Qapu Palace and Qeysarie Bazaar. After visiting mosques and the palace, enjoy walking in Qeysarie Bazaar. What’s more, you can buy many exquisite handicrafts and sweet as Souvenirs.

 

Start our excursion with Atigh Jame' Mosque of Isfahan (the UNESCO-listed) and explore the magnificent decoration and architecture of this mosque. In the following, you definitely enjoy the Miniature, mosaic work and Fresco paintings of Chehel Sotoun Palace. Visiting the Hasht Behesht Palace, a small residence dates back to Safavid dynasty and surrounded by pleasant gardens and wall paintings which tell the story of this ancient country. In the last step, we will pass the legendary bridges of Isfahan, the Sio Se Pol and Khaju and listen to the song of poem lovers under the bridges.

 

Drive out of Isfahan to visit Menar Jonban (Shaking Minarets) and find out how the 7.5 meter Minarets are shaking with the creativity of their architecture. Back to Isfahan to enjoy the cathedral of Vank in Jolfa district, then visit the modern site of Isfahan, the music museum, which contains the collection of 300 musical instruments of all parts of the world and have a chance to enjoy a live performance.

 

Leave Isfahan to meet Yazd city. En route to Yazd, we will visit Meybod historical city and Narin Castle. In the following, get familiar with the desert inhabitants techniques of making ice. Then, continue the road to Yazd and transfer to hotel to rest.  

  

Start Exploring Yazd by the towers of silence. After that, visiting the fire temple in order to get familiar with the customs of Zoroastrian people. In the following, enjoy visiting other Iranian gardens, Dowlat Abad Garden (the UNESCO-listed). After lunch, go for a walk through the ancient part of the city to visit the Jameh Mosque of Yazd and relax with its blue tiles, then enjoy the old houses and Amir Chakhmagh complex.

 

Drive to Shiraz in the morning. En route to Shiraz, explore the Great Cyrus tomb, Pasargadae (the UNESCO-listed). Then, continue the road to Shiraz and transfer to the hotel to rest.

 

In the morning, drive towards Marvdasht to explore the heritage of the Achaemenid Empire, Persepolis (the UNESCO-listed), Naqsh-e Rostam and Naqsh-e Rajab (Necropolis).

 

To enjoy the rainbow of colors, visit the Nasir-ol-molk Mosque in the morning and take beautiful pink photos. Then, drive towards the center of Shiraz to visit Vakil complex, including: mosque, Bazaar and bathroom to know that how was the customs of taking a shower in the old days in Iran. To enjoy the Mystical space and get familiar with the Iranian famous poets visit Hafez and Saadi tombs.

 

Transfer to the airport and flight back.

 

 

 

If you would like to travel in this group tour and you have not enough time or want to tailor it, we have some offer for you, just tell us how many day you have and you can pick one of these packs:

  1. Tehran, Kashan
  2. Kashan, Isfahan, Yazd
  3. Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz
  4. Kashan, Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz

 

 

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Make it a private tour  

Book this tour as a private departure, with your own tour guide and all the benefits of a HiPersia group tour for any group, big or small even just one traveller (any day you want).

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2018-07-21 | by HiPersia Executive unit
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