After breakfast visit Golestan palace, Jewelery Museum , The busy Bazar and Tabiat Bridge in the afternoon, O/N
Day 03.Tehran Shiraz
After breakfast fly to Shiraz, and transfer to Hotel O/N hotel
Full day city tour of Shiraz to visit some of the famous gardens of this city of “roses and nightingales”, including the Eram Garden, the tomb of Iran’s greatest lyric poets, Hafez ; the pink tiled 19th-century Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, the Arg-e-Karim Khan (18th-century citadel), the Madrassa Khan (Theological School), to have interaction with teachers and, the Vakil Bazaar of Shiraz (Bazaar is closed on Fridays), and the Holy Shrine of Shah-e-Cheragh (not open to non-Moslems and can only be seen from outside); overnight stay at hotel
Day 04 Shiraz -Perspolise-Naghshe Rostam-Shiraz
In the morning drive to Persepolis, 70 KMs away from the city, Persepolis is the last and ultimate expression of the ancient Middle East. Nearly 2500 years ago, construction for its magnificent structure was begun by Darius the Great with the intent to make it the focus of the mighty Achemenian Empire. Our tour will also include the Naqsh-e-Rustam where hewn out of a cliff rest the tombs believed to be of Darius I and II, Atraxerxes and Xerxes I. after lunch continue to Zeinodin Craavnsaray, O/N Hotel
Day 05: Shiraz-Zeinoldin-
After breakfast, depart to Zeinoldin(60 Kms to Yazd City) to stay in desert and to enjoy the calm atmosphere of desert in a very local place.O/N
Day 06: Zeinoldin-Yazd
In the morning check out and drive to Yazd to Start the tour of Yazd., the magnificent Masjed-e Jameh and Amir-Chakhmaq Mosques. We continue to the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence and the Fire Temple (where fire worship is still practiced) O/N Hotel.
Day 07. Yazd Isfahan
Yazd/Esfahan (Drive 195miles / 316kms) After breakfast we depart on a beautiful drive to Esfahan. Esfahan was a vibrant trade center, and its glorious Islamic architecture and beautiful gardens captured the hearts of many with the saying: “Esfahan is half the World”. .O/N hotel
Day 08- Isfahan
Full day tour of the beautiful city of Isfahan, the 17th century capital of the Safavids, referred to as Nesf-e-Jahan (Half of the World) in Safavid sources, to visit the famous bridges of Shahrestan/Khajou/Sio-se-pol, the Armenian Quarter with several churches, including the important Cathedral of Vank; in the afternoon visit one of the world’s grandest squares, the Maidan-e-Naghsh-e-Jahan, with several sites (the Ali-Qapu Palace with its enchanting music rooms and balcony overlooking the Maidan, from where the Safavid Kings watched polo games, and two of Islamic world’s greatest mosques – the Sheikh Lotfollah and the Imam – with magnificent architecture and tilework), finishing with a visit to the Qeisarieh Bazaar with hundreds of shops displaying the arts and handicrafts for which Isfahan is world-famous (Bazaar is closed on Fridays); overnight stay at hotel.
Day 09. Isfahan
Visit Hasht Behesht , Chehel Sotoun, and the most beautiful and famous Isfahan bridges and Vank Catedral
Day 10: Isfahan-Kashan-Tehran
In the morning after check out Drive to Kashan After lunch visit Tabatabaie Houses and Khan-e Borujerdi, built as a private residence, now a charming museum with a lovely courtyard in Kashan. We then take in the famous Fin Garden and witness its breathtaking pools, orchards and natural springs. Next we visit Agha Bozorg Mosque famous for its lovely portals and minarets continue our way to Tehran , Overnight: Hotel, Tehran (1 night)
Day 11: departure
Transfer to the airport and fly back home
Per Person on Twin Sharing: 2250 USD
Per person in Single Room : 2580 USD
Min People in this Tour: 02
Accommodation in DBL occupancy with breakfast,
Transfer in private vehicle in each city,
English Speaking Tour Guide,
Entrance fees to the monuments mentioned above.
Mineral water and refreshments,
Iran Visa approval,
one Domestic flight
Lunch and dinner, Visa fee, monuments entrance fee out of the program, items which are not mentioned above.