Persian Tour Classic

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Witness reminders of the rich history and vibrant traditions of Persian Empire from the remains of King Darius’s Palace at Persepolis to the Zoroastrian ” Tower of Silence” in Yazd. This Iran Tour highlights some of the finest ancient architecture found anywhere in the world. 

1 Day: Arrival - Tehran

Upon you arrive, our guide is waiting for you to greeting and transfer to your hotel, O/N Tehran

2 Day: Tehran City Tour

Today we have full city tour in Tehran as Capital and metropolis of Iran; Tehran’s attractions lie with its museums, galleries with their large and varied collections of ancient artefacts, antiquities and art collections spanning the eras, we will visit Golestan Palace (UNESCO Site); a masterpiece of the Qajar era, embodying the successful integration of earlier crafts and architecture with Western influences, beside National museum and Milad And Azadi towers; if time permitted we can visit Tehran grand Bazzar, O/N Tehran

3 Day: Kashan – Isfahan

Early morning, after breakfast, drive to Kashan as a beauty and historical city and visit Fin Garden; designed for Shah Abbas I in the 16 century, this delightful garden with its symmetrical proportions, old cedars, spring-fed pools and fountains is renowned as being the very epitome of the Persian garden, Broujerdi house; made distinctive by its six-sided, domed Badgirs, the house boasts frescoes painted by Kamal al-Molk, the foremost Iranian artist of the time, and Sultan Amir Ahmad Bath; this 500 years old bath is superb example of Iranian Bathhouse, then continued to Isfahan, O/N Isfahan

4 Day: Isfahan Excursion

Isfahan; Its profusion of tree-lined boulevards, Persian gardens and important Islamic buildings gives it a visual appeal unmatched by any other Iranian city,Today we have exploring Naghsh-e Jahan square as a UNESCO Heritage Site and the second large square in the world, beside Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, the elegant Emam Mosque; with its iconic blue-tiled mosaics and its perfect proportions, Ali qapu Palace; this six-story palace, served as a monumental gateway to the royal places that lay in the parklands beyond, and the fascinating Qeisariye Bazzar, after some rest; you can visit Bridges ( sio-se Pol & Khajo), O/N Isfahan

5 Day: Isfahan City Tour

Our Isfahan excursion tour continued by visiting Chehel Setoun Palace; Built as a pleasure pavilion and reception hall, using the Achaemenid-inspired talar (columnar porch) style, Vank Cathedral; a masterpiece and integration of Islamic and Armenian architecture and art, Jame Mosque; a veritable museum of Islamic architecture while still functioning as a busy place of worship. Showcasing the best that nine centuries of artistic and religious endeavor has achieved, from the geometric elegance of the Seljuks to the more florid refinements of the Safavid era, O/N Isfahan

6 Day: Naein – Meybod – Yazd

Early morning we head to Yazd, en route we will visit Naein and its Jame Mosque and Narin Castle; the oldest foundations suggest some kind of settlement was built here as early as 4000 BC and Caravanserai; 300-year-old building served as a way station on postal routes. Fiberglass horses and mannequins illustrate the various functions of this letter exchange, and there’s a museum of stamps and old telephones and typewriters, in Meybod, O/N Yazd

7 Day: Yazd City Tour

The desert and well-preserved mud brick old town, sign in UNESCO as History City, where we will visit Amir Chakhmaq Complex; a prominent structure in the Yazd, the rows of perfectly proportioned sunken alcoves are at their best and most photogenic in late afternoon, Water Museum, Jame Mosque (UNESCO Site), Silence Towers and Zoroastrian Fire temple; this elegant neoclassical building, reflected in an oval pool in the garden courtyard, houses a flame that is said to have been burning since about AD 470, O/N Yazd

8 Day: Pasargadae – Persepolis

Early morning we head to Shiraz, en route we will visit Pasargadae; the first dynastic capital city, founded by Darius great II in the 6th century B.C, and Persepolis; founded by Darius I in 518 B.C, capital of Achaemenid Empire and Necropolis; a large, designed cemetery with elaborate tomb monuments, O/N Shiraz

9 Day: Shiraz Excursion

Shiraz, the heartland of Persian culture for over 2000 years, it was one of the most important cities in the medieval Islamic world and was the Iranian capital during the Zand dynasty (AD 1747–79), when many of its most beautiful buildings were built or restored. Today we will visit Pink mosque; the most elegant and photographic places in Iran, build in 19th century and colored tiling is exquisite, Narenjestan Garden, Zand Complex (Citadel, Bath, Mosque and Bazaar), O/N Shiraz

10 Day: Departure Day

After check out, we will visit Eram Garden; it is a unique and gorgeous garden in Iran that inscribe on UNESCO Site, Tomb of Hafez; Hafiz is one of the most famous Gnostics and poets of Iran, who was born in Shiraz in 726 AH and passed away 65 years later, The mausoleum itself is located in a lovely garden, and has an atmosphere of peace and calm that is quite unique, after that flight to Tehran, transfer to Ika to go home.

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