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Romance of Persia Tour -15 days

Nasir ol molk mosque

Enjoy traveling to Iran with fantastic and unforgettable tours with any budget from economic to luxury. Iran cultural tours, religious tours, Iran nomad tours and adventures in the wild nature.

Iran with its four-season (the four seasons existing at the same time in different parts of the country) nature, 2500 years of history, wilderness, warm and hospitable people welcomes you!
Any city of Iran you choose for visiting will bring you a journey full of historical and unique attractions, local cuisine, buildings with magnificent architecture that has led to perfect memories for the tourists from the visiting countries.

Day 1:Tehran
Arrival at Imam International Airport. Greeting by our guide and transfer to hotel , after some rest you will have a full day city tour of Tehran to visit Golestan Palace that is both a historic site and museum. It is a complex that consists of 17 palaces, museums, and Halls and it is worth to spend a few hours to visit it’s luxuriously decorated rooms, nice and big dining area and ballroom and well landscaped Gardens and fountains. After lunch you will visit the Archaeological museum or national museum of Iran that represents you many different periods of Iran‘s rich history, Glass and Carpet Museums . O/N Tehran.

Day 2 :Tehran-Shiraz
After breakfast you will be transferred to Mehrabad airport for flight to Shiraz and check in to hotel, you will spend a full day tour at one of the oldest cities of ancient Persia. Shiraz has many historic and cultural sites and you will visit the Arg of Karim Khan, Pars Museum, Vakil Bath, Vakil Mosque, the Moshir Caravanserai and the Vakil Bazaar, the oldest Bazaar in Shiraz. After lunch you will continue your tour by seeing the Jahan Nama Garden, Quran Gate and the Ali ebne Hamze Shrine, where the tiny glittering mirrors covering the entire interior will leave you breathless. You will also visit the tombs of Hafez and Saadi. It is a moving experience to be in these beautiful gardens, joining other visitors in reading poems over the graves of two of Iran’s most famous poets. O/N Shiraz.

Day 3:Shiraz
In the morning you will explore the ruined columns of Persepolis, visit the impressive and imposing tombs of Naghsh-e-Rostam and see Naghsh-e-Rajab, a group of four bas reliefs carved in the side of a cliff.After lunch you will See Pasargadae, the capital of Ancient Persia, built by Cyrus the Great. One of the most revered rulers of the Persian Empire, Cyrus is buried at Pasargadae in a simple but impressive tomb. These are must see sites not only for history buffs but also for anyone who wants to know more about the history of Iran. After visiting these historic places you will drive back to Shiraz. O/N Shiraz.

Day 4 :Shiraz-Kerman
In the morning and after breakfast you will be transferred to Kerman. your lunch will be served en route at one of the top restaurant. Besides Kerman, the spots near Kerman like Mahan, Rayen and Shahdad have enough interesting attractions to dazzle your eyes and challenge your mind .O/N Kerman.

Day 5:Kerman

Excursion to Mahan (35 Km southeast of Kerman) known Sufi dervish of Iran Shah NematollahVali (dates from the early 15th century) and the impressive residential edifice of the last Qajari Princes, Shazdeh’s Garden (Prince’s Garden, dates from 1850). Shazdeh’s Garden was registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in the list of Persian Gardens in 2011
After lunch you will drive to Rayen (111km southeast of Kerman) to visit the ancient mud-brick Citadel of Rayen. ArgeRayen displays all the architectural elements of a deserted citadel. It is very well preserved, despite numerous natural disasters that have destroyed similar mud-brick structures nearby like the huge Arge Bam. O/N Kerman.

Day 6:Kerman
Excursion to Shahdad to visit the enormous “sand castles” shapes, called Kaluts of Shahdad, 145 km-long and 80 km-wide stretch of desert dominated by long lines of unbelievably high sand structures. Your lunch will be served there in Shahdad . O/N Kerman .

Day 7:Kerman- Zeinoddin
Transfer to Zeinoddin, staying in the 400 years old Caravanserai built on the orders of Shah Abbas the Great in the 17th century. It is located 60km south of Yazd in a vast desert plain. It is well renovated and the accommodation style is almost restored to its original state. You will eat lunch there .O/N Zeinoddin.

Day 8:Zeinoddin-Yazd
Transfer to Yazd. Check in to hotel , After lunch you will have a half day city tour to visit Dowlat abad garden (registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site ), tower of silence and Fire temple . O/N Yazd.

Day 9:Yazd
After breakfast you will have a full day city tour in Yazd. Visiting Old City, Jame Mosque, Amir Chakhmaq’s Square, after lunch you will visit Water Museum then going to see an interesting Iranian ancient sport show in Zurkhaneh. Zurkhane means ‘house of strength’ this show dates back to hundreds of years ago. There you will see a combination of Iranian ancient and Islamic civilization and culture .O/N Yazd.

Day10:Yazd-Meybod-Isfahan
Early in the morning and after breakfast you will drive to Isfahan. En- route you will visit Meybod to see the beautiful Savafid Caravanserai and the Post Museum and to see how Iranians were able to survive in the heat of the desert by Ice Storage buildings and Water Reservoirs. After check in and lunch you will Walk along Zayande Rood river and watching the impressive Sio-se-pol and Khaju Bridge, built in the 17th century by the Safavid Kings in Isfahan. Walking and talking with locals and enjoying the amazing social atmosphere of Isfahan with local people around the historical bridges of Isfahan.O/N Isfahan.

Day 11:Isfahan
Full day city tour in Isfahan will be started after a traditional breakfast. You will visit imam square (registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site ), include Shah Abbas’ Mosque, Sheikh Lotf allah mosque, Ali Qapu Palace and after lunch you will continue your tour by visiting the Traditional Bazaar of Isfahan. Visiting Chehel-Sotun (40 Columns) Palace (registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site ) . O/N Isfahan.

Day 12:Isfahan
After breakfast you will have another full day city tour in Isfahan to visit Visiting the vank cathedral in the Armenian quarter of Isfahan in Jolfa(Built between 1606 and 1655 with the help of the Safavid Kings) visit the vank cathedral Museum . After lunch you will visit Jame Mosque which is the biggest historical mosque in Iran and registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2012. O/N Isfahan.

Day 13:Isfahan-Abyaneh-Kashan
After breakfast you will drive to Kashan , En route you will visit the wonderful Abyaneh Village . your lunch will be served there , you will visit Fin Garden in Kashan(registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site) .O/N Kashan.

Day 14:Kashan-Tehran
Full day city tour in Kashan will be started after a traditional breakfast by visiting Iran’s largest houses built in the 18th century in Kashan, which have more than 40 rooms and 200 doors!!! Visiting Borujerdiha House, Tabatabaeeha and Abbasiha House.after lunch you will visit Agha Bozorg Mosque and Kashan Traditional Bazaar and then you will drive to Tehran. O/N Tehran.

Day 15:Tehran-Departure flight
After breakfast you will drive to international airport for departure flight.

 

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Hotels:

Tehran: Asareh(3*), Enghelab(4*), Esteghlal(5*)(2 Nights)

Shiraz: Arg(3*), Park sa’adi(4*), Zandiyeh(5*)(2 Nights)

Kerman: Govashir(3*), Pars(5*)(3 Nights)

Zeinoddin: Zeinoddin caravansary(1 Night)

Yazd: Labe khandaq(3*), Dad(4*), Safaiyeh(5*)(2 Nights)

Isfahan: Setareh(3*), Ali ghapoo(4*), Abbasi(5*)(3 Nights)

Kashan: Negin(3*), Mahin sara(4*), Ameriha house(5*)(1 Night)

 

All seasons have their own attractions. Thanks to such a diverse geography, you can have all kinds of climates in any season in Iran. In general, spring and autumn are the best time to visit Iran even if the weather may be a little uncertain with short lapses into either the cold of winter or the heat of summer. More accurate is mid-April to early June, and late September to early November. Also you can also relive the charming atmosphere in the Persian Gulf islands during January and February. These are called the high seasons of tourism. In other months of the year, in some areas, there will be very hot or very cold for those who aren’t familiar with such extreme weather conditions.

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