7 (7 days,6 nights)
Аccommodation in three or four-star hotel
Sightseeing tours (Tehran, Shiraz, Persepolis,Yazd and Isfahan)
The price is for one person, with accommodation in a double room
All transfers, guide with knowledge of foreign language, accommodation in the hotel, all breakfasts,domestic air flight Tehran-Shiraz.
A sightseeing tour of the capital of Iran will begin with a visit to the majestic Golestan palace complex and the carpet museum, where you can see carpets from different regions of Iran. After lunch – visit the palace complex of Saadabad, where Shah Reza Pahlavi and his son, Mohammed Reza Shah lived. The palace complex consists of more than a dozen palaces. The most beautiful palace is the Green Palace, whose facade is decorated with green stones, and the rooms – with mirrors. In the evening departure to Shiraz.
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The city tour that Yesenin mentioned in his works begins with visiting the Zandia complex (fortresses, the big Vakil mosque, Vakil bazaar) and the Nasir-ol-Molk mosque, which stands out for its design. After lunch, visit the Persian Garden of Eram, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the mausoleum of the great Persian poet Hafez. The tour ends with a visit to the Shah Cherag mosque, decorated with a mirror tile.
In the morning, after breakfast, departure to Yazd (441 km, 5 h 13 min). On the way to Persepolis, visit the Qur’an Gate, from which you can see almost all of Shiraz. Persepolis, which is undoubtedly one of the most impressive places in Iran, having significant dimensions and monumental ruins, was the capital of the Achaemenid empire. The city was built on a huge terrace, half artificial, half natural. After visiting Persepolis, drive to Nagshe-Rostam, a place famous for the huge tombs of Persian kings and rocky terrains. In the evening arrival to Yazd.
In the morning, after breakfast, walk along the old city with its narrow streets, in which time seemed to stop. Visiting the Friday Mosque with the two highest minarets looking up in Iran; a museum of water in which it is possible to look at mock-ups of underground channels for water, by means of which water got into city reservoirs; garden Dovlat Abad with the biggest city Badjiri; Zoroastrian fire temple, storing a 1500-year-old fire; the towers of Silence – the towers of death and the square of Amir Chakmak.
After breakfast drive to Isfahan (313 km, 3 hours and 45 minutes). On the way visit the caravan-sarai Abbasi, which served for rest of travelers in ancient times in Maybod; the pigeon of a tower of cylindrical form with a ribbed molding inside, in which pigeons were bred to use their litter as a fertilizer of the surrounding fields; ruins of the fortress Narin, built more than 2000 years ago. In Naines visit the main attraction of the city – Friday Mosque, one of the oldest in Iran. In the evening, walk along the historic bridges in Isfahan.
In the morning, after breakfast, start the tour around the city. It begins with one of the largest squares in the world Nakhsh-e Jahan, along the perimeter of which the mosques of Imam and Lotfalla, the Ali Kapu Palace and the bazaar are located. Continue to inspect the huge mosque of the Imam, the decoration of which has taken half a million mosaic tiles; an unusual mosque of Lotfolla, built without a minaret and courtyard; six-story palace Ali Kapu, designed to receive ambassadors of foreign powers; Bazaar, where you can buy original Iranian handicrafts. In the evening, relax in one of the city chaikhana and walk along the ancient bridges.
During the excursion, visit the Wank Cathedral, located in the Armenian quarter of Jolf, the architecture of which is a mixture of Christian and Muslim styles. Next – Djuma Mosque, built in the architectural style of four aivans, in which the four gates are opposite each other, and the palace Chehel Sotun, located in a shady garden. The mosque can be regarded as a wonderful museum of Islamic periods in Iran due to the different architectural styles from 1400 to the last century.