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Day 1

Arrive at Tehran IKA Airport where you will be met and taken to your hotel.

Day 1

Golestan Palace, Tehran, Iran

Day 2

Tehran, Arrive Shiraz:

Begin your vacation with a leisurely tour around The Golestan Palace and National Museum, Jewel or Contemporary Art Museum. Then fly to Shiraz, one of the most significant sites of the ancient world.

Day 2

Nasir-ol-molk Mosque, Shiraz, Fars, Iran

Day 3

Shiraz:

Explore Shiraz, a city which is well-known for its Persian poems, roses, cypresses and nightingales. Start your sightseeing at the beautifully decorated Nasir al-Mulk Mosque. Then continue to visit the 19th century Narenjestan Garden (Orangery). In the afternoon visit the peaceful tomb and pavilion of the poets Hafiz and Saadi. Eventually, end your sightseeing in Shiraz’s conventional market the Vakil Bazaar (closed on Fridays) which still retains much of its 18th century character.  Eram Garden (Alternative)
Shia’s Holy Shrines (Alternative)
NOTE: Alternatives can be replaced NOT added.

Day 3

Day 4

Shiraz:

Visit Persepolis one of the world’s most magnificent archaeological sites. The site was the ceremonial capital of the Achemenid kings, featuring the remains of the palaces of Darius the Great, Xerexes and Artaxerxes. The era is brought to life by bas reliefs of kings and courtiers from across the Persian Empire. At Naqsh-e Rustam, you can see four tombs and one building from Achaemenid dynasty with a group of ancient Iranian rock reliefs cut into the cliff from Sassanid dynasty. Continue your trip to the Quran Gate and the Bazaar.

Day 4

Day 5

Shiraz, Arrive Kerman:

Depart Shiraz for Kerman. Your voyage of discovering Iran continues. en route you can visit The Sarvestan, a Sasanid palace which is located 90 km Southeast of Shiraz.

Day 5

Shahzadeh Garden, Mahan, Iran

Day 6

Kerman:

In Kerman, you can immerse yourself in the mysticism of Shazdeh Garden (Prince Garden) and explore the Shah Nematollah Vali Mausoleum in Mahan. In the afternoon stroll through Shahdad Desert.  Rayen Citadel (Alternative)
NOTE: Alternatives can be replaced NOT added.

Day 6

Ganjali Khan Historical Bathhouse, Kerman, iran

Day 7

Kerman, Arrive Yazd:

Explore Kerman in the morning, visit the Ganjalikhan Complex, Kerman’s Jame Mosque, and then walk around the Bazaar. In the afternoon depart for Yazd.

Day 7

Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Yazd, Iran

Day 8

Yazd:

In the morning, you will visit the famous Zoroastrian Towers of Silence. Plus, the marvelous adobe (mud and straw) architecture and the Zoroastrian Fire Temple. Visit the Water Museum and then, immerse yourself in the splendor of Yazd’s Jame Mosque with the highest portal and minarets in Iran, which dates back to the 14th century. Then you can stroll through the old town of Yazd.  The Zurkhaneh (Alternative)
Amir Chakhmaq Square (Alternative)
Iran’s oldest water reservoir with six windtowers (Alternative)
NOTE: Alternatives can be replaced NOT added

Day 8

Historical Part of Bayazeh Village, Bayazeh, Iran

Day 9

Yazd, Arrive Mesr:

Departing from Yazd to Mesr, en route you are going to visit the scenic mountains and a 4,000 year old adobe (mud and straw) village called Kharanaq lying within a green valley which is an absolute treat to the eye, and then Bayaziyeh Village will be visited too.

Day 9

Mesr Desert, Mesr, Isfahan Province, Iran

Day 10

Mesr:

Start your day by strolling through the desert, then enjoy camel riding and safari.

Day 10

Jameh Mosque of Nain, Nain, Isfahan, Iran

Day 11

Mesr, Arrive Isfahan:

Depart Mesr for Isfahan and on the way visit Chupanan and Anarak villages, then visit Na’in’s Jameh Mosque.

Day 11

Khaju Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

Day 12

Isfahan:

The stunning 17th century Isfahan, capital city of Safavid offers you a whole parade of wondrous sights. Isfahan’s Jame Mosque, ancient bridges, the Armenian Quarter with its churches and The Cathedral of Vank. At the end, you can walk around the Grand Bazaar on your own.

Day 12

Imam Mosque, Isfahan, Iran

Day 13

Isfahan:

Isfahan’s moment of glory came in 4 centuries ago, which brings a great deal of unspoiled sites. Starting at the Chehel Sotun Palace, then walking a short distance to an attractive square framed by the Imam Mosque, which is renowned as the supreme perfection of Islamic architecture on one side, and the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque with its colorful detailed tile work ranking among the best in the world on the other. At the end of the day visit Ali Qapu Palace.  Isfahan’s Music Museum (If Enough Time)

Day 13

Jaame Mosque of Natanz, Natanz, Iran

Day 14

Isfahan, Arrive Tehran:

Depart Isfahan for Tehran, on the way you will visit Natanz, a quiet mountain town which was Safavid kings favorite hunting spot. Visit Natanz’s Jame Mosque, which is one of the most magnificent mosques in Iran. In addition, it has carried out decorated portal of 13th century with beautiful blue tiles and Islamic calligraphy. Then visit Abyaneh Village, which goes back to adobe (mud and straw) houses. Next, continue to Kashan, which is supposed to be the epitome of every relevant aspect of Persia. On arrival, visit the city’s lovely Fin Garden. In the late afternoon you will arrive in Tehran.  P.S: Saffron farms in Natanz can be also visited BUT only during October and November.

Day 14

Day 15

Departure Isfahan:

Transfer to Tehran International Airport and check-in for your prearranged flight.

Day 15

The Grand Tour Of Iran

Tehran / Tehran

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