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Iran Highlights 
Iran Highlights

    Iran Highlights

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    Date : 1 April 2015 To Tour Days :
    Start and End : Iran
    Highlights : Shazdeh Garden, Persepolis, Pasargadae, Eram Garden, Naghsh-e Jahan Square, FIN Garden, Golestan Palace, Niavaran Palace, National Museum, Carpet Museum, Shah Nematollah Vali Shrine, Rayen Citadel, Ganjali Khan Historical Complex, Yazd Old Town, Zoroastrian Temple & Silence Tower, Yazd Friday Mosque, Naghsh-e Rostam, Vakil Bazaar, Hafez Tomb, Pink Mosque, Chehel Sotoun Palace, Vank Cathedral, Boroujerdi’s Residence.
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Iran Highlights

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  • DAY 1 Welcome to Tehran

    Persia Tourism’s tour director welcomes you in Imam Khomeini International Airport.
    After meet and greet, you will be transferred to your hotel.

  • DAY 2 National Museum, Carpet Museum, Niavaran Palace, Bazaar

    Afterward you visit National Museum called “Iran Bastan”, the largest museum in the country with a rich pre- and post-Islam archaeological & art collections.
    Afterward you will be transferred to Grand Bazaar of Tehran, to stroll in the buzziest marketplace of Iran and enjoy the atmosphere.
    In the evening flight to Kerman.
    In the morning you visit Niavaran, one of the palace complexes belong to Kingdom regimes in Iran before Islamic Revolution. Carpet Museum, which showcases some of the most beautiful and world famous fine Hand-weaved Persian Carpets is your next stop.

  • DAY 3 Shazdeh Garden, Shah Nematollah Vali Shrine, Rayen Citadel, Ganjali Khan

    After Breakfast depart to Mahan to visit Shah Nematollah Vali Sufi Shrine, one of the most famous Sufi leaders in Iran, with its green dome, Shazdeh Garden, which is an emerald in the heart of the desert, and Rayen Citadel, a smaller sample of Bam Citadel.
    After that you will be back to Kerman and visit Safavid-era Ganjali Khan Complex with its charming atmosphere and monuments and covered bazaar.

  • DAY 4 Zeinodin Caravanserai, Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Silence Towers

    After breakfast depart to Yazd. Before arriving, visit Zeinodin Caravanserai, from Safavid period, the only round caravanserai in Iran and one of top 5 central Iran historical attraction which is renovated and converted to a historical hotel since 2006.
    Afternoon you will reach Yazd, the capital of Zoroastrians, at the Iran’s central desert’s coast. Directly proceed to the funeral towers of the Zoroastrians called Towers of Silence and also Zoroastrian Fire Temple

  • DAY 5 Yazd Old Town, Friday Mosque, Pasargadae & Cyrus The Great’s Tomb

    After visiting the mentioned sites, you leave Yazd bound for another city called Abarkuh, famous for its Giant Cypress (about 4000 years old).
    Afterward, depart to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pasargadae Palace and the Tomb of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the most powerful Persian Empire.
    Then you continue the road to Shiraz, the city of poets, nightingales & gardens.
    Yazd is an ancient city on the coast of Iran’s Central Desert, with typical local architecture & traditional air-conditioners called “wind tower”. The height of 1,200 meters above sea level, give this city a pleasant weather despite of its location.
    Morning you visit old town quarter beginning with Friday Mosque with “the tallest mosque entrance gate” in Iran. Then stroll in the narrow alleys and visit Roknod-din Mausoleum.

  • DAY 6 Eram Garden, Pink Mosque, Hafez Tomb, Ali-ebn Hamzeh, Vakil Bazaar

    Today you have a full day sightseeing tour in Shiraz as follows:
    - UNESCO World Heritage
    Eram Garden, a nice sample of Persian Gardens and today the botanical museum of Shiraz.
    - Tomb of Hafez, the world famous Iranian poet.
    - Ali Ebn-e Hamzeh magnificent mausoleum, with the dazzling mirror mosaics art.
    - Pink (Nasir-ol Molk) Mosque, famous for its fine and colorful ceramics & windows
    - Covered Vakil Bazaar with colorful handicrafts and antique outlets.

  • DAY 7 Persepolis, Naghsh-e Rostam Necropolis

    After breakfast depart to Isfahan and en route visit one of the most attractive sites in Iran, UNESCO World Heritage Takht-e Jamshid or as Greek historians Herodotus called it, "Persepolis". Visit the imposing ruins of the 2500 years old Achaemenid ceremonial capital, which is burnt and almost destructed by Alexander. Numerous palaces, gates, stairs with reliefs, halls, a treasure house which used to protect the Achaemenid Empire’s legendary treasures are to be seen.
    Not far from Persepolis, you will visit Naqsh-e Rostam, the rock reliefs and some tombs of the Achaemenid and Sassanid’s emperors.
    Afterward continue the way to Isfahan, one of the world’s most beautiful cities, famous as “Nesf-e Jahan” which means “Half of the World”.

  • DAY 8 Vank Cathedral, Naghsh-e Jahan Square, Imam Mosque, Ali Qapu Palace

    The other monument here is Aali Qapu 5 story Palace with a unique decoration, from its wide terrace the Safavid king would observed the Polo matches and other performances in the square.
    Charming Qeysariyeh Bazaar is the last but not the least part that you are going to visit at the square.
    Then you proceed to the picturesque historical bridges, “Khajou” and “Si-o-Se Pol” (33-Arches bridge) with an interesting break in a traditional tea house under the bridge.
    Today be prepared for a perfect day by charming sights you are going to visit. Of course it will be very nice to start with a visit to a Christian cathedral with beautiful wall paintings. Vank Cathedral is just in the heart of the "City of Mosques". If you are not too absorbed to spend all of your time in the main hall, you can also visit the Armenian Museum at the other side of the yard.
    Then you will be guided to Chehel Sotoun (forty columns) Palace. Wonderful is not enough to describe this palace of Safavid Dynasty, especially with its numerous huge and history-telling wall-paintings, through which you can have a rough image of the Safavid era.
    After that is the most brilliant and world famous attraction of the city, or better to say, of the whole country, the UNESCO World Heritage Naghsh-e Jahan Square (Image of the World) which stands with its two spectacular mosques and the palace as well as the Qeysariyeh majestic Covered Bazaar.
    The most glorious monument at this square is Imam Mosque which stands elate for more than 400 years. Also there is another special mosque, called Sheikh Lotfollah or women mosque, which has a unique concept among all other mosques in the country, the only mosque without minaret and yard.

  • DAY 9 Isfahan Friday Mosque, Sufi Shrine, Fin Royal Garden, Boroujerdi’s House

    Before leaving Isfahan to Tehran (420 Km), you will visit UNESCO World Heritage Isfahan Friday Mosque. A live gallery of typical Iranian Islamic architecture and decoration is awaiting you in this mosque as it's developed and expanded throughout the different centuries and during various dynasties.
    En route visit Friday Mosque and Sufi Shrine in Natanz. The mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Iran.
    Then continue the road to Kashan to visit a historical & traditional residence, called Boroujerdis’ Residence with very beautiful and stunning architecture.
    Fin Royal Garden with its historical highlights is another attraction in Kashan. It’s a cool place to rest for a while at the edge of the desert and see the small pavilion at its heart.
    After arrival to Tehran, transfer to hotel.

  • DAY 10 Golestan Palace, Shopping, Home Party, Bound for Home

    Special program for you at the end of your tour is visiting an Iranian Family at their home to talk about their lifestyle and get answer to some of your questions about Iranians today’s life and traditions. At the end we would like to have you in a friendly circle as a Farewell Dinner in a traditional restaurant (Individuals less than 6 persons may have dinner by Iranian family at their home.)
    Before midnight transfer to IKA Airport for flight back to home with a full pack of memorable moments and nice pictures to show to your family and friends. End of Program!
    Oh wait! Just compare the image you have now after this trip and the image before visiting this wonderful land. You have many nice stories to share with your friends and relatives now. We bet!

    Morning visit UNESCO World Heritage Golestan Palace, Tehran’s first royal complex, with some parts dated back to 500 years ago.
    Afterward free time for shopping in modern mall(s) or traditional bazaar(s) as per you preferences.

  • DAY 1 Welcome to Tehran

    Persia Tourism’s tour director welcomes you in Imam Khomeini International Airport.
    After meet and greet, you will be transferred to your hotel.

  • DAY 2 National Museum, Carpet Museum, Niavaran Palace, Bazaar

    Afterward you visit National Museum called “Iran Bastan”, the largest museum in the country with a rich pre- and post-Islam archaeological & art collections.
    Afterward you will be transferred to Grand Bazaar of Tehran, to stroll in the buzziest marketplace of Iran and enjoy the atmosphere.
    In the evening flight to Kerman.
    In the morning you visit Niavaran, one of the palace complexes belong to Kingdom regimes in Iran before Islamic Revolution. Carpet Museum, which showcases some of the most beautiful and world famous fine Hand-weaved Persian Carpets is your next stop.

  • DAY 3 Shazdeh Garden, Shah Nematollah Vali Shrine, Rayen Citadel, Ganjali Khan

    After Breakfast depart to Mahan to visit Shah Nematollah Vali Sufi Shrine, one of the most famous Sufi leaders in Iran, with its green dome, Shazdeh Garden, which is an emerald in the heart of the desert, and Rayen Citadel, a smaller sample of Bam Citadel.
    After that you will be back to Kerman and visit Safavid-era Ganjali Khan Complex with its charming atmosphere and monuments and covered bazaar.

  • DAY 4 Zeinodin Caravanserai, Zoroastrian Fire Temple, Silence Towers

    After breakfast depart to Yazd. Before arriving, visit Zeinodin Caravanserai, from Safavid period, the only round caravanserai in Iran and one of top 5 central Iran historical attraction which is renovated and converted to a historical hotel since 2006.
    Afternoon you will reach Yazd, the capital of Zoroastrians, at the Iran’s central desert’s coast. Directly proceed to the funeral towers of the Zoroastrians called Towers of Silence and also Zoroastrian Fire Temple

  • DAY 5 Yazd Old Town, Friday Mosque, Pasargadae & Cyrus The Great’s Tomb

    After visiting the mentioned sites, you leave Yazd bound for another city called Abarkuh, famous for its Giant Cypress (about 4000 years old).
    Afterward, depart to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pasargadae Palace and the Tomb of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the most powerful Persian Empire.
    Then you continue the road to Shiraz, the city of poets, nightingales & gardens.
    Yazd is an ancient city on the coast of Iran’s Central Desert, with typical local architecture & traditional air-conditioners called “wind tower”. The height of 1,200 meters above sea level, give this city a pleasant weather despite of its location.
    Morning you visit old town quarter beginning with Friday Mosque with “the tallest mosque entrance gate” in Iran. Then stroll in the narrow alleys and visit Roknod-din Mausoleum.

  • DAY 6 Eram Garden, Pink Mosque, Hafez Tomb, Ali-ebn Hamzeh, Vakil Bazaar

    Today you have a full day sightseeing tour in Shiraz as follows:
    - UNESCO World Heritage
    Eram Garden, a nice sample of Persian Gardens and today the botanical museum of Shiraz.
    - Tomb of Hafez, the world famous Iranian poet.
    - Ali Ebn-e Hamzeh magnificent mausoleum, with the dazzling mirror mosaics art.
    - Pink (Nasir-ol Molk) Mosque, famous for its fine and colorful ceramics & windows
    - Covered Vakil Bazaar with colorful handicrafts and antique outlets.

  • DAY 7 Persepolis, Naghsh-e Rostam Necropolis

    After breakfast depart to Isfahan and en route visit one of the most attractive sites in Iran, UNESCO World Heritage Takht-e Jamshid or as Greek historians Herodotus called it, "Persepolis". Visit the imposing ruins of the 2500 years old Achaemenid ceremonial capital, which is burnt and almost destructed by Alexander. Numerous palaces, gates, stairs with reliefs, halls, a treasure house which used to protect the Achaemenid Empire’s legendary treasures are to be seen.
    Not far from Persepolis, you will visit Naqsh-e Rostam, the rock reliefs and some tombs of the Achaemenid and Sassanid’s emperors.
    Afterward continue the way to Isfahan, one of the world’s most beautiful cities, famous as “Nesf-e Jahan” which means “Half of the World”.

  • DAY 8 Vank Cathedral, Naghsh-e Jahan Square, Imam Mosque, Ali Qapu Palace

    The other monument here is Aali Qapu 5 story Palace with a unique decoration, from its wide terrace the Safavid king would observed the Polo matches and other performances in the square.
    Charming Qeysariyeh Bazaar is the last but not the least part that you are going to visit at the square.
    Then you proceed to the picturesque historical bridges, “Khajou” and “Si-o-Se Pol” (33-Arches bridge) with an interesting break in a traditional tea house under the bridge.
    Today be prepared for a perfect day by charming sights you are going to visit. Of course it will be very nice to start with a visit to a Christian cathedral with beautiful wall paintings. Vank Cathedral is just in the heart of the "City of Mosques". If you are not too absorbed to spend all of your time in the main hall, you can also visit the Armenian Museum at the other side of the yard.
    Then you will be guided to Chehel Sotoun (forty columns) Palace. Wonderful is not enough to describe this palace of Safavid Dynasty, especially with its numerous huge and history-telling wall-paintings, through which you can have a rough image of the Safavid era.
    After that is the most brilliant and world famous attraction of the city, or better to say, of the whole country, the UNESCO World Heritage Naghsh-e Jahan Square (Image of the World) which stands with its two spectacular mosques and the palace as well as the Qeysariyeh majestic Covered Bazaar.
    The most glorious monument at this square is Imam Mosque which stands elate for more than 400 years. Also there is another special mosque, called Sheikh Lotfollah or women mosque, which has a unique concept among all other mosques in the country, the only mosque without minaret and yard.

  • DAY 9 Isfahan Friday Mosque, Sufi Shrine, Fin Royal Garden, Boroujerdi’s House

    Before leaving Isfahan to Tehran (420 Km), you will visit UNESCO World Heritage Isfahan Friday Mosque. A live gallery of typical Iranian Islamic architecture and decoration is awaiting you in this mosque as it's developed and expanded throughout the different centuries and during various dynasties.
    En route visit Friday Mosque and Sufi Shrine in Natanz. The mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Iran.
    Then continue the road to Kashan to visit a historical & traditional residence, called Boroujerdis’ Residence with very beautiful and stunning architecture.
    Fin Royal Garden with its historical highlights is another attraction in Kashan. It’s a cool place to rest for a while at the edge of the desert and see the small pavilion at its heart.
    After arrival to Tehran, transfer to hotel.

  • DAY 10 Golestan Palace, Shopping, Home Party, Bound for Home

    Special program for you at the end of your tour is visiting an Iranian Family at their home to talk about their lifestyle and get answer to some of your questions about Iranians today’s life and traditions. At the end we would like to have you in a friendly circle as a Farewell Dinner in a traditional restaurant (Individuals less than 6 persons may have dinner by Iranian family at their home.)
    Before midnight transfer to IKA Airport for flight back to home with a full pack of memorable moments and nice pictures to show to your family and friends. End of Program!
    Oh wait! Just compare the image you have now after this trip and the image before visiting this wonderful land. You have many nice stories to share with your friends and relatives now. We bet!

    Morning visit UNESCO World Heritage Golestan Palace, Tehran’s first royal complex, with some parts dated back to 500 years ago.
    Afterward free time for shopping in modern mall(s) or traditional bazaar(s) as per you preferences.

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Tour Information

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  • Iran Highlights

    Services Included:
    • Application of visa (excluding visa fee)
    • Accommodation in hotels as per itinerary or similar, including daily breakfast
    • All sightseeing mentioned in the itinerary including their applicable entrance fees
    • Transportation with A/C (air conditioned) vehicle as mentioned below
    • English speaking guide(s)
    • Domestic Flight
    • One bottle of drinking or mineral water per day
    • Porter tips at hotels & waiter tips at restaurants

    Services Excluded:
    • International flights
    • Driver & Tour Guide tips
    • Visa fee: Visa fee shall be paid by the passengers to the consular section of Iranian embassy upon receiving their visa sticker. The passengers must indicate the city in which they like to get their visa sticker (where there is an Iranian embassy consular section) upon purchasing the tour.
    • Insurance
    • All personal nature expenses e.g. phone calls, laundry, minibar, gifts, etc.
    • Costs incurred in case of hospitalization or evacuation, etc.
    • Any other service(s) not specified in “Services Included” section of this proposal

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  • 1 April 2015 10
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