Day 1 (Shiraz)
Arrive at Shiraz International Airport, meet and greet by our representative. Transfer to hotel for check in and rest. Have a half city tour of Shiraz, visiting Eram Garden (UNESCO Site), the most celebrated Persian garden. After that, go to Hafez Mausoleum, the great Iranian poet of 14th-century. In the evening, visit the graceful Quran Gate which is the focal point of Shiraz and Khaju Kermani Tomb, the greatest Sufi mystic and poet from the 14th-century. Overnight in Shiraz. (Hotel)
Day 2 (Shiraz)
Full day city tour of Shiraz, visiting Nasir al- Mulk Mosque (Pink Mosque) which is stunning in the morning because of the dance of colors on Persian carpets. Continue to Naranjestan-e Qavam House which is located in a beautiful garden with a plenty of sour oranges trees (called naranj in Farsi language).
Continue to Zand Complex and visit Vakil Bathhouse, Vakil Mosque and Vakil bazaar. Have a shopping in the bazaar and passage from Persian carpet shops to Saray-e Moshir. Then, visit Karimkhan Citadel which was government seat during Zand dynasty. At night, go to the holy shrine of Shah-e Cheraq which is the mausoleum of Ali Ibn-e Musa, the brother of Imam Reza (Shiite's eighth Imam). Overnight in Shiraz. (Hotel)
Day 3 (Shiraz- Marvdasht- Sa'adat Shahr- Isfahan)
After breakfast, drive towards Isfahan (485 km). En route in Marvdasht County (52 km) visit Persepolis (UNESCO Site), the homeland of Persians during Achaemenid Empire. Continue to Necropolis (Naqsh-e Rostam) which is a burial place of four Achaemenid sovereigns, located in 10 km of Persepolis. Then, go to Sa'adat Shahr County (70 km) and visit Pasargadae (UNESCO site). Overnight in Isfahan. (Hotel)
Day 4 (Isfahan)
After breakfast, go to the UNESCO square of Naqsh-e Jahan (Meidan-e Imam), the world's second largest square. The square is surrounded by Imam and Sheikh Lotfollah Mosques which are two masterpieces of Safavid architecture, Ali Qapu Palace and Qeysarieh Bazaar (leisure time for shopping some souvenirs such as inlaid work engravings, woodwork, filigree work, Persian carpets and miniatures).
In the late afternoon, have pleasant walking to reach Vank Cathedral. Then, continue walking across Zayande Roud (River) and visit the historical and famous bridges of Isfahan, Sio-Se Pol (33 bridges) and Khaju. Overnight in Isfahan. (Hotel)
Day 5 (Isfahan- Tehran)
In the morning, visit Jame Mosque (UNESCO Site) and the most interesting building in Isfahan, Menar Jonban which shaking one minaret, not only the other moves but also the structure itself shakes. Then, drive towards Tehran (450 km). Overnight in Tehran. (Hotel)
Day 6 (Tehran)
Have a full day city tour of Tehran, visiting the UNESCO site of Golestan Palace which is the one of the oldest groups of Tehran's buildings. Continue to Iran National Museum and Jewels Museum (open on Saturday to Tuesday, 14-16 pm) which is a collection of precious jewels.
After lunch, visit Carpet Museum, the main source of carpet weaving in Iran for art lovers and researchers. Then, go to Milad Tower which has a great view of the city at night. Overnight in Tehran. (Hotel)
Day 7 (End of the Tour)
Hotel checkout and transfer to Imam Khomeini Airport (IKA) for departure flight.
ü6 night accommodation
üAir conditioned transport
üProfessional tour guide and driver
üIran medical insurance
üAll cost of the guide and driver (insurance, food, accommodation, fuel, parking charge, toll, etc)
This tour is available all around the year.
*** This tour can be extended to other cities of Iran according to your request.