Shiraz, Yazd, Naeen, Isfahan, Abyaneh, Kashan, Tehran

Day 1.

Arriving at Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKIA). Reception by Memorable Tour representative.Transfer to Hotel and rest.After breakfast, we will visit Golestan Palace, the oldest of Tehran’s historical monuments, the former royal palace of the Qajar dynasty and the Iranian National Museum, Iran’s largest history and archeology museum. Pais. Lunch at a restaurant. In the afternoon, visit the Jewelry Museum with an impressive collection of jewels and gems. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 2.

After breakfast, Full day visit to the Iranian capital. We started with Niavaran Palace, which was originally a guesthouse for government visitors, and eventually was the Shah of Persia’s summer residence. The latter, Reza Pahlavi, along with his family, spent much of their time here until the beginning of the Iranian Revolution. Lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, we stroll along Tajrish Square with the Imam Zadeh Saleh Mosque, along with its bazaar, and end at sunset on top of the 435-meter Milad Tower, one of the tallest in the world, to a different place. City perspective. Dinner in restaurant and accommodation.

Day 3.

Após o pequeno almoço, começamos as visitas pela cidade, visita ao complexo Zand (cidadela Karimkhan, banho Vakil, mesquita, moshir Baazar e Saraye)
Após o almoço no restaurante clássico, visitaremos o Jardim de Eram (Patrimônio da UNESCO), o túmulo de Sa´adi e Hafez (Hafez é um dos grandes poetas que impressionou a todos com sua maestria. Seus poemas nos dão um sentimento especial e a paz em sua vida. Sa’adi é um poeta, filósofo e místico que é conhecido como o pai do turismo.) E o jardim de Jahan Nama.

Day 4.

After breakfast, Day entirely dedicated to Isfahan. We start by visiting Imam Square, also known as Naqsh-e Jahan Square, before the 1979 Revolution. Built between 1598 and 1629, it is one of the largest in the world, a place of great historical importance and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also in this square we will visit Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and Ali Qapu Palace. Lunch at a restaurant. In the afternoon, visit the old bazaar, where we will have free time. Dinner. At night, a pedestrian walk to experience Iranian life, especially on the lighted bridges over the Zayandeh River. Accommodation.

Day 5.

After breakfast in the morning, visit the Chehel Sotun Palace, known as the 40 Column Palace and the Vank Cathedral. The church was built by deported Armenians in the 15th century and is a mix of eastern and western religious architecture. There is also a library with over 700 manuscript books in Armenian and other languages. Lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, visit the oldest part of this charming city. We will also visit the great Jame Mosque, the largest congregational mosque in Isfahan City. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 6.

After breakfast, departure to Naein. Visit the Jame Mosque, one of Iran’s oldest mosques, and the Ethnographic Museum. Continue to Yazd, deserted city with a unique architecture. Visit to the Zoroastrian Fire Temple and Dowlat Abad Garden. Zoroastrianism considers the dead impure and impure. As such, to prevent pollution of the earth and fire, the bodies of the dead were placed on top of the Tower of Silence, exposed to the sun and vultures for decay. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 7.

After breakfast, visit Amir Chakhmagh complex, one of Yazd’s main attractions, with the beautiful Jame Mosque, with its symmetrical arches, in front of a public area with gardens and fountains. Visit to the typical old bazaar. Lunch at a restaurant. Continue the trip and visit the Abarkouh Oaks and the 4000 year old ancient cypress. We continue towards Shiraz with a visit to Pasargadae, founded by King Cyrus in the 17th century. VI BC, as the seat of government and the place where the famous Persian king is buried. Arrival to Shiraz city and accommodation.

Day 8.

After breakfast, departure to visit Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire and a true historical treasure. We will visit the remains of the former Persian capital, whose ruins are in excellent condition. We continue to visit Naqhshe Rostam, an archaeological site, which was the first holy site of the Elamites, where the tombs are carved and excavated in the mountain itself. Return to Shiraz. Some free time to rest or shop at the bazaar. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 9.

Shiraz is the capital of Fars province, also known as the city of poets, flowers, literature and gardens. In the morning, visit the Shah Cheraq mausoleum, one of Iran’s main pilgrimage centers; to Nasirol Molk Mosque, with its beautiful façade, domes, beautiful stained glass windows and colorful coverings and Kharim Khan Castle. Lunch at a restaurant. In the afternoon, visit the tombs of the poets Sadi, Hafez and the Eram Botanical Garden. Dinner at the restaurant. Airport shuttle.