Arrival at Imam Khomeini International airport in Tehran and be welcomed by Iranmagictravel representative. After a short rest at your hotel, a half day city tour is recommended to visit Iran National Museum. It is not only the country’s largest museum of history and archaeology but also is categorized as one of the few most eminent museums of the world according to its vastness, diversity and, quality of the exhibited artifacts. O/N in Tehran.
An excursion to visit Golestan Palace in the heart of old Tehran. This palace has an impressive archive of Iranian photography recorded by Nasereddin Shah. Then, we’ll go for a leisurely short stroll in the Grand Bazaar, the bustling hub of commercial activity. In the afternoon, head to Saad Abad Complex with an area of more than 110 hectares, there lays Sa’ad Abad complex at the foot of the Alborz, north of Tehran. Next, visit the Carpet museum of Iran. A selection of delicate, priceless Iranian carpets from 9th century AH has been exhibited there. O/N in Tehran.
Drive to Kashan. This delightful oasis city on the edge of the Dasht-e Kavir gets our vote as one of the most appealing destinations in Iran offering a covered bazaar, a cluster of architecturally significant 19th-century houses and excellent accommodation options. Visit marvelous Fin Garden (registered world heritage site by UNESCO in 2011), Broujerdi ha House, ancient Sialk hills and Agha Bozorg mosque and seminary. O/N in Kashan.
Spend an enjoyable time in enchanting Abyaneh village. Then, take a brief glance at Jame mosque and Zoroastrian fire temple in Ardestan. There is also the Moon Qanat, an ancient double-tier aqueduct, employing a system of underground wells and canals. Moving on to Nain to visit Narin castle, Nain Jame mosque and, museum (depending on the season, we can also schedule a desert tour). O/N in Aghda.
(Depending on the season, we can also schedule a desert tour). Drive to Yazd, the forest of Badgirs, mud-brick old town which blossomed out of the heart of desert’. Visit ‘Chak Chak’ Zoroastrian Temple located in Meybod, en route. After all, we have still time to get amazed by towers of Silence. O/N in Yazd.
Visit the breathtaking construction and a must-see Complex, Amirchakhmagh, one of the most remarkable squares of Iran situated in the center of Yazd. It contains bazaar, mosque, Tekye (a place for holding religious rituals), bath and a watering place. ‘Water museum’ a visit to this museum will answer all the questions about ancient Persia water system surrounding Qanat, an elaborate tunnel system used to extract groundwater. Take great pleasure in resting in the picturesque Dolat Abad Garden. O/N in Yazd.
Drive to Shiraz. Take a rest in Abarkooh, the ancient town located on the path of the world-renowned Silk Road. To take a glance at Aghazadeh House, minarets, ice pits of ancient Persia, over 4000-year-old cypress. Before getting to Shiraz, we’ll make a detour to get drowned in a stunned silence looking at Pasargadae, the first dynastic capital of the Achaemenid Empire .O/N in Shiraz.
Become captivated by the outstanding monumental Vakil Complex (Bazaar, Mosque, and Bath), Nasirolmolk Mosque. Ponder on the breathtaking tombs of Hafez and Saadi. Eram and Narenjestan Gardens. O/N in Shiraz.
Next morning we are on our way to Isfahan. En route, take advantage of many landscapes such as prodigious Persepolis, Naghsh-e-Rostam and Izad khast castle, Kolah Farangi mansion, caravansary, Sarafian Bazaar, Palace of Goor Bahram, and Sassanid dam ‘the first arch dam in the world’. O/N in Isfahan.
A full day excursion in Isfahan to Royal Square, one of the most popular registered world heritage sites which includes: Sheikh Lotfollah, Jame’e Mosques, and Aliqapou. Next, explore the astonishing Chehelsotoon palace. In the afternoon, take a walk aside awe-inspiring Sio-se-Pol and Khajoo Bridges that you shouldn’t miss to cross in your lifetime.O/N in Isfahan.
Have a wonderful opportunity to rub elbows with Isfahan people in handicraft workshops. Get ready to be involved in the process of handicraft production from the early bases and get familiar with the variety of Persian handicrafts. Then it’s time to visit the magnificent Friday Mosque which is considered as a museum of a thousand year of Persian religious architecture and is truly one of the world’s greatest mosques. now, we will explore Jolfa Armenian quarter on foot and Vank cathedral, Finally, we won’t miss visiting local musical instruments in the music museum. O/N in Isfahan.
Departure from Isfahan international airport.