Nadia parvaz’s tour director welcomes you at Imam Khomeini International Airport.
Transfer to Tehran to visit (WHS) Golestan Palace, the first royal building in Tehran.
The next tour program is Azadi Tower, the old symbol of Tehran, capital city. It is one of the landmarks of Tehran.
the next, continuing the road to Isfahan, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, the other name of the city is “Nesf-e Jahan” which means “Half of the World”.
Day 2: ISFAHAN
Be ready for a perfect day by nice sights to visit in Isfahan. The tour will be started with a visit to Vank Cathedral with beautiful wall paintings in the heart of the “City of Mosques”. You can have another chance inside, Armenian Museum inside the yard.
Isfahan Jameh Mosque is a gallery of typical “Iranian Islamic-era” architecture and decoration ,as a (WHS). As it has been developed and expanded throughout the different centuries and during various dynasties.
The Next will be Chehel Sotoun Palace. Wonderful palace of Safavid Dynasty, with numerous huge and history-telling wall-paintings, which tells you the most important political event of the history of safavid dynasty.
The next stop is another city attraction of the city, or we can say , of the whole country, the UNESCO World Heritage Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Image of the World). two spectacular mosques and the king palace as well as the Qeysariyeh beautiful Isfahan Covered Bazaar.
The most beautiful and historic monument at this square is Abbasi Mosque which backs for more than 400 years.
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque with a different mosque concept among all other historical mosques in Iran, the only mosque without minaret and yard.
The other monument is Aali Qapu Palace . Safavid king would observe the Polo matches and other performances in the square from its wide terrace.
The other unique part of the square is Qeysariyeh Bazaar, the last part we are going to visit at the square.
Then Khajou and “Sio-Se Pol” (33-Arches Bridge) .
Day 3: PASARGAD-SHIRAZ
Morning after breakfast we leave Isfahan for Shiraz with some world famous sites to visit en route.
Next is the (WHS) site of Pasargadae Palace & Tomb of Cyrus the Great.
Next, At the city entrance, you will have a short stop at Quran Gate
Day 4: SHIRAZ-PERSEPOLIS-NAQSHE ROSTAM
Nasir-ol Molk (Pink) Mosque, with colorful ceramics & windows
(WHS) Eram Garden, as a beautiful Persian Garden and it is also a botanical garden in Shiraz.
After 40 minutes far from the city we have a very important site of the UNESCO World Heritage, it is called Takht-e Jamshid or as Greek historians called it, “Persepolis“. 2500-year-old Achaemenid ceremonial capital
Different palaces, gates, stairs with reliefs, halls will be visited.
Next stop which is not far from Persepolise is Naqsh-e Rostam or Necropolis, the rock reliefs and some tombs of the Achaemenid emperors.
After arriving in Shiraz, we will visit Vakil Bazaar with colorful handicrafts and antique outlets.
Day 5: DEPARTURE
Early morning (or midnight) transfer to Shiraz Airport for the flight back home.
Application of visa (excluding visa fee)
Accommodation in hotels or local house as per itinerary or similar, including daily breakfast
The prices are based on 4 and 3 star hotels
All sightseeing mentioned in the itinerary including their applicable entrance fees
Transportation with A/C
English speaking guide and other main languages.
Porter tips at hotels & waiter tips at restaurants
Driver & Tour Guide tips
Note: Visa fee must 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.
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
Note1.Hotels can be changed based on clients’ request or unavailability. Rates may change according to room categories/hotels changes.
Note 2: Above mentioned durations are based on Iranian calendar.
Note 3: Working days in Iran are Saturday – Wednesday. Thursdays are half day however many offices are closed on Thursdays.