Short tour of Iran (3 to 6 Days) - Let's Go Iran Tour Agency
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A short trip through the three major touristic cities of Iran to catch a glimpse of the beauty of the country. You can fly between the cities with lots of daily flights, also great quality private cars, trains, and buses available.

Tehran >  plane Shiraz car Isfahan

Day 1: Tehran
Arrival in Tehran, transfer to hotel. Based on your arrival time city tour of Tehran to visit Golestan Palace and the Grand Bazaar of Tehran, and fly to Shiraz in the evening. Overnight Shiraz.

Day 2: Shiraz
Tour of Shiraz to visit Nasiralmolk mosque, Narenjestan Garden, Vakil complex: mosque, Bathhouse, citadel, Bazaar. In the afternoon visit Hafez and Saadi's tomb. Overnight Shiraz.

Optional
Sepidan (+1 day): Drive to Sepidan. Visit the various gardens. Also, you can see Nomadic life with their cattle, sheep, goat, etc. leaving for the surrounding springs and waterfall and enjoying a light trek through the mountain. An interesting part is that there are several villages in this green area, which will be passed during our adventure through this forest to become familiar with their local customs and traditions Eat lunch in rural houses. Overnight Sepidan.

Day 3 : Persepolis - Esfahan
In the morning drive to Isfahan. In route visit Persepolis, Necropolis. At night visit the Siosepol and Kahju bridges. Overnight Isfahan.

Optional
Abyaneh: It’s a historical village where women wear colorful and flourishing clothes with white scarves. The whole village looks red because of the soil’s color people use to construct their houses​

Day 4: Isfahan - Tehran
Half-day tour of Isfahan to visit Imam Square consists of Imam Mosque, Sheikhlotfollah mosque, A'liqapu palace, and Bazaar. In the afternoon around 3 pm, you will be driven to Tehran. Overnight Tehran.

Day 5: Tehran
Transfer to Tehran Intl. airport for your return flight.

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