Persia Tours | Tour of Persia
Tehran > Shiraz > Yazd > Isfahan > Kashan
The Persian Empire is the name given to a series of dynasties centered in modern-day Iran that spanned several centuries—from the sixth century B.C. to the twentieth century A.D.
Day 1: Arrival-Tehran
Welcome to the country of culture, literature, and art. Your private driver accompanied by your professional guide is going to say welcome on behalf of all Iranians. You will be transferred from your luxury sedan to the hotel. For the first night, you will stay in Tehran.
Day 2: Tehran
After a nice and delicious breakfast at the hotel, your driver is waiting to pick you up and take you to see north of Tehran that is the most famous part for its buildings and cars. You will see Golestan Palace and National Museum of Iran after an unforgettable lunch in a lovely traditional restaurant
Day 3: Tehran-Shiraz
In the morning you're going to be driven to the Airport and will fly to Shiraz. You will be in a city of easy-going people, great poems, beautiful gardens, and fruits. Shiraz is the center of Fars province which is the central province of Iran in agriculture. A lot of vineyards are around and within this city made this city famous for its red wine before the revolution. Today you will see the Vakil complex including Bazaar, Bathhouse, and Mosque. Nasirolmolk Mosque is also visited today, where you will change your idea about colors. You are surrounded by different colors there and feel you are flying over a big rainbow. After visiting these sights, you will eat your lunch at a traditional luxury restaurant. In the afternoon, you will have a walking time in the old part of the city and then will see Hafez and Saadi tombs. Iranians believe Hafez's poems can tell them what is going to happen for them in the future. That is why they first focus on their wish, close their eyes, and open Hafez's book randomly and try to find a connection between the meaning of that poem and their wish. You too, do it. It is fun and believe that it replies. Overnight Shiraz.
Day 4: Shiraz-Persepolis-Yazd
Another day in Iran to see the country of surprises. Today, you will go on your trip to the city of Zoroastrians. On your way to Yazd, you will see Persepolis, the most famous ancient sight of Iran dating back to 2500 years ago. You will be amazed by its great powerful contracture. Huge walls, great gates, vast gardens and halls, all show how powerful this dynasty has been. Cyrus the Great was the founder of the Achaemenid dynasty who talked about human rights first in the world. Cyrus's charter of human rights cylinder is translated into 7 different languages. After lunch in a restaurant near this site, you will be driven to Yazd. Overnight Yazd.
Day 5: Yazd-Esfahan
Today, the Zoroastrian city is welcoming you. The city of friendly people, old contractures, delicious sweets and great Qanats. As this city is a desert city, people in past had to conserve water and keep it eatable and clean. That is why they made many Qanat, where they could keep water, in Yazd. Today, after your breakfast, you will see: Fire Temple, Ganat, and then walking through the old part of the city to see Jame Mosque. After eating your lunch, you will see the Amirchakhmaq complex. Then you will be driven to a cap desert near the city to watch the sunset and observe stars at night, you can also ride the camels and motorcycles. After drinking some tea and taking a rest in the silence of the desert night, you will be back in the city. Overnight Yazd.
Day 6: Esfahan
Early in the morning, your private car and driver accompanied by your guide is waiting for you to take you to Esfahan, which is also known as Half of the World by Iranians. After eating lunch, you will start visiting the city. Emam Square is waiting for you to take you somewhere you have not been before. This great square is the second largest square in the world. You can see nice Mosques and Aliqapou, you can also see Chehel Soton palace. In Bazaar, time flies and you just notice that it is night and salesmen are leaving. At night, you will see nice bridges of Siosepol and Khajou. The bulbs are on and they reflect light in the river. People are coming and going and families are enjoying their time together. After some relaxing time by the river, you will be back at the hotel.
Day 7: Esfahan
Another day in Esfahan to see other sights like Pigeon house where you can feed the pigeon with seeds, they come around you and fly over your head. Jame Mosque is another beautiful mosque in Esfahan to see Muslims praying and worshiping their God. Vank Cathedral, on the other hand, is a place you can get familiar with the Christian era in a Muslim city. Beautiful stories of great prophets are shown in colorful pictures on the wall. You will hear the explanation of each picture by the narrator. In the Christian neighborhood of Jolfa, you walk through nice streets and see different shopping centers which sell handicrafts like bracelets, necklaces, bags, shoes, and other handmade goods. After a nice lunch, you will go on your tour by visiting Birds Garden and Music museum. In the music museum, you are able to listen to and see traditional instruments. You can get familiar with the names and sounds or whatever you would like to learn. Another night at the hotel in Esfahan.
Day 8: Esfahan- Kashan
Early in the morning, you start another day trip to Kashan. This beautiful and old city is famous especially because of its great courtier called Amir Kabir. You will see Fin Garden and Bathhouse where Amir Kabir was committed. You can also see Boroujerdi House. At night you will stay in this city.
Day 9: Kashan-Tehran
In the morning, you will be driven to Tehran to get ready for your flight back to your country. 3 hours before your departure, your private driver and guide will accompany you to the airport. You know that on this trip you just saw a small part of Iran so for your second trip to Iran, we are able to show you some other unseen sights and cities.