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tripDetailed Itinerary

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Arrival in Tehran - Transfer to the hotel

d1In the afternoon, visit the famous Golestan Palace recalling the last years of monarchy in Iran

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d2In the morning, walk through centuries of civilization starting from prehistoric aera to the more recent post Islamic period in the Iran Archeological museum. Visit the Iranian treasury; items from years of monarchy at Jewelry Museum, alternatively gaze at the original art of Persian carpets in the Carpet museum.

Walk through the busiest bazaar in Iran; Tehran grand bazaar. Fly to Kish and be transferred to the hotel.

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Fly to Kish

d22Go sightseeing around the Island and see a very different picture of Iran. Late at night, go to the beach for some cycling around the Island

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Kish Island

d23Walk at the beach and relax, enjoy water sports at Kish beach. Visit some modern and old malls. Have dinner at a very special restaurant with live music and spend some time late at night at the beach.

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Parsian - Firuzabad

D25Use a cruise boat to travel to a small port. Then drive to either Parsian or Taheri beach and have lunch. In the afternoon, drive to FiroozAbad to the south of Shiraz to see the Sassanid Palace and drop in on Nomads. Spend some time with them and enjoy their nomadic and amazing life style in 21st century which takes you back to the past. Stay overnight in Shiraz.

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Bishabour ancient city

d24Drive to the ancient city of Bishabour dating back to the Sassanid’s era, visit Sassanid fire temple and see the eye-catching reliefs of Sasanid kings in Tang-e-Chowgan

In the afternoon visit Vakil complex including the bazaar, vakil mosque with special tile work, spend an hour in the quiet corner of an old Caravansary (Sareye Moshir) which has changed into an antique shopping center.  Have some thirst-quenching ethnic dessert from Shiraz.

Get amazed at Nasirolmolk mosque with a unique mixture of Islamic and European art – Go to Naranjestan, a house of an affluent and noble family built about 200 years ago with some carvings replicas of Persepolis and watch the interior beautiful architecture.

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d5In the afternoon, visit the tomb of the most inspiring Persian poet of all time, Hafez Shirazi. Walk through the garden and step up the flight of stairs to see the wonderful canopy over the grave. Get amazed at the wonderful architecture with mystic interpretations and recite some poems of Hafez in the divine atmosphere.

Visit one of the holiest Shiite Shrines and get amazed at the dome and the interior glasswork, which becomes particularly shiny and twinkling at nights.

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Persepolis -Yazd

d4Early in the morning, get ready to see the most grandeur remaining structure of Achaemenian Empire. Stop at the city’s northern entrance to see the famous Quran Gate en route to Persepolis, and then drive some 45 km towards Persepolis.

After spending some hours in spectacular palaces of the 2500 year-old Persepolis, drive a few kilometers further to Necropolis (Naghsh e Rostam) where you can see the tomb chambers of Achaemenian Emperors dug into the mountain and the carvings of the Sassanid’s dynasty depicting their victories over Romans as well as a 5000 year old Ilomite carving.

Continue driving to Yazd. Overnight in Yazd

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d14Visit the most important and still working Zoroastrian fire temple. Later go to visit silence tower of Zoroastrians a few kilometers in the city suburbs where the special burial ceremony was performed by Zoroastrians.

In the afternoon, visit the Masjed Jame of Yazd which has some unique and splendid features. Visit Yazd wind towers, a sort of air-conditioning system well fit for the desert. Next visit Amir Chakhmagh complex and the water museum of Yazd and get acquainted with the old water pipe system.

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d9In the morning, visit Isfahan’s famous Imam or the Royal Square which is a registered world heritage. The amazing Alighapoo, the picturesque Imam mosque with unique tile work and the azurous Sheikh lotf alllah will take you to Safavid era, and make you motionless gazing at the beauties of Islamic architecture. At the corner of the square you can enter the Qeysariye bazaar and do some window shopping, looking at a variety of handicrafts.

In the afternoon enjoy the world famous bridges of Isfahan particularly Si-o-se-pol and Khajoo. Sit beside the river and sip some tea.

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d19In the morning visit the Armenian quarter called Jolfa where a large number of Christians have settled for years, then go to gaze at their marvelous Vank Church which reminds you of old churches in Europe. Later, visit another masterpiece of Safavid art, Chehel Sotoon palace with eye-catching miniature paintings and then move on to visit a unique shaking structure in the world, Menar Jonban or shaking minarets.


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Kashan - Abyaneh

d20Drive to Kashan in the morning to see the famous Fin garden and bath with deceiving sculptures. Enjoy the spectacular Tabatabee house. Walk through Kashan to smell the scent of flowers and watch the flower nectars production in spring (Kashan is particularly famous for this)

Drive to the ancient village of Abyaneh. Take a walk through the this ancient village, see the people and buildings integrating the pre-Islamic customs, dresses and language with that of Islamic period, which makes it particularly amazing even for Iranians. Drive back to Tehran

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