Arrival in Tehran.Begin your Iran Classic Tour!Welcome to Tehran! On arrival at Imam Khomeini airport, after receiving your luggage, you will go out of the gates. Your Tour Guide from Iranviva Group will be waiting outside the customs area to welcome you, take you to your hotel and accompany you on this exciting journey. At the hotel, you will get some rest and prepare to start this exhilarating tour.
We will start today by flying to Ahvaz.Due to its archaeological sites, Ahvaz is one of the main destinations for tourists wishing to explore the Elamite civilization.Among the places waiting for you in this city are the ruins of the Elamite city of Kabnak (Hafttapeh) and Darius the Great Palace in Apadana.
After breakfast, we will drive to the ancient castle in Shushtar, which is about 100 km far from the city of Ahvaz.What will excite you in Shushtar is seeing one of the world's first hydraulic systems.On the third day, you will also visit Chogha Zanbil.Chogha Zanbil is the best-preserved ziggurats (pyramidal stepped temple tower) in the world. This ziggurat was built in 1250 BC with mud and brick by the Elamites.
After visiting Ahwaz it is time to visit the city of Shiraz.On your way to the new destination, we will have a stop at the city of Bishapur. This city, left from the Sassanian period, is the first Persian city with both vertical and horizontal streets.After you stop and rest in this city, you will continue your way towards Fars province and the city of Shiraz.On your arrival in the city of Shiraz, you can spend your time relaxing or sightseeing in this beautiful city.
Shiraz is known as the city of poetry and literature, thanks to the great Iranian poets such as Hafez and Saadi, who were born in this city.Shiraz is one of the places that well represent the Iranian culture and civilization and is one of the main destinations for tourists interested in culture and civilization.Shiraz is popular not only in terms of poetry and literature but also in terms of culture and history, due to the Achaemenid Empire and Zand dynasty.Among the places where Iranviva Group has planned for you to visit in the city of Shiraz are:Hafez and Saadi Tombs, Persepolis, Arg of Karim Khan (Karim Khan Citadel) and Nasir-ol-molk Mosque, and the Persian gardens, including Eram Garden.
On the sixth day of tour, you, with your tour guide from Iranviva Group, will go to one of the largest and most important historical sites of this land, Persepolis.On the fourth day of this Iran tour, you will visit Persepolis and Necropolis (Naghshe Rostam) in Shiraz.After breakfast, we take you to the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenids. Persepolis, as one of the main historical sites in Iran, shows the highly improved architecture and the civilization that existed in Iran before Christ. Visiting Persepolis and Naghshe Rostam will last until evening and then you will be driven back to Shiraz.After visiting Persepolis, we will return to Shiraz to take a tour around the city, in bazaar and other tourist sites of the city.
In the morning, we will leave Shiraz toward the city of Kerman.
On the way, we will have a visit to Neyriz Jameh Mosque. This Mosque used to be a fire temple and the place of worship for Zoroastrians and it has changed into a mosque since the Islamic period.Among the places you will visit today is Sarvestan Palace.
Iranviva Group has designed a very interesting plan for you today.Today, we will visit both the tomb of the great Persian Sufi, called Shah Nimatullah Wali, and the Shazdeh Garden (Prince Garden).This historical garden is one of the perfect examples of Persian garden planned in a rectangular shape. What will amaze you more and more is all this greenery and the streams running across the garden in the heart of the desert!We are not done yet with the plan today! The next place we are going to visit is the Rayen Castle which is one of the most beautiful places in this country that will astonish you.
Iranviva Group will guide you to Ganjali Khan Complex that belongs to Safavid era. The complex includes a school, a square, a caravanserai, a bathhouse, an Ab Anbar, a mint, a mosque and a bazaar. We will choose some of the very attractive buildings in the complex for you to visit.After lunch we will leave the city of Kerman and drive to the city of Yazd.On the way from Kerman to Yazd, we will have a visit to Zein-o-din Caravanserai. This caravanserai dates back to 400 years ago and still welcomes the people who like to experience the joy of staying at this caravanserai.
You will spend the tenth day of your exciting journey in Yazd. The city of Yazd was listed as one of the world's heritages by UNESCO in 2017.Yazd is an attractive and lovely tourist destination for different reasons.One of the reasons that make the city attractive for tourists is that this city is the heart of the Zoroastrian religion in Iran.Yazd also enjoys an interesting and unique architecture that attracts visitors from around the world.There are many qanats (subterranean canal systems) in Yazd that represents the technology used centuries ago in this city.Among the places that you will visit today will be Amir Chakhmaq Complex, Jameh Mosque of Yazd, Yazd Atash Behram.
Today, Iranviva Group is planning to take you outside the city of Yazd, to the village of Kharānaq, dating back to more than 4,000 years ago. Then we will visit Chak Chak, one of the holiest sites of Zoroastrians.
Early in the morning, we will drive to Isfahan, and on the way, we will visit the city of Meybod. Among the places we will visit in Meybod are the caravanserais and the Pigeon Tower.When we arrive in Isfahan, we will visit Khaju Bridge and we will spend a few hours by the bridge. Khaju Bridge dates back to over 370 years ago, to the Safavid era.
Today we will visit one of the UNESCO heritage sites, Naqsh-e Jahan Square.Naqsh-e Jahan Square is also known as the second largest square in the world. Some of the well-known historical monuments of Isfahan are located in this square, including Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Jameh mosque, Imam Mosque, Ali Qapu palace, Bazaar, and so on.This square, dating back to over 400 years ago, is one of the heritages left from the Safavid era. The architecture of the Safavid era can be well seen in this very square.After Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Iranviva Group will guide you to Si-o-se-pol, one of the bridges over the Zayanderud River. This 300-meter-long bridge is the longest bridge over the river. The other place we have planned for you to visit today is Chehel Sotoun Palace.
Visiting Vank Cathedral and Abbasi Caravanserai are the last places you will visit on the last day of your trip in Isfahan.Vank Cathedral is one of the most beautiful places in Isfahan and one of the most beautiful churches, due to the combination of art and architecture of the mosques in the East and art and architecture of the churches in the West. Both Islamic architecture and Western architecture are used in this church.Visiting these places will last until noon and then in the evening you can either visit the other places of interest in this city, or just stay at the hotel and relax. We strongly recommend you strolling along Zayanderud River
Today in the morning, after breakfast, we will drive to Tehran, the capital of Iran.On the way from Isfahan to Tehran, we will have a half-day visit to Kashan.Kashan is very well-known for Fin Garden and its beautiful historic houses, some of which dating back more than 400 years ago.Fin Garden is one of the oldest Persian Gardens. There are some streams running throughout the garden which create a relaxing atmosphere in the garden.After visiting these places you will visit and stroll in the traditional bazaars in Kashan.Visiting Kashan ends with having lunch, and then we will drive to Tehran.You can finish your day by exploring Tehran.
You will have breakfast at the hotel and you will prepare for an exciting tour around the city of Tehran.Your destination will be Tehran downtown and bazaar.Iranviva group has chosen this area due to their tourist attractions.Among the attractions you will visit today are: the Golestan Palace, the National Museum, Tehran traditional bazaar, Tehran traditional neighborhoods.
Your exciting trip to Iran comes to an end here and it is time to return home with wonderful memories.This trip will be one of the most beautiful, most exciting and most memorable trips in your life.But remember that you have only visited a small part of the beauty of this land and we look forward to seeing you again and showing you the other beauties of it.
In this article we are going to talk to those tourists that are interested in gardens and flowers.
We have interesting plans for you.
Visiting from Historical Gardens, the peak of art in the hands of Iranian artists
Artists who established very beautiful buildings by their hands and without necessary facilities and developed very beautiful gardens by their hard attempts and today, passing centuries, we can enjoy these colors and amazing perfume of gardens to refresh our soul and spend some hours among all this colors and energies away from everyday worries.
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First destination tour of Shiraz is Jahan-Nama Garden, Visiting Takht Garden, Chehel-Tan Garden, Delgosha Garden in Shiraz, Afif-abad Garden, Narenjestan-e-qavam Garden, Ilkhani Garden and Eram Garden in Shiraz.
Yazd, New Jameh Mosque
Having visited Amir Chakhmaq Square, you can go to the spectacular Amir Chakhmaq Mosque, also known as the New Jameh Mosque, and the Dahouk Mosque.
The Iranian architectural masterpiece can be seen in every corner of this mosque. The front door of the mosque, with a piece of Iranian calligraphy art, opens to the square.Read more about the followings in this article:
The History behind the Name ‘Yazd’, A short look at the history of Yazd city, Amir Chakhmaq Square, New Jameh Mosque, Dahouk Mosque, Continue to Amir Chakhmaq Square, Bazaar in the City of Windcatchers, Water reservoirs (āb anbār) of Yazd, Amir Chakhmaq Āb Ānbār, Giv Āb Ānbār, Six Windcatcher Āb Ānbār (Shish Badgiri), Yazd Water Museum
Isfahan, the capital of islamic art and culture
The city was known as Apadana, Asfahan, Asbahan in the past. Isfahan, the third most populous city in Iran, is a memorial from the brilliant era of the Sassanid architecture.
The Sassanids established the first religious government in which the Zoroastrian priests played a prominent role. For this reason, many fire temples were constructed throughout Iran, including the city of Isfahan
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Jay Bridge, Gaz Caravanserai, Rahrovan Minaret, Menar-Jomban (The Shaking Minarets), Qeysarie bazaar, Honar Gold Bazaar, Abbasi Hotel, Chehel Sotoon palace, Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Ali Qapu mansion, Shah Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
Tehran grand bazaar
Tehran Bazaar is one of the most attractive parts of the city of Tehran, the capital city of Persia. When walking and exploring the Tehran bazaar, we can see many tourists from all over the world visiting this traditional and beautiful bazaar.
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A brief history of Tehran Bazaar, Starting the Tehran Grand Bazaar Tour, Passing through the Hazrati Bazaar, Seyed Ismail bazaar, known as the Vendors’ Market, Seyed Ismail bazaar history, Continue to Chehel-Tan bazaar, Passing through the big Chahar-Soogh (Chahar-Sough), Ahangaran Bazaar, Shah Mosque, Beauties of the Shah Mosque
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- Provide equipment for climbing, canyoning, climbing, caving, etc.
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- Accommodation fees after the end of the packages
- Special clothes fees (for adventure sports)
- Special equipment and clothes are available
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- Walking shoes
* All tours are available on the opposite route without any increase in the price.
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