• Journey To Persia
    2 روز Tehran | 2 روز Kashan | 2 روز Yazd | 2 روز Kerman | 3 روز Shiraz | 3 روز Isfahan | 1 روز Natanz

Journey To Persia
Journey To Persia
15 days from 05 may, 2019 Air Trip


15 nights of accommodation

قیمت تور از
IRR 0 + $ 2100
کد تور 4075

مسئول پاسخگو: Simin Nekouei
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Journey To Persia
2 روز Tehran 2 روز Kashan 2 روز Yazd 2 روز Kerman 3 روز Shiraz 3 روز Isfahan 1 روز Natanz

15 nights of accommodation
Group Trip 15 روزه از 5/5/2019 الی 5/19/2019
( 15 روز و 14 شب ) Air Trip

Visiting Iran
مجری تور Parvaz Noghrei Travel Agency

Standard Grade

تعداد وعده‌های غذایی:
14 mels for fifteen days
شهر مبدا:
Tehran ، Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport
تعداد روز مرخصی:
You need 15 free days for this trip.
حرکت ساعت:
afternoon ( Our guide is waiting to greet and transfer you to the hotel check in. )
وسیله نقلیه محلی:
Tourist Vehicle
درجه سختی:
نقشه مسیر سفر

قیمت تور از
IRR 0 + $ 2100

برنامه سفر Journey To Persia

Day 1 : Those on the group flights arrive very early this morning (or late the previous night) and will be transferred to the hotel. Land only passengers should arrive at the hotel this morning though we do recommend arriving the night before if not on the group flights (this night is included).Tehran is a sprawling metropolis buzzing with people. It is the economic heart of Iran and a modern city with museums, cafes and restaurants.We head out into Tehran and visit the Archaeological Museum with its collections of pottery, bronze and valuable pieces from various ages ranging from millenniums BCE to the Islamic era. We also visit the Abguineh Glass and Ceramics Museum, a valuable collection of pre-Islamic, Islamic and European glass and ceramics displayed within an elegant early-20th Century mansion.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 2 : We see more of Tehran today with full day visits including the Golestan Palace Museum Complex, built by Fath-Ali Shah of the Qajar Dynasty and dating from the 18th to the early 20th century. We continue to the Shams-ol-Emareh (Sun) Palace and the Ethnographic Museum, with a walk around the garden to enjoy the beautiful tile-covered walls and buildings. In the afternoon, we visit the fabulous State’s Jewels Museum, housed in the vaults of the Central Bank of Iran displaying the most dazzling and priceless collection of jewels and gems in the world..

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 3 : As we leave the hustle and bustle of the Iranian capital behind, we make our way through the desert to Kashan. This oasis town was a favourite of Shah Abbas who was buried here. Visit the historical garden of Fin which was first planted during the Safavid period and kept alive with water from the nearby Sulaimanieh Spring. This beautiful garden was expanded by the Zand and Qajar monarchs, with many open pavilions added. In Kashan, there are also fine examples of grand 19th Century merchant residences and we will have the chance to visit one these.We continue on to Abyaneh, a small village hidden away in the Karkas Mountains and an Iranian Cultural Heritage Site. The village was originally settled by Zoroastrians fleeing the Arab invasion of Persia and is very traditional with winding alleys of red-mud brick houses adorned with lattice woodwork and balconies.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 4 : After touring Abyaneh, we drive to Yazd. En route, we stop in the town of Na’in to visit the early Islamic period Friday Mosque and the Pirnia House /Ethnographic Museum, a beautiful example of a late Safavid period private house with delicate monochrome painted plaster decoration. We continue to the nearby village of Mohammadiye to see the traditional pit workshops weaving the camel cloaks worn by the Muslem clergy in Iran, before finally arriving in Yazd.

Brekfast are up to us.
We enjoy a full day sightseeing in historic Yazd, the centre for Iran’s small Zoroastrian community. Visit one of the two Zoroastrian abandoned Towers of Silence (Dakhma). Dating back to the 18th Century, until some 70-odd years ago the bodies of the dead were carried and left here to decompose and be devoured by birds. The next Zoroastrian site is the Fire Temple which houses a flame which is said to have been burning for over 1,500 years. Amongst Yazd’s Islamic sites are the Friday Mosque (1324AD) which boasts the highest portal and minarets in Iran and the Mirchachmagh Maidan and Mosque. Other notable monuments, found in the old Fahadan area of Yazd, are the Saljuk shrine, dedicated to the Twelve Shi’ite Imams; and Ziaieyeh Theological School, also known as Znedan-e-Eskander (Alexander’s Prison).

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 6 : Leaving Yazd, our first stop is the troglodyte village of Maymand. Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site, villagers still live in cave dwellings today. We explore the village and visit some of these cave dwellings which have been transformed as show-houses. As the caves are strewn along a slope with rubble, make sure to wear walking shoes or trainers with grip. We continue to the desert trading city of Kerman with its blend of Persian and Baluchi people

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 7 : We head towards the village of Rayan to visit the Arg (Citadel) of Rayan, a miniature version of the Bam Citadel which was destroyed by an earthquake in 2003. Arg-e-Rayan has all the typical architectural features of a desert citadel with ramparts, towers, covered lanes and spectacular views of the nearby Mt. Hezar, snowcapped for most of the year.Retruning towards Kerman, we stop in the small town of Mahan to visit the blue-tiled Mausoleum of Shah Nematollah-e-Vali, the great 14th century Sufli Leader, and the Shahzadeh Garden (a late 19th century Qajar period house and garden).Back in Kerman we visit the Friday Mosque, the Ganj-Ali Khan Complex and Hammam which has been converted into an Ethnographic Museum.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 8 : Today is the longest travel day. This is mitigated, however, by the stunning scenery as we cross over the Zagros Mountains and into Iran’s fertile Fars region to the city of gardens and poets which is Shiraz. On the way, we visit the remains of the Sassanian Palace at Sarvestan, a fifth century building thought to be a hunting lodge built by Bahram V (9 hrs plus stops).

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 9 : Shiraz, the city of ‘roses and nightingales’ is the centre of Persian culture, known for its poets, gardens and, at one time, wine which was produced in the fertile valley the city is located in. We spend the day exploring Shiraz’s main sites, visiting the expansive Eram Garden; the tomb of Iran’s greatest lyric poet: Hafez, a popular spot for local lovers, the pink tiled 19th century Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque with its coloured glass windows, the Arg-e-Karim Khan (an 18th century citadel; the Madrassa Khan where we can interact with students and teachers, the Qajar-period Narenjestan Garden and House, the Vakil Bazaar and the Holy Shrine of Shah-e-Cheragh.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 10 : We spend today exploring the heritage of the Achaemenid dynasty in Persepolis and the royal tombs of Naghsh-e-Rostam. Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid kings with remains of the palaces of Darius the Great, Xerxes and Artaxerxes, is famous for its bas-reliefs depicting kings, courtiers and gift-bearing representatives of tributary nations of the Persian Empire ranging from India to Ethiopia.We then visit nearby Naghsh-e-Rostam to see Ka’be-Zardosht (a fire temple) and the royal tombs dug into the rock itself.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 11 : We head to Iran’s greatest city, Isfahan. En route we visit Pasargadae, the site of the simple, but impressive tomb and remains of the palaces of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Persian Empire.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 11 : We head to Iran’s greatest city, Isfahan. En route we visit Pasargadae, the site of the simple, but impressive tomb and remains of the palaces of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Persian Empire.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 12 : Isfahan nesf-e jahan, 'Isfahan is half the world', the magnificent capital of Shah Abbas I, architecturally, is one of the most important cities of the world. At its centre is the Maidan-e Imam (Imam Square), one of the finest city squares in the world containing the immense tiled Imam Mosque, Ali Ghapu's Palace and the mosque of Sheikh Lotfollah. The Bazaar Qaisarieh, or Imperial Bazaar, is a labyrinth of domed alleyways, filled with carpets, textiles, sweets and spices, metal work, tile-makers, jewellers and bright clothes which stretches from Imam Square all the way to the 10th century Friday Mosque in the north. It was among bazaars such as these that the revolution of 1978 took root.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 13 : We will also visit Vank Cathedral within the Armenian sector, Jolfa, as well as the Chehel Sotun (Forty Columns) Palace and the smaller Hasht Behesht Pavilion. Isfahan is a rarity among Iranian cities in that a river, the Zayandeh, passes through it. This contributes to the pleasant climate of the city whilst its bridges, particularly the Si o Se Pol (the Bridge of Thirty-three Arches), and the Khaju Bridge, provide the perfect setting to spend the evening soaking up the atmosphere. We finish with a visit to the Qeisarieh Bazaar with hundreds of shops displaying the arts and handicrafts for which Isfahan is world famous.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 14 : We drive to Tehran, and en-route stop at the charming desert town of Natanz to visit the beautiful Islamic Complex of Mosque, Monastery and Tomb of Sheikh Abdol-Samad Isfahani. We have a tea-break under the shade of a 500-year old plain tree. Our last night is spent in a hotel by the airport ready for the early flights.

Brekfast are up to us.
Day 15 : The tour ends after breakfast. From the Hotel Ibis, it is a short walk to the departure terminal via the sky bridge - please make your own way there to catch your flight. If you have booked post tour accommodation in Tehran Proper you will have to change hotels.

Brekfast are up to us.

شرایط و مقررات مهم

Announced programs are removable due to weather conditions and other environmental or technical factors.
Please read carefully the travel plan, tour services and supplemental information carefully and For any ambiguity, get information from the Parvaz Noghrei Office.
For your convenience and traveling companions, travel with a bag or travel bag to a maximum of 20 kilograms.
By approaching the date of the move, there is a possibility to increase the ticket price by the airline Therefore, we suggest that you take tickets as soon as possible in case of definite travel. Tickets can be bought by Silver Flight Partners, or you are personally buy tickets.
The hotels of this tour are booked in the above table However, in the event of any unwanted change in hotels, a hotel of another grade or higher will be booked in advance of the previous hotel.
According to the travel conditions, we do not include passengers who are less than 6 years old.
The third bed in the hotels is travel bed or folding sofa, which is temporarily laid out in the two-bed room.
The Parvaz Noghrei just support announced patrols Visiting the rest of the attractions of travel is with travelers.
If you do not attend the trip The Consignment fines will be received in accordance with the terms and conditions stipulated in the written agreement between the passengers and the Parvaz Noghrei. Click here to study the contract.
Responsibility to control the credibility(At least 6 months from the date of arrival in the destination country ) of the passport and Issues of banning departure are the responsibility of the passengers.
The cost of additional charges on international flights and domestic flights is charged to the passenger Please check the amount of your load allowed when registering.
Having yellow fever vaccination certificate is mandatory for all travelers. For this purpose, visit the Vaccine Centers or Pasteur Institute at least 10 days before traveling.
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خدمات تور Journey To Persia

Airport Transfers (welcome and lunch)
Procured patrols + Payments for incomes
Saman travel insurance up to 50,000 euros
Tourist Visa
Supervised Teams
Farsi Guide to Traveling Tours
14 وعده صبحانه

جزئیات بیشتر

2 Day Tehran, 2 Day Kashan, 2 Day Yazd, 2 Day Kerman, 3 Day Shiraz, 3 Day Isfahan, 1 Day Natanz, 15 nights of accommodation, Trip 15 Days From 1398/2/15 To 1398/2/29 ( 15 Day and 14 Night)

لوازم ضروری

Medicines and Personal Belongings
لوازم پیشنهادی سفر

Sunscreen Cream
Thermos of Water
Neck Pillow
مدارک مورد نیاز

Passports with 6 months validity

بازدید از مکان های

  • Visiting Iran's spectacular attractions