This is a cultural journey to the great vernacular historical parts of one of the oldest civilizations in the world. We will begin our educational adventure from Shiraz to visit great tourist attractions such as Narenjestan Garden, Nasir ol Mulk Mosque, tomb of Hafez, Vakil Bazaar and Mosque, and Holy shrine of Shah Cheragh. Heading towards Yazd, the adobe and mud brick city, en route we will visit Achaemenid Darius’s capital, Persepolis, one of the greatest architectural wonders of the ancient world, Naghshe Rostam Necropolis, and
Pasargadae, UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Yazd, we will go to the most important Zoroastrian ﬁre temple, towers of silence, Bagh-e Dowlatabad (UNESCO WHS), Jame mosque and Yazd Bazaar. If time permits en route we will visit Pirnia House. Then, we move towards Isfahan to visit Naqsh-e Jahan Square, one of the largest squares in the world surrounded by three of the most magniﬁcent mosques, Ali Qapu Palace, and the traditional Bazaar. After visiting breathtaking mosques and palaces, and strolling along old bridges such as Siosepol and Pole Khajou, we will move toward Matinabad eco-resort, the only one in Iran, to spend a starry night in the heart of desert and experience camel riding. Then, we will drive to the red clay village of Abyaneh.
Our next visit is Kashan, the old city of carpets and roses with rich history and culture. We will go and see Fin Garden as a great sample of Persian gardens and Tabatabaie house. The last destination is Tehran, the capital and the largest city of modern Iran. Golestan Palace, Archaeological Museum, and National Jewelry Museum are the admiration of everyone. The last memory of this travel to Iran is the landscape of Tehran from above Milad Tower.