Iran Villages Tour
Iran Village Tour
Tour package: Iran 5 days tour
Duration:Â 14Â nights and 15 days
First you arrive in Tehran airport
The tour price is in 3 part (economy,Â business andÂ luxury)
Itinerary ofÂ Iran Villages Tour
Upon your arrival at Tabriz international airport youâ€™ll be transferred to your hotel. In the evening a half day city tour for visiting El GoliÂ (Shah Goli), which is a large park in Tabriz and Qaisaryeh bazaar,Â a historical market situated in the city center, is the largest covered bazaar inÂ the middle east.
Driving to Kandovan village 52 Km from Tabriz. The history of this village dates back to 800 years ago and is built in heat of the mountain with a unique architecture.
Driving to Sarein (in Ardebil Province) known as Iranâ€™s spa city to enjoy mineral hot springs at spas. The Sarein springs are near an inactive volcano in mount Sabalan and its water contains Sulphur particles and it is believed that it is good for bone and joint paints.
Driving towards Masooleh, a village where maintained its genuine culture and coordinated its architecture with the environment. En route enjoying the scenic route of Asalem and Khalkhal also Rodkhan castel in Foman. Overnight Masooleh.
Day 5 & 6
Driving to Tehran and en route enjoying the coastal areas of Caspian sea and northern scenic routes of Tehran. Overnight Tehran.
A tour of Tehran visiting:
National Museum which hosts historical monuments dating back through preserved ancient and medieval Iranian antiquities, including pottery vessels, metal objects, textile remains, and some rare books and coins.
Glass & Ceramics MuseumÂ (housed in a beautiful Qajar-era building a short walk north of the National Museum of Iran. This museum is like many of its exhibits, small but perfectly formed.
CarpetÂ Museums (exhibiting a variety of Persian carpets from all over Iran, dating from the 18th century to the present). Overnight Tehran.
and Golestan Palace, the oldest of historic monuments in Tehran
Driving to Abyaneh the red rock village with a history more than 3500 years. This village has an architecture similar to the two villages visited before but in a different climate. It also maintained its rural culture in life style and clothing. Overnight Abyaneh.
Driving to Isfahan in the morning. En route visiting the oldest structure in Isfahan which is also a fire temple dating back to before Sassaniand period. Overnight Isfahan.
A complete tour of Isfahan starting with Naqsh-e Jahan squareÂ located at the center of Isfahan city. We visit buildings Â from the Safavid era surrounding the square such as:
Imam Mosque (ShahÂ Mosque), one of the masterpieces of Persian and Islamic architecture
Ali Qapu Palace, another wonderful Safavid edifice, was built by decree of Shah Abbas I in the early seventeenth century.
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, the private mosque of the royal court.
Isfahan grand bazaar
and also Vank cathedral and ending the tour with Zayande river bridges.
Driving to Yazd the sacred city of Zoroastrians to visit Amir Chakhmaq complexÂ containingÂ (mosque, caravansary, bath, Tekyeh and a cold water well)Â and Zoroastrianâ€™sÂ fire templeÂ whichÂ the place of worship for ZoroastriansÂ during a half day tour.
Driving to Kerman then visiting ShazdeÂ gardenÂ (Prince garden), a historical Persian gardenÂ in Mahan located 42 km of Kerman. driving back to Kerman.
Driving to visit the oldest Village in Iran. Meymandâ€™s history dates back to 12000 years ago. The main attraction of this village is a fortress of Sasanid period.
Overnight Meymand village.
In Shiraz Youâ€™ll have a visit of this cities refreshing gardens starting with Eram garden, the most visited garden of IranÂ and then Hafez and Saadi tombs,Â theÂ two mystic PersianÂ poets of Iran.
The next day excursion to suburb villages of Shiraz with nice weather and view.
In the morning visiting Zandieh complexÂ (Karimkhan citadel, Vakil Bath-house, Vakil MosqueÂ and Vakil Bazaar) built by Karimkhan, The roller of Zand dynasty.
After that transfer to airport for flight back.
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