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Persian Art and Craft

12 Days

Persian Art and Craft Itinerary

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Day01

Day01

Arrival Shiraz meet and greet by the guide transfer to hotel.

Overnight Shiraz

Day02

Day02

Shiraz is the  city of love, poetry and beauties and the tour in this romantic city includes: Nasir Mosque, Narenjestan Garden, Khatam (Inlay) workshop inside Karim Khan citadel, Tomb of Hafez Meshkin Fam Art Museum and Vakil bazaar.

Overnight Shiraz

Day03

Day03

Excursion to one of the most important ancient cities in the world that is called  “Persepolis” (UNESCO) and later after lunch Necropolis (Naqshe Rostam) (UNESCO). Drive back to shiraz to have a half day free at leisure.

Overnight Shiraz

Day04

Day04

Morning drive to Zeinodin Caravanserai (431 Km) through fabulous maintains and desert, en-route Abarkuh to visit the old cypress tree of almost 4000 years old later to Pasargadae (UNESCO) to visit the tomb

 of Cyrus the Great;

Overnight Zeinodin Caravanserai

Day05

Day05

Drive to Yazd upon arrival: Yazd city tour including the Towers of silence, fire temple, Dolat Abad garden (UNESCO), Amirchakhmaq Tekye, Sweet shop, Jame Mosque, Old quarter of the town (UNESCO), Alexander prison to see the textile workshops there.

Overnight Yazd

Day06

Day06

Morning drive to Meybod (55 Km) Visit the pottery workshops (Caravanserai and dovecot), then continue our way to Naein (120 Km) and visit man-made caves for Aba weaving (Aba is a special cloth for clergies.

Then move to Isfahan (88 Km).

Overnight Isfahan

Day07

Day07

Isfahan as the world capital of handicraft is called “half the world” that means “Half of the beauty of the world is in Isfahan”.

The city full day tour includes: Chehelsotoun Palace (UNESCO), Naqshe Jahan Sq (UNESCO), Shah Abbasi Jame mosque (UNESCO) and Sheikh Lotfolah Mosque (UNESCO). Lunch in Local restaurant and after lunch we will go to the Armenian quarter to visit Vank Cathedral and then to Sio Se Pol Bridge and Khaju Bridge.

Overnight Isafahan

Day08

Day08

Today we spend our day discovering Persian crafts in workshops and galleries so we start the day from Qeysarieh Bazaar to Carpet factory that is carpet stretching process and then to carpet shop, Miniature workshop and gallery, turquoise producing show and shop, Textile workshop (Qalamkar = Calico).

Overnight Isfahan

Day09

Day09

Morning drive to Kashan to visit Borujerdiha mansion, Sultan-Mir-Ahmad Hammam, Agha-Bozorg mosque in Kashan, and Fin Garden (UNESCO).

Overnight Kashan

Day10

Day10

Morning visit of wool and Silk Dying workshop in Kashan.

Later before noon we drive to Tehran en-route Qom to visit the holy Shrine of Fatima.

Overnight Tehran

Day11

Day11

Tehran as the capital of Iran is the most car depending city in the world and the traffic will make you feel astonished when you are touring around! Today we try to survive the traffic and all these noises and we will visit Museum of Contemporary arts, National museum, Iranian dolls and culture, Tajrish district and visit the Tajrish bazaar and Imamzadeh Saleh.

Overnight Tehran

Day12

Day12

End of the story and fly back home to…

Days

12

Cities

Tehran,Qom,Kashan,Isfahan,Yazd,Naein,Shiraz

Services

Visa authorization grant number
AC Vehicle: private car, minibus, bus (based on request)
breakfast in all hotels
entrance fees (based on request)
National guide throughout the tour
lunch and dinner (based on request)
Refreshments: bottled water, tea, coffee, local cookies, and fruits

 

Contact us

First floor, No 47, The 5th street, the 2nd phase,Gohardasht-Rajaee Shahr- Karaj, Iran

 

 


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