Explore Tehran with a local guide, visiting the Golestan Palace, a big complex that consists of 17 palaces, museums, and Halls and it is worth to spending a few hours to visit its luxuriously decorated rooms, nice and big dining area and ballroom and well landscaped Gardens and fountains and the Treasury of national jewels or the Ceramic or Carpet Museum.
Take a flight from Tehran to Shiraz in the early morning. Shiraz city tour includes the pink Mosque, Narenjestan, Zinat house, Vakil Complex (Bazaar, Citadel, Bath, Pars Museum and Mosque) and Saraye Moshir. Astonishing mirror working of Alebn Hamze holy shrine will attract your attention.
Early morning drive to Isfahan. En route you will visit Persepolis and Necropolis (Naqsh-e Rustam). At night enjoy visiting 33 Bridges and Khaju Bridge in Isfahan.
Today we will explore the city of Isfahan. Naghsh-e Jahan Square, the second largest square in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ali Qapu Palace, Shah Mosque and Sheikh Lotfoloh mosque are great symbols of Persian architecture, and finally, Qeysarieh Bazaar surrounding the square, where we can see traditional Iranian handicrafts being made by the hands of the masters. Do not forget to try the local food of Isfahan named Beryooni and also Gaz the local sweet.
We drive to Kashan where we visit the Bagh-e Fin gardens and the Borujerdiyah House, a 29th-century building that once belonged to a local merchant, and Tabatabaee House. Then the tour continues to the village of Abyaneh, an ancient village which with its red houses will attract your attention. The red view of these houses is because of the red soil that is used in their construction. It is a beautiful village in which people are still living the way they used to live 2500 years ago.
This day’s schedule completely depends upon your departure flight. Most of the International flights leave Iran late at night. If your international flight leaves Iran late at night too, you can visit the Religious city of Qom en route to IKA airport and enjoy visiting Quran museum where you can find the smallest and the biggest Quran in the world. Also you can indulge yourself buying Iranian sweets in this city. After lunch, you drive to IKA (about 4 hours) and complete of the tour with great excitement.