March 2019

About us

The headquarter of The Shiraz Travel is in Perth, Australia. We have offices in Iran. The new offices will open in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane soon.

Tehran-Yazd-Isfahan Tour

  • Day 01
    Day 01    Tehran

    On day one, we will visit following fantastic and unique sights Sa’d Abad Palace and Nation’s Art Musuem Green Palace National Museum of Iran Milad Tower

  • Day 02
    Day 02    Kashan

    Kashan, the City and Bazaar Broujerdi’s House (Khane-ye Boroujerdiha, 1857) Tabatabaei House (Khane-ye Tabatabaei, 1850) Amir Ahmad Hammam (Old Bathhouse) Fin Garden Sara-ye Ameriha Tappe Sialk (Ancient Hills)

  • Day 03
    Day 03    Camel Riding

    Tappe Sialk (Ancient Hills) Maranjab Desert and Karavan-sara Abbasi Karvan-Sara Camel Riding

  • Day 04
  • Day 05
    Day 05    Naeen

    Naeen Bazaar and Jameh Mosque Ghanat (aqueduct) Ghanat-based water mill Hand-knotted carpet weaving Narin Citadel (Narin Castle)

  • Day 06 and 07
    Day 06 and 07    Yazd

    Narin Citadel (Narin Castle) Dolat Abad Garden Zoroastrian Fire Temple Great Jameh Mosque Alexander’s Prison

  • Day 07
    Day 07    Yazd

    Continue of day 6 Yazd Bazaar Amir Chakhmagh Mosque

  • Day 08
    Day 08    Isfahan

    Naghshe Jahan Square Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque

Isfahan, Colourful history,

Isfahan is located in west central Iran along both banks of the Zayandeh River. Its origins date back to the Achaemenid era (c. 550–330 b.c.e.), but it did not emerge as an important city until 1150, when Toghril Beg, founder of the Seljuk dynasty, chose it as his capital. The city’s golden age coincided with its status as the capital of the Safavi dynasty (1598–1722). Shah Abbas I (r. 1587–1629) and several of his successors embellished the city with bridges, mosques, madrasehs,and palaces, many of which are extant and are considered among the finest examples of Islamic architecture. In 1722, an army of invading Afghans besieged Isfahan for several months before finally capturing and looting it and deposing the shah. These events ushered in more than two decades of steady economic and political decline interspersed with several brutal massacres of prominent citizens of the city.

Isfahan at the beginning of the nineteenth century was no longer a major city; it had ceased to be Iran’s capital, and its population was only 25 percent of what it had been during the height of Safavi power. Its role as a regional commercial center recovered during the reign of Nasir ed-Din Shah Qajar (1848–1896). In the 1920s entrepreneurs began developing modern factories, especially textile mills, which by the early 1960s employed nearly 20,000 workers and produced one-half of Iran’s total output of textiles. The renewed prosperity stimulated greater and more diversified industrialization, and the city became the center of the country’s steel industry during the 1970s. Isfahan has experienced considerable immigration, growing at an average annual rate of 4 percent during the last seventy years of the twentieth century. In the 1996 census, its population had reached 1,266,000, making it the third-largest city in Iran. The city also remains the country’s premier tourist center, drawing thousands to see such famous Safavi-era architectural landmarks as the Meydan-e Imam, Masjid-e Imam, Masjid-e Shaykh Lotfollah, and the covered bazaar.

Trip Highlights

  • 14 days
  • All breakfast and Mid day Refreshment
  • Two Doinners
  • All Breakfast plus two dinners and Mid-day refreshment
  • All transportation
  • All entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary
  • Accommodations
  • English speaking tour guide
  • 5 and 4 stars hotels
  • All transportation with air conditioned bus or minibus

ITINERARY & Time Schedule

  • Days Place Duration:
  • Day 01 Tehran 8 hours
  • Day 02 Kashan 8 hours
  • Day 03 Camel Riding 8 hours
  • Day 04 Abyaneh visit village and talk with people
  • Day 05 Naeen 6 hours
  • Day 06 and 07 Yazd 2 days
  • Day 07 Yazd 8 hours
  • Day 08 Isfahan 8 hours
  • Day 09 Isfahan 8 hours
  • Day 10 Isfahan 8 hours
  • day 11 Isfahan 8
  • day 12 Isfahan 8
  • day 13 isfahan-Tehran 10 hours
  • Day 14 Tehran 8 hours