Mini Shiraz Tour

Mini Shiraz Tour

 

Can do

Every day

 

Starts

9:00

 

Ends

14:00

 

Included

Tour leader, ticket expenses, car and driver, bottle of water, especial short film about our tour

 

Excluded

Tips to the tour leader and driver, lunch

 

Tips for summer

Sunglasses, hat, sunscreen cream

 

Tips for winter

Warm clothes, sneakers

 

Safety

Be sure of our certified tour leaders, and our experienced driver. Our company is under the authorization of Iran's heritage and cultural organization.

 

Note

This tour can be without tour leader

Nasir-ol-molk Mosque:

A private mosque of Qajar period; 1888, now the famous pink mosque that you can see it’s photos when you search Iran. The mosque comes to life with the sunrise and colors dance throughout the day. It reflects on the ground, walls, the arches and the towering spires. It even reflects on the visitors as if a colorful ball is hit by the first sun ray and explode to thousands of butterflies all round.

 

Qavam House:

This garden and its mansion is one of the most beautiful and precious monuments of Qajar period. This home was decorated by mirror-working, glassware, wood-carving, plastering and mogharnas. There is a museum of Antique objects there. Facing this building is a yard full of beautiful sour orange trees.

 

Hafeziyeh:

Hafez is one of the greatest poets of the world. In his memory, a small dome –like structure was erected in 1452. You can find Hafez book in every Iranian house after Quran.

Goethe, the German poet was influenced by Hafez and he has a poem about him. The atmosphere of his tome is awesome and you can listen to traditional music and be relaxed at a teahouse there.

 

Eram garden:

A piece of heaven which is surrounded by dry mountains that is the most beautiful and famous Persian garden in Iran. Both the building and the garden were built during the middle of 20th century by the Qashqai tribes of Fars.

The structure housed 32 rooms on two stories, decorated by tiles with poems of Hafez. Now it is under the superision of Shiraz university, with lables on all trees and bushes.

 

 

 

 
 

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