Special Tour Package


Silk Road Travel Agency

Silk road travel agency is a multi award winning tour and travel company specialising in adventure and unique cultural tailor made holidays and small group tours to some of the most interesting places in Iran and its neighbouring countries. Founded in 2003 as Silk road Travel Agency , it is one of the largest travel and tour operators in Iran with more than 15 years of professional experience in the travel and tourism industry


The expertise of Silk road Travel is in the company’s diverse structure being able to run group, private and tailor made tours, book and issue air tickets, provide ground transportation, book exclusive hotel rooms and be a provider of destination, conference and convention management services for its clients.


Our aim has always been to provide exceptional travel experiences. We believe that travel should be stimulating, and that it should give you an authentic experience of a place. We want our travellers to relish the amazing diversity of Iran and its Persian culture. 


Special Package

Silk Road Tour 
Itinerary Location
Day 1: Visit Tehran O/N in Tehran
Tehran is a cosmopolitan city, with great museums, parks, restaurants, and warm friendlypeople. A combination of factors make Tehran a pleasant place to visit: The dry climatewhich is constantly cool (at least in the evenings), the proximity of the mountains, theparks and gardens where flowers blossom all through the year, the alleys of trees in theavenues or even smaller streets, and even the water that runs down from the upper cityalong deep and wide gutters which look like small rivers during spring. The Alborz rangeon the north of Tehran, which hosts the highest peak in Iran, provides fantasticconditions for ski lovers in the winter. Today's tour includes visiting:
 - Golestan Palace
- Bazar 
- Archeological Museum 
Day 2: Visiting Tehran and fly to Shiraz O/N in Shiraz
- Sa'ad Abad Palace
-Tabiat Bridge 
Day 3: Visit Shiraz O/N in Shiraz
Shiraz is the sixth most populous city of Iran and the capital of Fars Province. It has amoderate climate and has been a regional trade center for over a thousand years. It isregarded as one of the oldest cities of ancient Persia. Shiraz is known as the city ofpoets, literature and flowers. Shiraz is the birthplace of two famous Persian poets Hafez and Saadi. It is alsoconsidered by many Iranians to be the city of gardens, due to the many gardens andfruit trees that can be seen in the city. Today's tour includes visiting
Nasir Almolk mosque
- Hafez Tomb
- Ali-Ebn-e-Hamzeh Shrine
- Eram Garden
- Karim Khan Citadel
- Vakil mosque
- Vakil Bazar 
Day 4: Drive to Yazd via Persepolis, Necropolis O/N in Yazd
Magnificent Persepolis, the center of the great Persian Empire, ceremonial capital of theAchaemenids embodies the greatest successes of the ancient Achaemenid Empire. Persepolis, Founded by Darius I in 518 B.C., was built on a huge terrace, where the kingof kings created an impressive palace complex. The monumental staircases, exquisitereliefs and imposing gateways leave you no doubt how grand this empire was. Next is Necropolis,the magnificent burial place of Achaemenid kings. The site alsoprovides seven bas-reliefs dating back to Elamite and Sassanid periods. Today's tourincludes visiting:
- Persepolis
- Necropolis 
Day 5: Visit Yazd  O/N in Yazd
The city of Yazd is located in the eastern part of central Iran situated on the high, desert plateau that forms much of the country. Amidst the immense desert, Yazdretains its sterling of old in religion, traditions and architecture. Recognized by UNESCOas holding one of the oldest architecture all over the world. The word Yazd means, feastand worship. The city of Yazd has resisted the modern urbanization changes andmaintained its traditional structure. The geographical features of this region have madepeople developed special architectural styles. For this reason, in the older part of thecity most houses are built of mud-bricks and have domed roofs. These materials servedas insulation preventing heat. Today's tour includes visiting:
 - Towers of silence
- Fire Temple
- Jame Mosque
- Old part of city  
Day 6: Drive to Isfahan via Naein  O/N in Isfahan
Naein is a desert city in Esfahan Province, which has desert climate and experiencesextremely hot summers and relatively cold winters. The history of the city dates back tothe Achaemenid (550-330 BC) and Parthian (247 BC-224 CE) eras when Naein served asan administrative center for Yazd. Naein is the producer of one of the finest and mostsought-after Persian carpets. The Naein is made of high quality wool or silk and has aShah Abbasi design. The Naein rug often has blue highlighting on cream or ivorybackgrounds. The city highlight of attractionsin Naein is the Jame Mosque, which is oneof the first Islamic places of worship built in the country. Today's tour includes visiting:
- Naein Jame Mosque 
Day 7: Visit Isfahan O/N in Isfahan
A city of immense beauty and unforgettable experiences, Esfahan has been dazzlingtravelers for ages. Esfahan, the legendary city which never fails to enchant its visitors, is the pearl of traditional Islamic archeology. Nesf-e Jahan, Half the world, is a popularrhyme with the name of Esfahan and an example of praise lavished by the inhabitantsand poets on their city. Its profusion of tree-lined boulevards, Persian gardens andimportant islamic buildings gives it a visual appeal unmatched by any other Iranian cityand the many artisans working here underpin its reputation as a living museum oftraditional culture. Walking through the historic bazaar, over the picturesque bridgesand across the UNESCO-listed central square are sure to be highlights of your holiday. Today's tour includes visiting:
- Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
- Imam Mosque
- Aliqapu Palace
- Chehel Sutoon Palace
- Bazaar  
Day 8: Visit Isfahan O/N in Isfahan
One of the oldest and most important religious structures of Iran, the Jame Mosque ofIsfahan is magnificent example of the evolution of mosque architecture as well as thedevelopment of Islamic arts over twelve centuries. Archeological findings suggest that the mosque was built over the ruins of a Sassanid (226-651 CE) Fire Temple during the Buyid era (934 - 1062). After the Seljuq conquest (1038-1118) when Isfahan became the capital of the new empire, much importance wasplaced on embellishing the city's Jame Mosque. When a fire damaged the mosque, a newfour-iwan plan was given to the mosque during reconstruction efforts, making it the firstIslamic building to adapt the four-courtyard layout of Sassanid palaces to Islamicreligious architecture. The Jame Mosque of Isfahan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Today's tour includes visiting:
- Jame Mosque
- Armenian Quarter
- Vank Cathedral
- Khaju Bridge
- Si-o-Seh Bridge
Day 9: Drive to IKA via Kashan   
The city of Kashan, which lies in a desert at the eastern foot of the Central IranianPlateau, 220 kilometers south of Tehran, was once a popular vacation spot for SafavidKings. The pearl of Iranian deserts is the birthplace of many arts and crafts. Tilework orKashi-kari is one of the many arts perfected by Iranians and it is notable that thePersian word for tile (kashi) is derived from the name of this city. Zari bafi or the art ofweaving with a gold string has been passed from fathers to sons in Kashan for over 2,000years which you can eye witness in Kashan Bazar  . The city has also found fame for its many traditional mansions. The most delicate ofPersian arts and crafts have been employed in the design and decoration of thesemansions. Today's tour includes visiting:
- Fin Garden
- Agha Bozorg Mosque
- Bazar 
- Tabatabaee House
- Borjerdi House 
Tour Inclusions: 
- Hotels 3 star    
- Transportation all along the trip. Including airport transfers.    
- English speaking Guide   
- Tehran-Shiraz flight   
- Visa letter of invitation    
Address: Silk Road Hotel - No 5 - Taleh Khakestary Alley - Jame Mosque Street - Yazd - Iran | tel +98 353 6252730 | fax +98 353 6252730 | mobile +98 913 1516361 |Whatsapp + 989101567410 | email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Website:www.silkroadhotel.net/ gps N31'45'02.5 E 054'22'12.4
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