Note: There is 20% Discount for groups of 2 people, and 30% for groups of 3 or more on all the packages.
Shiraz, the land of orange blossoms, is located far from Tehran in the south of Iran. Some of the most supreme instances of Iranian gardens are in Shiraz and the scent of orange blossoms emanating from a plethora of citrus trees scattered all over the city especially in early spring is the signature of the city. Maybe it is because of this heavenly atmosphere that Shiraz is the beating heart of Iranian poetry. Arch masters of Iranian poetry, Hafiz and Saadi, grew and flourished in the fragrant gardens of Shiraz and inspired by all that beauty created some of the most wondrous verses of poetry in the history of literature. Shiraz sightseeing tours are very popular among both Iranian people and foreign tourist due to the great diversity and sublimity they bring to the eyes of the beholders. As with most of our Iran day tours, Shiraz tours are one-day packages in which all the top-priority tourist spots of Shiraz are visited. It is also a great advantage of Shiraz that most of its quality hotels and guesthouses are in the vicinity of the numerous points of interest in the city. Owing to this massive number of places to visit, Shiraz travel guide catalogues are lengthy and detailed. Among the sites included in Shiraz sightseeing tours are some of the best-known historic monuments such as Arg of Karim Khan, Vakil Bazaar, Vakil Mosque and Vakil Bath, all built during the reign of Zand monarchs in the 18th century. As mentioned above, some of the most ravishing public gardens in Iran are in Shiraz and in the course of our tour we will spend some time in the serenity of Eram, Afif-Abad and Delgosha gardens. Historic houses of some of the most illustrious people of Shiraz like the great Qavam House are among other sights you’ll visit. Finally, we will take a look at a set of historically and culturally significant religious monuments such as the Holy Shrine of Shah Cheragh and Nasir ol Molk Mosque.
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