3 days 3 nights
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In this Shiraz 3-day tour you will get familiar to almost all highlights of Iran’s cultural capital.
Shiraz is the city of poetry and perfume. In addition to the city’s beautiful Persian gardens and historical monuments, Persepolis, one of the world’s largest and most famous UNESCO sites is located nearby. The city of Shiraz with all its urban and historical features is a popular destination for domestic and foreign visitors specially In May, when Shiraz becomes an earthly paradise with its spring blossoms. In addition to all the attractions of this city, Shirazi people are also among the factors that make tourists interested in traveling to this place – nice, cheerful and hospitable.
Welcome to the cultural capital of Iran, Shiraz; the cradle of the poetry, art and literature. The Shiraz 3-day tour leaves an unforgettable memory of the trip to every traveler. The historical attractions of Shiraz are among the most valuable historical monuments of Iran and among the most spectacular places in the country. The tombs of legendary Persepolis and Pasargadae, are all located near the city of Shiraz.
Shiraz hotels have a high variety in terms of prices and services; For this reason, we offer the best hotels in Shiraz according to your budget and conditions.
Situated in a plain surrounded by two mountain ranges offering a mild climate and magnificently impressive gardens to this city, Shiraz is one of Iran’s oldest cities and the fourth biggest in the country. It was the capital of Persia during the rule of Zand dynasty and hosts few interesting historical sites.
The provincial capital of Fars province, known as the cultural capital of Iran, is the heart of Iran’s history and a center of the rich Persian literary heritage. Shiraz has been a cradle of civilization , homeland to the Persian culture , and art for many centuries. some famous philosophers, thinkers and poets produced their masterpieces in this beautiful city. Shiraz is known as the city of flowers and nightingales, as well as the “City of roses and poets“, referring to its beautiful Persian gardens and two very famous poets; Sa’di and Hafez. There are quite a few beautiful mosques and other historical buildings such as Karim Khan Citadel showing the fantastic architecture, tile works and mirror works of Zand and Qajar era.