Nowrouz Hidden Charms

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Nowrouz Hidden Charms (At least 100 USD 20%)

Departure Date

23 Mar

Duration

6 Nights (7 Days)

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30

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Nowrouz Hidden Charms

Day 01

Tehran

Arrival to Tehran early in the morning, after having breakfast. You will Visit: The National Museum: The building, designed by French architect André Godard and completed in 1928, is one of the more attractive modern buildings in Tehran, blending Sassanian principles such as the grand iwan-style entrance with art deco–style brickwork. The collection includes ceramics, pottery, stone figures and carvings, mostly taken from excavations at Persepolis, Ismailabad (near Qazvin), Shush, Rey and Turang Tappeh. Glassware and Ceramic Museum: It is formerly known as Abgineh opened in 1980, It has a great collection of anything made of glass from thousands of years ago from Persia and beyond. The museum itself is beautiful and well maintained located in 30 Tir Avenue, in a historical center of Tehran. Golestan Palace: The Palace is all that remains of Tehran's Historical Citadel (Arg) which once glittered like a jewel. This historical Arg was built at the time of Shah Tahmasb I in Safavid period, One of the oldest historic monuments in the city of Tehran, and of world heritage status, UNESCO. Grand Bazaar: The maze of bustling alleys and the bazaris (shopkeepers) that fill them make this a fascinating, if somewhat daunting, place to explore. Despite being known as the Grand Bazaar, most of the architecture is less than 200 years old and pedestrian, although there are some gems to be found.
Day 02

Tehran

A full Day sightseeing starts with Sa’dabaad Palace Sa’dabaad Palace: It is a cultural and historical complex that covers an area of 110 hectares and is located at the northernmost parts of Tehran. The complex contains 18 Palaces belonged to the royal families of Qajar and Pahlavi, in unique and beautiful garden. Main buildings are Green Palace (the house of Reza shah) and Whit Place (the summer house of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and Farah Diba) Tochal Mountain: Tochal, is a mountain and ski resort located on the Alborz mountain range, adjacent to the metropolitan area of Tehran in northern Iran. The highest peak, also called Mount Tochal, is at an elevation of 3,933 m (13,005 feet) Shrine of Imamzadeh Saleh: One of Tehran's most attractive shrines, Imamzadeh Saleh provides a photogenic focus to Tajrish Sq with its twin minarets and dome covered in beautiful patterned turquoise tiles: it looks especially stunning towards sunset Tajrish Bazaar: when you come to classic Iranian shopping experiences, browsing the food stalls at this photogenic bazaar in upmarket Tajrish pretty much nails it. It's ideal for ingredients for Iranian cooking, including all kinds of nuts, dates, spices (such as saffron) and tea. You can also pick up a pretty teapot or some other souvenir while you're at it. O/N Tehran
Day 03

Tehran - Kashan

An Excretion from Tehran to Visit kashan: Borujerdi’s House: The house is decorated with stucco, glass work, and mirror work. The Borujerdi House is a historic house museum in Kashan, Iran. It was built in 1857 by architect Ustad Ali Maryam for the bride of Borujerdi, a wealthy merchant. The bride came from the affluent Tabātabāei family, for whom the architect had built the nearby Tabātabāei House several years earlier. Fin garden: The Fin’s garden is an example of Iranian gardens named after the UNESCO world heritage list. Fin Garden located in Kashan, Iran, is a historical Persian garden. It contains Kashan's Fin Bath, where Amir Kabir, the Qajarid chancellor, was murdered by an assassin sent by King Nasereddin Shah in 1852. Completed in 1590, the Fin Garden is the oldest extant garden in Iran. Underground Noushabad city: The underground city of Ouyi (Noushabad), located 5km north of Kashan, Isfahan province, is considered a notable piece of ancient architecture. As Noushabad city is located in the central desert region of Iran, it experiences harsh weather. During the day, Noushabad has a very hot temperature and during the nights it gets notably cold. O/N Tehran
Day 04

Tehran

Full Day Tour between Tehran and Alborz Province Carpet Museum: Carpet-weaving is undoubtedly one of the most distinguished manifestations of Iranian culture and art, dating back to the Bronze Age, but as the materials used in carpets including wool and cotton, decay into dust during the course of time, archaeologists couldn't make any special discovery during the archaeological excavations Zoroastrian Fire Temple: This fire-place was made with the financial help of Parsian in India and Iranian Zoroastrian. Outside of the building was made in the form of old Mansion but inside there is a simple room with a fire burning in it. This is the only fire temple in Tehran that is open to public. (Adrian Temple Complex, founded by Some Zoroastrians of India, consists of a few one-storey buildings, and a community hall of two storey) Moghadam Museum: The house is a luxurious example of Qajar era buildings, which is highly valuable in terms of history, architecture and objects stored in it. Collections of Islamic art & antiquities displayed in a striking tiled mansion with scenic gardens. Azadi Tower: The Azadi Tower, formerly known as the Shahyad Tower, is a monument located at Azadi Square, in Tehran, Iran. It is one of the landmarks of Tehran, marking the west entrance to the city, and is part of the Azadi Cultural Complex, which also includes a museum underground. National Botanical garden: Its area is about 150 hectares and is planned to be the main center for horticulture and plant taxonomy in Iran. A herbarium of Iranian plants (TARI) is gradually being built up and now consists of some 160,000 numbers. also, there are gardens of non-Iranian plants such as Himalayan, American, Japanese, African, and Australian. Bam land Mall: In terms of the location, bam land is situated in a unique area, like no other shopping facility in Tehran or Iran as a whole. The architects and designers of bam land center have implemented elements of traditional Iranian architecture and culture and have combined them with modern and luxurious details. O/N Tehran
Day 05

Tehran - Qazvin

Full Day Sightseeing by an Excretion in capital of Safavid era. Cantour church: Cantor Church, also known as Bell Tower.The house of worship was built in Qazvin by the Russian invading forces during World War II. Aminiha Hosseiniyeh: It is a historic Hosseiniyeh in the Akhund(Molavi) neighborhood of Qazvin. Behind an unassuming brick wall is this well-preserved Qajar mansion built by a rich merchant in 1773. The courtyard garden is a pleasant place to linger after being dazzled by the mirrored, glittery interior, with its coloured glass windows and vaulted basement. Chehel sotoun Palace: This is a building of the Safavid Period, when Qazvin was the capital city of Iran. If you have already visited the Chehehl Sotun “Forty Columns” building in Isfahan, you must know that its counterpart in Qazvin is an even older building. Sa’d-al Saltaneh: This huge, beautifully restored Qajar-era caravanserai is now the design center of Qazvin. The long, vaulted passages house independent artists showcasing exquisitely crafted wares (jewelry, paintings, ceramics, carpets etc.) as well as galleries, coffee shops, restaurants and quiet, hidden courtyards perfect for relaxing. O/N Tehran
Day 6

Tehran

A full Day sightseeing starts with Niavaran Palace Niavaran Palace: The complex traces its origin to a garden in the region of Niavaran, which was used as a summer residence by Fath-Ali Shah (1772-1834) of the Qajar Dynasty. During the reign of the Pahlavi Dynasty, a new palace named Niavaran was built for the imperial family of Mohammad Reza Shah (1919-1980). Milad Tower: Milad Tower is multi-purpose tower which is located between Qarb Town and the district of Gisha, standing at 435 meters from the base to the tip of the antenna. Tamashagahe Zaman: (the Museum of Time), an unprecedented recreation center in Iran, is one of the latest art treasure houses inaugurated in Tehran in 1999. This museum aims to acquaint people with the first instruments which could display the passage of time and the development trend of such instruments, and attracting people's attention to the time issue, the time's value and the need to make the best out of it. Reza Abbasi Museum: you may have heard of the paintings of the Aali qapu and Chehel sotoun Palace, this museum belongs to the creator of these works, and the greatest Persian Miniaturist of the Safavid Period. You can see the collections of 2nd millennium BC to the early 20th century which corresponds to the end of Qajar Period in this Museum Nature Bridge: The Tabi'at Bridge or Nature Bridge, is the largest pedestrian overpass built in Tehran. The 270-metre bridge connects two public parks—Taleghani Park and Abo-Atash Park—by spanning Modarres Expressway, one of the main highways in northern Tehran.
Day 7

Tehran - IKA Airport

After breakfast, Drive to IKA airport and fly back home.

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