• City Tour
  • Full Day
  • €95
  • Starting in Yazd
Shiraz-Yazd Road Tour
Abarkooh, Yazd Province
Abarkooh, Yazd Province
Abarkooh, Yazd Province
Pasargadae, Fars Province
Persepolis, Fars Province
Persepolis, Fars Province
Quran Gate, Shiraz
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  • Tour Name : Yazd-Shiraz Route [Full-Day]
  • Starts in : Yazd : Amir Chakhmagh Sq. (08:00)
  • Ends in : Shiraz : Karimkhan Citadel (19:00)
  • Departures : Everyday 08:00
  • free pick-up from central Yazd locations
  • Abarkooh, Pasargadae, Nagsh-e-Rostam, Persepolis
  • 2 UNESCO World Heritage listings

EUR95.00 / person

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  • The booking will be confirmed with the payment.
  • Should the departure time is not within the next 14 days, we can keep the booking without a payment for 48 hours.
  • You can see general terms of service here.


  • Comfortable A/C Vehicle for all transports
  • All mentioned  sightseeing with English speaking guides
  • Personal insurance
  • Meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Entrance fees

You will be picked up at 07:30 (central Yazd locations).
On a 450km. drive to Shiraz, we visit Aghazadeh Mansion with its immaculate two-story windcatcher and an adobe ice-house in Abarkooh. There is also an ancient Cypress tree in this city with an estimated age of 4000-5000 years, believed to be planted by Zoroaster. After 2 hours drive, we arrive in Pasargadae, visiting the tomb of Cyrus the Great and remains of the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire. Another hour drive takes us to Naghsh-e-Rostam, a necropolis for Achaemenid kings and a collection of Sassanid rock reliefs. Before arriving in Shiraz, we will have a long stop in Persepolis to visit the magnificent remains from the ancient world in this 2500 years old ceremonial complex used for celebrating Nowruz, the Persian new year at the spring equinox during the Achaemenid Empire. Today’s program ends with a short stop at the Quran Gate. Travelers passing underneath the gates were believed to receive the blessing of the Holy Book. (Total drive 460km./285 miles) 
We expect the tour to end by 19:00.

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