The history of this transfer
Do you know you can visit the Persepolis from the way Yazd to shiraz? Beautiful places are not always in the cities. Sometimes you have to go more farther from them to visit monuments.
Road trips in addition to transfer to another city, you can enjoy the midway attractions and also by choosing the right tourist route, you can save time and your travel costs too.
The Yazd-Shiraz route in Iran is definitely one of them. In this full-day tour you do not need to any extra payment for taxies because after having your breakfast in your hotel in Yazd, you will pick you up in front of that and drop you off in front of your hotel in Shiraz.
In this route, first of all you’ll visit the 4000-year-old cypress of Abarkooh. This tree, which is the 5th oldest tree in the world, has 25 meters high. It is amazing for visitors that this tree has adapted to the weather conditions during 4 millennia and has survived.
In Abarkooh city of Yazd province you also visit Aghazadeh house with its long wind tower which was a luxury house half century ago. Rooms of this house is made in the shape of a cross with a central courtyard and large stone pool. This house also is built on three fronts so that its residents can live in different parts of it according to the weather conditions of different seasons of the year. You can rest here, walk in this yard and watch the historical texture of the building and continue your journey with more pleasure.
About two and half hours from Abarkooh, Pasargadae is located, the tomb of Cyrus, emperor of Achaemenid which was the biggest emperor in history of world. foundation of this building has a stone rectangular square platform and has been resistant to natural and unnatural destructive factors for 2500 years and still stands in Pasargadae city in Fars province.
Necropolis which literally meaning is “city of the dead”, include four tomb makes this place religiously important. One of them is Tomb of Darius, the Achaemenid king and also carvings on stones increased the national value of this monument.
At the end of your tour from Yazd to Shiraz you will visit Persepolis which is known as Takht-e Jamshid. Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid empire. Darius the Great ordered to build this royal city and it spanned six generations to be completely built. It became a testament to the glory periods of their empire which unfortunately, after the invasion of Alexander the Great, the Macedonian King, the whole city burned in fire. This remaining columns and ruined statues of the empire’s eminence is one of most important of 56 UNESCO World Heritage Site in Iran.This morning to night trip is really suggested to you because by following us in this route you can use knowledge of the experienced leader despite enjoy visiting the attraction and connecting with locals.
How to book
You can make a reservation via email or reservation form, after which we will contact you.
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