Tomb of Hafez
A beautiful peaceful and serene garden, oozing with feelings of romance and poetry, well suited as the rest-place of the great 14th century Iranian poet, Hafez. Tomb of Hafez comes to life especially at night when the beautiful lights are on and visitors gather around to recite pieces of his poetry.
Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque: (also known as “Pink Mosque”)
Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque is one of the most beautiful mosques in Iran. It was constructed in 1876 during Qajar dynasty. The gorgeous architecture and designs, in addition to exceptional use of colored-glass, has made Nasir-ol-Molk mosque into a popular tourist destination in Shiraz.
Eram Garden is among the most beautiful and most famous Persian gardens. The paramount chief of the Qashqai tribe built the Eram Garden during the mid-19Th century. The word “Eram” is derived from the Arabic word “Iram” which means “heaven”, and heavenly beauty is what the owners had in mind when started the construction. Eram Garden is at its peak beauty during the spring.
Persepolis, meaning Persian city, was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire from 550 to 330 BC. Persepolis has been Iran’s number 1 tourist destination for many years now, and for good reason; just by walking amidst the remaining ruins of the great city, you can feel the glory that once defined ancient Persia also observe the culture that started it all.
Pasargadae was the capital of the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great kingdom, the founder of the Achaemenid Empire, from 559 to 530 BC. Today, Pasargadae is an important archeological site and holds within its boundaries the iconic Tomb of Cyrus the Great.