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Is included of Tehran, Kashan, Natanz, Isfahan, Yazd and Shiraz.
You need two weeks to see the diamonds of Iran’s rich history.
For visiting Tehran, you need two days. At Tehran, sights are included of Golestan Palace, the Treasury of National Jewels and the Grand Bazaar.
Then go to Kashan by bus and enjoy visiting Qajar-era traditional houses and Fin Garden.
Then have a short stop at Natanz for visiting the tomb and then head towards Isfahan.
For visiting Isfahan, three days is enough. At Isfahan explore naqsh-e Jahan square, go to the Bazar-e Bozorg, Jolfa church and Zayandeh river bridges.
Then go to Yazd and spend three days there. At Yazd you can find remnants of Zoroastian civilization.
Then go to the Persepolis on the way to Shiraz. Two days for visiting Shiraz is enough.