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Arrivée à l’aéroport de Chiraz, accueil par votre guide et transfert à
La matinée est consacrée à l’héritage le plus important de l’empire
achéménide, Persépolis, puis à la nécropole achéménide de Naghsh-eRostam.
L’après-midi, retour à Chiraz, la ville des poètes célèbres comme Hafez
et Sa’di. Shiraz est connue pour ses jardins et la douceur de son climat.
Visite des principaux monuments tels que le bazar Vakil, le caravansérail
de Moshir, la mosquée Rose et le jardin Narenjestan.
Départ pour Ispahan. Visite de Pasargades, première capitale de l’empire
achéménide, site essentiel dans le cadre d’un voyage aux origines et au
cœur de la Perse. Arrivée en fin d’après-midi à Ispahan.
Visite d’Ispahan, l’une des plus pittoresques villes du monde qui, selon
un dicton persan, est «la moitié du monde ». La Grande Mosquée
du Vendredi considérée comme l’encyclopédie de l’architecture des
mosquées en Iran. La découverte du quartier arménien de la ville et sa
cathédral Vank. L’après-midi, promenade sur les rives de Zayandé rude,
seule rivière du plateau central iranien, à la découverte des célèbres
pont aux Trente-trois Arche et pont Khâdju, datant chacun du XVIIème
La matinée est consacrée à la poursuite de la visite de la ville: le pavillon
Quarante Colonnes, la Grande Place Royale appelé aussi « l’Image
du Monde » (Naghsh-e-Jahan) et les monuments qui l’entourent : la
mosquée de l’Imam, la mosquée de Lotfollâh, le palais Ali Qâpu. Temps
libre en fin d’après-midi dans le grand bazar.
Départ pour Natanz et visite du complexe funéraire d’Abd ol-Samad.
Continuation vers Kashan, célèbre pour ses maisons bioclimatiques du
XIXe siècle, le jardin de Fin et son grand bazar. Poursuite vers Téhéran.
Nuit à Téhéran.
Visite de la ville de Téhéran, capitale administrative, politique, et
économique du pays : les principaux musées tels que le Musée
Archéologique riche en expositions retraçant l’histoire du pays, le Musée
du Verre et de la Céramique et son extraordinaire collection de verre et
de poterie, le complexe palatial Golestan et le complexe palatial Pahlavi
de Saad Abade.
Transfert le matin à l’aéroport de Téhéran pour le vol de retour.
4* and 5* hotels, traditional houses
Service of an experienced English-speaking guide.
Buffet breakfast at the hotel, lunch and dinner in typical Iranian restaurants.
In a recent, air-conditioned vehicle with its experienced driver.
Travel insurance: Yes
Entrance tickets to the museums and archaeological sites mentioned in the program
Simcard : Yes
Passport valid for at least 6 months. The entry visa obtained in France.
Vaccines: Generally, Iran does not pose any particular health problem. No vaccination is compulsory. As a precautionary measure, it is advisable to consult your doctor or the health service before departure to obtain any additional information.
Hygiene standards are high and most travelers experience no inconvenience other than heat fatigue. However, bring a basic pharmacy and any special medication you may need. Tap water is drinkable almost everywhere in the country, but it is better to drink mineral water which is available everywhere.
The Iranian currency is the Rial. Prices are normally stated in Rial but people often talk in terms of Toman (equivalent to 10 Rial). The use of credit cards is almost entirely absent (except some craft stores), likewise, there are no ATMs. It is therefore necessary to acquire Euros in France and change them to Rials on the spot. In some stores, we also accept payment in euros or US dollars.When you arrive in Iran, you can easily exchange the Euro in cash at the airport or on the second day in Tehran at an exchange office. In any case, bring international credit cards because some traders of precious objects (miniatures, turquoise, carpets) also accept credit cards (such as Visa Master, American Express …)
The official language is Persian. In the big cities the educated population speaks quite good English.
Iran is a Muslim country with a Shia majority (90%). There are significant communities of Sunni Muslims in the southwest and southeast of the country, Armenians, Assyrians, and, to a lesser extent, Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians, who are authorized and free to practice their religions.
Due to its vastness, Iran has a very varied climate. Winter (December to February) can be very cold, especially in the northwest. In summer (from June to August), the temperature reaches 50° on the Persian Gulf coast and in the southern provinces. Precipitation occurs mainly in the north and west of the country, i.e. the coldest climatic zone of the country. In western Iran there is often snow that lasts until early spring. Throughout the country, summer temperatures are still warm, but more bearable because the climate is drier.In the month of September we still find the temperature as in summer, but in the evening it is cooler, so a garment from above can be pleasant.
The choice of clothing must generally meet the criteria of practicality, comfort, reactivity to the climate and the environment. It is therefore advisable to opt for sportswear and very comfortable to allow greater freedom of movement and not to hinder blood circulation with elastic or too narrow laces, with the exception of synthetic fiber clothing which prevent perspiration, especially in hot environments. A fundamental principle to bear in mind when choosing clothes for this type of trip is multi-layered clothing: in fact, it is better to plan different light clothes to wear, if necessary, layered. This technique allows you to adjust the degree of coverage of the body to weather changes and provide effective protection against extremes of temperature and wind.For women :Foreign women are generally treated with more tolerance. But in any case, the scarf to cover the hair, is obligatory: A light cotton scarf is ideal especially in the hot seasons. A long, loose-fitting, long-sleeved shirt or tunic with opaque, loose-fitting pants that reach to the ankles is appropriate. Skirts and dresses (long at least to mid-calf) are also practical. When it comes to colors, there are no hard and fast rules. Make-up is not a problem but it is better to opt for a certain discretion. No problem wearing barefoot sandals either.For men :Gentlemen, being more free, can wear everything except shorts or sleeveless t-shirts. Half sleeves can be worn quietly (like T-shirts or polo shirts).TelephoneTo call Iran: dial 00 + the code 98 (Iran) + the area code without the first 0 + the number of your connection.In Iran for an international call: dial 00 + the country code (France 33, Belgium 32, Switzerland 41) + the regional code followed by the number of your correspondence by removing the first 0.To call your country, the most practical solution is to call from your hotel.For mobile phone usage and coverage refer to your service provider.Electricity and InternetThe electric current is 220 V, as in France. The sockets are European type with two round pins.—- In the hotels, there is internet and Wifi—- There is the possibility of using the iPad—- The charging switches for camera, computer, phone, etc. are like those in France.ItineraryThe itinerary is flexible and depends on local conditions. During the trip, If the situation makes it necessary, the Guide can make changes in the program.