Nasir al-Mulk Mosque

Famous for its stunning stained-glass windows, intricate tile work, and vibrant colors. When the sunlight streams through the windows, the interior is bathed in a kaleidoscope of colors.

Eram Garden

A beautiful Persian garden and UNESCO World Heritage site, Eram Garden features lush greenery, colorful flowers, and an elegant Qajar-era mansion.


The ancient ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire, located about 60 kilometers northeast of Shiraz. It's one of Iran's most iconic archaeological sites.

Hafez Tomb

The mausoleum of the famous Persian poet Hafez. The tranquil garden and the tomb are popular spots for both locals and tourists to pay homage to the poet.

Saadi Tomb

Another prominent poet of Iran, Saadi, is buried in Shiraz. His tomb is set in a beautiful garden with a serene atmosphere.

Shah Cheragh

A major pilgrimage site and a stunning example of Islamic architecture, known for its dazzling mirror work and intricate tile decorations.

Arg of Karim Khan

A citadel built during the Zand dynasty, serving as a military fortress and residence. It features impressive walls and towers.