Our full day City tour will begin to visit Persepolis. It exemplifies the Achaemenid style of architecture, and its structures include the Great Stairway, the Gate of All Nations, the Apadana, the Hall of a Hundred Columns, the Tripylon Hall and the Tachara, the Hadish Palace, the Palace of Artaxerxes III, the Imperial Treasury, the Royal Stables, and the Chariot House. Every year, many people all around the world come to visit this phenomenon. Then drive to Naqsh-e Rostam that is an ancient necropolis of Iran, one of the sacred ancient sites for thousands of years which were flourishing on that time. Some historical monuments of the Elamite, the Achaemenid and the Sassanid era have been carved on the mountain. Tombs are belonged the Achaemenid kings are carved out of the rock face at the remarkable height above the ground. “Persian crosses” Tombs are known locally, and from left to the right are the tombs of: Xerxes, Darius I, Artaxerxes I and Darius II. After that drive to we will visit Pasargadae The tomb of Cyrus the Great, the father of all Iranian, Which is belonged to the ancient monument of Pasargadae as the earliest capital of the Achaemenid-first Persian Empire-show the glorious civilization of the nation. The first capital of the Achaemenid Empire-Pasargadea-lies in ruins 43 kilometers from Persepolis, in Fars province southwestern Iran and today in the small city.