Visiting Iran is a unique experience, the experience of being in the cradle of a great culture and civilization. In Iran you will meet people with different cultures and religions, you will also experience great hospitality by Iranian. So pack your bags and join us to discover Iran’s 7000 years history and Iranian rich culture.
Here is the detailed itinerary, although it can be change upon your request.
Begin your journey with sightseeing in Tehran, Visiting the oldest of the historic monuments in Tehran, Golestan Palace (Palace of Flowers), Tehran’s Historic Arg, the National Museum, and taking a short stroll in the Grand Bazaar, the great place to get a feel for Iranian culture and daily life.
Day 1: Tehran, City of History and Culture
Head towards Kashan and spend a day visiting historical houses of Kashan, Kashan’s Bazaar, Sialk Tepe, and Fin Royal Garden. We will visit Borujerdi and Tabatabaei houses with the flourished Islamic architectures, one of the oldest and richest archaeological sites in central Iran and after all it is the time to enjoy a cup of tea at one of the most prominent Persian garden.
Day 2: Kashan, City of Ancient Civilization
We’ll continue our journey in Isfahan by visiting Hasht Behesht palace, Chehelsotoun palace, Jame mosque, Si-o-Se pol (Bridge of 33 Arches), Khaju Bridge, Vank cathedral, and Contemporary Art Gallery.
Day 5: Isfahan (City of Imperial Architecture)
Head to Yazd, one of the oldest, largest and most charming desert cities, lies somewhere in the middle of Iran, in the middle of ancient Silk Road. This is a place to wander and get lost in the maze of historic lanes, not to mention your imagination. In Yazd, we will visit: 4000-year Cedar (Third grandfather old trees) and historical context of Yazd.
Day 6: Yazd (The bride of the desert)
Head to Isfahan to explore Iran’s most popular tourist destination. On our first day in Isfahan, we’ll visit: Naqsh-e Jahan square (one of the world’s largest square), Royal mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Ali Qapu palace and Qeysarieh Bazaar.
Day 4: Isfahan (Half of the World)
Day 3: Abyaneh, A walk through Ancient Village
Abyaneh is remarkable for the red earth that gives its buildings their fiery tones. The village's unique architecture, its local traditional costumes and earthen pottery are all traditions going back to over two thousand years.
Yazd is a combination of pre-Islamic and post-Islamic architecture. We continue our journey by visiting Zoroastrian fire temple, Amir Chakhmaq complex, Jame mosque, and Dolat Abad Garden
Day 7: Yazd, City of Glorious Architectures
Head to the trading city of Kerman, which has long been a staging point for traveling between Persia and Indian subcontinent and today remains important city in southeastern of Iran. In Kerman, we’ll visit Ganjali Khan complex, Bazaar-e Kerman and Art museum.
Day 8: Kerman, City of Hardworking People
Spend a day out of Kerman visiting Mahan where has long been famous throughout Iran for its shrine and garden, and as a summer retreat for the wealthy. In Mahan, we’ll visit Shah Ne’matollah-e Vali Mausolem, Shazdeh Garden, and Ali Akbar Sa’anati museum of art.
Day 9: Mahan, Town of Garden and Shrine
Head to Shiraz and Start the day exploring the heartland of Persian culture by visiting Hafezieh (Tomb of Hafiz), Sa’adieh (Tomb of Sa’adi), Eram Garden and Karimkhani Arg.
Day 10: Shiraz, City of Poetry
Spend a day outside of the city exploring ruins and sites of old Persia. We’ll visit: Persepolis, Naqsh-e Rostam, Naqsh-e Rajab, and Ka’abe Zartosht. Back to Shiraz and enjoy a walk through Grand Bazaar of Shiraz.
Day 11: Shiraz, Older than History
Fly back to Tehran and spend the remaining time in Villa Street, where is the best place to buy handicrafts. At night, we will have dinner in a traditional restaurant and enjoy live music. After all, it is time for transfer to airport and depart for home country (If you like to extend your stay in Iran, drop us a note on your booking form and we will arrange it for you).
Day 12: Tehran, End of Trip
Price includes all accommodation, all domestic transportation, all entrance fees, all breakfasts and 5 dinners and An English speaking guide for the whole trip.