4 – 7 Day Tours

Blossom Of Civilization

This Iran tour is a very good option for those tourists who come for a short time for business or to visit their family; they want to include a top notch tour of Iranian culture in their visit. This tour starts in Shiraz, goes through Yazd and ends in Isfahan. It covers all the historical places in this part of Iran dating from 3000 years ago up to the Islamic period and also offers a chance to stay in former homes now converted into hotels a special experience that gives a unique glimpse into the beautiful desert way of life. Visited Cities: Shiraz, Yazd , Isfahan

 

Day 1

Overnight Shiraz

Our half-day city tour in Shiraz will be held in the morning taking us to the elegant Nasir’ol Molk Mosque (reflecting an exquisite deep shade of blue due to its colored tiling), the Tomb of Hafiz (the famous Iranian poet), and the Persian Garden (Eram). Next we go on an excursion to visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, Persepolis (for a glimpse into the Iran’s glorious past) and Naqsh-e Rostam (an ancient necropolis dating back to the Achaemenid and Sassanid periods). We will then drive back to Shiraz. If there is any extra time we are going to see some additional spots
Day 2

Overnight Yazd

Today we are going to move from Shiraz to Yazd (490 km). Once in Yazd, we’ll take a tour through the traditional urban area, visiting the elegant Jame Mosque (appealing to tourists due to its special style in integrating ancient and Islamic architecture), Alexander Prison (a 15th century domed school known as Alexander’s Prison due to a reference to the place in a Hafez poem), and the Zour Khaneh (an Iranian traditional gymnasium). We also take a look at the prominent Amir Chakhmagh Square (built in the 15th century).
Day 3

Overnight Isfahan

Before noon we will have the opportunity to admire the Towers of Silence (where you perceive how Zoroastrians used to say goodbye to their loved ones who passed away), the Zoroastrian Fire Temple, and the Water Museum (displaying tools and techniques utilized for a long time in making underground channels called Qanats). Afterward, we’ll drive to Isfahan visiting Nain en route to see its glorious Jame Mosque (with its silent basement, the remarkable brickwork around the yard, and the spectacular plasterwork over the niche). Once in Isfahan, we have time to visit the historical bridges.
Day 4

Departure

Our full-day tour of Isfahan includes a walking to the following major spots: the Naqsh-e Jahan Square (with a magnificent area of delectable green in the center), Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque (another valuable Safavid gem), Imam Mosque (with its blue-tiled mosaic designs and superbly proportioned architecture), and Ali Qapu Palace (symbolizing the authority of the Safavid rulers). In the afternoon we’ll see the Chehel Sotoun Palace (with the slim columns, over 40m tall) and the bazaar being introduced to the Iranian handicrafts and workshops. At night we are going to Isfahan airport.

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Brakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 600 €

 

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The Enchanting Persia (4 D)

This Iran tour is a very good option for those who come for a short time for business or to visit family among other things. This tour starts in Shiraz, goes through Isfahan and ends in Tehran. It covers all the historical places in Shiraz and Isfahan dating from 3000 years ago up to the Islamic period and also offers a good opportunity to visit a number of fabulous museums in the capital. Visited Cities: Shiraz, Isfahan, Tehran

 

 

Day 1

Overnight Isfahan

Directly after our arrival in Shiraz we’ll take a short drive to reach Persepolis (the most complete architectural structure belonging to the Achaemenid Empire) and Naqsh-e Rostam (an ancient necropolis containing funerary related works belonging to the Elamite, Achaemenid, and Sassanid periods). We will drive back to the starting point around noon. The afternoon will be dedicated to the city, where we’ll visit the Nasir’ol Molk Mosque, Hafeziyeh (the tomb of Hafez, one of the most well-known poets in Iran), and the Persian Garden (Eram or Jahan Nama), before flying to Isfahan in the evening
Day 2

Overnight Isfahan

In Isfahan we’ll visit some of the main attractions including the Chehel Sotoun Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage site the dominant feature of which is its brilliant veranda), Naqsh-e Jahan Square (one of the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites which is encompassed by structures from the Safavid time), Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Imam Mosque, and Ali Qapu Palace (a glorious structure with its elevated terrace, which features 18 slim columns). After lunch, you visit the old Bazaar to get familiarized with the Iranian handicrafts and workshops.
Day 3

Overnight Tehran

This morning will be dedicated to the rest of the city. We have an opportunity to take a look at Jame Mosque. The Mosque is viewed as a spectacular museum of Islamic periods in Iran due to its various types of architecture from 1,400 years ago to the latest century. We also visit Vank Cathedral (best known for its architectural merits and tile works). In the afternoon we’ll complete the tour by visiting and walking beside the river viewing the historical bridges. We will then fly to Tehran in the evening.
Day 4

Overnight Departure

Before flying home you will be taken to fabulous museums like Iran National Museum (ranks as one of the most prestigious museums in the world regarding the quality and diversity of its monuments), the well-designed Glass & Ceramics Museum (with hundreds of exhibits, dating from the 2nd millennium B.C. to the modern day), Jewelry Museum (a highly Impressive collection of breathtaking jewelry the amount of which is stunning), and possibly Golestan Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage site exemplifying the fruitful integration of earlier Persian artworks and architecture with Western impacts).

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 600 €

 

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Along the History Road (7 D)

Some travelers have always dreamt traveling to Iran but have never found the time for it. This Iran Tour in 7 days optimizes both timing and budget. We start our trip in Shiraz, the city of love and roses, famous for its lush gardens and home to the tombs of Iran’s most revered poets. Next, we move to the maze of old muddy alleys and the ancient religion of Zoroastrianism in Yazd, on to the dance of color and living ancient culture of Isfahan and finally to modern Tehran, which houses some of the best and most extensive museums in Iran.

Visited Cities: Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan, Tehran

 

Day 1

Overnight Shiraz

Starting from Shiraz, we’ll visit the Zandieh Complex (the citadel, the great Vakil Mosque, Saray-e-Moshir, and Vakil Bazaar) with its splendid architecture and the Nasir Almolk Mosque (known as the Pink Mosque). During the evening, we will see one of the most appealing and grand greenery gardens of Iran, Eram Garden, and the Tomb of one of the two most revered Iranian poets—Hafez and Saadi. Then the tour ends by going to Ali Ibn Hamzeh Shrine (with mirror tiles covering the whole wall and domed roof), and Quran Gate
Day 2

Overnight Yazd

The following destination will be Yazd, (490) km away which we’ll reach in the afternoon, however not before making a few stops along the way to visit some major locales: Persepolis (an age-old building, as magnificent as history, remained from the ancient times of Iran which is considered as a major symbol of this ancient land); the Necropolis of Naqsh-e Rostam, (the final resting spot of the Achaemenid rulers which has weathered the passing of centuries and stands today as the silent indication of Persia’s illustrious past.); and Pasargadae (the Tomb and Palaces of Cyrus the Great).
Day 3

Overnight Yazd

After breakfast we’ll start a tour around the city in the morning that includes visiting the Towers of Silence, Zoroastrian’s Fire Temple (a tranquil spot with a peaceful sense of spirituality which pervades the air), Water Museum, and Amir Chakhmagh Square. In the afternoon we are going to visit Yazd’s traditional urban area, where you’ll be able to admire the Jaame Mosque (decorated with white and turquoise geometric tiles with a couple of minarets among the highest in Iran), Alexander Prison, and Zour Khaneh (Iranian’s traditional gymnasium).
Day 4

Overnight Isfahan

While driving to Esfahan – 250 km away – we’ll make a few stops to visit Chak Chak (the famous Zoroastrian’s Pantheon), the old Caravanserai, and ecologically friendly Ice House (used to store ice during the year) and Pigeon Tower (a bird house used for genuine organic farming) in Meybod. Next we take a look at Jame Mosque, a decent specimen of old Islamic Persian Architecture in Nain, reaching our destination in the afternoon. Soaking up the atmosphere during the evening, we’ll walk by the river to visit the historical bridges
Day 5

Overnight Isfahan

With much more of Isfahan to explore in the morning, we’ll visit the following site: the UNESCO World Heritage site, Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Image of the World Square), a significant historical site built by Shah Abbas I at the beginning of the 17th century; the graceful and stylish in appearance, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque; the dignified Imam Mosque; and pleasingly glorious Ali Qapu Palace (meaning High Porte). The afternoon will be dedicated to visiting the bazaar, where you are going to be introduced to the Iranian handicrafts and workshops
Day 6

Overnight Tehran

To complete Isfahan, we’ll take a walk through Jaame Mosque (a UNESCO World Heritage site illustrating a succession of decorative styles and architectural development of various periods in Iranian Islamic architecture), the worth seeing Vank Cathedral (showing a delightful fusion between Islamic and Christian patterns and architecture), and Maria Church. The final spot to visit— before flying to Tehran in the evening— will be the UNESCO World Heritage site Chehel Sotoun Palace (with incredible murals/paintings covering the walls of the inside of the Palace, each with a unique story).
Day 7

Overnight Departure

Before flying back home we’ll explore— on our final day— a number of fabulous museums including Iran National Museum (a stunning collection of ancient artifacts); Glassware & Ceramics Museum (with hundreds of glass and ceramic pieces from difference ages and places); and possibly Jewelry Museum (with lots of stunning jewels to see like one of the world largest pink diamond called the Sea of Light) and the UNESCO World Heritage site, Golestan Palace (a magnificent complex with a scope of various galleries and museums throughout).

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 875 €

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Glimpse of Persia (7 D)

This 7-day tour is an ideal option for those who want to mix the natural beauty of Iran and its historical taste. It starts in Shiraz and continues with a 3-day trekking and hiking in some of the most spectacular areas replete with filled flowing streams, and green forests. You have also an opportunity to explore, among other places, Isfahan and Tehran in depth and get a glimpse at Abyaneh, the best place to experience Iranian rural architecture.

Visited Cities & Towns: Shiraz-Kahkaran-Sisakht- Isfahan-Abyaneh- Kashan-Tehran

 

Day 1

Overnight Shiraz

Having a relaxing transfer to the hotel, upon your arrival in Shiraz, you’ll have enough time to rest before your Shiraz tour begins. We aim to visit the grand remains of the UNESCO World Heritage site, Persepolis (a must visit in Iran with lots of history). Next, we take a glance at Naqsh-e Rostam (Necropolis) remaining as persisting memory of ancient great kings of Persia. We, then return to Shiraz in the afternoon to start our half-day city tour including Vakil Bazaar, Nasir’ol Molk Mosque, Narenjestan, and Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine
Day 2

Overnight Kahkaran

Today we are going to start a 3-day trekking through the area of Sepidan in the midst of peaceful scenes to get a fascinating insight into this region. We drive from Shiraz to Beheshte Gomshodeh (Lost Paradise), situated at 120 km northwest of Shiraz with intact landscape and tranquility where you walk over a scenic route to reach Kahkaran before sunset. The tour includes River Crossing, visiting the Jiderzar village with friendly dwellers, and several hours of strolling through oak trees. We are going to stay overnight in a camp in Kahkaran
Day 3

Overnight Camping

Packing the camping equipment, early in the morning, we’ll set out trekking towards Gambil Valley (where the pleasant atmosphere and stream of lucid water will assuredly put an indelible impact on you on you). The starting point for the gorge trail is at an altitude of 2100 meters. To traverse the gorge we should pass out of the water several times. Scrolling through the gorge, we will see walnut, fig, and wild blackberry trees. We’ll finally reach Nomadic tents aiming at staying overnight under the starry sky, an incredible sight to behold a long way from the city lights.
Day 4

Overnight Isfahan

Today we move to Sisakht, (a cold snow-covered city which flaunts the white picture of beauty and grace during winter). The region is replete— during other seasons— with filled flowing streams, delicate wind, gardens full of flowers and fruits, and green forests. We also take a glance at the delightful Cheshmeh Mishi (Mishi Spring). We’ll then drive to Isfahan (325km), aiming at visiting the remarkable Semirom Waterfalls on the way. With a height of 32 meters, it shows off its beauty as a silver carpet amidst the stony walls. We’ll arrive in Isfahan in the evening
Day 5

Overnight Isfahan

Our full-day city tour of Isfahan includes some principle attractions: the Chehel Sotoun Palace (a UNESCO World Heritage site with the most colorful and vibrant paintings on the ceiling and walls.), Naqsh-e Jahan Square (meaning Image of the World Square), Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque (with the eye-catching intricacy of its architectural detail), Imam Mosque (with wonderful mosaics, niches in the roof, and extraordinary decorations), and Ali Qapu Palace (an architectural masterwork). After lunch, you visit the old bazaar to get familiarized with the Iranian handicrafts and workshops
Day 6

Overnight Tehran

Today we are moving to Tehran aiming at visiting Abyaneh (the best place to see the rural architecture and traditional dresses of local people). Next, we make a few stops on the way to visit the best Iranian houses in size and architecture (for example, Borujerdis House, Ameri House, and Abbasi House), and the glorious Mosque of Agha Bozorg (used as a mosque and likewise as a theological school). We then visit the UNESCO World Heritage site Fin Garden, a highlight of Kashan before leaving the city to Tehran
Day 7

Overnight Departure

Our full-day tour of Tehran starts with a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site, Golestan Palace the most famous building of which is the Mirror Hall. Next we visit a number of fabulous museums including National Museum of Iran, (which shows relics from the 6th millennium B.C. till the Islamic period); Glass & Ceramics Museum (displaying objects from the 2nd millennium B.C. to the modern day); and possibly Treasury of National Jewelry Museum (which accommodates the largest pink diamonds in the world). In the late evening, we are going to the airport to fly back home.

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 875 €

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Incredible Persia (7 D)

This is a 7-day tour from northeast to northwest of Iran where you have an opportunity to visit the most acclaimed religious shrine in Mashhad, followed by some spectacular natural beauties including Kandovan Village. This tour is one of the best options for those who are interested in combining religion, nature, and history. You start from Mashhad and continue through the Silk Road to Shahrood. We also experience some other major spots, among which, the coolness of Jangal-e Abr (Cloud Forest and the heat of the Great Salt Desert. Your trip finally ends in Tabriz . Visited Cities & Towns: Mashhad, Shahrud, Damghan, Tehran, Zanjan, Tabriz, Kandovan

 

Day 1

Overnight Mashhad

After your arrival in Mashhad, you will be transferred to the hotel to take a short rest. We are going to go on an excursion to visit Tomb of Ferdowsi in Tous (a well-known Iranian poet and the creator of Shahnameh, an immortal epic) and Tomb of Khayyam in Neyshabur (a famous Persian astronomer, mathematician, and poet known to English-speaking readers through a collection of his robaiyat ). We then drive back to Mashhad to visit Imam Reza shrine (a highly spiritual place with mystical porticos opening up into glorious courtyards, all with their own histories).
Day 2

Overnight Shahrud

In the morning, we drive the Silk Road to the city of Shahrud (considered a reliable route for caravans in ancient times due to its location at an intersection of four roads) aiming to visit— on the way— monuments which existed alongside the road at its flourishing time including Caravanserais and a Mil (minaret) utilized as a guide for traveling the Silk Road. We also take a look at Abolhasan Kharaghani Tomb before experiencing the coolness of Jangal-e Abr (Cloud Forest)— where slopes cling to the clouds during sunset— and the heat of the Great Salt Desert.
Day 3

Overnight Tehran

In the morning we drive from Shahrood to Tehran visiting Damghan on the way. It is an ancient city that holds many secrets. We are going to visit the Tarikhane Mosque (the most ancient mosque of Iran, which has preserved its original form, being built in the first century after the advent of Islam in Iran). Next, we visit Shah Abbasi Caravanserai, one of the 999 Caravanserais, built by Shah Abbas in Iran. These buildings are of significance from a cultural, historical, and architectural point of view. In the evening we arrive in Tehran.
Day 4

Overnight Tehran

Today our sightseeing tour of the capital of Iran will begin with a visit to Golestan Palace, which is one of the main attractions in the old part of the city, the National Museum, (the first science museum in Iran that holds a number of exhibits showing objects dating back to 8 thousand years ago). The tour will be continued by visiting the Jewelry Museum, which houses the largest pink diamond in the world, Peacock Throne, and much other interesting jewelry. In the evening, we’ll end our tour with strolling through the impressive Grand Bazaar
Day 5

Overnight Zanjan

We are going to drive to towards Zanjan visiting, on the way, Chehel Sotoun, a Safavid pavilion which stands amid gardens in the central square of the old city of Qazvin. Next, we’ll have an opportunity to visit the Dome of Soltaniyeh, the oldest double-shell dome in Iran and outstanding monument of Persian architecture with one of the largest domes in the world, built of brick. The octagonal building is crowned with a 50 m tall dome covered in turquoise-blue faience and encompassed by eight slim minarets. We are going to stay overnight in Zanjan.
Day 6

Overnight Tabriz

Heading to Tabriz (280 km), we will arrive in the afternoon. Our half-day tour starts with a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Grand Bazaar. As the biggest roofed bazaar in the world, this magnificent construction contains a large number of separate Caravanserais and impressive Timchehs (arcades). We end our tour by visiting Constitution House of Tabriz (an image of challenging authoritarianism in contemporary Iranian history) followed by a glance at the famous historic Blue Mosque (with somehow unique dark blue color).
Day 7

Overnight Departure

Today we will go on an excursion to Kandovan one of the world’s few rock-hewn towns, which is still functioning today. A living example of human adjustment to exceptionally unusual natural surroundings where people live in man-made houses made of rocks. We then move to the Aras Valley to visit a standout amongst the most picturesque valleys in the Middle East, where we have a chance to look at the UNESCO World Heritage site, St. Stepanos Monastery (located in a deep canyon along the Aras River). Returning to Tabriz You’ll be prepared to fly back home

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 925 €

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North by Northwest (7 D)

Probably, no other theme tour besides this 7-day trip can provide you with a full-fledged glimpse of north and northwest of Iran in such a short span. We recommend this tour to those who like to have a tour focused on nature rather than major cities. There are, however, good opportunities to visit some historical monuments as well. Vast plains, rare plants and flowers, wild beauties, rural landscape, foggy valleys, and traditional lifestyle of people are among the unique features of this 7-day tour.

Visited Cities and Towns: Tabriz, Sarab, Khalkhal, Asalem, Masuleh, Fuman, Olasbelanga Countryside, Talesh, Rasht, Lahijan, Anzali, Gilan

 

Day 1

Overnight Kandovan

Following a 70-minute flight from Tehran we land in Tabriz, where we’ll take a full day tour around the city visiting the Grand Bazaar (the biggest roofed bazaar in the world). Next, we will visit the Constitution House (the gathering place for the revolutionary leaders and sympathizers of the constitutional movement). Then we visit Iron Age Museum (a magnificent museum with numerous items from pre-historic time until today), the Blue Mosque, and the Amir Nezam House. In the evening we’ll drive to Kandovan – 60 km away – where we are going to spend the night.
Day 2

Overnight Tabriz

Today we will go on a full-day excursion to the Aras Valley a standout amongst the most scenic valleys in the Middle East, where we get ready to take a look at two Armenian monasteries (both are on UNESCO World Heritage List): St. Thaddeus and St. Stepanos. These eye-catching churches (which represent the outstanding Universal Value of Armenian decorative and architectural traditions) are significant both culturally and historically due to their great antiquity and religiously because of their importance among Christians of Iran and Armenia
Day 3

Overnight Masuleh

Today we’ll be driving to Masuleh, 590 km east of Tabriz, en route visiting Sarab, Khalkhal and Asalem. On the way to Asalem you are going to experience untouched and pristine nature around the Khalkhal-Asalem road. Vast plains, rare plants and flowers, wild beauties, rural landscape, the mass of tall trees, valleys of fogs that darken the road, and traditional lifestyle of people are among the unique features of this road. We’ll spend the night in Masuleh in which the roof of the lower house turns into the terrace for the higher level (an integrated architecture).
Day 4

Overnight Rasht

After visiting the historical village of Masuleh, we’ll drive towards Rasht – 55 km away – visiting Fuman and the Roudkhan Castle during the trip. After crossing a mountainous winding road covered by dense forests, we’ll arrive in the castle. As a brick and stone structure, the Rood-khan Castle is one of the largest military castles in the north of Iran. Sitting at the two peaks of a mountain, this old castle involves an area of about 2.6 hectares and is fortified by strong battlements and fortifications at a length of 1,550 meters.
Day 5

Overnight Rasht

Today we’ll take an excursion to Masal, visiting Olasbelanga Countryside (a wonderful place with its mountainous spectacular areas and intact nature) before moving to Talesh (located on the southwest coast of Caspian Sea). It is located 140 km northwest of Rasht, on the southwest coast of the Caspian Sea. We’ll then head back to Rasht. A visit to the local Bazaar and Rasht Museum (a two- storied building comprising three sections: the anthropological, archeological, and an area displaying documents) will close the day.
Day 6

Overnight Anzali

The next stop will be Lahijan (the town of tea gardens)—50km away— where we’ll take a gondola lift up to the Tea Farms. The city, which mirrors a mixture of Iranian and European architectural styles, is situated on the southern slope of the Alborz mountain range. In the afternoon we’ll drive to Anzali, stopping at one of the most delightful watery landscapes in Iran— Anzali Lagoon— well-known for the boat trips. As a home to migrant birds, it is also a decent place for bird watching and an important sanctuary for wildlife
Day 7

Overnight Departure

Today we’ll drive back to Tehran (375 km) en route visiting Gilan Rural Heritage Museum (about 15 Kilometers far away from Rasht) where you are plunged into the beauty of a genuine world of traditions and customs and have the opportunity to explore the rural environment. This unique Eco-Museum (with a total surface area of 260 hectares) has been built in order to reveal the hidden corners of Gilan people’s lifestyle and culture. You’ll reach Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport in the afternoon to fly back home

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 875 €

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Splendor of Western Iran (7 D)

This is another 7-day tour dedicated to the magnificence and uniqueness of Western Iran, where you are visiting the delightful religious monuments such as the blue mosque and Saint Stepanos Monastery, along with the unique Kandovan Village. The tour includes, but not limited to, the remarkable Ganjnameh (inscriptions carved in three different languages: Old Persian, Babylonian, and Elamite), Behistun inscription, and the Tomb of Esther and Mordecai (the most important pilgrimage site for Jews in Iran).

Visited Cities & Towns: Tabriz, Kandovan, Hamadan, Kermanshah, Tehran

 

Day 1

Overnight Tabriz

Upon arrival in Tehran, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. After a rest, we’ll fly to Tabriz, one of the major cities located along the famous Silk Road. Once in Tabriz, we go on an excursion to Osku county aiming at visiting one of the whimsical creations of nature— the village of Kandovan. It is famous for its magnificent beauty as well as its uniqueness that comes from the fact that its homes have been made in caves situated in cone-shaped rock formation, thus making the scenic village look like a huge termite colony
Day 2

Overnight Tabriz

We will be on a road trip again towards the Iranian-Azerbaijani border aiming at visiting the Safavid caravanserai and Chapel of Chupan (a small church of the 16th century which may have been built for the shepherds). We then continue our journey along the Aras River, (the natural border between Azerbaijan and Iran) in the direction of Saint Stepanos Monastery, located in a picturesque valley with natural streams. There are, (among other things worthy of note), some impressive figurative bas-reliefs on the outside walls. We’ll return to Tabriz in the evening
Day 3

Overnight Zanjan

In the morning we’ll start our half-day tour Tabriz to explore the city’s attractions. We begin with the largest covered bazaar in the world— Tabriz Bazaar. With its high arches and vaults decorated with paintings, it is one of the spectacular examples of Persian architecture. Next, we take a look at the magnificent Blue Mosque (decorated with tiles in all shades of blue and turquoise). The glorious Blue Mosque is breathtaking with an impressive interior and some wonderful tile-works. In the afternoon we are going to leave the city to Zanjan
Day 4

Overnight Hamadan

In the morning we are going to drive to Hamadan (591km), visiting one of the highest brick structure in the world— Soltaniyeh Dome (also known as the Mausoleum of Oljaytu). It is characterized by its spatial proportions, innovative engineering structure, decorative patterns and techniques, and the architectural forms. We then continue our journey towards Hamadan where we have an opportunity to see Ali Sadr Cave. In the cave, there are numerous lakes of various sizes (which are interconnected by tunnels). Moving in the cave is done by boat
Day 5

Overnight Hamadan

Today will be dedicated to sightseeing of Hamadan, a city rooted in history. In ancient times, it was called Ecbatana and was the summer residence of the Persian kings. The tour includes: the Alavids Dome, (one of the post-Islamic masterpieces of Stucco and architecture); Tomb of Esther and Mordecai (the most important pilgrimage site for Jews in Iran); and the Tomb of Avicenna (one of the most significant Persian thinkers). We’ll end our tour by visiting the remarkable Ganjnameh, (inscriptions carved in three different languages: Old Persian, Babylonian, and Elamite).
Day 6

Overnight Tehran

We are going to drive to Kermanshah (160km). 7km from the city is a complex of rock-cut reliefs called Taq-e Bostan. (Here are scenes from the coronation of the Sassanid emperors, and hunting). 30 km east of Kermanshah is one of the most important historical sites of Iran— Behistun inscription (Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List). It is carved on a cliff at an altitude of 100m and refers to the Achaemenid era. (This stunning inscription is a cuneiform text of 400 lines in three ancient languages: Old Persian, Elamite, and Babylonian). In the evening we fly to Tehran.
Day 7

Departure

Our full-day tour of Tehran starts with the Golestan Palace, (representing an outstanding example of the merging of Persian architecture and arts with European motifs and styles). Next, we see the Treasury of National Jewelry Museum (possibly) that holds one of the most stunning collections of jewelry in the world. We also visit the Museum of Reza Abbasi (displaying the history of Persian culture and art). We’ll end our tour by visiting Tabiat Bridge (the most extensive pedestrian overpass in Iran). In the evening you’ll be transferred to the airport for departure

Tour Include:
visa Processing service
Accomodation In Hotel 3* 4*
Transportation : Air condition vehicle our trasfers in private vehicle.
The Food:Three meals every day (Breakfast,lunch, Dinner)
Tour Guide: Full-Time qualified Tour Guide In English Or Your Chosen Language .
Domestic flight ticket
Special Services : Full-Time Free 3G – 4G Internet Access Depends On reception of the places.
Price : 875 €

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