Cultural

Iran is a treasure house for some of the most beautiful architecture on the planet. Seemingly at every turn, Islam’s historical commitment to aesthetic beauty and exquisite architecture reigns supreme. The sublime, turquoise-tiled domes and minarets of Esfahan’s Naqsh-e Jahan (Imam) Square get so many appreciative gasps of wonder, and rightly so, but there are utterly magnificent rivals elsewhere, in Yazd and Shiraz among others. And it’s not just the mosques — the palaces (especially in Tehran), gardens (everywhere, but Kashan really shines) and artfully conceived bridges and other public buildings all lend grace and beauty to cities across the country Redefining Hospitality
Iran’s greatest attraction could just be its people. The Iranians, a nation made up of numerous ethnic groups and influenced over thousands of years by Greek, Arab, Turkic and Mongol occupiers, are endlessly welcoming. Offers to sit down for tea will be an everyday occurrence, and if you spend any time at all with Iranians, you’ll often find yourself invited to share a meal in someone’s home. Say yes whenever you can, and through it experience first-hand, Iranian culture, ancient, sophisticated and warm. It’s these experiences that will live longest in the memory.

Iran is a multicultural country including numerous ethnic and linguistic groups. The Persian is an Iranian ethnic group that makes up over half of the population of Iran. They share a common cultural system and are native speakers of the Persian language, as well as closely related languages. Azeris (16%), Kurds (10%) and Lors (6%) are some of the other ethnic groups in Iran.
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7 Days

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  • Best time: Autumn,  Spring
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  • Join in: Tehran – End in: Shiraz
  • Max altitude: X
Detailed Itinerary
Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 (ARRIVE IN TEHRAN)

Arrive in Tehran. Morning rest in the hotel. Visiting Darband and lunch at Darband restaurant. Afternoon visit to Niavaran Complex and Sa’ad Abad complex.

Day 2 (TEHRAN CITY)

Full day city tour of Tehran includes the Carpet Museum, Golestan Palace, Jewels Museum, lunch at a local restaurant in Tehran Bazaar.

Day 3 (DRIVE TO KASHAN)

Morning drive to Kashan (247 Km), lunch at a local restaurant. The afternoon city tour includes Fin Garden, Borujerdis. House, Tabatabieis’ House, Golabgiri Qamsar (if In April)

Day 4 (DRIVE TO ISFAHAN)

Morning drive to Isfahan (216 Knt), rest in hotel and lunch at local restaurant.Afternoon city tour includes the Chehel Sotoun and Si-o-seh Pol bridge and Khaju bridge.

Day 5 (ISFAHAN)

Full day tour city includes Vank Cathedral, Ali Qapu, Sheikh lotfollah Mosque, Naghshe Jahan square. lunch at a local restaurant and rest in the hotel.

Day 6 (DRIVE TO SHIRAZ)

Drive to Shiraz (482 Km).in the way lunch at a local restaurant and visit TakhteJamshid (Persepolis) and Naqsh.e Rustam, then rest In the hotel.
Eram garden

Day 7 (SHIRAZ CITY)

The full day city tour includes visiting Eram Garden, Arg.e Karim Khan Zand, Pars museum, Vakil mosque, Narenjestan museum and tombs of Hafez and Saadi.

9 Days

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  • Best time: Autumn,  Spring
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  • Join in: Tehran – End in: Shiraz
  • Max altitude: X
Detailed Itinerary
Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 (ARRIVE IN TEHRAN)

Arrive in Tehran. Morning rest in the hotel. Visiting Darband and lunch at Darband restaurant. Afternoon visit to Niavaran Complex and Sa’ad Abad complex.

Day 2 (TEHRAN CITY)

Full day city tour of Tehran includes the Carpet Museum, Golestan Palace, Jewels Museum, lunch at a local restaurant in Tehran Bazaar.

Day 3 (DRIVE TO KASHAN)

Morning drive to Kashan (247 Km), lunch at a local restaurant. The afternoon city tour includes Fin Garden, Borujerdis. House, Tabatabieis’ House, Golabgiri Qamsar (if In April)

Day 4 (DRIVE TO ISFAHAN)

Morning drive to Isfahan (216 Knt), rest in hotel and lunch at local restaurant.Afternoon city tour includes the Chehel Sotoun and Si-o-seh Pol bridge and Khaju bridge.

Day 5 (ISFAHAN)

Full day tour city includes Vank Cathedral, Ali Qapu, Sheikh lotfollah Mosque, Naghshe Jahan square. lunch at a local restaurant and rest in the hotel.
yazd

Day 6 (DRIVE TO YAZD)

morning drive to Yazd( 311 km) visit jaame mosque, rest in hotel and lunch at a local restaurant. The afternoon city tour includes the monuments of in the historical texture (Dolataabad garden &fire temple)

Day 7 (YAZD CITY)

Full day tour city includes Amir Chakhmaq Complex, Aab Museum, the tower of silence & desert.

Day 8 (DRIVE TO SHIRAZ)

Drive to Shiraz (482 Km).0n the way lunch at local restaurant and visit TakhteJamshid (Persepolis) and Naqsh.e Rustam, then rest In hotel.
Eram garden

Day 9 (SHIRAZ CITY)

The full day city tour includes visiting Eram Garden, Arg.e Karim Khan Zand, Pars museum, Vakil mosque, Narenjestan museum and tombs of Hafez and Saadi.

12 Days

shiraz

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  • Best time: Autumn,  Spring
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  • Join in: Tehran – End in: X
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Detailed Itinerary
Detailed Itinerary

First Ngiht

arrival at Imam Khomeini airport in Tehran and welcoming agency agent and move to Kashan

Day 1

visit city historical buildings, visit the Garden of Finn (UNESCO World Register) and watch the historic dining room, night for dinner, (night stay in Kashan).

Day 2

In the morning, 5:30 hours driving to Isfahan, we will visit the turquoise domes (if you interested to visit beautiful and historic village of Abyaneh in between Kashan and Esfahan we can stay there), watch The village will be very attractive for tourists due to the importance of Abyaneh in terms of ethnography and historical texture,) After visiting the village of Abyaneh,and ground city (Nush Abad) we will continue our journey towards Isfahan. (Night stay in Isfahan).

Day 3

Visiting the Naghshe Jahan Square, one of the most beautiful and most magnificent historical monuments of UNESCO registry in Iran, visiting the magnificent Qapu Palace, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, Shah Abbas Mosque, watching and buying handicrafts and original Persian carpets In Naghshe Jahan Square, lunch at one of the traditional Iranian restaurants, and then visit the Royal Palace and Chehel Soton Palace, another UNESCO record store in Isfahan. (Night stay in Isfahan).

Day 4

In the morning visiting the Jameh Mosque of Isfahan (UNESCO registry), you will see the height of the art of Art craftsmanship in this historic mosque, then move to the Armenian neighborhood of Isfahan and visit the magnificent Vank Cathedral, then we will visit the Musical Museum of Isfahan, The main important for Charm of The music museum of Isfahan is that you can also get acquainted with past Iranian instruments, hear the sound of musical instruments and enjoy the live performance of the band. At night, we will go to the historic bridges of the Si- o she Pole (thirty-three bridges) and the bridge of Khaju. (Night stay in Isfahan).

Day 5

we drive to Varzaneh desert, What you can experience:

 

  • Sunset over the Ghootan Mountain
  • Watch the stars and spend a night by the campfire in the heart of the desert
  • Stay at a Traditional Hotel complete with free internet (with a bath and personal toilets)
  • Experience a sunset by the Gav Khuni Marsh and Black Mountain
  • Visit the Temple of Anahita and watch the Traditional watering of Gav Chah
  • Take a stroll over the Sand mountains
  • Visit the Salt Lake
yazd

Day 6

Move from Isfahan to Yazd, Yazd, in the heart of Iran’s central desert. We stop in the direction of Isfahan to Yazd and watch the beautiful scenery of the desert and then continue our journey to Yazd. (Night stay in Yazd).

Day 7

Due to its unique historical context, Yazd is the only UNESCO registered city in Iran. In Yazd, we can see the symbols of civilization rising from the desert. Visit the beautiful garden of Dolatabad (one of the nine Iranian gardens registered by UNESCO), then visit the Fahadan neighborhood and the Amir Chakhmakh Yazd complex and the Zoroastrian Temple. Dinner in one of the most beautiful historic houses in Yazd (night stay in Yazd).

Day 8

We move from Yazd to Fars province. First, we go to Pasargadae. Pasargadae (UNESCO World Register) The tomb of Cyrus the Great, is the founder of the Hellenistic dynasty and besides that it was the pattern of all the Iranian gardens after them, of course, there is no trace of these gardens.

Then we will go to Persepolis, the capital of the Achaemenid dynasty. Despite its 2,500 years, Persepolis still has a great glory and attracts every tourist. The description of the tour guide will add to your attractiveness and understanding of this great work. After the Persepolis, we will go to the role of Rustam, where the tomb of the Achaemenid kings and the Ka’bah of Zardash are located. Then we would go to the city of poets and poetry, Shiraz. (Night stay in Shiraz).

Day 9

visiting Zandieh complex including mosque, bath, market and Karimkhan aarg(citadel), the construction of these buildings dates back from when Karim Khan Zand became the king of Iran and selected Shiraz as his capital. Afternoon we go to a traditional restaurant to eat native Shiraz foods and visit the tomb of Saadi and Hafiz Shirazi. Then we move to the airport of Shiraz flight to Tehran. Then we move to Qeshm(night stay in Qeshm).
persepolise

Day 10

Visiting Hormuz island maybe the best place in your tour(Night stay in Hormoz).
Eram garden

Day 11

Visiting Hengam island & Then we move to the airport of Shiraz flight to Tehran and lodging in a hotel in Tehran

Day 12

visits to the historic sites of the capital include the Golestan Palace (UNESCO World Register), the National Jewelry Museum and the Museum of Carpet or the Museum of Reza Abbasi, the night for dinner (night stay in Tehran). Then we move to international airport of Tehran.
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