Upon your early morning arrival in Tehran airport, you will be cordially received by our representative carrying our logo who accompanies you to your hotel where you can take rest and you have time to take rest and get ready for tomorrow morning tour.
Your tour begins with the archaeological museum. Then you will head to the National Jewel museum in which you will visit the Priceless diamond Daryaye Noor. Lunch will be set in an Iranian Traditional restaurant.
Afterward, you will visit Golestan Garden which is made of several grand buildings set around a lovely garden.
The morning tour starts with Sa`dabad garden which dates back to Pahlavi dynasty. You can see some of these depending on the time and the preference of your tour guide. Afterward, It is time to visit the ceramic museum with impressive glassware.
The foundation of this city dates back to Sassanid era (3rd century ), in the time of Shahpour the 1st. This city was once the capital of Iran in the 16th century (Safavid era). Today you will visit the Jameh Mosque, Aliqapou palace, and then, the bazaar.
After an early breakfast, you will head to Alamout (assassins) castle which is 120 km.
Masuleh is in Gilan province, North Iran Which is at least a millennium old, it is step-like and earthy colored. next, You can explore this wonderful and beautiful village. Stay overnight in Masuleh.
Today you will drive to Sarein via Astara and you will also drive along the Caspian Sea.
Is a small town in North West Iran which is so famous for its hot spring resorts and the ski resort. Tonight you stay in Sarein.
The city tour starts right after arriving in Ardabil.
The tour starts with Sheikh Safi- od Din Mausoleum,
Archaeology museum and Ilkhanid Mongol (Jameh) mosque. You stay in Ardabil tonight.
Today we drive 226 km to visit Babak Khorramdin citadel.The landscape is fantastic.Bābak Khorram-Din was one of the main Persian revolutionary leaders of the Iranian of the Khorram-Dinān. He was the leader of a local freedom movement fighting the Abbasid Caliphate. The Khorramdin rebellion of Babak spread to the Western and Central parts of Iran and lasted more than twenty years before it was defeated.
stay overnight in Kaleibar.
Today’s excursion includes the historical border city of Julfa which is located near the Aras River and the fascinating forests of Arasbaran. Julfa is the stronghold of the Armenian Christians who possess a rich and unique culture of their own. We will visit the ancient churches there. The St. Stepanos Monastery (Maghartavank) is an Armenian monastery about 15 km northwest of Jolfa city, East Azarbaijan Province northeast Iran. Then we will drive 140 km to Tabriz. Stay overnight in Tabriz.
Visitors enjoy the sightseeing here such as the former Shah Goli or the present Eil Goli (the Shah’s pool) which is the name of a large park in Tabriz. Then, we will visit the exotic bazaar which is one of the oldest bazaars of the Middle East and the largest covered traditional bazaar in the world. The next place to visit is Kabood Mosques Remains of a Great Mosque Kabood or Jahanshah Mosque which dates back to 870 CE after the supervision of Jahanshah’s wife, Jan Beigum Khatoon.
On the way we will visit Kandowan village where the people are still living in man-made caves. We will visit the archaeological site of Takht-e Suleyman, in north-western Iran. The site includes the principal Zoroastrian sanctuary partly rebuilt in the Ilkhanid Mongo (13th century). Stay overnight in Takab.
The sightseeing starts by Hegmatane Archeological Palace. The next fascinating step will be Alavid Dome which is a four-sided interesting 12th-century mausoleum belonging to the late Seljuk period.
Baba Taher tomb which is located in a park, surrounded by flowers and winding paths. Baba Taher is known as one of the most revered and respectable early poets in Iranian literature.
Today the 1st stop is Avicenna tomb, Avicenna was a Persian polymath who is famous as one of the most significant thinkers and writers of the Islamic Golden Age.
Afterward, you drive to Alisadr Cave. Alisadr is the world’s biggest water cave, where you sit in a boat and visit the cave. This cave is located at 48°18’E 35°18’N, in the southern part of Ali Sadr village. After lunch, you will drive back to Hamedan to visit the inscriptions of Darius the Great and his son Xerxes on Alvand mountain.
Tomb of Baba Taher-e Oryan
On the way to Kermanshah, we will visit The carvings at Bisotun which are set high in the rock facing onto an important trade route for all travelers to see. The site is 30km to Kermanshah. the last one is Taaghe Bostan Which has a collection of Sassanid bass reliefs. Stay overnight in Kermanshah.
On the way, we will visit the Falak-ol-Aflak castle in Khorram Abad, dating back to Sassanian period (224-651 AD). Stay overnight in Shushtar.
During the Sassanian era, it was an island city on the Karun River and selected to become the winter capital. we will visit the charming Shushtar Hydraulic water system.
Susa is the next stop. One of the oldest cities in the world. Excavations have uncovered evidence of continual habitation dating back to 4200 BCE. we will visit the ruins of Darius the Great’s Apadana palace (Achaemenid Dynasty 550-330 BC)Archaeological museum and Daniel Mausoleum.
Next, is Chogha Zanbil temple. It is one of the few extant ziggurats outside Mesopotamia (the other is Sialk). Archaeological excavations undertaken between 1951 and 1962 revealed the site, and the ziggurat is considered to be the best-preserved example in the world. In 1979, Choqa Zanbil became the first Iranian site to be inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Stay overnight in Ahvaz.
On the way, we will stop to visit the Ancient Bishapour city dating back to Sassanian Dynasty ( 224-651 AD).
The next marvelous step will be Tang –e- Chogan which is a valley with a running river north of the Ancient city of Bishapour. There are 6 giant rock carvings on walls telling the story of the Roman Empire defeat by Sassanid king, Shapour II (309 -379) and also king Bahram II (276–293) conquering Arabs and rebels. Stay overnight in Shiraz
Shiraz is the city of Gardens, poetry, Rose and nightingales.
In full city tour of Shiraz, you will visit The Eram garden, Nasir-Al Mulk mosque, Zand complex that includes ( Karim Khan castle, Vakil bathhouse, Vakil mosque, and Vakil bazar).
Drive to Persepolis and Necropolis (60 km).
Persepolis, this magnificent site embodies the columns and imposing gateways leave you in no doubt that this is the finest jewel in the empire’s crown greatest success of the ancient Achaemenid Empire. It was the spring capital of Iran where the representatives of the neighboring states came over in Nowruz (21st of March) to visit and bring gifts for the Kings; at other times of the year, it was probably deserted. In Persepolis, there are seven palaces which are either private or public
Necropolis, (Naghshe-E-Rostam). The rock tombs are magnificent, hewn out of a cliff high above the ground, the four tombs are believed to be those of Achaemenid Kings, so the eight Sassanid bass reliefs carved beneath the facades of Achaemenid tombs depict the sense of imperial conquests and royal ceremonies.
Today you can visit the tomb of Cyrus the Great and his private and public palaces. Afterward, you will head to Abarkooh to visit The Mud-ice house and the second oldest Cyprus. Then, drive to Yazd. stay overnight there.
Yazd is the oldest adobe city in the world with its mosques, the co-existing splendid fire temple.
Full day city tour of Yazd to visit the Towers of silence where Zoroastrians used to leave the dead bodies to be eaten by the vultures, Fire temple, Amir Chakhmagh complex and you will get a breath-taking perspective of the oldest adobe city. In the afternoon you will visit the old district of the city, Alexander`s prison and Dolat Abad garden. Stay overnight in Yazd.
En-route to Isfahan, you will stop in Meybod to visit the Caravanserai, Safavid Mud-ice-house and Narin Castle.
Then, a shortstop in Nain city in order to visit one of the oldest Jamee mosques of Iran. Finally, drive to Isfahan. The afternoon is in your leisure.
Isfahan is the capital of Islamic Iran . The exquisite blue mosaics of Isfahan buildings. Its great Bazar and gorgeous bridges demand as much as your time to spare. You will visit Imam sq (Naghsh-e Jahan sq) and the bazaar. After that, you will visit chehel sotoon palace (40 columned). This palace is another highlight of Esfahan which has been built in 17 century by the grace of Safavid Kings as a governmental and ceremonial palace. You also visit Hasht Behesht(8 Paradise) Palace. Stay Overnight in Esfahan.
Isfahan. Chehelsotoon Palace.
Today you will go to the old Jameh Mosque which is well-known as the bride of the mosques or the museum of art Museum. Afterward, you will head to the wonderful Armenian Church (Vank). Stay overnight in Esfahan.
En route you will stop in Abyaneh UNESCO village which is located at the foot of Karkas mountain and in the vicinity of dessert. Appreciate the serenity of this quaint village with its splendid archaeology and meet the villagers who speak, live and dress in original Persian style. Stay in Kashan.
Kashan and its surroundings have been home to human settlements since at least 4th millennium BCE. Some of the most impressive surviving architecture is from the Qajar era, where the mansions of the rich and powerful persons, either merchants or citizens have been decorated with stucco, colored glass, and lofty wind towers. In a full day city tour of Kashan, you will visit the Historical houses such as Boroojerdiha and Tabatabaee houses, Soltan Mir Ahmad bathhouse, fin garden, Seyalk hills, and bazaar.
En route you will stop in Qom, the 2nd religious city of Iran after Mashhad, where is home to both the magnificent Hazrat-e Masoomeh shrine and the hard-line clerics who have ruled the country since 1980. Then, you will be transferred to the airport to leave Iran with fond memories.
Works of art including traditional music, delicious food and pastry are among things you will enjoy there.
no 18, 1st floor, Hadi shopping center, Serah Bargh, Ghasro-Dasht Ave, Shiraz. Iran