For centuries, adventurous and innovative merchants from across the globe enabled and flourished international trade from the most remote corners of Asia and Africa to almost every town and city in Europe through Persia – the heart of the Middle East. From exotic herbs, perfume, medicine, textile, wood, artifacts and oil to poems, stories and religious relics.
Get ready to experience a bit of it – right where it happened!
|Group size: 5||Price per person: €790||Single room supplement: €270|
|Group size: 10||Price per person: €670||Single room supplement: €270|
This tour can be operated in Spring and Summer season.
The First day
Upon arrival at Tehran international airport, our agent will meet you to assist with the arrival practicalities, as well as arranging your transfer to the hotel.
Your first overnight is in Tehran, the capital.
The Second day
Historical events and decisions were made inside the rooms and the corridors of Golestan Palace in Tehran, where we start our first excursion of the first day.
The National Museum will then display fabulous historical items from 5000 BC onwards to show a glimpse of a long standing culture and civilization in Iran.
The National Museum of Jewelry will not show anything short of the finest collection of historical as well as Royal treasures.
The Third day
The day starts with a visit to Abgineh Museum, which displays a historical glassware and ceramic collection.
Persian carpets are not only beautiful, unique and valuable, but also have a special place in the Persian culture. Your experience at the Carpet Museum will be unique.
The day will be rounded up by visiting Saad-Abad Palace; the residence of the last Emperor of Iran.
The Forth day
The city of Kashan is like an oasis in the desert. In the heart of Kashan, we will visit the traditional House of Borujerdi, where we will see how the Persian upper class used to live in old day.
A major political event in Iran’s history took place in Fin Garden of Kashan, which was evolved around a great Iranian scholar and statesman. Let’s discuss it when we get there!
The Fifth day
A Persian proverb says: “If you’ve seen Isfahan, then you’ve seen half of the world”.
Visiting the artistically built Chehel-Soroon Palace will be followed by visiting the world’s largest ancient square, Naghsh-e Jahan Square, which is surrounded and embraced by Isfahan’s Grand Bazaar.
Aali-Ghapoo Palace, which is adjacent to Royal Mosque and in front of Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque will be the next sites on the visiting list.
The magnificent Vank Church, an Armenian Cathedral, and adjacent museum are our next stops.
The ancient bridges Si-O-Se Pol and Pol-e Khadjo will be the next attractions to see before calling off the day.
The Sixth day
The day starts by visiting Masjed Jameh, the oldest mosque in Isfahan, which is located in the old part of Isfahan.
We will then visit a traditional Iranian Zour-Khaneh, where the ancient Iranian warriors used to sharpen their skills and to stay fit.
The next visit will be to the old “Swinging Minarets” of Isfahan, Menar-e Jonban.
The Zoroastrian fire temple of Isfahan, Atashgah, will be the last historical place to visit in this amazing city.
Visiting a Pigeon Tower, an ancient agricultural fertilization structure, will be on the day’s agenda too.
The Seventh day
On the road from Isfahan to Shiraz, we will observe the vastness and diversity of the Iranian landscape.
Prior to arrival to Shiraz, we will visit Pasargad, the final resting place of Cyrus The Great of Achaemenid Empire.
The Eighth day
On this day, we have many ancient sites to visit, where an unmatched experience of the grandiose of the Persian Empire will be guaranteed. We will visit Persepolis, the capital of the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great (559–530 BC), followed by Naghshe-Rostam, and finally Naghshe- Rajab.
Before we call the day, we will visit the famous Vakil Bazaar, the traditional and historical market place in Shiraz.
The Ninth day
A visit to Shiraz is not completed without visiting the mausoleums of the famous Iranian poets, i.e. Hafiz and Saadi.
Eram Garden and Narenjestan Museum will be next on the day’s agenda, where one can expedience the beauty of the Persian gardens. The English word “Paradise” is coming from the Persian word for garden, i.e. “Pardis”.
By the end of the program, you will be transferred to and assisted at the airport for your departure.