Duration: 9 days/ 8 nights
Location: Iran
Price: € 661
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Cultural Group Tour to Iran

Day 1

  • Arrival in Shiraz, transfer to the hotel

 

Overnight: hotel in Shiraz

Day 2

  • Tour around amazing Narenjestan Palace and Gardens
  • Visit to Vakil Bazaar for buying souvenirs
  • Visit to the grave of the Iranian poet Hafez. Hafez Shirazi is one of the greatest lyricists in the world literature.
  • The tour continues to the tombs of poets Saadi. Sa’adi is a poet, philosopher, and mystic known as the father of tourism. He traveled to different countries and cities and then collected all his experiences in verse and rhyme-prose.
  • Filed trip to Arg-E Karim-Karim Khan Citadel located in the downtown
  • Ali Ebn-e Hamze
  • Holy shrine
  • Visit to Shah Cheragh Shrine – one of the most beautiful shrines in Iran with its beautiful dome, wonderful lighting, and mirror-work

 

Overnight: hotel in Shiraz

Meals: breakfast

Day 3

  • Trip to Persepolis – the ancient Persian city founded in the VI-V century BC. e., the capital of the vast empire of the Achaemenids. To date, this city is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
  • On the way stop at Pasargadae – the ancient Persian city, the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire.
  • Trip to Yazd

 

Overnight: hotel in Yazd

Meals: breakfast

Day 4

  • Tour around Yazd town which is located in a remote area where two deserts converge. The buildings in the town are mainly made of adobe and mud bricks.
  • Visit to the fire temple  – Atashkadeh
  • Visit to the silent towers and Bagh-E-Dolatabad house with the tallest wind tower in the city
  • Explore Yazd Bazaar known for its high quality textiles, carpets, sweets, nuts and much more.
  • Trip to Isfahan
  • Relaxing walk along the shores of Zayanderoud River.

 

Overnight: hotel in Isfahan

Meals: breakfast

Day 5

  • Stroll around the largest area of Isfahan – Naqsh-e Jahan. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The next stop will be at the grand forty-eight meters high Ali Qapu Palace in the XVII-the cent. by Shah Abbas I.
  • Visit to Sheikh Lotfollah – an example of outstanding architecture
  • Walk at the local bazaar. You will have free time to buy souvenirs and sweets.

 

Overnight: hotel in Isfahan

Meals: breakfast

Day 6

  • Motorcoach journey to Matinabad
  • Visit to the Jami mosque – the UNESCO object in Iran
  • Visit to Chehel Sotoun – an outstanding architectural masterpiece of the XVII-the cent. Once it was used by Iranian shahs for entertainment and receptions of dignitaries and ambassadors.
  • Tour around Hasht Behesht Palace
  • The last excursion will be at the Minare Jonban – the tomb of a Sufi with its shaking minarets and some historical bridges.
  • Stop in Matinabad village

 

Overnight: hotel in Matinabad

Meals: breakfast

Day 7

  • Camel riding and cycling in Matinabad (optional)
  • Trip to Kashan – “the city of carpets and roses”
  • Stroll around Fin Garden – the historical Persian Garden with a Fin Bath
  • Trip to Tehran
  • Visit to Imam Khomeini mausoleum

 

Overnight: hotel in Kashan

Meals: breakfast

Day 8

  • City tour around Tehran – the largest city in Iran
  • Visit to Golestan Palace – one of the most ancient architectural sights in Iran. It consists of royal buildings and gardens.
  • Excursion to the National Museum which contains 300000 artifacts
  • Visit to Milad and Azadi towers

 

Overnight: hotel in Tehran

Meals: breakfast

Day 9

  • Transfer to the airport, departure

The price of the tour per person – € 661

Single supplement – € 127

 

The price of the tour includes:

  • Transfer to/from the airport
  • Accommodation in 3/4* hotels
  • English-speaking guide’s services
  • Meals – breakfast
  • Transport
  • Visa reference code for Iran
  • Admission fees

 

The price of the tour doesn’t include:

  • Flights
  • Visa fee
  • Medical insurance
  • Lunches and dinners
Start Date

Oct 20, 2018

Nov 17, 2018

Dec 22, 2018

Dec 29, 2018

Feb 16, 2019

March 02, 2019

 

End Date

Oct 28, 2018

Nov 25, 2018

Dec 30, 2018

Jan 06, 2019

Feb 24, 2019

March 10, 2019