24 days Iran tour give you opportunity to explore most of the big cities of Iran and feel the real life of different group and tribes of Iranian people,live with them see most of the language and accent and dress code of Iranian

 

DAY 01

 

 

Tehran

 

Arrive to Tehran airport. Welcome and Greetings by our Guide, Transfer to hotel. O/N in Tehran
 

 

 

DAY 02

 

 

 

 

Tehran

 

In the Morning, start the tour with visiting the Archaelogical Museum that hosts historical monuments and medieval Iranian antiques and Golestan Complex (Two Palaces) UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE and National Jewelry Museum (open from Saturday till Tuesday) Most of the royal jewelry of Iran is in display in this museum from Safavid, Afsharid, Ghajarid and Pahlavid dynasties.  Walk through Tabiat bridge, which is the largest pedestrian overpass, built in Tehran. Back to hotel. O/N in Tehran
 

 

DAY 03

 

 

 

Tehran

 

Visit Saad Abad Palace (2 palaces) and Niavaran Palace (2 palaces) both built by the Qajar and Pahlavi monarchs then visit Tajrish Bazaar and after that go to Darband enjoy the weather.  O/N in Tehran
 

DAY 04

 

 

Tehran

 

In the morning you will visit the Grand Bazaar, a cultural experience walk between the local people and see the ancient part of the town. Tehran Grand Bazaar is not only the city’s biggest, but it’s also the largest bazaar in the world. It is a true huge local market, where locals trade gold, paper, food, copper and everything else. Tehran’s Grand Bazaar is all about bargaining And Visit Abgineh Museum (Glass and Ceramics museum). Then visit National Gate of Tehran located in Mashq Square then Malek Museum is the first private museum of Iran and one of the six large libraries holding exquisite manuscripts. O/N in Tehran
 

Day 05

 

Tehran

Ramsar

Drive to Ramsar. Enjoy the beautiful amazing landscapes and roads. O/N in Ramsar
 

DAY 06

 

Ramsar

Ardebil

Drive to Ardebil. Enjoy the beautiful amazing landscapes and roads. O/N in Ardebil
 

 

DAY 07

 

 

Ardebil

Tabriz

In the Morning visit Sheykh Safi Monument (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE). Drive to Tabriz. Visit Tabriz Bazaar (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE), then Visit Il goli Park. O/N in Tabriz
 

 

 

DAY 08

 

 

 

 

Tabriz

 

In the morning Visit Blue Mosque (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE), This mosque is one of the precious works of Islamic period (the Temurids) and is known as turquoise of Islam as it has been built of turquoise-colored bricks.  we will have excursion to Jolfa and Visit the spectacular Saint Stepanos Monastery (UNESCO World Heritage sites). Back to Tabriz. O/N in Tabriz
 

 

Day 09

 

 

 

Tabriz

Zanjan

Qazvin

 

After early breakfast drive to Zanjan. Visit the Bazar. And after that drive to Soltanieh Dome (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE) is one of the outstanding examples of the achievements of Persian architecture and a key monument in the development of its Islamic architecture. In the afternoon drive to Qazvin. O/N in Qazvin
 

Day 10

 

 

Qazvin

 

Drive to Alamut. Visit the interesting Alamut Castle (the name means “eagle’s nest”) was a mountain fortress located in Alamut region. After that drive back to Qazvin. O/N in Qazvin
 

Day 11

 

Qazvin

Tehran

Drive to Tehran. You will visit Azadi tower from outside. Then visit the Milad tower (observation deck).  O/N in Tehran
 Day 12

 

 Tehran

Kashan

 

Drive to Kashan. Visit the holy Shrine of Fatima in Qom and Visit Fin Garden (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE). The garden is a historical Persian garden that contains Kashan’s Fin Bath. Amir Kabir, the Qajarid chancellor, was murdered by an assassin sent by King Nasereddin Shah in 1852. Completed in 1590, the Fin Garden is the oldest extant garden in Iran and also visit Tabatabaie House one of the historical houses in Kashan and Agha Bozorg Mosque. O/N in Kashan
 

Day 13

 

Kashan

Isfahan

Drive to Isfahan. Iranians say that Isfahan, capital of the Safavid Dynasty from the 16th century on is “half the world.” Our exploration will include two of the most impressive mosques amid a myriad of remarkable sites. At the center of the city is Naqsh-e Jahan, (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE), one of the world’s biggest squares, created in the 17th century. The huge, open plaza is framed by a wall of arches and surrounded by the Masjed-e Sheikh Lotfollah and the Masjed-e Emam mosques. We will admire their magnificent architecture and tile-work. We will also walk through the Ali Qapu Palace with its enchanting music room and balcony overlooking the Maidan where the Safavid kings sat to watch polo tournaments. We will cross through Meydan and entre to the bazaar that was and is one of the most important elements of every Persian and Iranian city, sitting at the center of the neighborhood and social consciousness. The Isfahan Bazaar is one of the country’s most famous. In addition to the stalls of textile and carpet merchants, makers of jewelry and handicrafts, vendors of spices, and much more. visit Chehel Sotun Palace (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE), a pavilion constructed as a reception hall for visiting dignitaries by Shah Abbas II, O/N in Isfahan
Day 14

 

  Isfahan

 

Visit magnificent Jame Mosque (UNESCO World Cultural Heritage) with its famous Uljaytu Mihrab of the Il-Khanid Period, artistic treasure stucco densely decorated with Quranic inscriptions. Visit Vank church and its museum walk through Jolfa district with its beautiful old texture. Visit Music Museum and learn about Iranian instruments, enjoy a live performance and even you could touch and play the instruments.  In evening visit a Zoorkhaneh (a traditional system of athletics originally used to train warriors in Iran and adjacent lands). Walk in the bank of famous Zayanderoud and visit the beautiful old bridges. O/N in Isfahan
 

Day 15

 

Isfahan

Shiraz

After checking out of the hotel, we will board the vehicle and head towards Shiraz. En route visit Pasargadae, (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), to view the austere tomb of Cyrus the Great (c. 600-530 BCE). Alexander the Great paid his respects here because Cyrus was one of his role models as an ideal ruler. Naghshe-e-Rostam the Necropolis of the Achaemenid. Then we will stop in Persepolis (Takht-é Jamshid) (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE), in the heart of the fabled First Persian Empire the Achaemenid. Once one of the greatest architectural wonders of the ancient world, it was founded by Darius the Great, who made it his capital in 518 BCE. Persepolis was a treasure city and one of the richest in the world. When he conquered it in 330 BCE, Alexander the Great took possession of 2,500 tons of gold and silver in addition to other fabulous assets. One night, he and his companions were feasting and drinking. As the story goes, they decided in their drunkenness that the royal palace should be burned in revenge for the Persian destruction of Athens a century earlier. And so the jewel of Persia went up in flames. Enough remains so that we can imagine its original splendor. We will see massive statues of winged bulls, a grand stairway wide enough for five horsemen to ride abreast, elegant columns, and hundreds of carved figures. Overnight in Shiraz
Day 16

 

Shiraz

 

After breakfast visit Narenjestan (a traditional and historical house in Shiraz. Dated back to Qajar era) or Eram Garden (a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which Both the building and the garden were built during the middle of thirteenth century), Nasir ol Mulk Mosque from Qajar era includes extensive colored glass in its façade, It is also named the Pink Mosque, due to the usage of considerable pink color tiles for its interior design. Stroll through Vakil Bazaar and mosque, This mosque was built between 1751 and 1773, during the Zand period, Vakil means regent, which was the title used by Karim Khan, the founder of Zand Dynasty, Visit Shrine of Shah Cheragh (a funerary monument and mosque in Shiraz) from outside. O/N in Shiraz
 

Day 17

 

Shiraz

Bishapour

Shiraz

Drive to Bishapour, visit the ruin of old Sassanid constructions, a historical city, containing a temple, streets, homes, etc, which has been hidden for centuries and Reliefs in Tange Chowgan. Back to Shiraz. Visit Tomb of Hafez who was a great Persian poet. O/N in Shiraz
 

Day 18

 

Shiraz

Firouzabad

Shiraz

Early in the morning have an excursion to Firuzabad to Visit Ardeshir palace also known as the Atash-kadeh is a castle located on the slopes of the mountain, built in AD 224 by King Ardashir I of the Sassanian Empire, and after that visit life of the Qashqai nomads. Then drive back to Shiraz.  Visit the Holy Shrine of Ali Ebne Hamzeh with its beautiful and amazing mirror works. (you will visit this shrine from inside). O/N in Shiraz
 

Day 19

 

Shiraz

Sirjan

Full day drive to Kerman. En route, visit the Sassanid Palace in Sarvestan and visit beautiful Fig forests passing through Estahban’s road. If time permits visit Chopoghi Windtower. O/N in Sirjan
Day 20

 

Sirjan

Rayen

Mahan

Kerman

 

In the Morning drive to Rayen to visit ruined fortress. After that drive to Mahan visit the Mausoleum of Shah Nematollah Vali and former royal Shazdeh Garden (UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE), And then drive to Kerman. O/N in Kerman
 

Day 21

 

Kerman

Yazd

Visit Ganjali Khan Complex in Kerman. Drive to Yazd. Visit Zeynodin Carvansarai on the way. Visit Amirchakhmaq district which has a prominent structure, noted for its symmetrical sunken alcoves was built in the 15th century. It contains a mosque located on a square of the same name, a caravanserai, a tekyeh, a bathhouse, a cold water well, and a confectionery. O/N in Yazd

Have Persian dinner at a local Persian home with a Persian family

 

Day 22

 

Yazd

Drive to Kharanagh village which is the virtually deserted mud-brick village located in a valley, then visit Chak Chak which is one of the most stunning shrine of Zoroastrian, the desert and mountains around it appear both endless and lifeless, making it a truly special place to visit. Drive to Meybod if time permits visit Pigeon Tower and Ice House. O/N in Yazd
 

Day 23

 

 Yazd

Matinabad

Yazd was one of the principal centers of the Zoroastrian religion. Zoroastrians venerate fire as a holy entity that comes from the supreme god, Ahura Mazda, and invokes truth in the hearts and minds of believers. We call their places of worship fire temples, where sacred flames were kept burning continuously. We will visit the most important remaining Fire temple in Iran, Atashkadeh in Yazd. Also visit the Water Museum. We will also see one of the so-called Towers of Silence where Zoroastrians took their dead to avoid contaminating the earth.  Then in afternoon the field trip goes to Bagh-E-Dolatabad, a unique octagonal house with the tallest wind tower in the city. Here we get a demonstration of the effectiveness of these towers first hand. Drive to Matinabad. Before sleep in Matinabad you can enjoy starry night of desert. O/N in Matinabad
 

Day 24

 

Matinabad

Abyaneh

Airport

After camel riding (optional) in Matinabad, drive to Abyaneh Village with its architectural style, entirely in red clay. Drive to IKA. O/N in IKIA
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•Meals (lunch)

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