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9 Days 8 Nights
Shiraz
Tehran

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  Our 9-Day Iran Group Tour sets out from Tehran and ends in Shiraz.
This awesome group tour takes you through the most famous Iran cities such as Tehran, Isfahan, Yazd, and Shiraz, showing you the best key attractions of each city.
In addition to common highlights, some of Iran UNESCO world heritage sites are also included in our Iran group tour. You visit Golestan Palace in Tehran, Naqsh -e- Jahan square in Isfahan, Historic city of Yazd and Finally, Persepolis, Pasargadae and Persian garden in Shiraz.  

Arrival Airport

Departure Airport

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Bedroom

Based on your request

Bathroom

Private Bathroom included

Price Includes

  • Iran Visa authorization number
  • 8 Nights Hotel Accomodation/BB
  • English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Driver for the whole Trip
  • All transportation in destination location
  • Meals (Lunch & Dinner)
  • Entrance Fees

Price Excludes

  • International Air Fare
  • Consular Fee at the Embassy
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
  • Tip to the driver, guide, laundry, mini bar

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What to Expect

  Our 9-Day Iran Group Tour sets out from Tehran and ends in Shiraz.
This awesome group tour takes you through the most famous Iran cities such as Tehran, Isfahan, Yazd, and Shiraz, showing you the best key attractions of each city.
In addition to common highlights, some of Iran UNESCO world heritage sites are also included in our Iran group tour. You visit Golestan Palace in Tehran, Naqsh -e- Jahan square in Isfahan, Historic city of Yazd and Finally, Persepolis, Pasargadae and Persian garden in Shiraz.  

Trip Highlights
  • Golestan Palace
  • Fin Garden
  • Naqshe Jahan Square
  • Yazd Old District
  • Persepolis
  • Eram Garden
  • Dowlat Abad Garden
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Itinerary

Day 1Tehran

  The tour starts at 9 am from your hotel lobby to visit Golestan Palace, Bazaar, national museum, and jewelry museum. Golestan Palace is the first historical site in our itinerary. This unique world heritage site with a splendid mirror hall, is the oldest building in Tehran. The Palace goes back to the time before Tehran was chosen to be the capital of Iran.
Ten minutes walking away from the palace we could walk in one of the greatest Bazaars in architecture and size in the Middle East. Isn’t it enjoyable to see the real life of people in the Capital of Iran? Iran national museum contains archaeological artifacts and fossils from lower, middle and upper Paleolithic till Sassanid period. The building of the museum itself was constructed by the influential Sassanid vault, particularly the Eyvan _e _kasra at Ctesiphon in current Iraq.
In the jewelry museum, we have a chance to see a priceless collection, the reflection of the types and history and artistry of the residents of this land. The collection contains one of the unique selected gems in the entire world. Drive back to the hotel for rest, overnight in Tehran.  

Day 2Tehran-Kashan

  Drive to Kashan early in the morning. In Kashan city, we are going to visit one of the magnificent historical Persian gardens, Fin garden. The Fin garden was completed in 1590. After visiting the garden, we are going to see Boroujerdi and Tabatabaei traditional houses that belong to two wealthy merchants and were decorated and beautified excellently in the 18th century.
After visiting Agha Bozorg mosque and the religious school that in its own architectural details is one of the unique types, we are going to visit Sialk mound which is a large ancient archaeological site, and it was built around 3000 BC.  Overnight Kashan

Day 3Kashan-Isfahan

  Approximately at 8:30 am, we will leave Kashan to go through Abyaneh village. It takes around one hour to reach the village which is characterized by a peculiar reddish hue. The village is one of the oldest in Iran and so absorbing sites as people have persistently maintained to wear their traditional costume. After walking and enjoying the nature and architecture of the village, we are going to have lunch and leave Abyaneh to reach Isfahan. In the evening we are going to visit the two ancient bridges of Si o Seh pol and Khajoo bridges, then check in Hotel and overnight in Isfahan.  

Day 4Isfahan

  We set an appointment in the morning at the lobby of the hotel to explore the beauties of Isfahan, which is Iran’s masterpiece, a great jewel of ancient Persia and one of the unique cities in the Islamic world.
The exquisite blue mosaic tiles of Isfahan’s Islamic buildings, its expansive Bazar, and the city’s smart urban design demand a full day excursion.
We are going to visit Ali Qapu palace, Shah and Sheikh lotf ollah mosques which are located around the great Naqshe Jahan Square.
Our next stop will be Chehel sotoon palace which is ten minutes walking, and by vehicle, we could go to visit Jame Mosque.
After that, we are going through to Vank Cathedral in the Armenian Christian section of the city. We could enjoy a great lunch and drink coffee in the first coffee house of Isfahan. Overnight in Isfahan.  

Day 5Isfahan-Yazd

Drive to Yazd via Nain. We are driving through the main plateau of Iran while we are going to reach Yazd. We are about to visit two historical cities constructed as suitable as the desert climate of the region.
In Nain, the first stop is Jame mosque or congregational mosque then Pirniya historical house.
We are going to walk 30 minutes to cross the abandoned Bazaar which in architecture is so well designed and unique.
Next city is Meybod and its first site to visit will be a pigeon tower and then a mud-brick fort made 2000 years ago named Narin Qaleh, Shah Abbasi caravansary, and an ice house. We will  Full day city tour of Yazd including Tower of Silence, Dowlat Abad Garden, Amir Chakhmagh complex (Alexander jail, Powerhouse, Mosque, and Bazaar) and fire temple, Overnight Yazd Yazd is still the home of Iran’s largest community of Zoroastrians who are living there since Sassanid period in Iran (6th century) and one of the oldest mud- brick cities in Iran. It is called the city of wind catchers as well.
In the morning, our first site to explore is the Tower of silence. Zoroastrians believed burials or cremations would pollute the earth or fire, which are precious elements in their religion. As a result, they used this building as a storage house for the dead. It dates back to the 18th century. Corpses were left there to decompose and be devoured by birds.
Next, we would visit the Fire temple, the house of eternal fire. Although the fire house was made in the 1940s, the sacred fire has been burning since 470 AD. Then we are going to enjoy visiting a brilliant mosque and after that, we will walk through Alexander jail and enjoy the elaborate historical made streets of Yazd. The walking tour in the great bazaar of Yazd would be worth a tasty lunch afterward!
In the evening, Dolat Abad garden, Amir Chakhmakh complex and powerhouse are next visiting sites. Finally, you will be transferred to the hotels to rest. Overnight in Yazd.   reach Yazd during the evening so overnight we will be in Yazd.  

Day 6Yazd

  Full day city tour of Yazd including Tower of Silence, Dowlat Abad Garden, Amir Chakhmagh complex (Alexander jail, Powerhouse, Mosque, and Bazaar) and fire temple, Overnight Yazd Yazd is still the home of Iran’s largest community of Zoroastrians who are living there since Sassanid period in Iran (6th century) and one of the oldest mud- brick cities in Iran. It is called the city of wind catchers as well.
In the morning, our first site to explore is the Tower of silence. Zoroastrians believed burials or cremations would pollute the earth or fire, which are precious elements in their religion. As a result, they used this building as a storage house for the dead. It dates back to the 18th century. Corpses were left there to decompose and be devoured by birds.
Next, we would visit the Fire temple, the house of eternal fire. Although the fire house was made in the 1940s, the sacred fire has been burning since 470 AD. Then we are going to enjoy visiting a brilliant mosque and after that, we will walk through Alexander jail and enjoy the elaborate historical made streets of Yazd. The walking tour in the great bazaar of Yazd would be worth a tasty lunch afterward!
In the evening, Dolat Abad garden, Amir Chakhmakh complex and powerhouse are next visiting sites. Finally, you will be transferred to the hotels to rest. Overnight in Yazd.  

Day 7Yazd-Shiraz

  Drive to Shiraz via Abarku to visit the second oldest cypress in the world and then Pasargadae, the tomb of Cyrus the great, Overnight Shiraz  

Day 8Shiraz

  Shiraz, the well-known city of poetry and roses and nightingales, is located in the center of Fars province. Fars Province or better to say Pars has a role of great significance in great Persian civilization and it has been an important trading center for over a thousand years. The entire province is greatly indebted to the settlement of The Achaemenid and Sassanid dynasties for its majestic culture heritage that is scattered all over the territory of Fars. Monuments in this region are in both pre_ Islamic and Islamic and are showing the rapid progress of materializing in Shiraz.
Today we have a great excursion to Persepolis, Necropolis (Naghshe Rostam) and Naghshe Rajab. A visit to the ruins of the ancient city of Persepolis is one of the highlights of any trip to Iran which goes back to 550 BC. The massive impressive features of the ruins are the splendid bas-reliefs, which adorn many staircases and palaces on the site and provide a rich treasure house of ancient history. The city wasn’t recovered until the 1930s, which is partly why it still survives so intact today. At Necropolis, a mooted UNESCO world heritage site, you will find the tomb of the four powerful Achaemenid kings carved on huge rocks. Also carved into the cliff are seven Sassanian reliefs that show images of imperial conquest and royal processions, including Shapur’s famous victory over Roman Emperor Valerian. Time to go back to your hotel to have some rest. Overnight, Shiraz  

Day 9Shiraz

  We have a full day city tour of Shiraz including the Zandiye complex which contains a public bath and bazaar and a greatly beautified mosque that belongs to the 16th century.
We could walk through a great castle called Arg-E- Karim Khan, then we will visit Nasirolmolk or the pink mosque built during the Qajar era by the order of the governor of Shiraz according to his personal taste. This Mosque is very well known because of the advanced mathematical and geometrical patterns and the wooden elements which are made from expensive walnut wood. The mosque is most famous for its stained glass windows.
During the evening we are visiting Mausoleums of poet Hafez & Saadi. And finally get ready to be impressed by splendid mirror work at Ali Ebne Hamze Shrine. Overnight we stay in Shiraz, (end of the tour and services)  

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FAQ

What are the advantages of different arrival and departure destinations?

in brief, we can explain it for two reasons.
First of all, you will save up your time and costs, besides that, some people probably don’t like to use domestic flights. As a result, we arrange this ground tour.
Subsequently, as Both Tehran and Shiraz have international airports, we generally recommend you, book your international flight in a way that you enter Tehran and leave here from Shiraz. If it is not a good choice for you, then, don’t worry! Just ask our colleagues to book your ticket to Tehran at the end of the trip. You can take a bus, train, or flight as well as private transfer by car from Shiraz.

What are the advantages of booking this guided group trip?

First, besides exploring Iran as a new destination and meeting local people, your group members will be probably from different countries so you can easily make new friends.
The second one, everything is arranged in advance so there is nothing to be worried about.
The third one, the guide usually is the most important advantage of the tour because he/she can handle all emergencies in case.
The fourth one, you can save up your costs and time.
The fifth one, the tour includes accommodation in hotels as well as entrance tickets, an expert English-speaking guide, meals (breakfast, Lunch, and dinner), your entire transfers, and transportation during your trip. In other words, the only things you need to do is, book your international flight and collect your visa.
Above all, as a travel agency, we are always here to help.
And finally, If you arrive earlier or leave Iran later than our group tour timetable, ask our colleagues to give you the extra services you need.

I'm a solo traveller, is there a single supplement?

For sure. Just let us know.

Is it safe to travel to Iran?

Iran is a safe country and it has a great level of medical range but anyway, caution is necessary for any country while you are traveling.

What is the dress code in Iran?

There are dress codes in Iran that you need to follow but don’t worry, the rules of wear in Iran aren’t so strict for tourists and foreigners.
Women can wear a tunic, jeans, loose pants, a long ankle skirt, and a scarf (Hijab in Iran is compulsory) and Men can wear everything except short pants that end above or at the knee.

What is cancellation policy?

In case you wish to cancel your tour and do not wish to reschedule the tour due to any reason the cancellation policy will be as follow
30 days prior to departure: 25% of the total charge
Between 30 to 7 days prior to departure: 50% of total charges
Less than 7 days prior to departure or no-show: 100% of total charges.

Which currency is most widely accepted on this tour?

Our Agency accepts both Euro and dollars (USD).
For your other costs in Iran, you need to bring Euros and dollars in cash then you can easily change them at the exchange offices.
The currency in Iran is Rial and all of the bills are according to it. All money should be exchanged with Rial, but you will also hear about Toman so don’t get confused. For example, 100,000 Rials equals 10,000 Tomans or 10000 Rials equals 1000 Tomans.
Please be informed that credit cards don’t work in Iran and all expenses here should be paid in cash in the local market.
A few souvenir shops accept credit cards.