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(Tabriz, Tehran, Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz and Hormuz)
• Duration: 18 days and 17 nights
• Location: Tabriz, Tehran, Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz and Hormuz
• Start: Tabriz- Iran
• Finish: Hormuz-Iran
• Type: Classic
• Group size:

Why Classic Tour?
Visiting Iran’s true beauty deserves a tour lasting for 1001 days and nights. It wouldn’t be fair to this exquisite beauty to wrap its highlights in a fast journey, but if you are one of those people with a really tight schedule, then Iran’s Classic Tour is yours to choose.
A fine mixture of culture, history and natural landscapes with a delicate touch of magic illustrating and narrating good old stories; Stories told by our expert tour guides sparing no detail about kings and queens, loves and wars, conquers and failures within ups and downs of history of Iran’s civilization.
Being home to 21 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Iran has a lot to offer. Let’s lose ourselves in history and enjoy our journey.

Starting point: Tabriz
Known as capital of Safavid dynasty, Tabriz has a spectacular oriental essence within itself. With its largest covered bazaar in the world, Tabriz claims to be the safest city in Iran. Archeological findings suggest 4500 years of history, making Azeri culture one of the rich cultures of Iran. A perfect choice to start our tour!

Tour Details

Known as capital of Safavid dynasty, Tabriz has a spectacular oriental essence within itself. With its largest covered bazaar in the world, Tabriz claims to be the safest city in Iran. Archeological findings suggest 4500 years of history, making Azeri culture one of the rich cultures of Iran. A perfect choice to start our tour!

Departure & Return Location

Imam Khomeini international airport (IKA)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Air fares
  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

Every travel-lover should know that Iran is the land of wonders; Being the home to multi cultures and different ethnicities, Iran has an impressive variety of geological destinations that makes you book your tickets on next flight available and fly to Iran. That’s why our professional team has meticulously picked specific destinations to display these variety to you.

Consider Tabriz as the opening gate of this Heaven! Years of being a strategic point on Silk Road has affected the texture of the city; we are talking about firm architecture that still holds up, distinctive arts that have been imported and spread through the veins of the city and Azari Culture and its signature music sounding like a lullaby to your ears.

Then, we move to the beating heart of Iran: Tehran. Tehran is much more than its populated texture and polluted air. Walk and stroll down Valiasr Street and listen to the music of street artists. Visit Milad Tower, look at the city from above and stunned you will get! On our journey, we come across Isfahan, the land of attracting architecture and Islamic buildings. Perhaps Isfahan is the best city to witness true Iranian culture, because they are bound to their roots. After building memorable memories in Isfahan, the wind towers of Yazd appear on our way. Sit in tea rooms and guest houses of Yazd and listen to your guide talking about rich history of the city. Our next stop, Shiraz, has always been the city of lovers and romantic poetry throughout Iran’s history. And, you have to admit no one can master the art of building gardens like people of Shiraz. Passion of rulers for art and literature has paid off and now you can witness it through your own eyes. Finally, we wrap our adventure in the red bride of the south: Hormuz. Small but filled with wonders, Hormuz is a vast land to explore. This small island is full of geological astonishments putting every scientist and geologist to wonder.

  • • Duration: 18 days and 17 nights
  • • Location: Tabriz, Tehran, Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz and Hormuz
  • • Start: Tabriz- Iran
  • • Finish: Hormuz-Iran
  • • Type: Classic
  • • Group size:
Itinerary

Starting point: Tabriz

Known as capital of Safavid dynasty, Tabriz has a spectacular oriental essence within itself. With its largest covered bazaar in the world, Tabriz claims to be the safest city in Iran. Archeological findings suggest 4500 years of history, making Azeri culture one of the rich cultures of Iran. A perfect choice to start our tour!

Day 1Exploring Tabriz)

Blue Mosque or famously known as Turquoise of Islam, representing the art of architecture in this city, is our first stop. Then, we will stop at Azerbaijan Museum, the second national museum in Iran which is proud of its collection of art and history of Azerbaijan. Since old time, Tabriz has been a center of trading and exchanging, so, Traditional Bazaar (Timcheh-e Mozaffariye) is our next stop, an important place on the Silk Road map. Finally, visiting El-Goli park will bring our day’s closure.

Day 2Driving from Tabriz to Kandovan, then back to the hotel

Driving an hour from Tabriz, Classic Tour will get to Kandovan. If a village carved into the mountains cannot make an impression on you, then what will? When you look at this unusual and strange architecture, they will look like a hive (kandovan = like hive.) Interesting point: there are still people living in those cave-style houses. In exchange for a fair price, you will get to spend the night inside these beautiful houses.

Day 3Driving from Tabriz to Jolfa

We will drive towards Jolfa, where we will visit Saint Stepanos Monastery and Khajeh Nazar Caravansaray. Saint Stepanos Monastery is an Armenian monastery and a World Heritage Site with a history that dates back to 900 years ago. Close to Aras River and located near a park, Khajeh Nazar Caravansaray makes your time worth this visit.

TehranTehran

To be fair, we think the beauty of Tehran is a little bit underrated; you should witness it with your own eyes. To be clear, Tehran is a modern and changing capital. So, don’t expect to get an extract of Persia’s epic history, because you will be disappointed.

Day 1Flying from Tabriz to Tehran

After arriving in Mehrabad International Airport and getting transferred to the hotel, you will rest in your room or suite. Then, lunch will be served in hotel’s restaurant.
The group will be picked up and headed to explore through Tehran in the evening. You can walk along Valiasr Street, Maybe sitting in a café and sipping a cup of tea? Then, the dinner will be served in a restaurant reserved by tour.

Day 2Exploring Tehran-Part 1

The real journey begins today! After breakfast, we will go to UNESCO registered Golestan Palace complex. After taking lots of photos and learning about the site, our next stop will be the Tehran Grand Baazar. We will walk and stroll through Baazar and you can buy anything you like, from spices, nuts and carpets to handicrafts found in souvenir shops.
After lunch, we will go to National Museum of Iran and The Crown Jewels Museum.

Day 3Exploring Tehran-Part 2

Sa’dabad palace Complex will be the starting point of our last day in Tehran. With lots of its parts turning into museum, Sa’dabad complex will amaze you with its unique architecture and design.
Tajrish Baazar shouldn’t be missed. Milad tower, the second symbol of Tehran after Azadi Tower, is our last stop in Tehran.

IsfahanIsfahan

A combination of Islamic architecture, Persian gardens, delicious cuisine and a sort of loyalty to traditional cultures have made Isfahan dear to all of tourists’ hearts. You can’t visit Iran, without visiting Isfahan. Isfahan is so dear to Iranian hearts that they call it Nesf-e Jahan (means Half of the World).

Day 1Flying from Tehran to Isfahan-Exploring Isfahan

The group will arrive in Airport of Isfahan. After a short rest, you will have the lunch in hotel’s restaurant. Around evening, we will go to Naghsh-e Jahaan Square (UNESCO World Heritage Site), where we explore and visit all of its monuments. After strolling along traditional baazar, we will head back to the hotel.

Day 2Exploring Isfahan- visiting Abyaneh Village

A full day of Isfahan exploring is ahead of us! Menar jonban (shaking Minaret), bridges of Si-o-Se Pole (Bridge of 33 Arches) & Khajoo will receive you kindly. After lunch, we will drive towards the village of Abyaneh with its strange yet unique beauty. We will walk through this living and breathing beauty, which dates back to Safavid Era.

Day 3Exploring Isfahan- Strolling in Armenian Neighbourhood

After having breakfast, we will explore through Armenian Neighbourhood and visit Vank Cathedral which represents a combination of Armenian and Iranian art and architecture. After that, we will walk towards Isfahan Music Museum, where you will see and hear a live performance. Visiting Rig-e Jenn and Anarak will bring our day to its end.

YazdYazd

We are guests to the city of Qanats and Windcatcher, iconic Iranian architectural designs. With its scenic alleyways, Yazd should be a must see on your trip plan. Sipping Persian tea and enjoying wonderful cuisine of Yazd with its world known delights, you have to admit, Yazd is enchanting!

Day 1Flying from Isfahan to Yazd-Exploring the City

Don’t let all the desert and dry pictures on the internet fool you, because we are giving you a heads up: Yazd is a green city! After arriving to Yazd and resting in your hotel, we still have half a day to explore. Zoroaster Fire Temple, the tallest wind tower of Dowlat Abad Garden and Amir Chakhmagh Complex are our suggestions for limited time of our first day.

Day 2Exploring Yazd

After breakfast, we will see Jameh mosque (congregational mosque) which claims to have the tallest minarets in the country, Alexander prison and Zoroastrian Towers of Silence will be our last stsop. After getting back to the hotel, we will dine and get a good night’s sleep.

Day 3Exploring Yazd – outskirts

Since outskirts of Yazd are filled with eye-catching beauties, then probably they are a wise choice for wrapping our stay in Yazd. To start, We will visit congregational (Jame) Mosque which is considered to be a masterpiece of Iranian architecture adorned with tiles, Chaparkhane (old post center), Pigeon Tower, Narin Ghale(Castle) are items on our list.

ShirazShiraz

The land of poetry and poets with its rich 2500-year-old culture is our next stop. Shiraz was once the capital of Iran during the reign of Zand dynasty. With its beautiful world known gardens, Persepolis, marvelous cuisine, unique geography and warm and welcoming people, Shiraz would never cease to amaze you!

Day 1Flying from Yazd to Shiraz- Exploring the City

Our expert team will pick you up from Shiraz International Airport and transfer you to your hotel. Eram Garden should be a nice choice to start our adventure. To continue our day, Vakil Mosque will be our next stop. And finally, we will go to the tomb of Hafez & Saadi Shirazi; Two iconic poets that are truly dear to Persian hearts.

Day 2Visiting Firuzabad City, then Back to Shiraz

This day is allocated to visiting Firuzabad city; a city located in the south of Shiraz, once an important city to Sasanian Empire. Going to Ardeshir Palace (a king in Sassanid Era) is on our list. We will drive towards stunning and breathtaking Tange Chogan, a field for playing Chogan by Sassanid royalties. Then we will head back to Shiraz.

Day 3visiting Pasargadae and Qalat Village

Popular Pasargadae (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is the first stop of today; one of the iconic sites of Persian Empire which dates back to 2500 years ago. This Complex consists of Persepolis, the palace of Achaemenid Empire.
In order to save the sweet memory of Shiraz, we will head towards beautiful Qalat Village; some say you shouldn’t leave Shiraz without visiting this village.

Hormuz IslandHormuz Island

In order to make you miss Iran even more, our group has picked Hormuz as our last destination. walking on Hormuz, the land of colorful soils, is like walking on a whole new world. This place isn’t like other places. You don’t see lots of cars; you don’t see lots of anything; it’s like you’re in the middle nowhere. you can camp and enjoy the serenity of wilderness.

Day 1Exploring Hormuz- the Castle and the Beach

Before beginning anything, don’t wear your white shoes! Due to the color of soils and rocks, it will get red. Portuguese Castle is a survivor of the time of colonization and a must see on our list that should not and cannot be missed. Our next and last stop of the day is red beach.

Day 2Exploring the City- Gorgeous Valley and Mysterious Cave

The tour starts its second day by trekking around Rainbow Valley. A colorful valley located in the southwest of island. Then, we will walk towards Salt goddess cave with its mysterious atmosphere and unique colors.
You should keep in mind that there is actually one route in this island and you don’t see public transportation here. So, the best options are either walking or, renting a bike.

Day 3Exploring the City, then, we fly back home

We begin our last day with the soil carpet of Hormuz; they say it’s the biggest soil carpet in the world. Then, we walk towards Silence Valley and enjoy the view. Ahmad Nadalian Museum is our next stop; a colorful museum representing the works of environmental artists. As the last stop of our last day in our last city, let’s stroll and walk through the local Baazar, where you literally find anything! Buy a souvenir to cherish the memory of this wonderful tour!
See you soon!

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