Day 1 & 2 : welcome, Say hello to Tehran
Your professional guide carrying our logo on a card (transfer information) is waiting at the airport hall for you. All the luggage carriage and transportation to your hotel is already arranged. You will have time to rest and relax before our tour of Tehran commences.
you will not miss any excited place to see and thing to do.
Tehran, this megapolis, includes all kinds of attractions any city dreams of. Including historical palaces, bringing you to the era of carriages with beautiful Qajari princesses in them, streets full of restaurants and mini cafes and van cafes, from the beginning of the street to the end, the joy of tasting delicious food is flowing.
Our tour includes a whole package of below types of places and stuff if you have something special in your mind that you want your travel to Iran have, tell your tour guide or your Iran tour operators.
Iran Tehran Golestan palace(UNESCO HERITAGE SITE)
1-one of Tehran luxury Palaces,Sa’ad Abad or Golestan(UNESCO HERITAGE SITE) Complex with an immense area of 1,100,000 square meters and 18 magnificent historical palaces (2 of which we will visit).
2- National museum:The biggest Iran museum with many historical items and tousends of history.
3- Milad tower: sixth-tallest tower in the world by pinnacle height at 435 m(1,427 ft). can compete Eiffel tower in the case of being loved for all Iranians. When they are from other cities and come to Tehran they wait till the moment they get that close to see Milad tower. About the tower itself, it has the biggest revolving restaurant in the world. And you can also enjoy the show of dolphins dancing for you in Milad Tower Dolphinarium.
4-Taabiaat Bridge: a very amazing and complicated bridge designed by one of the Iranians best and very young architects, Ms. Leila Araghi. The bridge is like pigeon nest built-in like four floors connecting two of the most beautiful parks of Tehran across the Moddarress highway.
5- Grand bazaar
6- Also a night tour to Tehran highways and light full streets will be definitely in the plan.
7- Carpet museum
8-We will visit a world of jewels in a priceless Crown Jewels Museum one of which is one of the two greatest diamonds, Darya-e-Noor (sea of light).
Our tour in this lovely city will take two days and you are going to see yourself that it was such a short time. To know more about our beautiful Tehran, follow our Instagram page or read our other articles on this website.
Day 3 And 4 : Driving To Hamedan, Visiting Hamedan
Today we will move toward Hamedan. Hamedan province is situated in Middle Western Iran. It has long and severe winters from September to May with a great deal of snow; however, in summer its pleasant climate offers visitors a welcome break from the soaring temperatures elsewhere. The province is famous for its raisins (1500 hectares of vineyards) and in the Persian rug trade, it ranks second only to Kerman.
One of the beautiful sightseeing in Hamedan is Esteroo Mord Khay (Ester and Mord Khay), Tomb. Located in the city center, the structure has been constructed of brick and stone. This is the tomb of Ester the Queen of Shoosh (the wife of Xerxes of Iran). Mordecai (Mord Khay) was her uncle. The structure was originally constructed about 11 centuries ago, in order to pay homage to these two personalities. This vicinity is a place for pilgrimage of the Jewish sect and is also held in respect by the Moslems.
The next place is Ganj Nameh Inscription. These inscriptions are relics from the period of ‘Darius’ and ‘Xerxes’ of the Achaemenian era. The said are located 5 km. west of Hamadan at the end of the Abbas Abad Valley, and have been engraved on a mountain. Stay overnight in Hamedan.
Avicenna was a Muslim Persian physician and philosopher and wrote almost 450 treatises on a wide range of subjects, of which around 240 have survived. In particular, 150 of his surviving treatises concentrate on philosophy and 40 of them concentrate on medicine, our next step will be Avicenna Tomb.
Hegmatane Archeological Palace is located in the city of Hamadan, dating to the 6th century BC. The said structure is from the times of the ‘Medes’. ‘Kiyakesar Madi’ and ‘Nabopolasar Baboli’ were responsible for building this structure in the year 614 BC.
The next fascinating step will be Gonbad-e Alavian (or Masjid-e Alavian) which is a four-sided interesting 12th-century mausoleum belonging to the late Seljuk period. On the exterior, it resembles the Gonbad-e Sorkh of Maragheh. (If it will be possible we will see the sight.)
Next day visit the tomb of Baba Taher, which is located in a park, surrounded by flowers and winding paths. Baba Taher is known as one of the most revered and respectable early poets in Iranian literature. He was known by the name of Baba Taher-e Oryan (The Naked), which suggests that he may have been a wandering dervish. His poetry has touched many souls.
Afternoon is dedicated to the next site which will be Ali Sadr Cav
This cave is the world’s largest water cave which attracts millions of visitors every year. It is located about 100 kilometers north of Hamedan, western Iran. Since the cave is situated between the large cities Hamadan, Tehran, and Qom it is a popular destination for Iranians. Tours of the cave are available by pedal boats
Day 5 : Kermanshah
In the morning leave HAMEDAN and drive to KERMANSHAH (190KM)
Kermanshah is the central city in the west of Iran, has a large population. The languages spoken by the people is Kurdish, Because of its antiquity, attractive landscapes, rich culture, and Neolithic villages, Kermanshah is considered one of the cradles of prehistoric cultures
We have a chance to visit some of the best historical and unique sites
The rock reliefs at lie 6 kilometers (4 mi) northeast of Kermanshah, where a spring gushes from a mountain cliff and empties into a large reflecting pool. One of the more impressive reliefs, inside the largest grotto, is the oversized depiction of Sassanid king Khosrau II (591–628 CE), who appears mounted on his favorite charger, Shabdiz. Both the horse and the rider are arrayed in full battle armor.
- Bisotun(UNESCO HERITAGE SITE):Darius the Greats inscription at Bisotun, which dates to 522 BCE, lies some 1300 meters high in the mountains and counts as one of the most famous sites in Near Eastern archeology.
- Zagros Paleolithic Museum:The Zagros Paleolithic Museum contains rich collections of stone tools and animal fossil bones from various Paleolithic sites in Iran. It is the first established museum in Iran that devoted to the Paleolithic period of Iran.
- kouhestan park
Day 6 And 7: Tabriz
After breakfast leave KERMANSHAH and drive to TABRIZ (580KM). Continue your trip to the North West of Iran to visit nice people of AZERBAIJAN province.
The city has a long and turbulent history with its oldest civilization sites dating back to 1,500 BC. It contains many historical monuments representing the transition of Iranian architecture in its long historical timelines. Most of the preserved historical sites in the city belong to Ilkhanid (of Mongol Empire), Safavid, and Qajar area, among them, is the grand Bazaar(UNESCO HERITAGE SITE) of Tabriz which is inscribed as a World Heritage Site in 2010. From the early modern era, the city was pivotal in the development, movement, and economy of three neighboring regions, namely that of the Caucasus, Eastern Anatolia, and central Iran. From the 19th century, it became the most important city in the country in numerous respects. As the closest Iranian hub to Europe, many aspects of the early modern modernization in Iran started in Tabriz
Enjoy with two days TABRIZ tour and experience with different culture and face of IRAN.
We will start with amazing special sites and make your incredible days of the tour.
(Formerly Shah Goli) A superb park around a square artificial pond. In the center, a small hall is on an island and hosts a restaurant. Very nice for eating some Chelo kebab or sip some tea while enjoying the freshness of the park in summer.
Originally built in 1465, this mosque which was once certainly superb, but was severely damaged in an earthquake in 1778, leaving only the entrance Iwan. It was reconstructed in early 1900 by the Iranian Ministry of Culture. The inside of the mosque is tiled with a superb blue ceramic, unfortunately, many pieces went missing during the quake and were simply replaced by painting instead of tiles – some of the original tiles can be found around the entrance. Entrance fee is 100,000 rials
The Bazaar of Tabriz
It is one of the oldest bazaars of the Middle East and the largest covered bazaar in the world. It was inscribed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in July 2010.
Also known as Arg e Tabriz is a remnant of a fortress built in the Ilkhanate period. Currently, it was located in the center of Tabriz. Historians believe that it was used as a military castle but clerics claim that the structure was initially used as a mosque in its early days. After the Revolution, large parts of the building were destroyed by the clerics to prepare a new place for Friday prayers in Tabriz. The structure today stands 28 meters high and is still used as part of a space for holding Friday prayers.
A troglodytic village 2 hours away from Tabriz. Great for discovering both the odd beauty of the place and the daily life of an Iranian village, among sheep, donkeys, hens, and cats… Women in printed chadors can go outside and playing kids are all around. Mullahs obviously don’t bother going there too often. Resistant walking shoes are mandatory if you want to climb up the village. A living example of human adaptation to exceptionally unusual natural surroundings, Kandovan village is located 50 km to the south of Tabriz, Osku, on the northern slopes of a valley at the foothills of Mount Sahand. A river originating from the Sahand peaks passes through the valley. There are a number of natural springs to the north of the river, the water from which has traditionally been used for the treatment of kidney stones, according to the locals. The physical structure of the village looks like images from fairy tales. Natural cones, scattered over a vast area, serve as human dwellings on rock formations which themselves seem to have been the work certain sculptors. The road from Tabriz goes through this natural artwork. On getting nearer to the dwellings, the visitor finds out that large families are living inside two or three of these hollow interconnected cones with features such as openings on their surface playing the role of actual windows. The lowest cones are used as stables and those on top as the living quarters
Day 8 : Ardabil Or Ardebil
Ardabil is located on the Baliqly Chay River, about 70 km (43 mi) from the Caspian Sea, and 210 km (130 mi) from the city of Tabriz. in Ardabil Province, Iran. Sareyn is known for its hot springs, it stands 28 km from Ardabil and the total area is 1.28 square km.
In the morning leave TABRIZ and transfer to ARDABIL, we will visit nice areas with unique nature and have time to relax at the hot spring waters. The continue for the rest of the tour such as:
Ardabil host numerous historical bridges namely Pol-e Gilandeh, Pol-e Nayer, Pol-e Haft Cheshmeh, Pol-e Panj Cheshmeh and Pol-e She Cheshmeh and Qarah Soo Bridge, most were built during Safavid era.
One of the main sights in the city of Ardabil in north-west Iran is the shrine of Shaykh Safi al-Din Ardabili, who died in 1334. The Shaykh was a Sufi leader, who trained his followers in Islamic mystic practices. After his death, his followers remained loyal to his family, who became increasingly powerful.
In 1501, one of his descendants, Shah Isma’il, seized political power. He united Iran for the first time in several centuries and established the Shi’i form of Islam as the state religion. Isma’il was the founder of the Safavid dynasty, named after Shaykh Safi al-Din.
The Safavids, who ruled without a break until 1722, and then intermittently until 1757, promoted the shrine of the Shaykh as a place of pilgrimage
Day 9 : Zanjan
It’s the capital city of Zanjan province in Iranian Azerbaijan. Zanjan has a lot of historical sites. Hamdollah Mostowfi, the Iranian traveler and historian, in his book claims that Zanjan was built by Ardashir I, the first king of the Sassanid Empire and named as “Shahin”.
After 270 km driving, we have chance to visit one of most historical cities in Iran that you heard less about that, you will enjoy with this amazing city tour and many places to see and stay in ZANJAN one night:
It is a traditional Qajar era laundry house and today it is Zanjan’s Museum of Anthropology. The historical building of Rakhtshooy Khaneh (which means washhouse) lies at the historical texture of the Zanjan city and was built nearly 20th century. This place was used for washing clothes by women around the city. It was constructed by two brothers, Mashad Akbar and Mashadi Esmail. At present, this historic building is being used as Zanjan’s anthropological museum
The archaeological site of Takht-e Soleyman, in north-western Iran, is situated in a valley set in a volcanic mountain region. The site includes the principal Zoroastrian sanctuary partly rebuilt in the Ilkhanid (Mongol) period (13th century) as well as a temple of the Sasanian period (6th and 7th centuries) dedicated to Anahita. The site has important symbolic significance. The designs of the fire temple, the palace and the general layout have strongly influenced the development of Islamic architecture
Day 10 : get back toTehran
From Zanjan to Tehran is about four-hour duration by car. Depending on the time we arrive in Tehran, we will choose either to just take rest or go out and feel the nightlife of the city, maybe we could go back again to 30 Tir Ave., hum? We hope we get some time to have the final fun for this journey
Day 11 : End Of the journey
Got charged enough? Do you think you have refreshed and gotten ready to go back home and keep life processing? Let’s do it then. Let’s go to the place we came from the first place, IKA airport and say bye-bye to Iran.
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