About Iran, 7-day tours that mainly includes visiting the best of Iran’s historic attractions mostly which are registered in UNESCO is one of the famous tourist tours that are going to visit this beautiful and full of historical heritage country. Maybe that’s because they will have enough time to visit Iran’s most important historical sites. In Iran luxury tours, the best five-star hotels for tourists are considered to in addition to visiting places; tourists can enjoy the many amenities such as the gym, pool and most important the best Iranian foods. During Iran seven-day tour you will have the opportunity to visit Iran’s famous historical sites .besides another advantage of Iran tours for tourists is the familiarity with the culture of different ethnic groups of Iran such as Shiraz, Isfahan and Kashan Which have their variety of dialects and customs. Here’s a travel itinerary for an Iran seven days tour of UNESCO-listed historical sites. Cities: Tehran, Kashan, Isfahan, Shiraz
Day 1: Tehran
After arriving at Imam Khomeini international airport (IKA) in Tehran, the representative will meet and greet us. Then, we will be transferred to the hotel for some rest. It is likely that your Iran travel itinerary will start at night .after a rest at night, go out for breakfast and explore your companions and start your trip.
Day 2: Tehran- Kashan
At the morning, after a quick breakfast, it is time to head to the Golestan Palace. The Golestan Palace is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran’s capital city, Tehran. The Golestan Palace belongs to a group of splendid buildings that were once enclosed within the mud thatched walls of Tehran’s arg (“citadel”).it consists of gardens, royal buildings and collections of Iranian crafts and European presence from the 18th and 19th centuries. (Wikipedia.org) At the Golestan palace, we will visit sites such as Marble Throne(Takht-e-Marmar), Brilliant Hall(Talar-eBrelian) and museum hall. The Golestan museum palace is one of the UNESCO’s world heritage sites. After lunch, we will visit the National Museum of Iran, which has many historical items that each of these objects somehow tells a story of Iran. We will also visit the Carpet Museum of Iran. This museum exhibits a variety of Persian carpets from all over Iran, dating from the 16th century to the present. Then, we will go to the hotel and passengers will go to their rooms for some rest. We will have dinner at the airport and then fly to Kashan. Passengers will be transferred to hotel for rest. Overnight Kashan.
Day 3: Kashan
In the morning after breakfast, we will visit the Kashan Fin Garden, a UNESCO-listed attraction. This garden is known as the ancient garden because it is from the fourth to the tenth century AH. After lunch, we will visit Boroujerdis house. There are many old mansions and houses in Kashan which are famous for their amazing architecture. Monuments built during the reign of Qajar. Then we will go to the hotel for rest, and after dinner, we will fly to Isfahan.
Day 4: Isfahan
Morning, after breakfast, we will visit Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, which is one of the major attractions of Iran in UNESCO. This world heritage site is known for having the Shah Mosque, Sheykh-Lotfollah, Magnificent Kaisari Porch and Timurid Palace. After visiting all these places, we will go to one of the best restaurants in the square for lunch. After lunch we will visit the Fort Column Garden.thelocation of this garden, located between the two urban spaces, the Naghsh-e-Jahan square and the Chahar-Bagh, makes it more unique. Then, we will move toward Si-o-Se Pole Bridge. One of the reasons they call Isfahan “Half of the world”. After dinner, we will go to the hotel and relax. Overnight Isfahan.
In the morning, after breakfast, we will visit Menarjonban, a movable building that throughout history, many curious tourists brought to this side. What has made this building famous is that when a Minaret is shaken, another Minaret shakes too. After lunch, we will visit the Vank Church, which is one of the major attractions of Isfahan. The word “Vank” means “Monastery” or “Convent” in the Armenian language. Then, we will return to the hotel, and after picking up our luggage, we will fly to Shiraz. Overnight Shiraz.
Day 6: Shiraz
Morning, after breakfast, we will visit Persepolis. Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire.UNESCO declared the ruins of Persepolis a world heritage site in 1979. After visiting this magnificent building, we will move on to Naghsh-e-Rostam. If I had to explain this building, I would have to talk for hours! Naghsh-e-Rostam is the necropolis of the Achaemenid dynasty, with four large tombs cut high into the cliff face. (Wikipedia.org) At night we will visit the Shah-Cheragh Shrine of Mir Saied Ahmad, the son of the 7th Imams of shies. Overnight Shiraz
Day 7: Shiraz-Tehran
In the morning, after a quick breakfast, we will visit Hafez Tomb. Hafez Tomb, it is associated memorial hall, in memory of the celebrated Persian poet “Hafez”. After lunch, we will visit Eram Garden, which is a historic Persian garden in Shiraz. It belonged to the leaders of Qashqai Tribe before being confiscated by the central government. At the end of the trip, we will fly to Tehran and after some rest at the hotel; we will go to Imam Khomeini airport.