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Persian Treasury | Iran 15 Day Tour

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Iran 15-Day Tour

Persian Treasury covers some of the most important sights of Iran and major attractions of all the main cities of Iran along with customs and cultural traditions of this fabulous country.There are many people who, when traveling, want to get the most out of their travel in a tight time frame. This tour in Iran will be held in a period of 15 days with a visit to 12 UNESCO world heritage sites. 

Visited cities: Tehran, Ahvaz, Susa, Sushtar, Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan, Hamadan, Kermanshah, Zanjan, Qazvin


Trip info & Itinerary 

Iran, situated between Central Asia, Europe and Arabian peninsula, is among the most interesting destinations in the world. There are few places in the world which have a history and culture as rich as this remarkable country - Formerly known as Persia. 


Visit Iran in 15 days 

"Persian Treasury" is a two-week Iran tour that takes you from the colorful palaces and Persian masterpieces of history, art and architecture to the oasis and desert landscapes which amaze every spectator by its unique scenery. You will visit the most attractive sights of Iran in 15 days to experience the history and life style of Iranian people - whether it’s the Achaemenid capital at Persepolis or the astonishing Imam Square in Isfahan.  

During this trip we will visit the country’s most important attractions that has no equal in the Islamic world. The brightest star of all is, of course, Isfahan; a name that recalls the majestic architectural and intellectual achievements of Persian culture, together with Susa, Shiraz, Yazd, Hamadan and Tehran

Our "Persian Treasury" trip starts in the capital city of Tehran, then we fly south to Ahvaz to take opportunity of a short visit of Susa, the oldest inhabited cradle of civilization - the land of Ziggurats

Shiraz will be our next destination that we drive to; the homeland of the famous Poets, and Perisan Art, and also Persepolis - the incredible legacy of Achaemenid Empire. Our trip continues with Yazd, an amazing desert city famous for its Islamic architecture, wind Towers, Persian Qanats, mosques, minarets, and desert life style.

After Yazd, we will visit Isfahan, an amazing city titled 'half the world' according to a 16th-century adage; After spending a few days here, you may well agree! Isfahan is the home to fine Islamic buildings, blue mosaic tiles, fascinating bazaar, superb palaces, tranquil gardens and picturesque bridges crossing the Zayandeh rud river. 

The journey ends with interesting cities of Hamadan, Kermanshah and Zanjan; Cities You can learn about inside the detailed itinerary. 

The "Persian Treasury" traces the magnificent legacies of the Persian Empire which will not fail to inspire, old desert towns, the snow capped mountains, vast deserts, oasis towns and spontaneous engagement with the locals that provide surprise at every point of our diverse itinerary. 

Detailed Itinerary 

Duration: 15 Days 

Cities to be visited: Tehran, Ahvaz, Susa, Shushtar, Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan, Hamadan, Kermanshah, Zanjan, Qazvin 

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Day 1: Arrival, Sightseeing in Tehran - O/N Tehran

After arrival at Tehran Airport (IKIA), our representative will meet and transfer you to your hotel to rest.

In the morning, we will visit the National Museum of Iran, where you can see fabulous historical items from 5000 BC to the advent of Islam in Iran which shows a brief history of our land.

After the museum we'll walk to the Golestan complex (a UNESCO World Heritage) The glories of the Qajar Era are played out across this complex of palaces set around an elegant garden, ornamented with mirrors, paintings, glazed tiles. After the visit we walking along the Grand Bazaar dating back to the Qajar era (almost 260 years old). 

In the afternoon we will also visit the National Jewels of Iran located in the central bank of IRI. 


- Golestan palace 

- National Museum of Iran

- Iran national Jewels Museum    

Tehran View

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Tehran is a metropolitan city, with great museums, parks, restaurants, warm friendly people. It deserves at least a few days of your Iran trip itinerary.
The city can be roughly divided into two different parts - north and south. The northern districts of Tehran are more prosperous, modern, cosmopolitan and expensive while southern parts is more historic and commercial. 
At the time of the Zand dynasty, Tehran was a small town that was significant from a strategic point of view. The first king of Qajar dynasty, Agha Mohammed Khan, chose Tehran as the country's capital in 1778, and most of its growth started during the reign of a subsequent Qajar monarch, Fath-Ali Shah (Agha Khan's Successor) 

Even though the Qajar dynasty was in a period of decline, Tehran soon took the shape of a modern city. The structure of large government buildings, new streets, recreation centres, urban service organizations, and academic and methodical centres were started, even as most of the old gates and buildings were destroyed and the city's old architectural fabric replaced by a contemporary one.

A combination of factors make Tehran a pleasant place to visit: The dry climate which is constantly cool (except in summer time), the proximity of the mountains, the parks and gardens where flowers blossom all through the year. The Alborz range on the north of Tehran, which hosts Damavand -the highest peak in Iran- provides fantastic conditions for ski lovers in the winter. In winter, the mountain hotels and ski resorts at Shemshak, and Dizine are full several days a week. Some specialist skiers consider the snow value in northern Tehran to be one of the most excellent in the world. Read more 


Day 2: Afternoon flight to Ahvaz, O/N Ahvaz

Today, we'll visit the residential palaces of Mohamad Reza Shah, his father and some members of the former Iranian royal family . Its huge garden occupying an area of 180 hectares , makes Sa'ad Abad the greatest cultural complex in modern Tehran consisting of 7 palaces. After this visit, a short stop at Tajrish local market will be a memorable experience. 

- Afternoon flight to Ahvaz (Duration 01:20 h) 


- Sa'ad Abad Palace Complex 

- Tajrish Local Market 

- Azadi Tower 

Tajrish Bazaar Tehran

Day 3: Drive to Shush & Shushtar - O/N Ahvaz

Susa is one of the oldest cities of Iran. Once official capital of Elamite kingdome and also Achamenian empire, Susa is famous for its Elamite Chogazanbil temple dating back to 1250 BC.  Our visit today will continue with Daniel’s tomb, Apadana excavation site and watermills of Shushtar.    


- Chogazanbil Zigorat (UNESCO Site)

- Apadana excavation site (UNESCO Site) 

- Shushtar Watermills (UNESCO Site)

Susa Shush

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Susa is one of the oldest cities in the world. Archaeological excavations show that the area was inhabited by farmers in 9000 BC. They have left traces of their lives that have now been discovered in the form of various ancient mounds. In 5000 BC, people lived here in fortified citadels, and 4000 years ago, living in Susa became urban. This region, which is located between the Karkheh and Dez rivers, was the political capital of the Elamites. 

Darius I of the Achaemenid dynasty rebuilt the city and established his Apadana palace on the royal hills of Susa. Xerxes also lived in Susa. During the reign of Artaxerxes I, unfortunately, most of the buildings in Susa were destroyed by a large fire. Remains of these antiquities came out of the ground in the 20th century. Most of them have been destroyed due to the leveling of the Khuzestan plain for agricultural purposes. The Iran-Irak war caused also great damage to antiquities. On the other hand, unauthorized excavations by plain dwellers and the interest of western archaeologists and museum owners have led to the destruction of most of these works or taken to museums abroad. Read more


Day 4: Drive to Shiraz , O/N Shiraz

Now it’s time to enjoy the nature through the long but very scenic road of Ahvaz - Shiraz passing the Zagros mountains. Near Shiraz there will be a sightseeing stop at Bishapur ancient site to be fascinated by some 1800 year old bas-reliefs and ruins. 


- Bishapur & Tang-e Chogan

- Sarab Bahram Carving 


Day 5: Sightseeing in Shiraz , O/N Shiraz

After breakfast, we will visit Nasir-al-Molk Mosque (or Pink Mosque) which was built by one of the princes of the Qajar Dynasty, in 1888. Its interior reveals a magnificent masterpiece of design with stunning pink color. We will then walk to continue the exploration in Shiraz old town at the beautiful orange-scented Narenjestan Garden, laid out in the 19th century. Today You’ll have free time to explore and shop in the Vakil Bazaar, home to hundreds of stores, and beautiful courtyards. We will end our sightseeing day in the lovely shrine of Ali bin Hamza, a shi'ite saint. 


- Narenjestan Garden

- Vakil Mosque

- Bazzar

- Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque

- Imamzadeh Ali bin Hamze shrine

Nasir Al Molk Shiraz

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Shiraz, "The city of roses and poets", is the heart of Iran’s history and a center for the rich Persian literary heritage. Known as the cultural capital of Iran, the provincial capital of Fars province has been a cradle of civilization and art for many centuries. Famous philosophers, thinkers and poets produced their masterpieces in this beautiful city. Shiraz is situated in a plain surrounded by two mountain ranges offering a mild climate and magnificently impressive gardens to this city. Shiraz, one of Iran's oldest cities and the fourth biggest in the country, has been the capital of Persia during the Zand dynasty and hosts quite a few interesting historical sites. Shiraz is known as the city of flowers and nightingales, referring to its beautiful gardens and two very famous poets; Sa'adi and Hafez. There are quite a few beautiful mosques and other historical buildings showing the fantastic architecture, tile works and mirror works of Zand and Qajar era. Read more 


Day 6: Visit Persepolis & Necropolis- O/N Shiraz

We visit Persepolis in the morning when the site is relatively not crowded. A comprehensive tour is provided bringing to life the history of this magnificent ruin. Ruler of the largest empire the world had ever seen, Darius I started constructing the great metropolis capital to serve as a ceremonial capital in around 512 BC. Subsequent Achaemenian kings, including Xerxes, added their own palaces over the next 150 years. A good three hours is needed to explore Persepolis.

A short drive away is the four impressive burial tombs of Darius and his successors, Naghsh-e Rostam, which have been hewn from the rock. After the group arrives back in Shiraz, the time will permit a good visit to tomb of Hafiz.


Half day tour of Persepolis Complex (UNESCO Site)
Rock tombs of Naqsh-e Rustam
Tomb of Hafiz


Learn about PERSEPOLIS Close

Now an archaeological site in Iran, the ancient city of Persepolis was founded by Darius the Great in 518 BC as the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Persian Empire.
On an immense half-artificial, half-natural terrace, the great king created an impressive palace complex inspired by Mesopotamian models. The importance and quality of the ruins at Persepolis led to its recognition by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. 

Though evidence of some prehistoric settlement at the site has been unearthed, Persepolis inscriptions reveal that construction of Parseh began under Darius I (r.522–486 BC). As a new king, Darius made Persepolis the new capital of Persia that could replace Pasargadae, the capital and burial place of Cyrus the Great. Built in a remote and mountainous region, Persepolis could not be used as royal residence and was mainly visited in the spring in occasion of Iranian new year celebration called Nowruz

Many parts of this complex were built and decorated during the reign of Darius I, Xerxes and Artaxerxes I; but the construction and completion of Persepolis palaces continued until the end of the Achaemenid rule.The luxurious palaces of Persepolis were used as the spring residence of Achaemenid kings for centuries and are still considered as one of the most prominent and enduring historical sites of ancient Iran. Read more about Persepolis >>

A few km further, another interesting visit will be Naqsh-e Rostam or Necropolis: Darius the great decided that the burial place of the Achamenid kings had to lie a few miles from Persepolis, and he chose the cliff site of Naqsh-i Rustam (also Naqsh-e Rostam) where some old Elamite works already stood as the home of the large tombs hewn out of the vertical rock face. Instead of creating a mausoleum in the form of a house like that of Cyrus II at Pasargadae, here the architectural formula was totally changed with the realization of colossal tombs cut directly out of the mountain face and visible from a great distance.  Read more about Naqsh-e Rostam >>


Day 7: Drive to Yazd via Pasargadae- O/N Yazd

We embark on the 450 km lovely drive from Shiraz to Yazd which in some parts is very picturesque.
En-route, we will stop at Pasargadae the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire that lies in ruins. Pasargadae reveals the tomb of Cyrus the Great, the founder of the Persian Empire under the Achaemenid dynasty in 500 AD.


- Pasargadae – Tomb of Cyrus The Great (UNESCO Site)

- Abarkuh old Cypress tree


Learn about PASARGADAE Close

The dynastic capital of Pasargadae was built by Cyrus the Great during 6th century BC with contributions from different peoples of the empire founded by him. It became a fundamental phase in the evolution of the classic Persian art and architecture. With its palaces, gardens, and the tomb of the founder of the dynasty, Cyrus the Great, Pasargadae represents exceptional testimony to the Achaemenid civilisation in Persia. The 'Four Gardens' type of royal ensemble created in Pasargadae became a prototype for Western Asian architecture and design. Pasargadae is located in the plain on the river Polvar, in the heart of Pars, the homeland of the Persians. The position of the town is also denoted in its name: 'the camp of Persia'. Read more 


Day 8: Sightseeing in Yazd - O/N Yazd

Yazd is one of the oldest continuously inhabited towns of Iran. The old town of Yazd dominated by minarets, adobe structures, and the ingeniously-designed wind towers that served as cooling systems, would be a highlight of this trip. Yazd is also the center of Iran’s Zoroastrian community, which is where you’ll begin the day’s sightseeing.

Our visits start with Towers of Silence, where Zoroastrians used to leave dead bodies until the mid-1900s. According to Zoroastrian rules, dead should not be buried under ground. They were transported to these enclosures built on hill tops, where they were left to decompose. 

The next site will be the Zoroastrian fire temple. At this still-active Zoroastrian Fire Temple, you’ll see a sacred flame that is said to have been burning for the past 1,500 years. 

In Amir Chakhmaq Square, you’ll see a very impressive structure. Although more often described as the entrance to a now non-existent bazaar, the chief function of Amir-Chakhmaq structure is known as a Tekyeh (congregation place for rituals) and the square before it, was to host Ta'ziyeh ( a cycle of passion plays commemorating the martyrdom of the third Imam of Shiites, Imam Hossein) which takes place once a year during the mourning month of Moharram. The site dating from fifteenth century, is named after its builder, Amir Jalal Al-Din Chakhmagh,  governor of Yard.

The next place to visit is the Friday Mosque of Yazd (Yazd Jamee Mosque) built in 1324, where you can gaze upon the tallest mosque minarets in the country.


- Yazd Jameh Mosque

- Mir Chakhmaq Complex

- Zoroastrian Fire Temple

- Towers of Silence

Yazd Old Town

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The city of Yazd’s first mention in historic records predate it back to around 3000 B.C. when it was related to by the name of Ysatis, and was then part of the domain of Medes, an ancient kingdom of Iran. In the course of history due to its distance from important capitals and its harsh natural surrounding, Yazd remained immune to major troops' movements and destruction from wars, therefore it kept many of its traditions, city forms and architecture until recent times. During the invasion of Genghis Khan in the early 1200’s A.D. Yazd became a safe haven and home for many artists, intellectuals and scientists fleeing their war ravaged cities around Persia.

The city of Yazd is considered the bride of Iranian central desert. It is a treasure of Iranian architecture with the utmost elegance and beauty.
Due to its climatic conditions, Yazd city is full of high wind towers, magnificent reservoirs and huge historical Qanats. All these extraordinary tourist attractions, along with the bazaar and the customs of local people have made Yazd one of the top tourism hubs in Iran.  Read more 


Day 9: Drive to Isfahan via Naein - O/N Isfahan

We embark on the 300km desert drive from Yazd to Isfahan which in some parts is aligned with Pistachio fields. We break the road at Naein (Nain) where we can have lunch and a short visit to one of the oldest mosques of Iran.

Naein Jameh Mosque

Day 10: Sightseeing in Isfahan - O/N Isfahan

Spend today discovering the wonders of Isfahan. You'll have plenty of time to soak up the atmosphere during a tour starting at Imam Square or Naqsh-e Jahan, which covers an area of 82,500 square metres. This 17th-century complex is the second largest square in the world (after Tiananmen in Beijing).

In the square, you’ll visit the 17th-century Imam Mosque, easily recognized by its magnificent blue tile-work and soaring dome and minarets. It is known as the most beautiful mosque of Iran and a masterpiece of Islamic architecture. We will also visit Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, also known as the Ladies Mosque due to its function believed to be the private mosque of the King's wives. It is renowned for a bright color domed, where and its amazing interior.

The next stop will be at Aali Qapu Palace, where you’ll marvel at its beautiful music hall ceiling and the balconies where Safavid kings would sit to enjoy the polo competitions taking place in the square. We'll finish our exploration of the square by visiting the Qeisarieh Bazaar with hundreds of local shops selling traditional handicrafts and art. It’s a wonderful market to shop your souvenirs. 

Next up is Chehel Sotun Palace, set in the middle of a beautiful garden in front of a huge reflecting pool. This graceful pavilion was built under Shah Abbas II for entertainment and court receptions. Chehel Sotoun meaning the "Forty Column" is a long-standing relic of the Safavid rule in Iran, which fascinates visitors with its amazing and original architecture. The splendid mural paintings of Chehel sotoun are just one of its many attractions.  


- Naqsh-e Jahan Square (UNESCO Site)

- Aali Qapu Palace

- Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque

- Imam Mosque

- Chehel Sotun Palace (UNESCO Site)

Aali Qapu Palace

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Formerly described as Florence of Orient, Isfahan is considered one of the finest cities in the Islamic world.
When you tread into the city, it seems as if it has been preparing itself for an impromptu royal visit. It is a city of inspiring architecture, elegant mosques, churches, graceful palaces, beautiful gardens and gorgeous bridges, a city made for the refreshment of humanity.
In Isfahan You can hardly find a street without a wide central pedestrian reservation of trees, fountains and flowers. Behind every corner you stumble upon spectacular remainders of rich past. In its heyday under Safavid Empire when the city flourished and gave birth to its outstanding Islamic and Iranian architecture, Esfahan was a large city with a population of one million and owned many parks, libraries, public baths, shops and mosques that amazed western visitors, who had not seen anything like that at home.
One of the great achievements of Shah Abass I was "The Pattern of the world" or Naqsh-e Jahan Square (now Imam Square) which is a real jewel on Isfahan's crown. 
Somewhere in the west of Imam Square, a beautiful tree-lined boulevard, offers delightful hours of walking under its cool green shades. Chahar Bagh is the main street of Esfahan and traverses Zayandeh Rud through Si-o-se Pol. Zayandeh Rud is crossed by some of the world's most picturesque covered bridges. Read more 


Day 11: Sightseeing in Isfahan - O/N Isfahan

In the morning, we visit the astonishing Isfahan Grand Mosque (Jame Mosque) and the Armenian Vank Church before an afternoon stroll along the river and lovely ancient bridges. 


- Jameh Mosque

- Vank Cathedral Museum

- Isfahan famous Bridges (Si-o-seh & Khaju)

Day 12: Drive to Hamadan - O/N Hamadan

After about 5 hour drive we will arrive in Hamadan, the oldest capital city of Iran. Once called Ekbatana, the city was the capital of Medians. In Hamdan we will visit Shir-e Sangi (stone lion), Tomb of Avecina and if time pernits, Ganj-nameh.  


- Avecina Compolex
- Stone Lion

Hamadan City Iran

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The city of Hamedan is located in west Iran in a mountainous region at the foot of Alvand mountain at an altitude of 1900 m above sea level and is one of the coldest cities in Iran.The climatic and natural location of Hamadan province, which makes it suitable for agricultural and livestock activities, has long caused this region to be the place of establishment and development of ancient civilizations. Existence of a considerable number of prehistoric ancient hills in different places is the proof of this claim. The results of studies and excavations show that the people living in Hamadan region in 6000 years ago had a relatively advanced culture and civilization. The oldest Assyrian inscriptions mention Hamedan as "Axia" meaning the city of Kasian and this shows that the history of civilization in the center of the province dates back to at least the third millennium BC. Read More 


Day 13: Excursion to Kermanshah - O/N Hamadan

After breakfast, we start our interesting excursion to Kermanshah, 100 km far from Hamadan.

30 km from Kermanshah, we will reach one of the greatest symbols of the history and greatness of Iran, namely Bistoon or Behisotoun. This important ancient bas-relief is carved on a mountain of the same name, which brings to life the glory days of the Achaemenid Empire. This relief shows Darius the Great, the great king of Persia, and the description of his victory over his enemy "Gaumata". 

At the northernmost point of Kermanshah, Taq Bostan is located, which is one of the important monuments of ancient Iranian civilization. The construction of this complex took a hundred years and narrates the history of three Sassanid kings. This collection was built in the 3rd century AD and has great artistic and historical value. Several historical scenes such as the coronation of king Khosrow Parviz, the coronation of Ardeshir II, the coronation of Shapur II and ShapurIII, as well as several inscriptions are engraved in cave-like arches. 

In the afternoon we drive back to Hamadan. 

- Bistoon
- Taq-e Bustan bas-reliefs (UNESCO Site)

 Taq Bostan Kermanshah Iran

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Kermanshah is the ninth most populous and one of the largest cities in Iran and the capital of Kermanshah province. As the largest Kurdish city and the most important one in the central region of western Iran, Kermanshah is one of the historical and cultural centers of the country. Its foundation dates back to the 4th century AD and from that time until the Arab invasion of Iran, it served as the second capital under Sassanids Empire. 

Pre-Islamic historical attractions of Kermanshah are mostly remnants of the Sassanid era, the most prominent of which is Taq Bostan, which is also considered as a symbol of Kermanshah. Taq Bostan is a collection of carvings and inscriptions of the Sassanid period which is located in the northwest of Kermanshah. This collection was built in the 3rd century AD and has great artistic and historical value. Several historical scenes such as the coronation of king Khosrow Parviz, the coronation of Ardeshir II, the coronation of Shapur II and ShapurIII, as well as several inscriptions are engraved in cave-like arches. Read More


Day 14: Drive to Zanjan via Alisadr cave - O/N Zanjan

After breakfast we start a fantastic day with some light adventure; boating and walk in Alisadr Cave. 

As one of the biggest attractions of Hamadan province and the world's largest water cave, Alisadr is ranked among the most popular sites of Iran with thousands of visitors year-round, especially in spring and summer.
This cave is located in Kaboodar Ahang , a city 60 Km from Hamadan. The distance from Kabudarahang to Alisadr Village is 50 Km. Alisadr is one of the few water caves in the world. Its Jurassic period rocks from the second geological period, takes you back to 190 million years ago. 

After a 2-hour visit of the cave, we will continue our drive to Zanjan

- Boating in Alisadr Water Cave

Zanjan Iran

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The city of Zanjan is the provincial capital of the same name province in the northwestern part of Iran and is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the country. Although it is one of the oldest regions of Iran, but its fame and originality is under the shadow of some other neighboring cities such as Ardabil or Hamadan. This city is full of originality and antiquity, full of historical stories and interesting narrations that should take about a thousand and one nights to hear!

the construction of the city dates back to the Sasanian Empire. Conquered by the Muslims in the 7th century, obliterated by the Mongols and by Tamerlane during the 13th and 14th centuries, and having a vivid record in civilization, culture, arts and science, the city of Zanjan is now the center of an agricultural zone with abundant wheat crops and industries producing milled rice and flour, hand-woven cloth, metal ware, and carpets. Read More


Day 15: Drive to Tehran via Sultanieh & Qazvin- O/N Tehran

Our Drive to Tehran (400 km) will get more interesting with a stop at Sultanieh Dome; The largest brick dome in the world.  This monument dates from Il-khanid Era (Mongols) and was constructed following the order of famous converted mongol ruler called Uljaito.  We also visit some historical monuments in Qazvin city such as Friday mosque, Imamzadeh Hossein holy shrine and Chehel Sotoun. 

- Zanjan Sultanieh Dome
- Jame Mosque of Qazvin
- Imamzadeh Hosein
- Chehel Sotun Edifice and Museum



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Trip Highlights

Iran 15-day Tour Highlights

The National Museum of Iran

Jewellery Museum

Chogazanbil Ziggurat Temple 

Yazd old Town and its Zoroastrian sites

Isfahan's Naghsh-e-Jahan square

UNSECO world heritage site of Persepolis

The desert drives 

Sultanieh Dome in Zanjan 


Tour Dates

Iran 15-day Group tour

Dates 2021


There is no scheduled "Persian Breeze" Tour 

This program can be done as a private Tour

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Tour Price

Iran 15-day Tour Price 

From € 1780 Per person 

Single Supplement: € 390



Trip Info

Trip Duration: 15 days
Grade: Active
Activities: Cultural Tour
Accommodation: Hotels / 15 nights


2 nights - Hotel in Tehran
2 nights - Hotel in Ahvaz
3 night - Hotel in Shiraz
2 nights - Hotel in Yazd
3 nights - Hotel in Isfahan
2 nights - Hotel in Hamadan
1 night - Hotel in Zanjan


Air-conditioned bus/minibus/car


Breakfast  15
Lunch   4
Dinner  3

Service Includes

. All Airport transfers
. Hotel accommodation
. Breakfast
. Full-time transports
. Domestic flight
. Full-time Experienced guide
. Visa support & reference code

Service Excludes

. International airfare
. Personal insurance
. Visa stamp fee
. Lunch & Dinner
. Tips & Portages


Important note:

These trip notes represent the most current information for this itinerary, and may supersede any information in the current brochure, including but not limited to the itinerary and price. The itinerary should be seen as a guide only. This itinerary may change at any time due to inclement weather, forces of nature and other circumstances beyond our control.


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