Tour of Iranian Glimpse

Shiraz, Isfahan, Tehran

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It takes more than it seems to get the picture of Iran and this trip is organized for those who have just started discovering Iran. In Shiraz you will perceive country’s ancient times, history of four centuries ago in Isfahan and today’s perspective in Tehran. These three capitals from ancient times to present, give you a vast comprehension of Iran. We invite you come to this land in a short one-week trip, looking forward to your return.



  • Tailored for those who have limited time
  • Visiting Iran highlights in a short glance
  • Experiencing Iran’s popular destinations

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Day 1 Arrival in Shiraz

Our trip begins from Shiraz. After arrival at hotel, our visit starts with Karimkhan citadel and Vakil historical complex (BazaarMosque and bath) . After lunch time at city center, we go to Narenjestan-e Qavam garden and Nasir Al-Molk mosque. With its mystic atmosphere at night, tomb of Hafez would become one of everlasting scenes from Iran in our minds.

Day 2 Shiraz

On our second day in Shiraz we visit Pasargadae (135 km from Shiraz), the tomb of the most popular King of ancient Iran, Cyrus the Great. After having lunch and visiting Naqsh-e Rostam relief (a necropolis), we head to Persepolis (60 km from Shiraz), the remnants of ancient civilization of Persia. Passing through Quran Gate, we return to our hotel in Shiraz.

Day 3 Shiraz

Today we visit Eram Garden and then head to tomb of Saadi, a medieval Iranian poet. After lunchtime, we have the rest of the day on our own to feel the poetic spirit of the city.

Day 4 Shiraz to Isfahan

We leave hotel after breakfast to visit one of the most beautiful cities of Iran, Isfahan (480 km). In the afternoon and after having lunch on our way, we arrive in Isfahan with enough time to visit two of city’s historical bridges, Si-o-se Pol and Khaju.

Day 5 Isfahan

Today we visit Naqsh-e Jahan Square with four highlighted sites located around it: Imam MosqueSheikh Lotfollah mosqueAli Qapu palace and Isfahan Traditional Bazaar. After enjoying our lunch near one of world’s largest squares, we head to Hasht Behesht and Chehel Sotoun palace.

Day 6 Isfahan to Tehran

Today we leave the hotel for capital of Iran, Tehran (450 km) in the afternoon. Before that there is enough time to visit Vank cathedral and Jame’ mosque of Isfahan. Heading to Tehran, we leave Isfahan after lunchtime.

Day 7 Tehran

It’s the last day of our trip. To discover the most about Iran’s capital, we visit some highlights such as Golestan palace complexNational museum of Iran and National Jewelry museum before enjoying our farewell dinner in an Iranian traditional restaurant.

Day 8 Leaving Iran

And finally it’s time to bid farewell to Iran as we get transferred to the airport early in the morning for our return flight home.


  • Visa services
  • Accommodation with breakfast
  • Disposal coach
  • Daily excursions with local tourist guide
  •  All entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Daily refreshments
  • Travel insurance coverage in Iran



  • Lunches and dinners
  • Hotel extra charges
  • International flights
  • Iran SIM Card
  • Tips and personal expenses



  • Best time to go is from January to June and October to December.
  • Food: Dizi/Abgoosht (stew)
  • Music: Iranian Folklore
  • Photos are not contractually binding



  • For the cancellations received 120-30 days prior to the trip, 20% of the total invoice will be charged.
  • For the cancellations received 15-30 days prior to the trip, 50% of the total invoice will becharged.
  • For the cancellations received 15-5 days prior to the trip, 75% of the total invoice will be charged.
  • For the cancellations received less than 5 days prior to the trip, nothing of the total invoice will be charged.




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