Tour of Classic Persia
13Days & 12 Nights.
Overnight : Tehran 2N, Shiraz 3N, Kerman 2N,Yazd 2N, Isfahan 3 N
Day By Day Travel Itinerary
- Day 01|TEHRANDay 01 TEHRAN Arrive in Tehran. Morning rest at the hotel. Afternoon visit to the Archaeological section of the National Museum, and the Glass and Ceramics Museum. Overnight: Tehran (1/2)
- Day 02|TEHRAN – SHIRAZ, Full day city tour of Tehran to include the Carpet Museum, Golestan Palace, lunch at a local restaurant, and the Crown Jewels Museum. Evening flight to Shiraz. Overnight: Shiraz (1/3).
- Day 03|SHIRAZ Full day city tour to explore the main highlights of the city of Shiraz to include the Eram Gardens, Citadel of Karim Khan Zand, Pars Museum, Vakil Mosque, lunch at a local restaurant, Nasir ol-Mulk Mosque, Naranjestan Museum, tombs of Sa’di and Hafez, and Vakil Bazaar. Overnight: Shiraz (2/3).
- Day 04|Excursion to PERSEPOLIS and PASARGADAE Full day excursion to Persepolis, Naqsh-i Rostam, Naqsh-i Rajab, lunch at a local restaurant, and Pasargadae. Overnight: Shiraz (3/3).
- Day 05|SHIRAZ – KERMAN Drive to Kerman, stop en route to see the ruins of Sarvestan Palace, drive along the edge of the magical landscape of the Sand Desert, picnic lunch at Neiriz and visit its 10th-century Jami‘ Mosque. Overnight: Kerman
- Day 06|Excursion to RAYEN and MAHAN Full day excursion to the citadel of Rayen, stop at Mahan to have lunch at the Shazdeh Paradise Garden, and visit the 15th-century Shrine of Shah Nematollah Vali. Overnight: Kerman (2/2).
- Day 07|KERMAN – YAZD Morning city tour of Kerman to see the city’s main monuments including the 3rd-century fortress, Ice House, Jabbalieh, 14th-century Jami‘ Mosque, the Old Bazaar, and the 17th-century Ganj Ali Khan Complex. Lunch at a local restaurant before skirting the central Iranian desert following the ancient caravan route to Yazd, passing some of the great royal caravanserais along the way. Overnight: Yazd (1/2).
- Day 08|YAZD Full day city tour of the city of Yazd to include the 14th-century Jami‘ Mosque, shrines of Seyyed Rokneddin and Davazdah Imam, Prison of Alexander, lunch at a local restaurant, Water Museum, Tekkeh of Amir Chaqmaq, Dawlatabad Gardens, modern Zoroastrian fire temple, and Towers of Silence. Overnight: Yazd (2/2).
- Day 09|YAZD – MAYBOD – NAIN – ISFAHAN Drive to Isfahan, stop en route in Maybod to see its mud-brick citadel, urban caravanserai and Ice House, in Nain stop at Mohammadiye to see the traditional wool-weaving, lunch at Nain Tourist Inn, visit the 10th-century Jami‘ Mosque of Nain and the Ethnological Museum before driving on to Isfahan. Overnight: Isfahan (1/3
- Day 10|ISFAHAN Full day city tour to explore the monumental capital of Safavid Persia, opportunity to visit most of the main attractions of Isfahan including palace pavilions of Hasht Behesht and Chehel Sutun, Shahrestan Bridge, Khaju Bridge, Sio-Se Pol, lunch at a local restaurant, the monuments surrounding the vast Naqsh-i Jahan Square including Ali Qapu Pavilion, Shaikh Lutfollah Mosque, Abbasi Mosque, and the monumental entrance to Qayssarieh Bazaar. Overnight: Isfahan (2/3).
- Day 11|ISFAHAN Half day city tour of Isfahan to see the great 12th-century Jami‘ Mosque of Isfahan, on to Armenian Quarter to visit Vank Cathedral, lunch at a local restaurant, and enjoy the balance of the day at Naqsh-i Jahan Square for shopping and dinner at a traditional restaurant. Overnight: Isfahan (3/3).
- Day12|ISFAHAN – TEHRAN Morning at leisure. Afternoon flight to Tehran. Overnight: Tehran (2/2
- Day 13|TEHRAN
The best time to travel
All seasons have their own attractions. Thanks to the geographical diversity, you can experience all kinds of climates in every season in Iran.
Considering the vast territory of Iran, there are different regions in different times in a given time. In fact, there are different types of weather and conditions in Iran; the climate can be according to where you are. Wet, dry, warm or cold.
July is the hottest month in Iran. In winter, it is also possible to see significant snowfall in certain areas. Due to the summer heat and the weather, the cold and often cold winter, spring and autumn are very short seasons in Iran. While the summer is usually warm, but winter temperatures Especially in the mountains is often below zero.
Foreigners are not required to obtain a visa to travel to the free trade zones of the Islamic Republic of Iran (such as Kish, Qeshm, Chabahar, etc.), and can easily enter these areas at entrance points with a 14-day entry permit. Obviously, if you wish to continue traveling to other parts of the country, you can go to the State Department's Delegation office in that free zone and receive the necessary visa requirements. Wife's written request Copy of marriage certificate Copy the birth certificate Mother's written request And copy the marriage certificate Required Documents for Issuing Visa Types Visa Application Form A Leaf A 4 × 3 biometric photo piece (face-to-face, without hat and glasses, white background) Principal valid passport (with a validity of at least six months and having white pages) Paying visa fees in Iran