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Discover Persian carpet

This 10-days package tells you the history of Persian carpet, from when the first carpet called Pazyryk was woven until now. In addition to carpet, you’ll touch the great Iranian culture throughout your trip in Tehran (the capital), Shiraz, Yazd, Isfahan and Kashan. By sure, Iranian culture will stun you.
Tour Duration :
10 days & 9 nights.
Start from : per person.

Terms and Conditions

Cancellation policy:

  • Any cancellation at 90 days prior to arrival date: NO charge(except in case of issuing the flight tickets to guarantee the seats or rooms in hotels)
  • Any cancellation between 89 days to 30 days prior to arrival date: 15% charge
  • Any cancellation between 29 days to 20 days prior to arrival date: 30% charge
  • Any cancellation between 19 days to 10 days prior to arrival date: 50% charge
  • Any cancellation less than 10 days: 100% charge
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Day 1

Your Flight will be landed in IKA (Imam Khomeini airport) in Tehran. From now on, we host you during your trip in Iran. Our representative brings you to hotel for check-in and rest.

Day 2

This is the first day visit of Iran. In the morning, we get out of the hotel and drive to the center, the historical part of the city. Our first place of visit is “Golestan palace”. Golestan palace is a complex which is made up of several other palaces which are all gathered to form the Golestan palace. This colorful tiled building has been used for so many important events in the past by previous kings and queens.

Taking a few steps, we found ourselves in hearth of “the Grand Bazaar”, one of the largest covered bazaars in the world. Visiting the oldest bazaar of Tehran would definitely sound awesome. Regarding its traditional architecture, a superb visual pleasure is provided for its visitors.

 “Treasury of National Jewels” is our next stop. Here at the national jewelry museum you would not take your eyes off from one valuable object to another. The treasury of national museum is not just a museum in Tehran; it is among top 10 museums of the world with so many historical and valuable jewelries from hundreds of years ago. Every piece has been collected from different part of the world.

 In the evening (not obligated), “Tabiat Bridge” show us a great view of Iran. The multilevel, sculptural pedestrian bridge, designed by Iranian architect Leila Araghian, is a fun space to relax and, in good weather, it provides superb views of the north Tehran skyline.

Get back to hotel for rest.

Day 3

Second day in Tehran is for the north.

The first place of visit is “Sa’d Abad palace”. The summer home of royal family from Qajar dynasty to the Pahlavi, who expanded it to the site you see today. Covering 110 hectares and comprising 18 separate buildings, it will take you a good three hours to see everything.

In Tajrish district we couldn’t avoid ”Tajrish Bazaar” and its fresh fruits and dynamic atmosphere. It is a great place for afternoon shopping, relaxing, drinking a coffee and enjoying the weather and the view of mountains.

After having lunch, ”Azadi tower” is our must see. The inverted-Y-shaped Azadi Tower, designed by Hossein Amanat, combines modern and traditional architecture of Iranians. It was built in 1971 to commemorate the 2500th anniversary of the first Persian empire and was the scene of much protest during the 1979 revolution.

In the evening, we fly to beautiful Shiraz for check-in and rest.

Day 3

Not wasting the time, we start exploring Shiraz from ”Nasir-ol-Molk mosque”, the most photographic mosque of Iran, Step on mosque to see the pink and the beauty of the Iranian architecture. It is known as the “Pink Mosque” Because of the usage of considerable pink color tiles for its interior design.

A few minutes from the mosque, one of the most famous buildings of Zand kings and Shiraz is located. “Karim Khan castle”, this burly fortress was part of the royal court that Karim Khan hoped would rival Esfahan and because of that that, its design is a combination of military and residential architecture.

“Narenjestan Ghavam” is the next. Narenjestan Ghavam or Qavam house is one of the most beautiful and praised garden of Iran. Built during Qajar era (about hundred years ago) by Qavam family who were among the political figures of Shiraz, the place was for residence of the whole family and the office for administrating purpose.

“Eram garden” is the next garden but still have a lot to offer. Called as “a piece of the heaven, it has the form of well-known Persian garden. It should be noted that the word “Eram” is the Persian version of the Arabic word “Iran” which means heaven in Islam’s holiest of books, the Quran.

Not enough for Shiraz? “Hafez tomb” is not obligated in the evening but is definitely a must see. Iranians have a saying that every home must have two things: First the Quran and then Hafez collection. There’s no better place to know about this great figure of Iran poetry history.

Back to hotel and rest in the evening.

Day 4

We start the second day of Shiraz from the most famous attraction of the city and Iran, “Persepolis”. Registered as UNESCO world heritage, it was conceived by Darius the Great who, in 520 BC, inherited the responsibility for ruling the world’s first known empire founded by his predecessor, Cyrus the Great.

Our next stop is the spectacular rock tombs called “Necropolis”. The tombs are believed to be for Darius II, Artaxerxes I, Darius I and Xerxes I although historians are still debating this.

Not enough for Shiraz? “Hafez tomb” is not obligated in the evening but is definitely a must see. Iranians have a saying that every home must have two things: First the Quran and then Hafez collection. There’s no better place to know about this great figure of Iran poetry history.

Back to hotel and rest

Day 5

Enough for Shiraz, we leave toward Yazd


By taking a few drives, we will reach to the Yazd. But en-route, Pasargadea; can’t be missed.

Founded by Cyprus the great, Pasargadea was one of the oldest residences of the Achaemenid kings. Pasargad consists of the tomb of the Cyrus the great and a building known as Zendan-e Soleyman.

After check-in, ” Amir chakhmaq complex” and” Jame mosque of Yazd” await us.

”Jameh Mosque of Yazd” and ”Amir Chakhmahk” will show you the beauty of colors. Jameh Mosque of Yazd is the main, congregational mosque of Yazd dates back to original building dates back to Sassanid Era. The exquisite mosaics on the dome and Mihrab, and the tiles above the main western entrance to the courtyard are masterpieces of calligraphy, evoking sacred names in infinitely complex patterns.


Still excited by the breathtaking architecture, we get back to hotel for rest.

Day 6

Full-day sightseeing in Yazd will give you a good perspective of the city. Yazd is a ‘don’t miss’ destination because of its winding lanes, forest of badgirs, mud-brick houses and delightful places to stay.

Our first place of visit is ”Dolat Abad garden”, a residence of Persian regent Karim Khan Zand. The tallest wind tower of the pavilion inside the garden is conceivable from miles away. “Badgir”, the traditional air-conditioning system of the garden and also local houses located near desert, shows how people were adapted to the condition.

The second is ”Fahadan neighborhood”, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Yazd. Most of the historical building of Yazd that built with mud brick like aristocratic houses and water cisterns are in this neighborhood.

“Zoroastrian fire temple” is our next place to explore; the place of worship for Zoroastrians. This brick Zoroastrian temple holds a fire that has burned for more than 1,500 years. The ancient flame has been kept alive throughout various centuries and relocations, and continues to burn today.

In the evening, you are free to do whatever you are interested.

Day 7

We leave Yazd toward Isfahan on 7th day. Na’in and Meybod are the cities we explore in our way to Isfahan. Narin castle, Pigeon tower and historical district of Nain will be visited.


Day 8

Isfahan’s attractions are included in 8th day of trip: Naqsh-e Jahan square (UNESCO world heritage) and all its corners including Imam Mosque(also registered as UNESCO world heritage), Sheikh Lotfollah mosque, Ali Qapu, traditional Bazaar.

Day 9

In our second day sightseeing in Isfahan, we will visit Chehel Sotun palace, Molla Bashi historical house and Vank church.

Day 10

After check-out, we leave Isfahan toward Tehran. En-route, Fin garden, Tabatabaiha house, Aqa Bozorg mosque and Abyaneh village are included. In the evening, we move to Tehran and IKA airport for departure.

Hope to see you again in Iran.

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