Tehran(2 n)  – Mashhad (2n)  – Kerman (2n) – Yazd (2n)- Shiraz (3n) – Isfahan (4)  – Kashan (3n)

During this very varied, individual tour traveling along the many cultural highlights and varied nature that Iran has. There is plenty of time to explore each town quietly at your own convenience. Moreover, traveling across country to see the Iranian landscape as much as possible.

Day 1 : Arrive at Tehran IKA airport.

Day 1-2 : Town Exploration Tehran metropolis.

Day 3:  Sleep Train to Mashhad (optional: domestic flight).

Day 4-6 : Stay in Mashhad with visit to Imam Reza & Ferdowsi.

Day 6-7 : Deluxe sleeper train through the desert to desert city of Kerman.

Day 7-9 : Stay in Kerman with excursion to the Lut sandcastles.

Day 9-11 : three-day stay in the wonderful desert city  of  Yazd.

Day 11 : Ride to Shiraz with stops in Abarkooh and Pasargad.

Day 11-14 : Stay in Shiraz , the lively heart of the ancient Persian empire.

Day 14 : Private chauffeur to Isfahan via the ancient capital Persepolis.

Day 14-18 : Stay in Isfahan , the cultural capital of Iran.

Day 18 : Private driver  to Kashan and stop over Abyaneh .

Day 18-21 : Three-day stay in the tranquil desert town of Kashan.

Day 21:  Hotel pickup by private driver and transfer to IKA airport via Qom.

Note: price is based on double shared room.

from 1499  € per person

200 € per week

21 days / 20 nights

Private Airport transfers by experienced driver, Driver / guide-Kerman Yazd-Shiraz-Esfahan-Kashan , night private compartment train Tehran-Mashhad and Kerman-Mashhad

Visa invitation | Airport transfers by private driver | local transport between cities | Accommodation in tourist class hotel with breakfast | Local service desk

Excursions : Pasargadae ,Abarkouh , Abyaneh and Qom .

International flight | Visa fee | Entrance

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PersepolisPersepolisRead more


MashadMashad City is Iran’s second largest and has more than 3 million inhabitants. Mashad gets its name from the 8th Imam Reza and buried here since the 9th century, the Sjiitischepilgrimage site of Iran. His enormous mausoleum with impressive mosque makes this city pilgrimage center of Iran. Older Tus, now part of Mashad, the birthplace of Ferdowsi. This poet Read more


KermanThe desert trading city of Kerman has long been a staging point for travelling between Persia and the Indian subcontinent and today it remains the best place from which to explore southeastern Iran. The city has a mud-brick core centeredaround the historic and very lively bazaar. This is surrounded by ever-expanding low-rise, blond-brick suburbs punctuated by qanat-fed Read more


YazdYazd is located on the ancient Silk Road and has ever Marcopolo here spent the night in a Karavanseray.  The old town with its traditional houses joined together is a living monument to himself. Some so-called “friendship” alleys you cannot pass each other without having to socialize with each other. Getting lost in the Old Town is Read more


ShirazShiraz, city of poets and nightingales, located in the heart of the ancient Persian empire. Not for nothing is here beautiful parks and idyllic gardens. Our word paradise comes even from Persian. Shiraz has a wonderful climate and is a tourist-friendly city where it is nice to stay. Shiraz is a medium Iranian town south of Esfahan towards Read more


EsfahanEsfahan is the cultural capital of Iran. The city flourished again when Shah Abbas I, in 1598 established his government. Esfahan This was the 2nd time the center of Persia. Esfahan owes its splendid palaces and the Golden Age mosques . Her nickname is “NESF-e JAHAN or half the world due to its international appeal and the masterpieces of artists from other Read more


TehranTehran is the capital of Iran, in the north of the country. A modern metropolis where more than 10 million people live and work. The economic heart of the city is the bazaar in the south.. Its central Golestan Palace complex, with its ornate rooms and marble throne, was the seat of power of the Qajar Read more

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