Teheran (1n) – Shushtar (2n) – Khorramabad (1n) – Kermanshah (1n) – Sanandaj (1n) – Hamadan (2n) – Tehran IKA Airport

In this trip you experience with a unique 10-day individual tour of the 10 most beautiful villages, cities and areas in western Iran. Admire the archaeological finds in the south western Khuzestan in the Persian Gulf. Visit Shushtar & Shush and be surprised by the ultimate in hospitality in the Kurdistan of Iran.

Upon arrival in Tehran, you will stay overnight in this bustling city and then traveling by train to Shushtar. After viewing the Chogha Zanbil and Shush you come there unwind in a charming traditional 3* hotel. Continue the trip to Khorramabad with impressive Falak-ol-Aflak castle and through Bisotun in Kermanshah where you will perceive the Tagh-e-Bostan. From there you travel further West and enjoy the colorful Kurdish culture in the picturesque mountain village of Palangan and the city of Sanandaj. You want to not leave this beautiful area but the royal Hamadan at the foot of the Alwand announces itself already. Here you can visit the famous tomb of Queen Esther. The excursion to the ancient Ecbatan of the Medes َ, Alisadr unique cave with visiting  Lalehjin village’s pottery  is a nice ending to this unique and fascinating trip .And at the end a driver creates a carefree transfer to IKA airport south of Tehran.

Note: price is based on double shared room. 

from 659 €  per person

10 days / 9 nights

Airport transfers by private car . The sleeper train to Shushtar. Private driver to Khorramabad, Kermanshah, Sanadaj , Hamadan and IKA airport.

8 nights including breakfast in traditional hotel and 4/3* hotels

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

Excursions : Choga Zanbil, Shush ,  Ecbatan.

International flight | Visa fee | Entrance

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Sanandaj  Khosrow Abad Mansion The building located 3 km. from Sanandaj is a memorial of the reputed Amanollah Khan. Its construction is related to the beginning of the Qajar period and it was a seat of government. This aggregation has been built in the form of internal and external sections, with a beautiful garden between Read more


KermanshahKermanshah or Kirmanshah also known as Bākhtarān, the capital of Kermanshah Province, is located 525 kilometres from Tehran in the western part of Iran. A majority of the population speaks Southern Kurdish. Kermanshah has a moderate and mountainous climate. Kermanshah is the largest Kurdish-speaking city in Iran. Bisotun The most important monument of this archaeological Read more


KhorramabadFalak ol aflak castle Situated on the top of a large hill with the same name within the city of Khorramabad, the regional capital of Lorestan province, this Sassanid castle is a remaining from “Shāpūr-Khwāst” ancient city. The height of the entire structure, including the hill, reaches to 40 meters above the surrounding area. The Read more


HamadanHamadan is home to many poets and cultural celebrities as well as one of Iran silk Road cities. It is also said to be among the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities. Hamadan has always been well known for its amazing handicrafts like carpet, leather and ceramic. The Cultural Heritage Organization Iran lists 207 sites of Read more


TehranCity of museums As compared with most of other big cities in Iran, the capital city, Tehran, is a rather newly established one. This big, populated and polluted mega city hosts some beautiful palaces and museums, namely, Golestan Palace, Sa’ad Abad Palace, Niyavaran Cultural-Historic Complex, The National Jewelry Treasury, The National Museum of Iran, The Read more


Shushtar  Shushtar, an ancient fortress city, is the capital of Shushtar County, Khuzestan Province. It is, approximately 92 kilometers away from Ahvaz. Sure the main attraction of any trip to Shushtar is the UNESCO listed Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System. With a history dating back to the 5th century BC, this system involved the creation of Read more