Travel directly to Kashan, During this 7-day short journey you will meet another Iran. After arriving at IKA airport south of Tehran, the driver waits you in the arrivals hall. To maximize the time in Iran drive over the Persian Gulf highway directly to the desert city of Kashan. During the ride of three hours you will pass an impressive salt desert.

Day 1-2 Kashan | in this desert Town you wake up in a cozy boutique hotel in Kashan, a thousand year old city on the Silk Road on the edge of the Dasht-e Kavir desert. The hotel was once a merchant’s house with a beautiful courtyard. After a good rest and a cup of Iranian tea, you are ready to explore the city with or without a guide. You can walk because you are staying in the center of old town of Kashan. The next day you also have the ability to create a desert excursion to Mehranjab, an old caravanserai with camels and sand dunes.

With private driver to Isfahan In the morning after breakfast you will be picked up by our friendly private driver. He takes you to Isfahan with an optional excursion in the red mountain village of Abeyaneh. After a comfortable ride of three hours to reach the famous Esfahan.

Day 3-5 Isfahan | In Isfahan, the cultural capital of Iran, you stay in a centrally located hotel within walking distance of the famous square Naqsh-e-Jahan. Around here, there are many historical monuments from the golden era of Shah Abbas. A guide can explain the rich history and significance of the local traditions in a city exploration. In the neighboring part, Bazaar, you can admire the local handicraft at your convenience, or buy souvenirs. In the evening you can walk on the Khaju or sio se pol bridge. You will not get bored during the cultural highlight of the trip.

By private car to Tehran You have another morning to have more time of Isfahan tour if you do not lose valuable travel time. Then a driver would pick you up at early afternoon to leave to Tehran. Stop in Qom to visit the Hazrat-e-Masoumeh shrine is the physical and spiritual center of Qom. It’s the burial place of Fatima Masuomeh, the sister of the eighth Imam ‘Ali al-Rida and the daughter of the seventh Imam Musa al-Kadhim.

Day 6-7 Tehran | metropolis Tehran is an “experience” not to forget. Tehran is too big and there is too much to do in a few days. So choose from a museum, a park, the bazaar, a palace, a tea house, an art gallery, a kebab shop and be surprised by spontaneous encounters with the surprisingly helpful Tehrani. By a local guide to go out you can see the most special places of the city in a short time. The return flight after a short, intense trip in Iran, you will be taken by our private driver away to the IKA international airport about 30km south of the capital Tehran. He makes sure you board on time, enjoying the memory of a special trip full of new impressions.

Note: price is based on double shared room.

from 399  € per person

7 days/6 nights

Airport transfer and transfer between cities by private driver

6 nights stay at tourist class hotels ( 4/3* ) with breakfast

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

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