Tehran (2n) – Kashan (2n) – Abyaneh – Isfahan (3n) – Persepolis – Shiraz (2n) –Pasargadae -Abarkuh – Yazd (2n) – Tehran (1n)

Classic tour Iran

During this varied tour through Iran you will get acquainted with the most beautiful cities and villages. With a lot of variation in nature, culture and a surprisingly hospitable population!

After arrival at Tehran IKA airport the tour starts in the capital Tehran. In this impressive metropolis many beautiful palaces and beautiful museums are hidden. After a 2-day stay in Tehran, our driver will take you to a comfortable  journey to Kashan  , Kashan is definitely a delightful conclusion. The ancient Kashan is known for its traditional merchant houses, the Hammam Khan and Fin garden.

After 2 nights, our driver will be waiting at the hotel for the drive to Isfahan . Halfway along the route you will make a stopover in Abyaneh , the picturesque red slate village.

Upon arrival in Isfahan it is a shame to stay in the hotel room for a long time. For example, enjoy a sultry evening stroll along the Khaju bridge. Isfahan is the cultural capital of Iran and had its heyday in the 17th century during King Shah Abbas. From that time you will find many impressive buildings such as the si-o-se pol bridge and the Ali Qapu palace on the second largest city square in the world. The Naqshe Jahan square was once designed as a polo field! Isfahan is perhaps the highlight of the tour.

After 3 nights, our driver will be waiting at the hotel for the drive to Shiraz , also called the gate of Persia. Two and a half thousand years ago, this province of Iran became the center of the vast Persian empire. The ruins of Persepolis (Takhte Jamshid) and the royal tombs of Naqsh-e -Rostam are remnants of this time.  You can visit them with your driver. Modern Shiraz is the liberal city of poets and parks. You can visit Karim Zand castle, Hafez tomb, Eram garden, the Koran gate and the Vakil bazaar for original handmade souvenirs.

From Shiraz you make a long but beautiful drive through the desert landscape to Yazd. On the way there is a stopover in Pasargad near the monument of Cyrus the Great, founder of the Persian Empire. During the continuation of the ride you will visit the desert town Abarkuh with the millennia Cypress, perhaps the oldest tree in the world …

In Yazd , you can enjoy walks through a labyrinth of leme alleys. You can also get acquainted with the Zoroastrian faith, the original religion of Iran. The sacred flame is still burning in the Atashkadeh fire temple. In Yazd time seems to stand still and it is wonderful to stay in a traditional boutique hotel.

After a 2-days stay in Yazd, our driver will take you to the Yazd railway station for a comfortable train journey to Tehran. On board is a restoration and own sleeping section.

This day is free day for departure and our driver will wait you at hotel lobby and would take you to IKA international airport.

Note: price is based on double shared room.

199  € per week

14 days / 13 nights

Airport transfers by private  driver.  privet car  to Kashan, Abyaneh, Esfahan, Driverguide to Esfahan-Persepolis –  Shiraz- Pasargadae – Abarkuh  – Yazd , night train in private compartment Yazd   to Tehran

13 nights including breakfast in traditional and modern hotels. 1 night in private compartment  sleep train

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

Excursions :Persepolis Pasargadae , Abarkouh and Abyaneh .

International flight | Visa fee | Entrance

Available departures

Unfortunately, no places are available on this tour at the moment


PersepolisPersepolis Persepolis (Pārsa) or as locals name Takhte Jamshid, founded by Darius I and later King Xerxes in 518 B.C, was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire. It is situated 60 km northeast of the city of Shiraz in Fars Province, Iran. The earliest remains of the formal capital of the Achaemenid Empire date Read more


PasargadaePasargadae Pasargadae was the first capital of the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great (559–530 BC), who ordered its construction. It is located near the city of Shiraz, in Iran. Today it is an archaeological site and one of Iran’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The site includes a limestone tomb that is believed to be Cyrus the Great’s, Read more


AbyanehAbyaneh, also known as the Red Village because of its red soil and houses, is an ancient Iranian Village located at the foot of Karkas Mountain, 70 kilometers southeast of Kashan in Isfahan province. Abyaneh is a Village of living traditions, architectural styles (all in red clay) and probably one of the most interesting examples Read more


KashanKashan is a medium-sized desert town in central Iran. The name is synonymous with antiques and it is not strange because during excavations objects have been found from 6000 BC. The old center of this traditional city has largely retained its typical desert architecture. Hidden in the narrow streets are beautiful merchant houses, witnesses of a glorious past. 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


AbarkuhAbarkuh is a small desert town between Yazd and Shiraz with just over 20,000 residents. It sits on a plateau 1,500 meters in central Iran. Abarkuh is best known for its more than 4000 year old Cypress Tree Sarv. This Sarv-e Abarkuh is 25 meters high and 18 meters thick and was once the sacred center of the Read more


IsfahanEsfahan (or Isfahan), the third biggest city, is in central Iran, known for its Persian architecture; with ancient Islamic architecture, three UNESCO world heritage sites, gorgeous bridges, friendly locals and plenty of hidden locations to discover is one of its most cultural important or even Iran’s top tourist destination. Serving as a capital at various 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