March 30, 2023

7 Day classic tour: history and culture

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7 Day classic tour: history and culture, Iran Tours Guide: Top Tours and Tour leaders

Tour type

Daily tour

Group size

4 people



The tour starts from:


Tour duration

7 days

End of the tour in:



This is a private tour package. We know you enjoy your privacy. That is why all our tours are private, flexible and planned according to your schedule. All tour packages can be 100% customized at no extra cost. Just let us know what you want to add.

A week-long, short and sweet summary of Iran’s cultural and historical heritage. Before going to the city of poetry, Shiraz, dive into the world of Tehran. Marvel at the former capital of Isfahan and finish with the prehistoric city of Kashan.

travel style

Historical – artistic

age category

Above 5 years


breakfast lunch dinner


ride – air

degree of accommodation

5 star hotel or villa with pool


– Suitable shoes

– Personal medications

– Small bag

This tour includes:

– Visa

– Travel insurance

– Airport transfer

– Types of Iranian and foreign cars

– A domestic flight

– Private ground transportation

– English speaking guide

– Iranian SIM card

– Bank card

– Driver

– Insurance

– The entrance fee of the mentioned buildings

– breakfast lunch dinner

– 24-hour support

– Specialized tour guide for all regions of Iran

– Free entertainment

– Snack

– With the possibility of personalizing the trip

– Brochure of gifts and souvenirs of Iran and tourist areas of Iran

Travel program


Tehran, with more than 15 million people, is the center of Iran’s national identity. Before heading to the World Heritage-listed Golestan Palace, experience local shopping at Tehran’s maze-like Grand Bazaar. The 18th century Qajar collection is a masterpiece of hand-painted tiles, which is placed in a green garden. After walking in the city park, arrive at the National Museum of Iran, which houses some of the ancient works of Iran and the Middle Ages.

Start the day with the famous Saadabad Historical Complex in northern Tehran, a 300-hectare complex built by the Qajar and Pahlavi kings next to the current president’s house. After this, take a walk in the Tajrish market for an organic and lively shopping experience. Depending on your departure, you can visit the Milad Tower, Tehran’s tallest building, or the iconic Azadi Tower, a mix of classical and modern Iranian art. We have prepared an overnight flight to Shiraz for a trip to the past the next day.


Arrive before 8am for the best views of the sunlight hitting the glass mosaic windows of Nasir al-Mulk Mosque. After taking photos, explore the 11th century Shiraz Bazaar. Then you reach Vakil Complex, a popular desert stopover for Asian and European traders on ancient trade routes. This complex has Vakil mosque, Vakil bath and historical caravanserai. Dive in Karim Khan Citadel. End the night with the tomb of the 14th century poet Hafez.


Start your day with the world-famous Persepolis, once the center of the Persian Empire and one of the great capitals of the ancient world. The towering columns, high reliefs and massive gateways are still imposing. Then we move to see Naghse Rostam Cemetery, the huge tombs, carved directly into the mountainside. Spend some time at the final resting place of Cyrus the Great, the founder of Iran’s first empire, the Achaemenid dynasty, in Pasargad. Rest the night in Isfahan.


After a night’s sleep, visit the 16th century. Naqsh Jahan Square is the headquarters of the Safavid dynasty of Iran. Dive into the dirt paths, hidden courtyards, and boutique shops of the Qaisarieh market. Be amazed by the mesmerizing dome of the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, the mesmerizing courtyard of the Shah Mosque and the view of the Aali Qapu Palace. A quick walk takes you to Chehlsetun Palace, the Safavid royal reception for foreign dignitaries. End the day with an Iranian cooking class at a local home.


Visit the 8th century in the early morning. Jameh Mosque of Isfahan is a former fire temple of Zoroastrians, which has been continuously built on it over the centuries. Dive deep into local Iranian culture with the Iranian Carpet Workshop. Get to know the trend and history of Iran’s most famous handicrafts. Finish with the bright frescoes of the Vanak Cathedral in the Armenian quarter of New Jolfa. End the night with the local hangouts of Zayanderud, Paul Khajo and Paul Si-o-se-pol. Spend the night in Isfahan.


Leave for Kashan in the morning. Visit the Agha Bozor Mosque, a multi-level seminary that was the center of Kashani life. Visit Sultan Amir Ahmed Hammam for classical bath training. You can also see the amazing House of the Abbasids and the House of the Tabatabais, two examples of luxurious houses with exceptional attention to every architectural detail, designed specifically for the desert.

I hope you enjoyed your stay with us.

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