Day 1: Arrival
Arrival in Iran, where your tour guide is waiting for you to bring you to your hotel, Overnight in Tehran.
Day 2: Tehran to Hamedan
Today you will drive to Hamedan, through magnificent Zagros Mountains, Overnight in Hamedan.
Day 3: Hamedan to Kermanshah
Bevor driving to Kermanshah, you visit Gonbad Alavian, Ester and Mordekhay Shrine and Avicenna Grave in Hamedan, on the way to Kermanshah you visit Bisotun, the most important Achaemenid Inscription. In Kermanshah you see three relief of the time Sassanid, overnight in Kermanshah.
Day 4: Kermanshah to Ahwaz
Today you should leave to Ahwaz early in the morning. Through Zagros Mountains you will reach Khuzestan province, on the way you will visit Susa, the winter palace of Achaemnide kings and 100km before Ahwaz, you see the best preserved Ziggurat in the world, Chogha Zanbil, you will reach Ahwaz late evening, overnight in Ahwaz.
Day 5: Ahwaz to Shiraz
Today we leave again early in the morning Ahwaz to Shiraz. On the way you will visit the Sassanid city, Bishapour. Overnight in Shiraz.
Day 6: Persepolis
Today we start with the one of the highlights of our trip. Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of Achaemenid dynasty. The city which is founded by one the king of Achaemenid 2500 years ago. Here you see the palaces of the king Darius, Artaxerex and the palace of Apadana. Your guide will explain you about this magnificent place of that time. After that you drive about 10 minutes and reach the Acropolis, Naghshe Rostam, the graves of four kings of the ancient time. Overnight in Shiraz
Day 7: Shiraz
In the city of Roses and night angels, you visit the tombs of two most famous Iranian poets, Hafiz and Saadi. The beautiful Eram garden, which is famous as Paradise Garden and visiting the historical Bazar of Shiraz with its unique architecture make the end of our day. Overnight in Shiraz
Day 8: Shiraz to Yazd
Travel from Shiraz to Yazd through Zagros Mountain and a pass of 2700m is something special.
On way you will visit the grave of the founder of Achaemenid dynasty, Cyrus the great. Overnight in Yazd
Day 9: Yazd to Isfehan
Yazd is the capital of a province with same name, besides the salt desert with very hot summer. The architecture of the old town show you how it is compatible with this kind of climate. The followers of one the oldest religion in the word live in this city, Zoroastrian. Here you visit a fire temple and tower of silence and learn a lot about this peaceful religion.
After that you leave the city towards Isfahan, on the way in the city of Iranian carpets, Naeen, you visit the oldest mosque in your trip, Friday mosque. Overnight in Isfahan
Day 10: Isfahan
In the 17th century Isfahan was so beautiful that got the nick name, half of the World.
Today you will see yourself, why. Imam mosque, Sheykh Lotfollah Mosque, Ali Qapu Palace and Forty column Place are among the answers.
The northern and southern part of the city are connected together with two historical bridges, Khajoo and Si o Se Pol, over the river, Zayand rud. Overnight in Isfahan.
Day 11: Isfahan
In the Armenian District of the city, new Julfa, you will see the Vank church. Friday mosque of Isfahan is also in your program. Overnight in Isfehan
Day 12: Isfahan to Tehran
On the way to Tehran you visit a historical house from 19th century in Kashan, Tabatabaee House. You will get familiar with Shiite belief in the holy City of Qom, when you visit the Shrine of Fatima, the Sister of the eighth Imam of Shiites. By clear weather you can see the pick of Damavand the highest mountain in Iran, 5770m. Overnight in Tehran
Day 13: Tehran
12 million people live here in the capital. In the northern part of the city, where rich people live, the summer palace of Mohamad Reza Pahlavi, the king of Iran before Islamic revolution is located,
Jewelry Museum is a must to see. And over the Milad tower you have a great view of this metropolis. Overnight in Tehran
Day 14: Goodbye Iran
It is the time to say goodbye and you will be transferred to the Imam Khomeini airport to fly back home.