€ 2412,- p.p. all incl.

Students and groups from 4 persons 
15% discount € 2050,- p.p. all incl.

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12 Days individual tour

Iran classic tour - 9 citys and villages

You want to explore the beautiful Iran by yourself? Iran is a very hospitable country and travelling by yourself is perfectly fine. But the country is not used to that many tourists yet and therefore it is difficult to prepare and book things yourself if you don’t know the language when you lack contacts and when you don’t own an Iranian bank card. We want to help you with that. We will make a package in which, depending on your needs, we include transport, hotels, entrée to museums and a guide. Please contact us for more information. Here you will find the information of our group tour. You can follow this route, but if you have specific places you want to add we will make a special route for you.

  Included

  1x Visa application
  1 x International flight ticket
  1 x English and Farsi-speaking guide
  1 x Private-touringcar and driver the whole trip
  2 x Private airport transfers - hotel
  1 x Reservation fee
  1 x Information night
  11 x Accommodation incl. breakfast (3*/4*) 

  Exclusive

   Visa payment upon arrival (€ 50,-)
   Single room supplement
     (€ 25,- p.night if desired)

  Included

   1 x International flight
           ticket (KLM/IranAir)
   1 x English and
           Farsi-speaking guide
   1 x Private-touringcar and
           driver for the whole trip
   2 x Private airport 
           transfers - hotel

   1 x Reservation fee
   1 x Information night
   11 x Accommodation
           incl. breakfast (3*/4*)

  Exclusive

   Visa (€ 60,-)
   Single room supplement 
     (€ 40,- p.night if desired)



City’s we are going to visit

Tehran

Our journey begins in the young and lively city capital of Iran: Tehran. Here we will visit some musea, among which are the carpet museum and the national museum. We will read more

see the famous palaces of Golestan, multiple parks and the iconic nature bridge. In the evening we will go to Darband. Along a small river you will walk up into the mountains and the lights at the cafes and restaurants will make you as if you are in a fairy tale. To sum it up: the first days in Iran will be a mix of city, culture, nature and good food. 

Meybod

Meybod is an old desert city and the capital of Iran during the Mozaffarid period. Many poets, clergymen and politicians are born and raised here. We will visit read more

the Narin castle, which is one of the oldest of the country.

Izadkhast

This historical complex with a castle, caravanserai and a Safavid bridge has a unique architectural style and building materials. Once it was a place where several read more

including many of the surrounding houses, is abandoned and because of this the place has a special atmosphere that you do not want to miss.

Kashan

After Tehran we will travel to the south, to Kashan. Here you will see everything you expect of a Persian city. We will visit the Agha Bozorg mosque, known as read more

one of the most beautiful Islamic constructions of the 19th century. Another good example of the traditional architecture is the Abbasi house, a historical residential building where different families lived together, with a courtyard and beautiful ceilings that are decorated with mirrors. We will also visit the Sultan Amir Ahmad bathhouse and the bazar. We will rest in the park and go for a picnic in the mountains.

Yazd

Since 2017 this desert town is on the UNESCO world heritage list. It is one of the oldest cities in the world and the architecture is traditional for Persia. It is also the centre of the read more

zoroastrianism, the original religion of this region, which is now a minority. We will visit multiple tempels, the Ateshkadeh and the Towers of Silence. Other remarkable constructions are the Alexander’s Prison and the Amir Chakmagh mosque and there is the possibility to be introduced to pahlevani, a traditional form of martial arts. Yazd is also an ideal city to buy a carpet or some other traditional souvenirs.

Isfahan

Because of Sjah Abbas I Isfahan is one of the most important historical cities in Iran. Although the city was already very old, he decided to make it the capital. And a capital read more

needs the best palace, multiple beautiful mosques, among which the Sjeik Luftfallah mosque and a giant square, which is called Meidan Emam. It is 560 meters long and 160 meters broad and at that time the biggest square in the world. In the 16th century many countries trades their goods here. The Persians also called this square ‘half of the world’. The square and its building surrounding it are UNESCO world heritage. We will surely visit the bazar. Another interesting building is the Armenian Vank cathedral. It is a remnant from the time that Sjah Abbas took Armenian families from Julfa to Isfahan for its silk trade.

Abyaneh

At the foot of the Karkas mountains is the little, picturesque village Abyaneh. It is called the red village, because of its houses that are made from red soil. Together with the wooden read more

balconies they form a very characteristic place. The village has only a few hundred inhabitants and they will show you how the traditional life in Iran looks.

Shiraz

We continue our trip further south to the city of Shiraz, which was the hometown of the poets Saadi and Hafez. The city originates from the Zand dynasty and read more

the Vakil mosque and Karim Khan Castle are from that era. We will visit the Nasir al-Mulk mosque, which is known as the pink mosque because of its beautiful light. From Shiraz we will go to Persepolis, where King Darius the Great once built his palace. Eventually the complex was destroyed by Alexander the Great, but some parts remained. It now forms a unique piece of history of the 5th century B.C.

Varzaneh

Our last stop of this amazing round trip is one day and night in the desert. Here you can enjoy the calmness, you can walk along the sand dunes and gaze and the endless read more

views. People who like sunrises should definitely put their alarms early! After this great last day we will drive back to Tehran to catch our flight back home. 


City’s we are going to visit

Tehran

Our journey begins in the young and lively city capital of Iran: Tehran. Here we will visit some musea, among which are the carpet museum and the national museum. We will see the famous palaces of read more

Golestan, multiple parks and the iconic nature bridge. In the evening we will go to Darband. Along a small river you will walk up into the mountains and the lights at the cafes and restaurants will make you as if you are in a fairy tale. To sum it up: the first days in Iran will be a mix of city, culture, nature and good food.

Kashan

After Tehran we will travel to the south, to Kashan. Here you will see everything you expect of a Persian city. We will visit the Agha Bozorg mosque, known as one of the most beautiful Islamic read more

constructions of the 19th century. Another good example of the traditional architecture is the Abbasi house, a historical residential building where different families lived together, with a courtyard and beautiful ceilings that are decorated with mirrors. We will also visit the Sultan Amir Ahmad bathhouse and the bazar. We will rest in the park and go for a picnic in the mountains.

Abyaneh

At the foot of the Karkas mountains is the little, picturesque village Abyaneh. It is called the red village, because of its houses that are made from red soil. Together with the wooden balconies they read more

form a very characteristic place. The village has only a few hundred inhabitants and they will show you how the traditional life in Iran looks.

Meybod

Meybod is an old desert city and the capital of Iran during the Mozaffarid period. Many poets, clergymen and politicians are born and raised here. We will visit the Narin castle, which is one of the read more

oldest of the country.

Yazd

Since 2017 this desert town is on the UNESCO world heritage list. It is one of the oldest cities in the world and the architecture is traditional for Persia. It is also the centre of the zoroastrianism, the read more

original religion of this region, which is now a minority. We will visit multiple tempels, the Ateshkadeh and the Towers of Silence. Other remarkable constructions are the Alexander’s Prison and the Amir Chakmagh mosque and there is the possibility to be introduced to pahlevani, a traditional form of martial arts. Yazd is also an ideal city to buy a carpet or some other traditional souvenirs.

Shiraz

We continue our trip further south to the city of Shiraz, which was the hometown of the poets Saadi and Hafez. The city originates from the Zand dynasty and the Vakil mosque and Karim Khan read more

Castle are from that era. We will visit the Nasir al-Mulk mosque, which is known as the pink mosque because of its beautiful light. From Shiraz we will go to Persepolis, where King Darius the Great once built his palace. Eventually the complex was destroyed by Alexander the Great, but some parts remained. It now forms a unique piece of history of the 5th century B.C.

Izadkhast

This historical complex with a castle, caravanserai and a Safavid bridge has a unique architectural style and building materials. Once it was a place where several including many of read more

the surrounding houses, is abandoned and because of this the place has a special atmosphere that you do not want to miss.

Isfahan

Because of Sjah Abbas I Isfahan is one of the most important historical cities in Iran. Although the city was already very old, he decided to make it the capital. And a capital needs the best palace, read more

multiple beautiful mosques, among which the Sjeik Luftfallah mosque and a giant square, which is called Meidan Emam. It is 560 meters long and 160 meters broad and at that time the biggest square in the world. In the 16th century many countries trades their goods here. The Persians also called this square ‘half of the world’. The square and its building surrounding it are UNESCO world heritage. We will surely visit the bazar. Another interesting building is the Armenian Vank cathedral. It is a remnant from the time that Sjah Abbas took Armenian families from Julfa to Isfahan for its silk trade.

Varzaneh

Our last stop of this amazing round trip is one day and night in the desert. Here you can enjoy the calmness, you can walk along the sand dunes and gaze and the endless views. People who like sunrises read more

should definitely put their alarms early! After this great last day we will drive back to Tehran to catch our flight back home.