Iran Budget Tour 7 Days
7 days Iran budget tour is an experience that you will never forget. Immerse yourself in the diverse culture of different cities, get impressed by the rich history of 2500 years and have fun with other travelers in a small group guided by local tour guides. Small group 7 day Iran budget tour is an authentic experience of visiting Tehran, Isfahan and Shiraz!
Day 1: Arrive Tehran
Rest until noon and visit Tehran in the afternoon. Tehran as the showcase and capital city of Iran is a megalopolis. This city is home to many invaluable museums to some we will pay a visit.
- Archeological (national) Museum: thanks to the immense volume, diversity and quality of its monuments, it ranks as one of the few most significant museums of the world.
- Imperial Crown Jewels Museum: is home to a vast number of unsurpassed precious gems.
Day 2: Tehran, bus to Isfahan
Continue visiting Tehran with two more museums. Take an evening bus to Isfahan.
- Sa’dabad Complex: was impressively built by Pahlavi dynasty and currently is the official residence of the President of Iran.
- Glass & Ceramic Museum: is devoted to ceramics, glass, enamel, pottery and porcelain.
Day 3: Isfahan
Isfahan entitled “Half the World” is the legendary city of traditional Islamic archeology and turquoise domes.
- Naqsh-e-Jahan Square: the second huge square of the world after Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.
- Sheikh Lotfollah and Jameh Abbasi Mosques: are brilliant masterpieces of Islamic-Persian architecture.
- Aliqapu, Chehel Sutoon and Hasht Behesht Palaces: renowned garden palaces that Isfahan is famous for.
- Isfahan bazaar: purchase traditional arts & crafts.
Day 4: Isfahan, bus to Shiraz
Continue discovering the other cultural sights of Isfahan. Take an evening bus to Shiraz.
- Isfahan Jame’ mosque: a gallery of the progress of Islamic architecture.
- Vank Church: a typical example of the Christian churches of Armenia.
Day 5: Shiraz
Shiraz is the center of Persian culture and sophistication, gardens and poetry.
- Karim Khan palace, Vakil mosque, Vakil Bazaar and Saray-e-moshir: the highlights of Shiraz when it was the capital of Iran during Zand Dynasty.
- Nasir al-molk mosque
- Hafez tomb: pay homage to the mystic poet who impressed everyone with his mastery.
- Sa’di tomb: a philosopher poet who was a tourist and the author of Golestan and Boostan.
- Khajoy-e-Kermani tomb
- Ali-Ebn-e-Hamzeh shrine: with marvelous beauties.
- Jahan Nama Garden, Delgosha Garden: gardens are the manifestation of Shiraz.
Day 6: Persepolis
You have been long waiting for today visit to the great gem of ancient Persia, Persepolis. Evening is free. Take a night bus/train to Tehran.
- Persepolis: the capital of Achaemenid Empire was founded by Darius, the Great in 518 B.C. was not only a governmental palace but also a center for festivals.
- Necropolis: the magnificent burial place of Achaemenid kings with seven bas-reliefs dating back to Elamite and Sassanid era.
Day 7: Tehran, depart Iran
- Group Size: Min 1 – Max 8
- Departure: Every Saturday
- Duration: 9 Days
- Style: Budget
- Best Time: All year round
- Highlights: Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, Persepolis, Yazd
This tour costs:
- Per Person: US$1050
- Single Supplement: US$90
- June-August: 10% off
- November-February: 10% off
- Meals: 7 breakfasts, 1 dinner
- Accommodation: 8 nights in economy class hotels based on twin sharing
- Transport: walking, public transportation: metro, taxi, bus, train
- English speaking local guides
- Invitation letter for Iran visa
- Best Price Guarantee
- No Prepayment
- Some FOC Services
- Get Discounts on Next Trips
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