Magnificent Persia

Duration:
7 Days & 6 Nights
Entry & Exit Points:
Tehran Airport (IKA) – Tehran Airport (IKA)
Group size:
Min 2 & Max 20 people
You will visit:
Iran, Isfahan, Shiraz, Tehran, Yazd
Price:
599 
  • Entry & Exit Locations:

    Tehran Airport (IKA) – Tehran Airport (IKA)

    Departure Time:

    3 Hours Before Flight Time

    Price Includes:

    • Hotels, deluxe 4* & 3* (prices are based on each person sharing a twin room)
    • Meal, half board (breakfast; lunch)
    • Transportation for up to 03 pax by private car and for 04 pax up to 09 pax group is by mini coach and for over 10 pax by VIP coach
    • English speaking guide throughout the trip
    • Pick-up, assist at the airport and Hotel
    • Entrance fee as mentioned on our program only
    • Domestic flights
    • The indicated rates are for a minimum of 2 people; for passengers wishing to travel alone amount of 60 € per night will be charged.

    Price Excludes:

    • International flights
    • Travel Insurance
    • Visa
    • Dinner

    Meals:

    We will arrange Persian traditional and typical local food such as Abgoosht and Chelo kebab
    • Day 1 - Arrive in Tehran Airport (IKA)

      ● Welcome from an English speaking tour guide
      ● Sight-seeing in Tehran including Golestan Palace, Tehran Bazaar, Archaeological Museum
      ● O/N in [css3_tooltip header=’Tehran’ content=’

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      Breakfast-Lunch

    • Day 2 - Shiraz

      ● Leave Tehran in the morning and fly to Shiraz
      ● Sightseeing in Shiraz including Nasir-ol-molk Mosque, Saadi and Hafez Tombs, Eram Garden
      ● O/N in [css3_tooltip header=’Shiraz’ content=’
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      Breakfast-Lunch

    • Day 3 - Shiraz

      ● Visit Persepolis, Naghshe Rostam, Pasargadae
      ● O/N in Shiraz

      Breakfast-Lunch

    • Day 4 - Yazd

      ● Leave Shiraz early morning after BF for Yazd
      ● Visit Tower of Silence, Fire Temple, Jameh Mosque
      ● O/N in [css3_tooltip header=’Yazd’ content=’
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      Breakfast-Lunch

    • Day 5 - Isfahan

      ● Depart Yazd early morning after BF to Isfahan
      ● Visit Naghshe Jahan Square and Isfahan Grand Bazaar and an evening tour of Isfahan bridges
      ● O/N in [css3_tooltip header=’Isfahan’ content=’
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      Breakfast-Lunch

    • Day 6 - Isfahan
      • Visit Jameh Mosque, Shaking Minarets, Vank Cathedral and Armenian quarter (Jolfa)
      • O/N in Isfahan

      Breakfast-Lunch

    • Day 7 - Return to Tehran Airport (IKA)
      •  Leave Isfahan to Tehran Airport (IKA) in the morning via Abyaneh village & Kashan
      • Visit Abyaneh village, Fin garden in [css3_tooltip header=’Kashan’ content=’
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      • On board

      Breakfast-Lunch

  • Magnificent Persia

    599 

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