A 6 day tour in Iran
Iran is a beautiful country and has all the attractions for improving iran tourism, from nature and, most importantly, history in its heart. From the sea and the forest to the desert and mountainous areas that can cover every type of tastes in traveling and make you excited.
The golden route of Iran
We can guarantee that anyone who travels to Iran won’t get bored and can have fun. Rich history, unique nature and plenty of attractions that are attractive to everyone will make you want to take an iran tour and explore all of this land. Here we will suggest a great route that 90% of tourists choose when they travel to Iran, so pack your clothes and follow us to Iran:
Let’s travel to Tehran
Tehran is a metropolis of Iran, besides its hustle and bustle, there are many attractions that can entertain tourists.
Many tourists who travel to Iran, imagine Tehran is only the populated capital of Iran and use it as a start point for, they journey but we suggest you to not lose this opportunity to take one day for visiting this city although one day is not enough but what can we do? We're in a hurry!
Walk on the Nature bridge
Feel free to see traffic under your feet. You can start your day by taking a walk on the nature bridge, which is just design for walking and no car can drive on it and see the crowd from above.
This beautiful bridge connects two parks in Tehran, Ab-o Atash and Taleghani parks. You can walk your way to the peaceful atmosphere of the cafes and restaurants to have delicious iranian food and breakfast.
Visit the historic Palaces of Tehran
There are many old houses and Palaces in Tehran that have become a museum or a place of spectacular entertainment, and most importantly, they are doing well. Houses that have their walls and doors, their courtyards and pots, which can tell you their story in absolute silence.
Golestan Palace is a typical example of Tehran beautiful Palaces. This palace, located on 15 Khordad Square, is a reminder of the historic citadel of Tehran, the residence of the Qajar kings and is one of the most beautiful and oldest two hundred yearly buildings in Iran. This garden has beautiful halls with unique masonry that can make you stare at them for a long time. The area has a special peace of mind and the cafe inside it is ready to host you with cold and warm drinks.
Let’s go shopping in the Friday markets
If you are lucky enough and be in Tehran, you can experience a different shopping in the Parvaneh parking Friday market. Actually here is a parking lot on the weekdays, but on Fridays, it’s time for people, and Friday market is held in here.
Many vendors with a variety of traditional and handmade appliances fit into the floors of this parking lot. This is why this market is a great attraction and is recommended to enthusiasts and fans of antiques and traditional dishes and clothes.
Have a drink at the first café in Tehran
After surfing in the city center, you can go to the Naderi cafe and get drunk from the taste and smell of pure coffee. The Naderi Café, an old and authentic cafe, is in one of the most memorable streets in Tehran, the Jomhuri Avenue, which, with its Polish seat and its old space, as well as its old-fashioned barista, takes customers to the old years of this café and this city.
This cafe is among the first cafes in Tehran and was founded in 1306 SH. So invite yourself to this cafe for an excellent drink.
Visit the Milad Tower, a gigantic Iranian structure
after visiting the historic and old houses in Tehran, we invite you to spend your last hours in Tehran in Milad tower. This tower, which became one of the symbols of Tehran after the beautiful Azadi tower, attracts many travelers, both Iranian and foreign, with pleasure and entertainment.
Milad Tower, a skyscraper that its building takes 11 years and could become a reason for Iran and Iranians to be proud of. A shopping center, restaurant, open air platform, museum of celebrities, Skydome, conference hall, and concerts, ... are the entertainments and facilities of the Milad Tower.
Travel to Kashan; one of the first cities of Iran
Kashan is a historical city and part of Isfahan province. This city is about 7,000 years old and some archaeologists believe that Kashan is the most authentic and the first city in Iran and one of the first cities in the world.
But now we are not going to see Kashan from this perspective, we only have one day to explore the attractions of this ancient cities and we should pick the most popular one.
The fin Garden, The Prime Minister's shamble
The fin garden is one of the Iranian gardens that is registered in UNESCO world heritage site.
But the reason for the reputation of this garden, except that it belongs to the Safavid dynasty, is the place where Nasir al-Din Shah, ordered to murder his prime minister, Amir Kabir. Anyway, when you visit Kashan, you should see this garden too.
Visit the 8000-year-old civilization in Sialk hill
Do not spend a lot of time in the Fin garden and around it, you got a city to visit! So better get on the way and go to the Sialk hills. These hills do not have anything special; there are really a number of hills you can walk on them a little and visit the museums that show the old items that are found in this hill.
It may be very easy to remove this place from your trip itinerary, but you may feel different from the fact that you walked somewhere that people walked eight thousand years ago.
An old love story; Kashan historical houses
Now that you have seen two places with a distance from the city center, you can go to the city center and visit the popular historic houses. If you are going to use the car rental in iran services, you can g there easily, otherwise, you need to take a taxi that may be expensive of course. The historic houses of Kashan are all together and If you start from the beginning of the street, you can safely visit all the houses and you won’t lose anything!
The Ameriha house, which has become a beautiful hotel after renovating today, is probably your first destination on the street, a large and old house that probably belongs to the 13th century. This house has two independent courtyards for both internal and external sections, each of which is decorated with luxurious interior decoration.
Seyed Jafar Tabatabai, a well-known and successful businessman of handmade carpet in Kashan, in the year 1209 Sh decided to build a 4,000-meter house! A house with the interior, exterior and crew members, which has a total of 40 rooms, four yards, three winders and two channels of passage through the aqueduct. If you go to the Tabatabai house, you do not bother yourself like to visit all 40 rooms closely, enjoy being in the courtyards and the main rooms and it's a good idea to see all four yards, each of which has its own beauty.
Borujerdi house, which is very close to the Tabatabai house, has an interesting story: Haj Seyyed Mehdi Natanzi, a merchant residing in Kashan, who was called Boroujerdi for his many trips to Boroujerd, one of the cities of Iran, loves the daughter of Haj Seyed Jafar Tabataba'i (the same owner of the Tabatabai's house) and his father, the condition of her daughter's marriage, said Boroujerdi has to build a house exactly like her own! The magic of love works, and after seven years, the inner courtyard of the house was built and then spent another 11 years to build the main hall.
Travel to Isfahan; the city that is called the half of the universe
After visiting Kashan, it’s time to travel to our third destination. Isfahan is a historic and beautiful city that nesters its passengers.
Certainly, Isfahan is one of the cities of Iran that has many cultural, artistic and historical attractions. The attractions of this city are countless, but we are referring to some of the most visited in this iran trip planner.
The beautiful Naqsh-e Jahan square
If I want to describe this square, I can say that you can put the whole city of Isfahan on one side and this beautiful square on the other side. A world-class view that connects a set of monuments and attracts many tourists every year. This area and its surroundings, including the Imam Mosque, Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, the Ali Qapu mansion, the Qeysarieh bazaar, and many beautiful and old markets, were built in Safavid dynasty.
Naqsh-e Jahan square, which was one of the largest squares in the world in the eleventh century, has been registered as one of the first World Heritage sites in UNESCO. This beautiful square is currently one of the main attractions of Isfahan and each year hosts a huge number of tourists. An ideal square for drowning between beautiful artifacts, eye-catching traditional markets and old cafes in the bazaar corridors.
Walk on the beautiful and historic bridges of Isfahan
Khaju Bridge, a beautiful bridge known as Rukn al-Din, Shahi and Hassan Abad, is located in the east side of the famous bridge known as Si o se pol.
In the middle of this bridge, which its history belongs to the time of Shah Abbas, there is a building that has been built for temporary residence of the king and his family. A walk on these two bridges will familiarize you with the history of Isfahan.
A Cathedral between all the mosques in Isfahan
The Vank Cathedral, or the Armenian Cathedral, that was built at the time of King Abbas II, is also very beautiful and worth visiting place in Isfahan. Vank is considered to be one of the most beautiful churches of Isfahan in terms of gilding of the ceiling and the interior of the dome and historical paintings.
Inside it and all the walls around it, with decorations of gold oil color paintings in Iranian style and pictures of the life of Christ amaze all its visitors. This church has a huge dome and beautiful arched walls, and it is recommended to visit all passengers in the Isfahan.
Heaven between Isfahan attractions
Hasht Behesht palace once was called the most beautiful garden of the universe. A beautiful and stunning palace built in 1080 AH, close to the Bolbol garden. The historic mansion of Hasht Behesht or Eight heavens is an example of the palaces of residence of the last sultans of the Safavid dynasty.
Now its time for Shiraz, the lovers’ city
Shiraz is famous as the city of love but besides that, we dare to say that Shiraz is the most spectacular city in Iran.
There are many historical and natural attractions that everybody who travels to Iran should visit it. You can start your journey with visiting Persepolis and Pasargadae, outside of Shiraz, to get acquainted with Iran's history.
4000-year-old history of Iran
Persepolis, built by Darius I, the third King of the Achaemenid Dynasty, was not completed until his death, and the construction continued in the periods of Xerxes and Ardashir I.
This magnificent and spectacular building can tell the ancient history of Iran and Iranians in its own way.
The rainbow mosque in Shiraz
The beautiful and colorful Nasir al-Molk mosque, built by the orders of Mirza Hassan Ali, one of the elders of the Qajar Dynasty, is also a spectacle attraction in Shiraz.
A unique and eye-catching mosque in the south of the Lotf Ali Khan Zand street, and it can be said that it is one of the most beautiful mosques in the world, and you can sit there for hours and watch its colored glass, long arches and beautiful tiles.
Do not miss Shiraz gardens
You will walk in the enclosed gardens of the city. Eram garden, which is one of the most beautiful gardens in Iran, is now available for the University of Shiraz as a botanical garden. The main building of this garden is the reminder of the Ilkhani family, but during the period of Nasir al-Din Shah, Haj Nasir al-Mulk Shirazi buys the garden and builds the main building inside it. Cedar trees, citrus trees, and waterfalls of Eram garden are also eye-catching and spectacular.
Afif Abad Garden or Golshan Garden is one of the most beautiful Shiraz gardens. This garden during the Safavid period was one of the most important kings' walkways and was used by the Safavid kings. The Royal Palace, the Museum of Old Arms and Iranian Garden is in the Golshan complex and are ready to host the public.
Vakil bazaar; buy unique Iranian souvenirs
Now its time to buy some iranian souvenirs. This market was built by the order of Karim Khan Zand right in downtown Shiraz. The routes within this bazaar cut off each other, which is why the middle of the market is a quadruple or four-point long with five in large and also four caravanserai.
The wider range of the market, in addition to its stunning architecture, has made a lovely and historic attraction. Though more than two hundred years have passed since its inception, it has not been the smallest gap and is considered one of the architectural masterpieces.
Other tours in Iran
We will offer you many other tour itineraries for an unforgattble journey in Iran. here is some of them: