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10 Days Persian Theme Tour

(1 Review)
  • Tour Type: Private
  • Duration: 10 Days
  • Start in: Tehran
  • End in: Tehran
  • Max Group Size : 15
  • Physical Rating: 2 / 5
  • Tour Code: TIT410009
  • Available: All Months


Welcome to our Persian Theme Tour, where you can immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of Iran through its most renowned art form, the Persian carpet. For centuries, Persia has been synonymous with the finest handmade carpets in the world, and in this tour, you will have the opportunity to witness firsthand the intricate weaving techniques and learn about the deep cultural significance of these stunning works of art.

Your journey will take you to the Carpet Museum, where you will marvel at the dazzling display of Persian handmade works, each one a masterpiece of design and craftsmanship. In addition to experiencing the beauty of the carpets, you will also be treated to traditional Iranian music and explore the ancient secrets of the Old Persian Empire in the ruins of Persepolis.

But it’s not just about admiring the carpets in museums and historical sites – you will also have the chance to wander around rural villages and see the process of carpet-making up close, catching every warp and woof of the intricate designs.

Above all, you will experience the warm hospitality and welcoming nature of the Iranian people, who will be proud to share their traditions and culture with you. Book this unforgettable journey through the heart of Persia, where the beauty of the carpets is matched only by the beauty of the land and its people.

Tour Highlights

  • This tour provides a well-rounded introduction to Iran's rich culture, history, and natural beauty while providing unique experiences that highlight the country's traditional art, music, and cuisine.
  • Visit the 5 amazing UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Explore the highlights of Iran's ancient and modern capital cities, Tehran, Shiraz, Yazd, Kashan and Isfahan, including historical monuments, palaces, and local markets.
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, like Persepolis and Pasargadae, once the centers of the Persian Empire and learn about the rich history of ancient Persia.
  • Experience traditional Persian art and architecture by visiting the Chehel Sotoun Palace and the Isfahan Music Museum.
  • Enjoy traditional Persian cuisine by participating in a cooking class and tasting local delicacies.
  • Learn about traditional Persian music and dance by attending live performances and workshops.
  • Meet the friendly locals and nomad life and learn about their traditions and customs by visiting local communities, bazaars, and handicraft centers.
  • Travel comfortably and safely throughout the trip with private transportation, professional English-speaking guides, and carefully selected accommodations.


Day 1 - Landing to Persia (Tehran)

Welcome to Iran! Your arrival will be at Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA). After that, your guide meets and transfers you to the Hotel. You can rest and have free time.

O/N Tehran

Day 2 - Museums

On our first day of the tour, you will visit the Carpet Museum of Iran an exhibition of a variety of Persian carpets and kilims from all over Iran, dating from the 18th century up to the present. Get amazed at the eye-catching precious collection of carpets of Iranian 3500 years old. Then, you go to Carpet Bazaar which offers you a memorable experience. Meanwhile, the prices are negotiable. If you have enough time you can visit the Carpet Gallery with a beautiful collection of Persian rugs and carpets, all hand-woven.
O/N Tehran

Day 3 - Shiraz Artists

In the morning, you will fly to Shiraz. In the beginning, you visit one of the first and most wonderful Gabbeh weaving workshops in Shiraz before check-in. You get enchanted with the Persian Gabbeh designing and dyeing. After the hotel check-in head to Vakil Bazaar and then the Zand Complex including the castle, gardens, and mosque to get a sense of Shiraz as a capital 250 years ago and also the Shiraz carpet museum with the 300-year-old carpets.

O/N Shiraz

Day 4 - Nomad Life

Drive to Kahkaranas a virgin and amazing village in Shesh Pir Rural District (if the weather is hot). Firuzabad (in the weather is cold). You will get acquainted with the people weaving and spinning thread and you have ample time to wander around the rural context of the village. After that, you will stay overnight in the black tents of the nomad as a unique and pure experience.

O/N Nomadic tent

Day 5 - Adobe City

We have great sightseeing of Adobe city, located in the remote desert, the old city of Yazd* is built almost entirely of adobe and is an architectural wonder. We visit “Yakhchal“; these ancient refrigerators were used primarily to store ice for use in the summer, in Abarkouh you see the Cypress of Abarkuh also called the Zoroastrian Sarv. The exact age of the tree has been difficult to determine, but it is estimated to be between 4000 and 5000 years old.

O/N Yazd

*The oldest earthen city in the world 

Day 6 - Yazd Details

Today, in Yazd City we visit the Zurkhaneh; the traditional gymnasium, where amateurs practice their strength and flexibility to the accompaniment of devotional music. Yazd has been a Zoroastrian center since Sassanian times. Zoroastrians still make up a significant minority of the population, and the Atashkadeh in Yazd is the most important Zoroastrian fire temple in Iran. The sacred flame visible behind glass in the interior of the fire temple is said to have been burning for over 1500 years. We visit the Fire Temple and its grounds, and then the Tower of Silence, or Dakhma, where the bodies of the deceased were placed, to avoid contaminating the earth as a Zoroastrian funerary tradition. Towards the evening, we go ahead toward Isfahan.

O/N Isfahan

Day 7 - Half of The World

In the morning you will get fascinated by the architecture of Vank Cathedral*,  and Hasht Behesht Palace. In the afternoon you have an interesting evening while rambling on Khajoo Bridge.

O/N Isfahan

*One of The Armenian Monastic Ensembles of Iran


Day 8 - Persian Houses

 The capital of the Safavids from the 16th century on, Isfahan is said to have the most beautiful bridges. We view two of them, the Si-o-Se Pol as well as the ornate Pol-e Khaju. There are nine gardens in Iran designated UNESCO World Heritage, and we will visit one today – Chehel Sotun*, a pavilion constructed as a reception hall for visiting dignitaries by Shah Abbas II. Aali Qapu Palace**, The palace served as the official residence of Persian Emperors of the Safavid dynasty conclude our day in the Old Bazaar of Isfahan, where hundreds of shops and stalls offer a rich variety of carpets, tiles, hand-block-printed cloth, miniature paintings, and jewelry. In the end, Visiting the last remained workshop of Golden Brocade known as Golabatoun Bafi Mahdi Shamsali.

O/N Isfahan

*one of the 9 UNESCO Persian gardens. 

**UNESCO inscribed the Palace and the Square as a World Heritage Site

Day 9 - Persian Houses

This morning, drive to Kashan to walk through the famous Fin Garden*, another one of the UNESCO Persian Gardens. In keeping with many of the gardens of this era, the Fin Garden has many stunning water features that are fed from a spring emerging from a slope behind the garden. Circulating pools and fountains were created using only the water pressure of the waterway. We also visit the Tabatabaei Historical House and Borujerdiha/Abbasian Historical house in Kashan.

O/N Kashan

*one of the 9 UNESCO Persian gardens


Day 10 - Missing Persia

Our tour guide will transfer you to Imam Khomeini International Airport according to your flight time.

Included Services

  • 9 nights in 4* hotel/traditional house
  • All transportations in private vehicle
  • All airport transfers
  • Professional licensed English-speaking tour guide/driver
  • 9 Breakfasts
  • Daily refreshment (2 bottles of water/ fruits/ snacks)
  • Visa authorization code fee
  • 1 domestic flight
  • Travel insurance
  • SIM card
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Important Notes


_ Hotels are usually 4* or Traditional resorts with the same quality. 

– Hotel check-in time generally is at 2:00 PM. So, according to your arrival time, if you need early check-in you must book an extra day.

– Private or single rooms are not available in some traditional local houses. No Bed, but sleeping equipment is traditional comfortable Mattresses and Blankets.


– Use Minibus / Van / Private car depending on your group size


– Vegetarian dishes are also possible upon request.


High season (Mar-May & Sep-Oct):

You receive a full refund of the tour price if You cancel at least 45 days before the start date of your tour.
45-30 days prior to arrival: 5%
29-15 days prior to arrival: 15%
14-7 days prior to arrival: 25%
6-3 days prior to arrival: 50%
less than 72 hours prior to arrival: No show


Low season (Nov-Feb & Jun-Aug):

You receive a full refund of the tour price if You cancel at least 30 days before the start date of your tour.
29-15 days prior to arrival: 5%
14-7 days prior to arrival: 15%
6-3 days prior to arrival: 25%
less than 72 hours prior to arrival: 75%

Single Supplement

– The price includes double and twin rooms in Hotels. Obviously, single rooms cost an extra fee.

Other Notes

– The priorities in sightseeing may be changed. It is due to the time of your arrival, your guide’s discretion, and the official and unofficial holidays of some museums. Also, some activities in the itinerary may be changed depending on the weather conditions.

_ All sites with * sign are submitted in UNESCO World Heritage.

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How can I book this tour?

You can book the tour by clicking the “Proceed Booking “button in the price box or sending an inquiry on the “Enquiry Form”.
If you have questions or concerns about the tour, contact us on WhatsApp: +98 902 017 2888 or email us at [email protected].

Do I need a visa to enter Iran, and how do I obtain Iran Tourist Visa?

Yes, you need a visa to enter Iran as a visitor. You should make your visa application well in advance of your date of travel. The application process for an Iranian visa can be long and unpredictable. Visitors to Iran must obtain a visa from one of the Iranian diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the visa-exempt countries or countries eligible for a visa on arrival.

To obtain an Iranian visa, you must first get a visa authorization code that proves your visa application is approved by the Iranian MFA. Once you have this code, you will be able to collect your visa at any embassy or airport. Apply for your Iran Visa and get it in less than 3 days. Please be noted that if you are buying a tour package from us, the visa authorization code is also included and you do not need to apply separately. For more information read our article about How to get Iran visa.

Do I need an Iranian SIM card?

It’s not compulsory, but since you need to have access to the Internet, having a SIM card will be necessary. This tour includes Special Iran Travel Deal which has a SIM card for travelers.

Do I need travel insurance?

Yes, having travel insurance is required at passport control when you are entering Iran. This tour includes Special Iran Travel Deal which has travel insurance for travelers. For more information please read about Iran Travel Insurance.

Where should I exchange my money?

Where to change somehow depends on the amount of money you’d like to exchange. If it’s a small amount you can change at the airport or your hotel after getting to Iran. But for larger amounts, we suggest exchanging at an exchange store in the city, while you are visiting the downtown with your guide. Your guide will also assist you in choosing the best place for doing the exchange. 

Are there Airport transfers for the tour?

Yes, To Iran Tour offers airport transfers. The distance from IKA to Tehran downtown is about 50 km and having an airport transfer will be a great solution when you just arrive in Tehran. This tour includes Special Iran Travel Deal which has Airport transfers for travelers.

Can I use my credit card in Iran, or do I need cash or a Tourist Card?

International credit or debit cards are not accepted in Iran, so you must bring cash and conduct frequent exchanges.
However, there is a solution to this problem: the “Iran tourist Card”. You can use this prepaid debit card for tourists instead of cash. This tour includes Special Iran Travel Deal which has tourist cards for travelers.

How can I Cancel my tour?

According to To Iran Tour’s terms and conditions, cancellations must be made by the customer in writing to To Iran Tour before the tour departure is confirmed.
Applied cancellation fees are mentioned in the cancellation box of each tour. It differs between packages and day tours as in high and low season.
You can contact To Iran Tour on WhatsApp: +98 902 017 2888 or by email at [email protected] for more information

Are there any health concerns or vaccinations required before traveling to Iran?

All non-Iranian nationals older than 12 years, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and present a valid vaccine certificate on arrival. The vaccination certificate must be in English, showing full vaccination of 2 doses. However, there are no obligations regarding the date of the vaccination. Or they should present a negative PCR test. 

What are accommodations like in this tour and what is their quality and comfort level?

Hotels are usually 4* or Traditional resorts with the same quality. Private or single rooms are not available in some traditional local houses. The basic price includes double and twin rooms in Hotels. Single rooms cost an extra fee.

Considering the locality and having an authentic experience, some traditional hotels or ecolodges do not have beds. But they all have sleeping equipment with comfortable Mattresses and Blankets. 

What are transportation like in this tour and what is their safety and comfort level?

Based on the group size or the road quality and the tour type, minibusses, vans or VIP buses will be used for the tour which are all private vehicles. All the vehicles are AC equipped and have the standard of EURO5 or EURO4. 

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    My friend and I travelled to Iran and this 10 days tour gave us the opportunity to visit Iran and its important attractions. Particularly, I enjoyed Shiraz and then Isfahan. The best part for me was staying with nomads over the night!

    May 10, 2019