Iran at a Glance in 7 Days - Iran Tour Operator | Tailor-Made Travel and Tours in Iran
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7 days 6 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

6 people


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About this tour

This 7-days Iran tour is perfect for those with limited time who want to experience the very best of Iran’s history, culture, and natural beauty. In just seven days, travelers can explore the bustling city of Tehran, visit the stunning ancient ruins of Persepolis and the Necropolis, and discover the vibrant culture and architecture of Isfahan. With highlights such as the Golestan Palace, National Museum of Iran, and the Grand Bazaar in Tehran, visitors can get a taste of the country’s rich history and culture. Additionally, strolling along the Siosepol and Khaju Bridges, visiting the Vank Cathedral, and enjoying a picnic by the Zayandeh Rood River are just a few examples of the natural beauty that Iran has to offer. This tour is ideal for those who want to make the most of their time in Iran and experience the country’s most iconic attractions in just one week.


  • Golestan Palace and Grand Bazaar in Tehran (UNESCO World Heritage Sites)
  • Pasargadae and Persepolis (UNESCO World Heritage Sites)
  • Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan (UNESCO World Heritage Sites)


  • Accommodation: Hotel or lodging expenses
  • Transportation: Flight or train tickets, airport transfers, and transportation during the tour
  • Meals: All breakfast meals, refreshment
  • Sightseeing: Entrance fees to attractions, historical sites, and landmarks
  • Guided Tours: Professional local guides or tour leaders
  • Activities: Activities and experiences mentioned in the itinerary
  • Equipment: Rental or usage of specific equipment for activities (if applicable)
  • Travel Insurance: Basic travel insurance coverage (check policy details)
  • Visa and Permits: Assistance, guidance, and processing fees for Iran visa (if applicable)
  • Group Activities: Group events or entertainment organized by the tour operator
  • Souvenirs: Small complimentary souvenirs provided during the tour
  • 24/7 Assistance: Emergency contact or assistance provided by the tour operator
  • Flights: International flights
  • Visa Fees: visa stamp fee
  • Additional Meals: lunch and dinner meals
  • Personal Expenses: Expenses like beverages, laundry, phone calls, and personal shopping
  • Optional Activities: Additional activities that are not included in the tour itinerary
  • Baggage Fees: Fees for check-in or excess baggage charges
  • Vaccinations: Expenses for required or recommended vaccinations or medications
  • Any Other Items Not Specified: Any expenses not specifically mentioned in the package details


Upon arrival at Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA), our friendly guide will be waiting to warmly welcome you to Tehran. We'll then be transferred directly to the hotel to relax and unwind after our journey.

Overnight: Tehran

Today, we embark on a journey to discover the rich history and culture of Iran. We'll start by visiting the National Archaeological Museum of Iran, where our knowledgeable guide will bring ancient Persia to life. Afterward, you'll have some free time to explore the museum on your own.
Next, we'll visit Golestan Palace, a stunning memorial to the historic citadel of Tehran. This magnificent palace was once the residence of the Qajar dynasty and is one of the oldest and most beautiful monuments in the capital city of Iran. Located in a lush garden with long streets lined with plantain trees and cedar, named Golestan, this palace is a masterpiece of Persian architecture.
Afterward, we'll visit Tehran Grand Bazaar, the heart of Iran's economy and a memorial from the Safavid, Zand, and Qajar era. This bustling bazaar, in addition to its architectural beauty, has a rich history and has served as a great and important social center.
In the evening, we'll take a flight to Shiraz, one of the most beautiful and historic cities in Iran.
Overnight: Shiraz

Today, we'll explore the stunning city of Shiraz mainly on foot. Our first stop is the Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, also known as the "Pink Mosque," where we'll be mesmerized by the stunning colors that dance across the floor and walls during the morning light.
Next, we'll visit Naranjestan Ghavam and Qavam House, two magnificent examples of Persian architecture. We'll then wander through the bustling Vakil Bazaar and the nearby Saraye Moshir, where we'll have the opportunity to marvel at a wide range of Persian carpets, spices, and gold glittering jewelry.
We'll continue our walk and admire the impressive Karim Khan Citadel from the outside before stopping for lunch. In the afternoon, we'll visit the Ali-ebne Hamze Shrine, which impresses us with its mirrored vault.
Later, we'll walk in the footsteps of the famous local poet Hafez in Hafeziye and explore the serene Eram Garden. Our hotel is just a short distance away, and in the evening, we can arrange for a delightful meal near the hotel.
Overnight: Shiraz

Today, we'll take an exciting excursion to the ancient royal city of Persepolis. Here, we'll marvel at the columns and reliefs that are over 2,500 years old, which are a testament to the power and wealth of the Achaemenid rulers. Our knowledgeable guide will take us to the Spring Palace and the Necropolis (Naqsh-e Rostam), where we can admire the rock tombs of the Achaemenid kings.

Around noon, we'll travel to Pasargadae, the capital of the Achaemenid Empire under Cyrus the Great. After this, we'll continue our journey with a scenic drive to Isfahan, arriving in the evening.

Overnight: Isfahan

Today, we'll begin our city tour of Isfahan at Naqsh-e Jahan Square, the third-largest square in the world, flanked by magnificent architecture on three sides. To the west, we'll admire the great Ali Qapu Palace, while on the opposite side, we'll marvel at the masterpiece of Safavid architecture, the Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque, which shines with its blue tiled entrance areas and blue domes in the sunlight. To the south, we'll visit the stunning Shah Mosque. Later we will visit Chehel Sotun Palace, also known as the "Forty Pillar Palace." Afterward, we'll have some free time to explore the bazaar and Naqsh-e Jahan Square. If you're feeling hungry, you can enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants around the square.
Later, we'll meet up with our guide again and visit the Azadegan teahouse together. This unique and quirky teahouse looks like a real robber's cave due to its unusual decoration. We'll also visit Hasht Behesht Garden and Palace, a stunning Persian garden that served as a summer residence for the Safavid rulers.
In the evening, we'll retire to our hotel for some well-deserved rest.
Overnight: Isfahan

After breakfast, we'll continue our city tour of Isfahan by visiting the Armenian district known as Jolfa. Here, we'll explore the beautiful Vank Cathedral, featuring stunning biblical murals. In the attached museum, we'll learn about the fascinating history of Armenia through exhibits, pictures, and documentaries.

Next, we'll visit the Isfahan Music Museum, a gateway to Iran's rich musical heritage. Here, we'll discover a wide range of musical instruments, manuscripts, and recordings that showcase the country's diverse musical traditions.

Afterward, we'll head to Zayandeh Rood River, where we'll stroll along the 33-arch Siosepol Bridge and the Khaju Bridge, both of which boast breathtaking views of the river and surrounding landscape. We'll spread blankets on the shore and enjoy a picnic next to friendly Iranian families.

Later in the evening, we'll drive towards Imam Khomeini International Airport, where we'll spend the night at the airport hotel, getting ready for our departure flight.

Overnight: Imam Khomeini International Airport

It's time to say goodbye to beautiful Iran and head back home. After breakfast, we'll check out from the hotel and make our way to the airport for our departure flight.


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Frequently asked questions

Yes, all itineraries on our website can be customized according to your preferences and requirements. To customize a trip, please get in touch with our travel specialists.

For most nationalities, a visa is required to travel to Iran. However, it's important to note that the Iran visa grant notice is included in all our package tours. This means that once you book a package tour with us, we will assist you in obtaining the necessary visa documentation for your trip to Iran. To find more information about the visa requirements, please visit our tourist visa page. It will provide you with detailed information and guidance on the visa application process.

Yes, all itineraries on our website can be customized according to your preferences and requirements. To customize a trip, please get in touch with our travel specialists.

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