Day 1-2: Tehran
Arrival at Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA),where we will meet our guide and transfer to the hotel. After a short rest, we will have a tour to visit some highlights of Tehran such as the National Museum, Golestan palace and bazaar. Before we leave Tehran, we will also visit the Milad Tower, an art gallery, the award-winning Tabiat Pol bridge and adjoining parks. If possible, we will also include a visit to a concert, sporting event or film.
Day 4: Drive to Kashan
Before leaving Hamedan, we will visit the tomb of Esther and Mordechai, tomb of Baba Taher and the Avicenna Mausoleum. Stop in Qom, the “Vatican of Iran.” Overnight stay in a traditional guest house in Kashan..
Day 5-7: Isfahan.
So much to see and do in Isfahan! We’ll visit some of the most important landmarks, such as the Naghsh-e-Jahan Square, with its A’li Qapu palaces, Sheikh Lotfollah and Imam Mosques and Bazaar), the Hasht Behesht Palace and Chehel Sotoun Pavilion, the Sioseh Bridge and the Vank Cathedral in Julfa, the traditional Armenian quarter. But we’ll also have time to visit with a Muslim cleric and a Zoroastrian priest, visit a local tea house, and have a picnic on Soteh mountain, a popular hangout for young Isfahanis. One evening, we’ll have dinner with a local family.
Day 13 : Yazd
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Pearl Bergad says
Good morning, Jeremy,
This sounds like a fantastic trip! Bob and I are interested in joining your group. Please keep us posted.
Jeremy Iggers says
Will do! So far I have 3-4 couples that have expressed interest, but one can’t go until later, another has a very sick old dog, a third has money worries, etc. So it seems unlikely that it can happen in May. But I will keep trying to collect people who want to go…