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World Heritage Highlights

10 Cities 14 Days



  • Architecture
  • History

Age Range

  • 15-80

Service Level

  • Mid Range


Capture the history, grandeur, and importance of Iran’s heritage with an untour that takes you from the labyrinth of ancient bazaars to the impressive palaces of Iran’s last king. With 24 UNESCO listed cultural landmarks and 54 more in the tentative list, Iran will captivate you with its heritage, cuisine, and hospitable people. In this untour, we are going to cross a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites along with other must-sees of this diverse land. 

What’s included?

  • Meals

    All breakfasts

  • Transport

    1 private driver-guide to be with you for the whole trip

  • Accommodation

    8 nights at four star hotels, 6 nights at luxury traditional houses

  • Additional Services

    Guided tours of all the cities with a focus on their UNESCO World Heritage Sites; All entrance fees; Visa authorization letter; Insurance costs

  • Not Included

    Internatioal flights, other meals, personal expenses (like shopping), visits and activities not included in the plan

Trip Itinerary

  • Day 1: Tabriz

    History & Antiquity

    Aging back some 4,500 years, Tabriz is one of the major historical capitals of Iran. The historical texture of this city makes it perfect for all sorts of walking tours, and the Armenian heritage left here provide the ultimate bible lessons. Among Tabriz’s many attractions, you should never miss the Bazaar of Tabriz. After that, we may spend some time checking out The Blue MosqueTabriz Municipality PalaceQajar Museum (Amir Nezam House), and El Goli Park (Shahgoli)

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  • Day 2: Tabriz

    A Volcanic Village

    We may pend half a day visiting Kandovan Village. This rocky village is one of the only 3 villages of its kind, a must-see for anyone looking to experience Iran off the beaten track. In the remaining time, you can visit whichever attractions you missed the day before.

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  • Day 3: Hamedan

    City Life in 7th Century BC

    Rise and shine early morning and get ready for a drive towards Hamedan, because today we’re traveling back in time! En route, you can make the most of this journey by visiting the Dome of Soltaniyeh, a 700 year old bright blue structure that stands out like a thumb. Here, we can also check out Cultural Heritage and Tourism Base of Hegmataneh; the ruins of a very complex and very old city loved by many kings.

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  • Day 4: Kermanshah

    The Water Goddess

    Since the drive from Hamedan to Kermanshah is only 2 hours and 30 minutes, giving us the chance to stop en route at the Temple of Anahita (a water goddess) in Kangavar city. Once you have reached Kermanshah, keeping the UNESCO theme in mind, we can check out Taq-e Bostan and Bisotun to see the bas-relief and cuneiform inscription ordered by Darius I, The Great.

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