Iran Culinary Tour
Our culinary tour offers you insider’s tips on how to make the most of your visit. We’ve gathered together our favorite attractions, workshops and places to stay in Tehran, Shiraz, Yazd and Isfahan as well as our very own shortlist of not-to-be missed food and sweets.
Duration:9 days/ 8 nights
- Reasonable Price
- Persuasive Services
- Flexible itinerary
- Tajrish Bazaar
- Golestan Palace
- Tehran Grand Bazaar
- Jewellery Museum
- National Museum of Iran
- Carpet Museum
- Pink Mosque
- Zandiyeh Complex
- Naghshe Rostam
- Jameh Mosque of Naien
- Si-o Se pol
- Naghshe Jahan Sq. Ali Qapu
- Imam Mosque
- Qeysarieh Bazaar
* Guided sightseeing
* All airport transfers from/to hotel
* Transport among the cities based on itinerary by private car
* Buffet breakfast
* Iran visa reference number
* Accommodation based on your preferences range
* Domestic flight
* Iranian SIM card
* Meal based on itinerary
* International Flight
* Meal (lunch/dinner)
* Visa collection fee
* Entrance fee
* Tips & personal expenses
* Portage fee
Day 1: Arriving in Tehran & start the tour
On your pre-dawn arrival at Imam Khomeini International Airport, you will be met by our representative carrying our logo show card (transfer information) that will direct and transfer you to your hotel. You will have time to rest and relax before our morning tour of Tehran commences.
Iran’s capital is a most-visit foodie and international restaurants. You are going to start the tour with a walk through Tajrish Bazaar. Introducing and tasting Persian spices and ingredients then buying required ingredients for the culinary class finally heading to kitchen where you are going to learn how to cook Persian food. At last you will transfer to hotel to get rest. Overnight Tehran.
Day 2: Tehran excursion
Tehran is a modern metropolis town, heritages awesome palace from Pahlavi and Qajar dynasty. In the morning tour is began by visiting Golestan Palace and Tehran grand Bazaar. Golestan Literally means rose land palace. This is marvellous inheritance from Qajar. The significant attribute of this palace is Marble Throne. You will also visit National Museum of Iran and Jewellery Museum. Here is the most dazzling collection of gemstones and jewellery known in the world.
at last you wil trasfer to Mehrabad airport to fly to Shiraz. You will also visit Azadi Tower on your way to the airport. In Shiraz airport you will meet and assist with the driver and transfer to the hotel. Overnight Shiraz.
Attention: Jewellery museum is open 14:00-16:30 from Saturday to Tuesday. So if the museum was closed depends on your schedule you will visit Carpet museum instead. The dazzling beauty and excellent quality of Persian carpets are well-known all over the world so visiting this place is highly recommended.
Day 3: Shiraz, city of gardens
Today you will visit mixture of Iran symbols in different highlights. Bazaar, mosque, traditional house and garden can be visited through your journey in Shiraz.
In the morning, Pink mosque (Nasir al Molk) is really worthy to visit. Sun lights display pink lights through this five concave mosque and represent eye catching perspective.Next, visit Zandyie complex which includes Bath, mosques, bazaar and citadel. Royal district constructions which are built during Karim Khan Zand’s Monarchy.
After that you will start your culinary tour. You will be presented how to cook an Iranian cuisine. Then you will have the Persian dinner you have cooked. Overnight Shiraz.
Day 4: Head to east
After breakfast and check out hotel you will drive toward Yazd. En route you will visit magnificent palace complex Persepolis Palace and Necropolis (Naghshe Rostam). Persepolis literally means Persian land. The glories part of tour and UNESCO world heritage. Overnight Yazd.
Day 5: Yazd, city of Zoroastrian
There is no better way to begin any exploration of Yazd than with its food and sweets. Our food, drink, sweet and cultural, tasting tour begins In Yazd. You will meet the driver in the lobby of hotel. You are going to visit confectionery and its workshop to know how to make Pashmak, Persian candy floss and Baklava. Then you will start your culinary class. Overnight Yazd.
Day 6: Road trip to Isfahan
Drive to Isfahan with a short stop in Naein to visit some attractions like Jame Mosque and Traditional underground Workshop of weaving cotton and beautiful desert city of Meybod. Then keep going to Isfahan to visit old bridges (Khajoo and Si-o seh pol). Overnight Isfahan.
Day 7: Isfahan's world heritage
Full-day city tour of Isfahan, one of the largest cities in the world with many beautiful boulevards, covered bridges, palaces, mosques, minarets and monuments. Naghsh-e Jahan Square is a famous attraction of this city that has been registered by UNESCO as outstanding example of Iranian and Islamic architecture. Isfahan also has a wide variety of historic monuments and is known for the paintings, history and architecture. Start your full-day city tour with visiting Naghsh-e-Jahan Complex (A’li Qapu Palaces, Sheikh Lotfollah, Imam Mosques and Bazaar). Do not forget to taste some local foods and sweets of Isfahan like Beryani and Gaz.
After the sightseeing you will visit a workshop to know how to make Gaz, Persian nougat. At last you will be presented how to cook an Iranian cuisine. Then you will have the Persian dinner you have cooked. At last you will transfer to airport to take flight to Tehran. Overnight Tehran.
Day 9: Departure day
You will transfer to IKA to fly back home and leave Iran with wounderful memories.