Iran Tours for Italian
A privileged relationship between Iran and Italy dates back to the age of the ancient Roman and Persian Empires. Despite their ever-changing internal affairs, the two political centers of Europe and Asia, throughout the entire ancient time, experienced long lasting contacts that produced political and military rivalries as well as economic and cultural relations of mutual interest.
The reasons inducing Italian states towards Persia were of three natures: religious, economic, and political, not to mention “those travelers who passed through (Persia) on their way to or from India or beyond” or “visited the country merely out of curiosity”.
In the footsteps of Marco polo:
Marco polo, the most famous traveller of silk road and famous Venetian world traveler, traveled overland through Persia across the Pamir mountains and south of the dangerous Taklimakan desert .He, his father and uncle left Venice in 1270 and started their travel to the east .He traveled from Acre to Sivas, Turkey, then through Mosul and Baghdad to Hormoz -that in that time was the bustling trade center of the Persian Gulf. Marco polo is the only trader who traveled the entire route of the Silk Road.
Iran – Italy business solutions:
Business trip to Iran for Italian Citizens:
We provide all business services you may require in Iran as an Italian citizen. We apply for your business visa, provide you with accommodations in all classes, and book your local translator/driver and whatever else you may need.
Visiting Iran as an Italian Citizen:
Here at incredible Iran we understand these historical and cultural ties between our two great nations and we have dedicated a travel agent who will directly deal with you and even will design your own special itinerary. Please see the details below:
Tours for Italian citizens
Iran Visa for Italian citizens:
Visa on arrival:
Thanks to the great diplomatic relations, between our two great nations. It is very easy for Italian citizens to obtain an Iranian Visa at airport. It is very easy and simple, you will get a 14 days visa at the airport and we can extend your visa for another 14 days if you want to stay longer.
We can also apply for your visa here in Iran and you can receive your visa either in Rome or at any Iranian consulate across the world.
We look forward to seeing you in Iran. Incredible Iran
No matter where you are in Spain (Rome, Milan, Naples, Turin, Palermo, Genoa, Bologna, Florence) we will organize everything for you. Please be in touch with our experts.
You can choose one of our tours in the right column of this page or choose our exclusive itinerary below:
Exclusive Itinerary for Italian:
11 Days Package
Tehran Kashan Isfahan Yazd Kerman Shiraz
Day 1 Tehran
Arrival, meet and greet at the airport, transfer to hotel.
A full-day tour of the capital, Tehran. Starting with a walking tour through old Tehran and visiting the old Gate of Tehran, Golestan Palaces, Imam (former Royal) Mosque and the Grand Bazaar which is a large roofed old shopping complex. We will then get more familiar with Persian Carpets at the Carpet Museum. Overnight Tehran.
Day 2 Tehran – Kashan
Morning drive to Kashan and Abiyaneh. You will head to to Kashan city with its famous and traditional gardens such as Fin garden. There are also some ancient sites in Kashan, for example SiahKal Hill which is more 6000 years old. Ou will check in to your hotel upon arrival and on a short excursion you will visit the world famous Abiyaneh village, a fascinating village with ochre colored houses, lattice windows, fragile wooden balconies and many splendid views. Abyaneh village is one of the most stunning and interesting tourist attractions in Iran from various viewpoints. During your Iran visit, it will be an unforgettable experience to pay a visit to this village. After Abiyaneh you will go to Kashan cities with its famous and traditional gardens such as Fin garden. You will spend the night at a traditional Inn called “Manouchehri House” which is very popular amongst tourists in Iran. You will spend the night at a traditional Inn called “Manouchehri House” which is very popular amongst tourists in Iran. Overnight Kashan.
Day 3 Isfahan
Short drive to Isfahan. After check in to your hotel we’ll start our full day tour of Isfahan at the UNESCO world heritage site of Naghsh-e-Jahan Sq., once a royal polo court, this site has been the official center of the city, when the city was the Safavid Capital (17th Century). We will visit the famous Imam Mosque (Royal Mosque), located the southern side of the square with wonderful architecture and tile-work.; overnight Isfahan.
Day 4 Isfahan
We start another full duray t in Isfahan where we will visit the Grand Mosque followed by Chehelsotun (forty columns) palace. We will then visit Vank Cathedral and the Armenian quarter of the city. Eveving will be walking by the banks of Zayanderud river, the soul of the city. There are several historical bridges over this river, erected during the Safavid era (17th Century). Siosepol (33-arch) and khaju bridges are the most famous ones. We enjoy visiting these two interesting bridges, drinking tea at the tea house below the bridge, walking along the river bank or paddle on a boat from one to the other. Overnight Isfahan
Day 5 Isfahan – Yazd
Drive to Yazd, on the way we will visit the desert city of Naeen where you will stop to see its grand mosque and traditional weaving factory. After checking in to your hotel you will have a half day city tour of Yazd to visit Towers of Silence, Fire Temple and the grand Mosque. Overnight Yazd.
Day 6 Yazd – Zain O din Caravanserai
Morning tour of Yazd to see Dowlat-Abad Gardens, Zoorkhaneh (Power House), Amir Chakhmakh Square and bazaar. Check out of hotel and we will head towards Zein o Din caravanserai, this is to experience an incredible day of desert life. Caravanserai is the ancient equivalent of hotels, where travellers would stay and relax after travelling through hot deserts all day, you will have a first hand experience of how hotels were run a few hundred years ago, nothing has been changed at this ancient hotel. Overnight Zein O Din.
Day 7 Kerman
Morning drive to Kerman, thorough central deserts of Iran. Arrival, meet and greet with your local guide and transfer to hotel. Evening at your leisure. Overnight Kerman.
Day 8 Kerman
In the morning we will start a full day excursion in Kerman and Mahan, visiting the mausoleum & monastery of Shah Nematollah Vali, the famous Sufi Dervish. We will also visit Shazdeh (Prince) Gardens and will drive to Rayn to visit its beautiful castle which have become an alternative to Bam Citadel for tourists after the 2004 Earthquake. Overnight in Kerman.
Day 9 Shiraz
Drive to Shiraz, enroute visiting the biggest fig garden in the world at Estahban and Sassanid palace at Sarvestan. After resting at the hotel, we will have a light evening tour of Shiraz, where you will visit holy shrines of Shiraz (Shah e Cheragh, Ali ebne Hamzeh) and Quran gate. Overnight Shiraz.
Day 10 Shiraz
We will start our Shiraz tour by Karmikhani complex, the residential palace of Zand dynasty. Karim Khan Zand, the founder of Zand dynasty who chose Shiraz as his capital, we continue to Vakil complex, Vakil Mosque, Bazar and public bath that are remaining from his reign. We also visit the colorful Nasirolmolk mosque. In the afternoon we will visit Eram Garden, Naranjestan Palace and the tombs of world famous poets Hafez and Saadi. Overnight Shiraz.
Day 11 Shiraz – Persepolis – Departure
On an excursion day, you will be visiting the most magnificent city of the ancient world, Persepolis, which is now registered as a UNESCO world heritage site. Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Persian Empire during Achemaenian era. The site, 125,000 sq.m. in area is composed of various reception halls and palaces, private palaces, royal treasury and fortifications, where we find the tomb of Cyrus the great and remains of Achaemenian palaces and edifices. We continue our excursion by visiting Naghsh-e-Rostam, the Achaemenian necropolis (city of the dead) before returning to Shiraz.
You will have the evening to yourself as your departure flight home will be very late evening or even at the small hours of the next morning.
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