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From Yerevan to Tehran; A Tale of two Cities

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    8 Days 7 Nights

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    Kashan, Isfahan, Tehran, Shiraz, Yerevan


Armenia and Iran have great correspondence after the separation of the countries. For many years, Iran has taken in its bosom, the Armenians who have immigrated to Iran, by the command of Shah Abbas, to be safe and live safely. Today, Isfahan is known as the central town of the Armenians; however, they live in most cities of Iran, such as Tehran. They are famous in Iran, for their honesty and virtue.

In this journey, we aim to be a part of this history and get to know the most important parts of the two neighboring countries. We start from Armenia and after visiting Yerevan, the capital of this country, we go to see Lake Sevan and the old Temple of Garni. Areni and Ararat are the two next destinations before leaving Armenia for Iran. In Tehran, we will know the history of this city and the living of the Armenians in it. Then, we will go to Isfahan, visit Jolfa, the district of Armenians and visit the church of Vank. Then we will continue to know more about Iran: the Village of Abyane, strolling in Naghsh-e Jahan Sqaure and singing in Khaju bridge. Shiraz awaits us with its Persepolis and the first Persian Garden. Staying in traditional accommodations is part of our trip to add great pictures to your memories about Iran.



Processing visas (excluding Embassy fee)

Daily bottled mineral water

Coffee or tea in long distance trips

Accommodation at hotels with breakfast


Entrance fees

Transfers from/to/from airport

Air condition coach (depending to the no. of pax)

Highly qualified English speaking tour leader

Taking domestic flights service (excluding charges)

Not Include  (This should be paid separately)
  • Excess luggage by domestic flights (each person can take 20 kilos free)
  • International Flights
  • Iranian Embassy or Consulate Fee
  • Tips to Guide & Driver
  • All the Personal Expenses
  • (Lunch & Dinner are optional)



payment policy
  • These prices are in Euro.
  • These prices are for per person in double rooms.
  • 20% will be added for single supplement to package price
  • 10% will be reduced for the 3rd person in TRP Rooms.
  • These prices are for BB (bed & breakfast) accommodation
  • These price includes a guide-Driver.

The first & last day of the programs depends on your flight time, so the necessary changes will be made accordingly.

This itinerary can be tailor-made according to your interests.

Possibility of all the visits depends on the weekdays.

Tehran city tour depends on the time of the flight which is once a day.


National Museum, Contemporary Art Museum, Sergei Parajanov Museum, Tsitsernakaberd Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex.
Must Experience:
Climbing the Stairs of Cascade, Turne on the Candles in Genocide Memorial Complex.
Excursion to Sevan and Garni Garni Temple, Abovyan, Sevan Lake.
Must Experience:
Ridding boats in the Lake
Yerevan- Garni: 30KM
Yerevan- Sevan: 65 KM
Excursion to Ararat & Areni Wine factories in Areni, fish Farming in Ararat, Cascade Complex.
Must Experience:
Tasting local wine and know about the process of production.
Yerevan- Areni: 109 KM
National Museum, Golestan Complex, Bazaar, Darband.
Must Experience:
Walking in the north part in Darband, Walking in the crowded Bazaar.
Fin Garden in Kashan, Borujerdi house, Abyaneh Village, Old Bridges in Isfahan.
Must Experience:
Barefooted in the water in Kashan, Painting with local red soil in Abyaneh.
Tehran- Isfahan: 447 KM
Atiq Mosque, Naqshe Jahan Complex, Ali Qapoo, Shah Mosque, Lotfollah Mosque.
Must Experience:
Music Museum, Walking in Jolfa (Armenian) Neighborhood, Nightlife in the Square.
Pasargadae, Necropolis, Hafiz Tomb.
Must Experience:
Divination with the poetry of Hafiz, walking in the oldest Persian Garden, Wearing Chador in Shah Cheragh Mausoleum.
Isfahan- Shiraz: 480 KM
Persepolis, Eram Garden, Saadi Tomb, Vakil Complex.
Must Experience:
Having “Faloudeh”, Visiting Persian carpet’s workshops.


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