Iran Tour for Italians | Travel to Iran from Italia
Let’s Go Iran is always at your service to arrange a memorable trip to Iran. We can arrange a momentous trip as you wish because of all our experience with tourists from all over the world, especially in Italy.
Visa process for Italian Citizens:
These years, because of the friendship between Italy and Iran, the government tries a lot to make the easier visa process for Italian citizenship. You can get two weeks tourist visa upon your arrival in Iran at one of the Intl airports. But if you would like to have your visa in your hand before you arrive in Iran, we can arrange it so simple for you. You should just do some simple steps:
Step 1: Receiving the documents from you:
1: A copy of the first page of your passport, needs to be valid at least for 6 months.
2: A picture of you in size of 4 cm in 6 cm.
3: Visa application form that should be filled in and submitted.
Step 2: Starting visa application
My colleagues in the visa department applied for your visa at the right time, when your code gets ready, I will send it to you.
Step 3: Stamping your visa
If your preferred embassy to stamp your visa is in your country, when I send you your visa code, after 3 days, you should call the Iranian embassy in your country to make sure they received your visa code, then you should go there to stamp your visa. But if your preferred place to collect your visa is in one of the main airports in Iran, you should bring your visa code with you, and stamp it as soon as you arrive at the airport.
The 8 days Iran itinerary for the Italians:
Tehran > Shiraz > Persepolise > Yazd > Esfahan > Tehran
Day 1: Tehran
Arrival in Tehran, transfer to hotel.
According to your arrival time, and if the time permits, you will have a half-day city tour of Tehran to visit Golestan Palace, and your day will finish by exploring the Grand Bazaar of Tehran.
Day 2: Tehran
Full day city tour of Tehran to visit the Niavaran and Saad Abbad palaces. Overnight in Tehran.
Where to stay in Tehran?
You should not be worried about the place to stay in Tehran, because this city has many hotels in various categories and prices. If you would like to experience a very sweet and enjoyable trip, and also prefer the sweetness of the trip will be multiplied for you, Iranian traditional boutique hotels are the best options.
Day 3: Tehran-Shiraz ( morning flight )
In the morning, you will be transferred to the airport to fly to Shiraz. As soon as you arrive, your guide will take you to a nice place to eat breakfast, then start your tour of Shiraz to visit Eram Garden, Nasiro- Molk Mosque, Narenjestan Palace, and tombs of poets Hafez and Saadi, Zand complex, and Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine. Overnight in Shiraz.
What do we buy from Shiraz?
If you want to buy a special souvenir of Shiraz, you should go to Vakil Bazaar where you can find different kinds of famous handicrafts of Shiraz like the rug, Khatam, Carved wood, Silver, Kilim and Gabbeh, and Saffron.
Our professional expert will help you find the best rugs with good quality and the best price to buy the rug.
Day 4: Shiraz-Persepolis-Yazd
Early in the Morning drive to Persepolis, Naghsh-E-Rustam, Naghsh-e-Rajab, and Pasargadae, then depart by surface to Yazd in the heart of Iran. On the way, we will have a short stop to visit the 4500 years old cypress tree. Stay overnight in Yazd.
Day 5: Yazd
Full-day city tour in Yazd. Visit the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence, and the Fire Temple, in the afternoon visit the Amirchakhmaq mosque, Bazaar, and Water museum. Overnight Yazd.
Day 6: Yazd-Esfahan
Drive to Isfahan via Meybod and Naein villages. Visit pigeon tower, Narin castle then visit cotton waving workshop and Jame mosque in Naein. Overnight Isfahan
Day 7: Esfahan
Isfahan's full-day city tour to visit Imam square: Ali Qapu palace, Sheikh Lotfollah, and Imam Mosques, Chehel- Sotoun Palace, bazaar, in the evening visit Sio-se-Pol and Khajou bridges and Zoorkhaneh. Overnight Isfahan
Carpet Workshop in Isfahan
We can show you some workshops running by both men and women who make traditional weaving and coloring. As you know Iran is famous for its carpet and is really powerful in this industry. You will see how carpets are made and designed and colored.
Day 8: Esfahan-Abyaneh
Half-day tour of Isfahan to visit Vank cathedral, Jolfa area. Then visit Jame mosque. In the afternoon drive to Abyaneh. This old village where because the builders use red soil for construction. There are lots of old men and women that all wear the same local clothes. Overnight Abyaneh.
Day 9: Abyaneh-Kashan
It's about two hours drive to Kashan. Kashan's most important tourist attraction that you shouldn’t lose is Tepe Sialk (Sialk hill), which was one of the first centers of the formation of human civilization. Human beings lived there about 6000 or 7000 years ago. The city also has other attractions for example Fin garden which has a bath (Fin Bath) where Amir Kabir the Qajarid chancellor of Nasseredin Shah was murdered, and Tabatabaei house which is known as the greatest house of Iran, Jame mosque of Kashan was built before Islam. Agha Bozorg Mosque is one of the most magnificent Islamic monuments, Sultan Amir Ahmad bathhouse is one of the most beautiful baths of Iran, Kashan traditional Bazaar, Borujerdis, Abbasi, Ameri, Al-e Yasin, Raheb, Manouchehri houses that are the greatest instances of Iranian merchants ‘ houses in the 19th century. Overnight in Kashan.
Day 10: Kashan-Tehran intel airport
Transfer directly to Tehran Intl. airport for your return flight.