Qazvin Tour

Let’s enjoy traveling to one of the most beautiful cities of Iran that represents several monuments from ancient days of Persia such as Alamut Castle, as well as historical buildings of Seljuk, Safavid & Qajar dynasties.


Day 1

Qazvin city tour will get under way by visiting Chehel Sotoon palace, Aali Qapu gate, Sa’ad-o-Saltaneh complex including bazaar, Caravansary and mosque as well as visiting Jame mosque of Qazvin as the largest mosque of Iran that has been built by adobe

Day 2

Our plan for today is visiting more monuments of the city at your leisure such as Spah Street, Mostowfi Mausoleum, Qajar Bathhouse and ImamZadeh Shazdeh Hossein Shrine.
In the afternoon take a short excursion to Avaj in order to visit the 2nd largest suspended bridge of Iran.

Day 3
Alamut Valley

Have a day trip to Alamut castle where it is one of the most beautiful spots on Alborz Mountain. People are of the opinion that this castle dates back to 14th century when it was ruled by Hassan Sabah as the leader of Ismailia religion. Enjoy it extraordinary landscape and details of castle

Day 4

The last but not the least



  • Iran Visa Authorization Code
  • 3 Days of guided tours with a professional Guide
  • 3 days of having private transport
  • All entrance fees that are mentioned in itinerary
  • Airport transfers


  • Visa Fee & Extension
  • Extra Activities
  • All tipping
  • Lunch & Dinner
  • INTL airfare
When is te best time to visit this region?

It can be run around the year except Alamut valley that preferably from spring till the end of summer.

How to pay the bill?

We will be very pleased receiving bill upon arrival throughout our guide/agent or even prepayment by any digital currencies.

Is this a group tour?

This rate is based on accompany of 2 adults. of course, by having more clients, price of the trip will change.

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Qazvin Tour
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