The history of Iranian cars industry dates back to 1960s, when Iran decided to produce its own cars. First Cars produced in Iran were called Peykan, Aria, Shahin, and Jian.
Pack your Jeans and leather Jacket! Put on your hat and we’ll rock and roll in the Iran Classic Tours with Classic Cars.
What can be more exciting than meeting Classic Car Club members, Arranging Classic Car show and go for a ride with your requested classic car?
We had the honor to host Mr. José A. Penteado Vignoli and his wife, from Brazil, who is an expert in Brazilian classic car.
2nd Day: Tehran Tour
Have breakfast in a nice local Café.
Then visiting Saadabad Palace Complex, the Royal car museum with Farshchian painting masterpieces.
After lunch, Ghazali Cinema Town, knowing about Tehran old times and having a ride with classic cars and meeting the association members.
At night walking next to Chitgar lake and have delicious food at Bamland food court.
3rd Day: Tehran
In the morning visiting classic car garage and have a meeting with the chief of Iran national rally federation, then visiting Golestan complex, the royal residential palaces located right in front of Tehran Grand Bazaar.
Overnight in Tehran
4th Day: Excursion to Persepolis
Fly to Shiraz, have an excursion to see the magnificent site of Persepolis and Necropolis, back to Shiraz visiting Quran gate and have a city drive with classic cars.
5th Day: Shiraz
City sightseeing in Shiraz, started with Nasirolmolk mosque also known as pink mosque. This place is one of the most beautiful mosques of the world and for its roses it’s famous as rose mosque too. Walking to Vakil mosque through Vakil traditional Bazaar. Visiting Eram Garden or Hafez Tomb in the afternoon.
Overnight in Shiraz
6th Day: Shiraz – Esfahan
Drive to Varzaneh, visiting Varzaneh sandy desert. Do some trekking, Camel riding in desert and enjoy sunset there.
Drive to Esfahan, visiting Siosepol and Khaju Bridge Overnight in Esfahan
7th Day: Esfahan
Have a city tour in Esfahan beautiful city. Visiting Vank cathedral in Julfa Armenian quarter. Getting to know more about Persian music and instruments in Esfahan Music Museum and then have a lunch in a nice traditional restaurant.
After lunch visiting Naghsh-e Jahan Square the third biggest square in the world! This square was built in Safavid era and meant to be a place for Chogan play, yet Mosques, Palaces and Bazaar were built around it to give it additional value.
We’ll visit A’li Qapu and Chehel sotoon palace, Sheikh Lotfollah, Imam Mosques and Bazaar.
8th Day: Esfahan – Kashan – Tehran
The last day of Iran trip,
Have a transfer with a classic or modern car to IKA airport, however on way we’ll stop to visit Fin Garden, Tabatabaei historical house and Soltan Mir Ahmad Bath.