highlights:

The "Two revolutions and a coup" tour is planned to help you learn what has happened in Iran during its constitutional revolution of 1905, the Coup against the prime minister of the time Dr. Mossadegh in 1953, the revolution of 1979 and in general its recent history.  Iran has been the cradle of the movements, revolutions and changes in the Middle East the same way it was the first country in the region that forced the king to accept the constitution around in 1905. This trip includes Tehran and Tabriz that were the focus of these incidents. Your tour guide will tell you the stories of revolutions and the coup while you are visiting the neighborhoods of the events and you will visit the places open to public. Regarding the budget, it includes basic services so that it can be affordable for everyone.

We invite you to take on this adventure and learn about Iranian recent history.

itinerary

Day 1

Tehran

Visit historical Baharestan Square and get acquainted with Islamic Consultative Assembly, then get an insight into amazing Qajar dynasty’s architecture by visiting Sepahsalar Mosque. Then discover traditional Iranian bath by meeting Bab Homayoon public bath.

Day 2

Tehran

Visit stunning Masoudieh palace, then meet wonderful Golestan palace. Spend your time in the busiest Bazaar in Iran and maybe sip some tea in a nice tea-house.

Day 3

Tehran

Walk around British and Russian embassies. Then visit Embassy of United State which is turned into a museum. Stroll around one of the most historical squares of Tehran, Mashq Square, and visit Ebrat museum which is located there.

Day 4

Tehran

Walk around Hosseinie Ershad a place which is famous due to the speeches and movements made by politicians during Islamic Revolution. Enjoy a cine coffee and meet locals in a nice cafe. Then get acquainted with a historical Qajari Prison, Qasr Prison, which turns into a Museum.

Day 5

Tehran

Visit Hosseinie Jamaran and Islamic Revolution leader’s house and museum. Then laze in Niavaran and Saadabad complex and admire amazing Persian palaces.

Day 6

Tehran

Visit Mausoleum of Imam Khomeini. Then go to Behesht-e Zahra Cemetery. Drive to Rey and see wonderful Shah-Abdol-Azim shrine and Ibn Babawayh Cemetery.

Day 7

 Tehran

See Azadi Tower and its museum and then drive to Ahmadabad to visit Mohammad Mosaddegh’s House and museum. Overnight train to Tabriz.

Day 8

Tabriz

Walk around Amir Khiz neighborhood and get acquainted with its history, see Sattar khan’s house and museum. Get an insight into historical Tabriz’s houses by visiting Seghat-ol-Eslam’s House.

Day 9

Tabriz

Stroll around Tabriz Bazaar, the largest covered bazaar in the world and one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Then visit outstanding Blue Mosque. See Constitution House of Tabriz, also known as Khaneh Mashrouteh. Visit Ali Monsieur’s house, who is one the most prominent political figures involved in Iran’s Constitutional Revolution. His house in central Tabriz currently serves as a museum.

Day 10

Tabriz

See the Tomb of Bagher Khan in Tobaieh Garden. Go to Armenian Cemetery and visit Howard Conklin Baskerville grave, who was an American teacher at the Memorial School in Tabriz during the Constitutional Movement and was killed during an attempt to break the Tabriz siege. He is often referred to as "American Lafayette of Iran" and "American Martyr of the Iranian Constitutional Movement. Visit wonderful Khatayi Artist House of Tabriz. Overnight train to Tehran.

Day 11

Tehran

Drive to Qom to walk around the city center and also meet Feizieh Religious School. Back to Tehran.



 

 Mashgh square, Tehran 

Mashgh sqaure, Tehran

Tehran tour Baharestan square 

Baharestan square, Tehran

bagherkhan Tabriz tour 

Constitutional museum, Tabriz

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