Qazvin is an amazing historical city which holds the most cultural and historical registered sites. The city served as a capital of the Safavid dynasty in the 16th century and is famous for its sophisticated cuisine and fabulous sweets including gorgeous baklava and a delicious cardamom-scented tea cake (noon-e chayi ghazvin).
Trip Plan: In the early morning, we will start our trip from Tehran to Qazvin. Then, we will have breakfast in the middle of the way. At our arrival we start our visit to Places Like: Sepah Street (Iran’s first street), Saad-o saltaneh bazzar, Qazvin grand bazar, Sabze Meydan (Chehel Sotoun palace, city museum, Ali Qapu) and old gate of Tehran. Right after having our lunch (Gheyme Nesar Or Nesar Polo) as Qazvin’s local food, we continue visiting places such as: Aminiha House, Qajar museum, Cantor Church and Shazde Hossein’s Shrine.
Include: Breakfast, lunch, English tour guide, all entrance fees.
Starts at 5:30.