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Tehran Walking Free Tour

Tehran Free Walking Tour
Around Imam Khomeini Square in the area of ​​30 Tir Street - Shahr Park - Bab Homayoun Street - and 15 Khordad is the first developed area in Tehran. This area, which is located around Imam Khomeini Square, is a collection of the most beautiful and old valuable monuments in Tehran, which introduces the history, culture, and architecture of Tehran, as well as various historical periods. A walking tour program in this area can not only reduce the cost of your tour but also can visit the most beautiful historical monuments like the National Garden Gate - Malek Museum - Ancient Iran Museum - Golestan Palace - Tehran Bazaar - Imam Khomeini Mosque.

Tehran's Nightlife

Tehran's Nightlife
Iran, as one of the Islamic countries with its own specific Islamic laws and regulations, has some limitations on nightlife. If you are traveling to Iran for nightlife such as bars - nightclubs - casinos - and nightclubs you are pulling their legs! But doesn't mean, Iran lacks nightlife. These activities are in line with Iranian national and family culture.

One day free tour at Imam Khomeini square and around

One day free tour at Imam Khomeini square and around
This square is one of the most magnificent structures that has made during the Qajar era. This square is a combination of Iranian, Europian design and an imitation of the unique design of Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan that opened to the public in 1873. As the square was in the vicinity of the Golestan Royal Palaces as well as the royal gardens, various buildings, and monuments were quickly built around the square.

Skiing in Tehran

Skiing in Tehran
Tehran's Ski Resort is visible from all over the city
Whether you have just one day or a long weekend, there are plenty of places to ski around Tehran. There are plenty of places to ski around Tehran. But among all them، the Tochal sports complex is the best choice due to different reasons:

Tehran Navab High Way

Tehran Tourist Attractions Briefly
The most natural attractions of Tehran city are related to Mount Tochal 3710m high in the north of Tehran. There are several, also other known hiking paths like Darband, Darakeh, Darabad, etc are known among the locals. A Cablecar starts from Velenjak and ends near the peak at number 5 station. There are other recreational facilities like bungee jumping stations, various restaurants, rock climbing areas and much more, among them maybe Darband is the most complete and known area for the people because of the variety of tourism attractions .

Tehran's History Briefly

Tehran's History Briefly
Tehran, the capital of the Islamic Republic of Iran, is known for its modern atmosphere, Qajar historical buildings, hospitable people and different local, traditional and international restaurants, various cafés and plazas. Azadi Tower at the western gate entrance of the city has marked as the symbol of the Iranian capital for years.
Tehran city, with a length of about 50 km and a width of 30 km is located at the foothills of Alborz Mountain Range.

Tehran Food and Beverage

Tehran Food and Beverage
Special Foods In Tehran Province and especially in the city of Tehran various types of pleasant foods are served. Best cocks from all over the country have come to Tehran and serve various types of Iranian traditional foods in an extended number of restaurants. Besides the Iranian foods, specific restaurants serve foreign foods like Indian, Thai, Chinese, Lebanese, Italian, Swiss, French, and Japanese foods as well.


Tehran at a glance
The modern powerhouse of the government and its engineers, Tehran was originally a village on the suburb of Rey, Iranian capital until Mongol invasion of the country in 1220 AD. Actually, very little is known of the origin and early history of Tehran. It is possible that it may date back to the ninth century AD, but for the first few hundred years of its existence, it was an insignificant town, its development being retarded by its proximity to the large and flourishing Rey.

Tehran's Metro Guide 2019

Tehran's Metro Guide
One of the biggest problems in Tehran, like other major cities of the world, is the urban daily traffic. This daily traffic causes various problems, such as wasting time and other problems. One of the best alternative to navigating in Tehran is the Metro system. Metro not only can save your travel time but also can be part of the cultural experience as it includes a variety of people who live and work in the city.
Make surprise yourself by the ease, low fare, and convenience of traveling on the Tehran Metro Plus, you can see friendly hospitable faces. you will meet many curious people, who are ready to help and chat you. undoubtedly, traveling by Tehran's subway is an amazing new experience.

Tehran's Nightlife

Tehran's Nightlife | What to do in Tehran at Night
When we talk about the nightlife, We can truly say that Tehran is a 24-hour city. Most fun activities start just after sunset in Tehran. Many travelers are wondering if there is no nightlife in Tehran without all the things they know and can not find here (at least not officially). we try to classify some suggestions for Iranian nightlife (mainly in Tehran). The difference between Tehran's nightlife and that of other popular capitals is largely due to its political, traditional and religious status.

Hiking on Vali- E Asr street

Hiking on Vali- E Asr street, the longest street in the middle east
The most beautiful and longest street in the middle east where you can find most of Tehran's interesting things. The longest street, the highest quantity of trees in a street( more than 1000), nice art galleries, lux, and super lux restaurants, great malls and shops, old Tajrish Bazar, local cafe's, artists' hangout, nice parks, all can be found at this lovely street. This street stretches from north to south of the city, from the rich to the poor, from the parks to the shops.

On The Roof of Tehran

On The Roof of Tehran
In the evening when you want to continue enjoying your Tehran's tourism, Tochal complex at the top of Tehran is a full-scale choice, which is open 24 hours.
You have different choice for doing: walk from the parking to the first station and enjoy different types of activities such as: watching the waterfall, eating different foods, drinking tea, playing paintball, doing archery, etc.

Visit Tehran at 48 hours

Visit Tehran at 48 hours

Most travelers stay in Tehran for less than 2 days, and even the locals recommend to have a visit from the other historic cities as Isfahan and Shiraz.
However, Tehran as a cultural and historical center has various places and opportunities to offer
We would like to guide you to visit, eat, drink and watch Tehran at 48 hours while you are there.

How tov Visit Tehran at 5- days

How to visit Tehran at 5- days
There are so many options to discover Tehran in terms of cultural, historical and natural attractions, that many visitors spend little time in this mega capital city. But in addition to its different sites, Tehran offers a great insight into modern-day Iran and its people.

It is an old and traditional bazaar much smaller than the grand bazaar

Tajrish Bazaar
It is an old and traditional bazaar much smaller than the grand bazaar, but much cleaner and located in the northern part of Tehran. You can plan your visit in order to stop at the bazaar before and after visiting the Sadabad Royal palace complex or Darband recreational area. it's only a 10-15 minute walk.
The Tajrish Market is a must-visit to feel the local market and local culture of Tehran. Go and buy nuts, fruits, the best quality of saffron in the region. A walk in the evening in this lively and lovely area is also nice and exciting.