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If you are looking for a nice of hiking experience mouth

Tochal complex
If you are looking for a nice of hiking experience mouth, a great skiing day, fresh air, unique view of Tehran, different groups of age and sex, different food and snacks and also a unique experience of Tehran tour, the Tochal complex is the best. It's really great for a day of hiking. There are 4 ways to reach the mountain. On average, you have 12 km to reach the mountain. You have a wonderful view, especially on Mount Damavand. You also have the gondola (telekabin, cablecar) to reach the mountain and back.

A tall and great tower laid over the high hills of Tehran's west.

Milad Tower
A tall and great tower laid over the high hills of Tehran's west. The 6th tallest tower in the world, with 435 meters height. Having seen other tallest towers in DUBAI and CANADA, but it's different and can have lunch at revolving restaurant of this tower. In the wind and chilling atmosphere having look of TEHRAN from the view of the tower which is great.

Darband area

Darband area: The nature friends' first choice
Beautiful Nature, Long and old trees, high mountains, fresh air, Colorful restaurants with fresh tea and foods, river stream, all come with fresh oxygen that makes you intoxicated. You can spend your day in Darband, enjoy the nice and pleasant weather and sound of the river below you. You have a variety of choices to eat and drink, this area is famous for its sour junk food and snack which is called in Persian: (Lavaashak) next  to which you can have different types of broth like (baaghaalia or coked Vicia faba, aash doogh, labo), they are really really recommended if you visit this area, you also  have the option of cycling or climbing, classified as sports activities in this locality. Sit outdoors, between mountains and trees, in the shades or in the sun, on wonderful carpets and have breakfast, lunch or dinner or simply tea.

Tabiat Pedestrian Bridge

Tabiat Bridge
- If you are an advocate of successful women.
- If you want to watch Tehran, more beautiful.
- If you want a special selfie photo of yourself.
And if you want to walk in the lushest region of Tehran.
The Tabiat Bridge is calling you.

Morahhari Mosque and College Historically known as the Masjid-e Sepah Salar

Motahari Mosque
Morahhari Mosque and College Historically known as the Masjid-e Sepah Salar (Mosque of the Commander-in chief), and serving both as a mosque and a theological college, the Motah'hari Mosque with its eight minarets set close to each other is the largest and most important mosque in Tehran (3,700 square meters in area). Architecturally speaking, it includes elements from the Imam Mosque of Esfahan (former Masjed-e Shah), the style of Haghia Sophia Mosque...

Golestan and Other Palaces  The Qajars' royal residence,

Golestan and Other Palaces
The Qajars' royal residence, the oldest substantial building in the city, and one of a group of royal buildings then enclosed within mud walls known as the Arg, the Golestan Palace (Rose Garden), too, was completed by Fath Ali Shah Qajar. However, its construction is attributed to the Safavid Shah Abbas I. Naser ad-Din Shah influenced by what he had seen during his first European tour in 1873, added a Museum in the form of a large, first-floor hall decorated with mirror work, where some of the priceless Crown Jewels were put on show side by side with many other things of much less value, mainly acquired by the King during his European tour.

 Imam Mosque (historically known as Masjid-e Shah or the Royal Mosque)

Imam Mosque
Imam Mosque (historically known as Masjid-e Shah or the Royal Mosque), the construction of which began by Fath Ali Shah Qajar in about 1809 in line with his efforts to embellish the newly founded capital, was completed in 1849. It stands at the northern entrance to the bazaar not far from the Golestan Palace. Two side entrances of the mosque lead directly into the bazaar.

Bazaar  Tehran is the greatest of the Iranian markets

Bazaar
Tehran is the greatest of the Iranian markets. Squat and once black in the heart of the city, like a covered railway station, stands the bazaars in the southern part of Tehran - oriental bazaars still not quite emasculated yet, for all the rubber sandals from Hong Kong and plastic bags stamped with the initials of totally imaginary airlines. These bazaars deserve a hall-day stroll.