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Wonders of Tehran
Wonders of Tehran

Visit the city of the Pomegranate. Bargain in the bazaars, walk through stunning palace gardens, savor flavorful and exotic Persian cuisine in great restaurants and pleasing classic teahouses of the capital.

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Welcome to Iran's largest city and urban area, the largest city in Western Asia and one of the largest three cities in the Middle East (along with Istanbul and Cairo). Visit the home to many historic mosques as well as several churches, synagogues and Zoroastrian fire temples, palaces and great museums. The modern structures, notably Azadi Tower and the Milad Tower, have come to symbolize the city. Northern Tehran is a wealthy region of the city and Streets and alleys of Northern Tehran usually look wider and lusher. Tehran has a wide range of shopping opportunities, from traditional bazaars to shopping districts and modern shopping malls. The great Bazaar of Tehran and the Tajrish Bazaar are the biggest traditional bazaars in Tehran. Tehran has many modern and classic restaurants and cafes, serving both traditional Iranian and cosmopolitan cuisine. One of the most popular dishes of the city is the chelow kabab (kabob/kebab is originally a Persian word meaning grilled or roasted meat).

 

What's Included

 

Itinerary

Visiting old Tehran: Kazemi house a historical house in southern Tehran, Imamzadeh Yahya shrine, Navab bath house which dates back to the Qajar era and Shahid Chamran house museum.

Explore the beautiful bird garden and the Qasr Garden Museum (Museum of the Qasr Prison), it was one of the oldest political prisons in Iran, which is now a museum complex.

Visiting the National gate, a historical and governmental compound in Tehran, National Museum of Iran, Abgineh Museum, the glassware and ceramic museum of Iran and exploring Adorian fire temple.

 

 

5 reasons to travel to Tehran:

  1. Daria-i-Noor, one of the largest cut diamonds in the world is in the Iranian Crown Jewels of Central Bank of Iran in Tehran
  2. Golestan palace that has been listed as UNESCO world heritage
  3. Tabiat (nature) bridge, the largest pedestrian overpass built in Iran
  4. Experiencing so many different types of food in various restaurants of the capital
  5. Baam-e-Tehran and Tochal in the north of Tehran

 

Make it a private tour - From $136 per person

Book this tour as a private departure, with your own local tour guide and all the benefits of a HiPersia group tour for any group, big or small even just one traveller (any day you want). 

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