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Tehran Must-Sees
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Full Day Tour with Lunch


You can see it anywhere! Tradition and modernity. When you walk across the streets and alleys of the city, you will recognize the combination of modern and tradition architects, even in the uptown. The sky scraper within the garden-like alleys, museums, bazaars, mosques, churches and… draw anyone’s attention to the conflicts between tradition and modernity.   



Included in the full day Tehran tour is an excursion to the Imam Khomeini Square, Bagh-e Melli, National Museum of Iran (museum of ancient Iran & museum of Islamic Era), National Jewelry Museum, Golestan Palace and Tehran Grand Bazaar.

Special Note: 

Jewelry Museum is closed on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. It will be replaced with Reza Abbasi Museum on Thursday and Friday and Malek Museum on Wednesday. Tehran Grand Bazaar is closed on Fridays. Some shops will be open around the Bazaar area.






This tour is a must in Tehran. Following to arrival of the main square of Tehran – Imam Khomeini Square our first visit is to Bagh Melli, which is the heart of Tehran where buildings in the early Pahlavi Era were constructed. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Police Department, Qazac Khaneh, University of Art, National Library are some of the buildings build at the "National Architectural Style". Learn about Persian History at the most significant museum of Iran: National Museum of Iran, which consists of two sections: Museum of Ancient Iran, and the Museum of the Islamic Era. The first part has the most important exhibits from ancient Persepolis, Chogha Zanbil, Susa and many other sites. The Museum of Islamic Era has wonderful exhibits from Abbasid, Seljuk, Ilkhanid, Safavid, Qajar periods displayed in chronological order. Your guide expert in Persian Art and History explains you the secrets of 3 thousand years old civilizations that had an influence on the western culture.

Jewelry Museum is the cherished one…. The most notable and important jewelry museum of the World! Situated within the Central Bank building, this museum houses hundreds of national treasures that were collected by numerous shahs of Iran. Daria-I-Noor is the largest diamond of the historic World. The Peacock Throne, The Samarian Spinel, Pahlavi Crown are jewels among hundreds of others that will be displayed at the museum. Our last visit is to Golestan Palace. This royal Qajar Palace complex is one of the oldest historic monuments in Tehran and UNESCO World Heritage Site that has a beautiful garden, fountain pools, charming throne hall of Persian Shahs art collections and many other sections worth to visit. We visit the Reception Hall (Talar Salam), Royal Garden, Marble Throne (Eyvan Takhte-e-Marmar) and The Badgir (wind catcher).


Catering and accommodation can also be arranged:

2018-08-13 | by HiPersia Content production
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