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Travel Guide To Tehran

  • Iran
  • Tehran
  • 730 km²
  • Rial
  • Persian
  • 8846782
  • Shiraz is known as the city of poets, literature and flowers. It is also considered by many Iranians to be the city of gardens, due to the many gardens and fruit trees that can be seen in the city. It is where you can base your visit to Persepolis, the capital of the ancient Persian Empire founded by Darius the Great in the 6th Century BCE.Visited December 2016

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  • I love it... There are 64 gardens in this city which you can visit them in all seasons (we visited shiraz on December and the gardens were green)... if you don't have enough time choose "bagh-e-Eram" & "Narenjestan-e-Qavam" Don't forget to visit the tombs of Saadi & Hafiz... they are open even at night and are so nice in day or night... walk lonely in there for a while and receive positive energy of environment. Visited December 2016.

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  • we loved shiraz very much. It was the best hotel, the best bazaar and the best food on our trip. I just can recommend to spend few days here. Visited August 2016.

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General Information About Tehran

Tehran is the capital of country and its biggest and the most populated city with a population of 15,232,564. The city is the second largest in Western Asia, the third largest in the Middle East, and the world’s 29th most populous city. For the first time in 1776, Agha Mohammad Khan, who was the king of Qajar, chose Tehran as the capital of Iran. Currently, the city is home to diverse ethnic groups. The city is the economic hub of Iran with 30% of the workforce and 45% of industrial firms in the country. Tehran is also a major tourist’s destination in the country because of the wealth of cultural attractions. There are some historical and monuments in Tehran like the grand bazar / national museum / Jewelry museum / Golestan palace / Marmar palace / Baharestan / Milad Tower /Azady Tower / and some beautiful natural places …….
 Taxi and public transports is one of the best way for transfers special in Tehran, capital of Iran
Tehran has two airports: Mehrabad International Airport, which hosts domestic flights and Imam Khomeini International Airport. If you travel by train, you will reach the Tehran railway in the south of the city. Travelers who prefer to travel by bus will arrive at one of the four terminals in Argentina, South, East, or West of Tehran, depending on the origin of the trip. Public transport in Tehran; Metro Tehran has an inter-city metro that extends to Karaj city. The subway is the fastest way to get a cheap commute to the city of Tehran. There are now metro stations in most of the city's main squares. Metro lines are available at all stations. The price of the metro ticket is 7000 IRR. There is another option which is the bus commute. For some routes, such as the West to the East and the North to the South, there is a radar bus or BRT that runs on a special route. The normal bus line connects the main city squares and runs on different streets.   Like all cities, you can also take a taxi or cycling taxi in Tehran. Of course, you should be prepared to hear expensive taxi hire and possible traffic jams. A taxi call and a taxi are also expensive alternatives. By using the Snapp or Tap30 application, you can take an online taxi.

Things to Do in Tehran

  • Royal Costume Museum

    This building belonged to Shams Pahlavi (Reza Shah`s daughter),Continue reading...
  • Green Palace Museum

    Shahvand Palace which is now called Green Palace is one of Continue reading...
  • Golestan Palace

    The oldest of the historic monuments in Tehran, the Golestan Palace Continue reading...

Popular Cafe and Restaurant in Tehran

  • SPU Restaurant

    Darakeh Square, Tehran 11369, Iran. Tel:+98 21 2241 9494
  • Divan

    Fayazi Blvd, Sam Center | 8th floor, Tehran 11369, Iran. Tel:+98 21 2265 3853
  • Alborz

    Suhrawardi Avenue North, Tehran 11369, Iran. Tel:+98 21 8853 4757
  • Shamshiri Restaurant Tehran

    Sabzeh Meydan, Tehran 11369, Iran. Tel:09121574018
  • Monsoon Lounge

    Goldan St | Afriqa Blvd, Tehran 11369, Iran. Tel:+98 21 2205 3416
  • Wooden Road Food Court

    Next To the Ab Va Atash Garden, Didar Jonoobi, Vanak, Tehran 11369, Iran
  • Kenzo Sushi

    Khodami St, Tehran 11369, Iran. Tel:+98 21 8888 8222
  • Dizi

    Iranshahr shomali, Mousa Kalantari street, n#52, Tehran 11369, Iran. Tel:+98 21 8881 0008
  • Agor Cafe

    Enghelab St., Tehran, Iran. Tel:+98 21 6670 0414
  • Cafe Society

    Vanak, Molla Sadra, North Shiraz Street, Zayandehrood Street | Park Prince, Tehran, Iran. Tel:+98 21 8861 1766

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Hejab hotel
Tehran Iran

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This three-star hotel is located in the heart of Tehran. The hotel is near the Laleh Park, one of the

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Tehran Iran

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Rudaki Hotel located in the heart of the capital, Tehran, is very convenient for access to more local commercial and

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Tooba Hotel
Tehran Iran

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Enjoy one of the most attractive and luxurious hotel in Tehran, located in the most important trade and office center

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Pass on Iran 05/24/2017 - 01/01/2020

per person€900
  • Invitation letter for Iranian visa
  • 8 nights accommodation in hotels
  • 8 days transportation across Iran
  • Experienced English speaking guide for 8 days
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • All entrance fees
  • Travel insurance

Persian Classic Road 06/10/2017 - 01/01/2020

per person€1300
  • Invitation letter for Iranian visa
  • 10 nights accommodation in hotels
  • 10 days transportation across Iran
  • Experienced English speaking guide for 10 days
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • All entrance fees
  • Travel insurance