Tehran Travel guide

 

Tehran is the political, economic and cultural capital of Iran. Hugging the lower slopes of the magnificent, snowcapped Alborz Mountains, Tehran is Iran’s most secular and liberal city. Spend time here – as you should – and you’ll soon realise that the city is so much more than a chaotic jumble of concrete and crazy traffic blanketed by a miasma of air pollution. This is the nation’s dynamic beating heart and the place to get a handle on modern Iran and what its future will likely be.

 

Golestan Palace:

The Azadi tower can be called a symbol or characteristic landmark of Tehran. It is located in the west part of the city close to Ostad Moein and Tarasht subway stations.

Milad Tower:

Milad Tower is one of the most beautiful places in Tehran. It is very famous at the height of the Tower of Tehran, whether in the night at night, the restaurants located above the beautiful tower and also the restaurant battalion are also beautiful.

Carpet Museum:

This building and its contents are unique and if one likes to pay a visit to something unique and special this is the place.

Darband:

It is a hiking place that is interesting for tourists.

The National Jewelry Treasury:

Three rounds of security to get through, no photography allowed, but hey the display of jewelry was absolutely superb. The ex-Shah’s crown, rubies, emeralds, you name it all there on display.

Niavaran Palace:

A royal palace, remembering what a country was and who the Iranian was. A mix of architecture and culture as a sample of Persians make you a good feeling.

 

Museum of Contemporary Art:

This museum of Tehran contains the contemporary arts collection of more than 3000 artistic creation from 19th and 20th century.

Tehran Grand Bazaar:

This old Bazaar is a historical marketplace in capital of Iran.

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