Places to Visit in Tehran
If you want to visit Tehran and thinking about having some sightseeing for couple of days, well we hate to break it for you, but you cannot do that! It is because Tehran has so many places (traditional Bazaars, palaces, nature, towers, bridges) to visit and to cover them all you are going to need more than just couple of days, so here we have collected some the must see places that you cannot miss when you come to Tehran. If you are planning to travel to Iran, you can get Iran tour packages price from us. We provide the best tailored and customized Iran ski tour.
Golestan palace dates back to 440 years ago and is registered as a national heritage in UNESCO. This amazing palace`s constructure was started during Safavid dynasty and was completed in Qajar dynasty and also its architecture was inspired by Zand dynasty. Moreover, in some sections you can see European architecture that you cannot get your eyes off them.
Visiting hours are from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saadabad Historical Complex
Saadabad palace is located in one the best areas with delightful weather in Shemiranat, Tehran. This gigantic palace (the field in which the palace is built is 300 hectare) was constructed during Qajar dynasty and some sections during Pahlavi dynasty. When walking through the palace you will be amazed by its magnificent European and Iranian architecture. This palace with being a home to 2 famous statues (Reza Shah and Arash the archer) is one the most visited palaces in Iran.
Visiting hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This tower is half a century old and is the main symbol of Iran and Tehran with its amazing architecture. Azadi tower is 45 meter high with 4 floors, 2nd and 3rd floor are great for enjoying its interior design and on 4th floor with its hexagon windows you can have an awesome view of Tehran.
Visiting hours for inside the tower is from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Compared to other monuments this bridge is quite new and has modern architecture. This bridge links Abo Atash Park and Taleghani Park and via this bridge pedestrians can commute between two parks. This bridge is not just a dull bridge for trespassing! First of all it has an amazing view to the city and the parks around it and also it has restaurants and cafes to have a coffee and enjoy the view. Tabiat Bridge is 300 meter long and 40 meters high. The bridge was completed in 2014 and the architecture of this fabulous bridge is Leila Araghi. Tabiat Bridge has 3 floors, first floor is the one with restaurants and cafes with glass walls, and the second floor is for commuting between the two parks and the third and the best floor with great view is perfect place for doing some photography and for seeing Tehran from a different view!
The design of the bridge is inspired by Khajoo Bridge in Isfahan and the pillars of Tabiat Bridge looks like trees.
For visiting this bridge you can go to either Abo Atah or Taleghani Park from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m.