3 Days 2 Nights
If you are interested in observing the beating heart of Iran’s metropolitan capital beyond its tall towers, huge concrete structures, and heavy traffic. From this perspective, Tehran city tours give the opportunity to experience the Tehran local lifestyle, besides visiting the main attractions of the city.
Niavaran Palace was constructed in the middle of the 20th century as the residence of the last dynasties in Iran. The original purpose of building the main palace was to host royal gatherings. There are different buildings in the complex such as, Sahebgharani Palace, Ahmad Shad Palace and Jahan Nama that is an art collection museum includes some of the masterpieces of Iranian and non-Iranian artists including Sohrab Sepehri, Naser Owesi, Faramarz Pilaram, George Brack, Pablo Picasso, Paul Gogen, Paul Klee, and Marc Chagall.
Then we will go to Darband mountainous recreational site where you can go hiking and have food in one of the restaurants in that area.
Afterward, we head to Sa'dabad complex located near Darband and contains 18 palaces belong to the Royal families of Qajar and Pahlavi Dynasties. The main buildings are Green Palace, White Palace, and Farshchian museum that presents the precious collection of Persian paintings.
Start our tour to visit Tehran Grand Bazaar to exploring this old, live market place where you can get wonderful deals and stuff like Persian rugs. Afterward, we visit Golestan Palace Museums the UNESCO world heritage site that consists of royal edifices, gardens, and collections of Iranian crafts.
National Museum of Tehran is our next must-visit attraction where we can be familiar with Iranian old culture and history.
Then we will go to the National Jewelry Museum of Iran (the museum is open from Saturday till Tuesday, 2 pm - 4:30 pm. For our last attraction, we visit Sardar-e Baghe Meli that was the symbol of Tehran before Azadi Tower.
After breakfast, we will go to visit the Glassware and Ceramic Museum of Iran (Abgineh Museum) where you can see precious ceramic and glass works. Carpet Museum is our next destination, a place full of incredible Persian rugs. today we also visit Moghadam Museum that is a traditional cozy house. Then we head to Modern Parts of the city, to visit one of the modern symbols of this populous metropolitan, Tabiat Bridge. This bridge connects Abo Atash and Taleghani parks. You will see a great view of this bridge. During the afternoon, we have got plenty of time to explore modern malls such as Palladium and enjoy the nightlife in Tehran. There are several stylish cafes in the north part of Tehran where you can meet locals.