4 days 3 nights
Tehran is a modern city, with great museums, astonishing parks, international and local restaurants, traditional and western style cafes and friendly residents.
Hyrcanian Forest that is located in the north of Iran is not far from Tehran. The forest has been added to UNESCO Heritage Site list in July 2019.
Start our tour in the morning we head to Tochal recreational site where you can do hiking, trekking and enjoy the panoramic view of Iran capital. Afterward, we drive to Zaman Museum (Museum of Time) located in a gorgeous garden to visit antique objects such as clocks & watches. Our next destination is Niavaran Palace that was constructed in the middle of the 20th century as the residence of the last dynasties in Iran including several palaces. Tabiaat Bridge (Nature Bridge) a symbol of modern architecture. This is the biggest overpass constructed for connecting two public parks of Taleghni and Ab-o Atash. You can take marvelous photos of the wonderful nature around the bridge.
Today we will go to Hyrcanian forest (Caspian forest) that has been added to the UNESCO heritage list recently. After breakfast we head to Savad Kuh region that contains a part of Hyrcanian forest via Firuzkuh Road, we can enjoy hiking and trekking in the jungle and enjoy the scenic scene.
Another day ecotour in the Pristine Hyrcanian forest in Savad Kuh. Drive back to Tehran
Start our tour to visit Tehran Grand Bazaar to exploring this old, live marketplace 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 visit the Glassware and Ceramic Museum of Iran (Abgineh Museum) where you can see precious ceramic and glass works.