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Welcome to the capital of Iran. Tehran, as one of the main tourist destinations in Iran, has a wealth of cultural attractions. It is home to royal complexes like Golestan which was built under the reign of the country’s last two monarchies.
Join us for Tehran Classic Day Tour to show you Tehran beyond your expectations. Explore the heart and historic core of Tehran by visiting Golestan Palace, Jewelry Museum or Carpet Museum, the National Museum, Tehran Grand Bazaar.
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A.C Minibus / Van / Private car
Use Minibus / Van / Private car depending on your group size
Vegetarian dishes are also possible upon request.
The priority in sightseeing may be changed. It is due to the time of your arrival, your guide’s discretion. Also official and unofficial holidays of some museums. Also, some activities in the itinerary may be changed depending on the weather conditions.
Jewelry Museum is closed on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and In these days, it will be replaced with Carpet Museum or Reza Abbasi Museum (impressive jewelry collection from Achaemenid and Sasanian periods and miniature collection from Safavid Era).
Tehran Grand Bazaar is closed on Fridays.
Our tour guide will meet you at the lobby of your hotel at 8:30 AM. We will start the tour at 9:00 AM. The tour gives you the opportunity to explore the famous Tehran Grand Bazaar where you will get amazing deals and stuff. From here we will go to Golestan Palace that is a few steps far from the old bazaar. This royal Qajar Palace complex is one of the oldest historic monuments in Tehran and the UNESCO World Heritage Site to visit.
Then we go to discover the eye-catching precious collection of 2500-year-old jewels from Iranian monarchies in the Iran Jewels museum.
At the end of the tour, you will learn about Iran’s rich history at the most important museum of Iran named the National Museum of Iran which is an institution formed of two complexes, including the Museum of Ancient Iran and the Museum of the Islamic Era. The first part has the most important exhibits from ancient Persepolis, Tchogha Zanbil, Susa, and many other sites. The Museum of the Islamic Era has wonderful exhibits from Abbasid, Safavid, Qajar periods.