Tehran: Discover all that Iran's capital city has to offer Between the northern Alborz Mountains and Iran's central desert lies the cosmopolitan city of Tehran, the country's largest with 14 million residents. Tehran was first settled over 7,000 years ago, evolving from the strategically important town of Rey into the booming, modern metropolis first envisioned by Reza Shah Pahlavi in the 1920s. Visits to the National Museum of Iran, Rez Abassi Museum and opulent Golestan Palace complex are essential for tourists eager to admire the range of Persian artistry and culture. The Treasury of National Jewels sparkles with displays of astounding mineralogical treasures. For gems and other finds you can bring home, Tehran offers shopping options from the legendary and labyrinthine Grand Bazaar, in existence for over 1000 years, to modern retail destinations like Milad-e Nour Shopping Center, Palladium Mall and Zafaranieh Plaza. Tehran also boasts Iran's best skiing and hiking: the gondola lift at the Tochal Sport and Recreational Complex carries visitors to the 4000 m high peak of Mount Tochal, where the superb views and snow conditions make for an unforgettable experience.

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41.89 k.m from the city centre

Our friendly reception team greets guests 24 hours a day in an ideal location connected to the airport's main terminal. Downtown Tehran is a 45-minute...

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