Free walking tour in old Tehran

Join free walking tour and be amazed with enchanted oriental life style. Do not forget your comfortable shoes and big smile:).

In this free walking tour, we briefly cover the history of Iran from 3000 BC to present time. (We promise, it is not boring and takes less than 7 minutes) and introduce the influence of Islam on Iranian life style. We will explore different elements of an old Islamic-Iranian city structure in one of the old neighborhood of Tehran. More detail, we talk about exclusive Iranian Calendar, National and Religious festivals and so much information about life style. We promise you by new insight information of this tour, you will visit the other sightseeing of other cities in Iran with new mindset and have a better understanding of an enchanted oriental country.

Some sightseeing in this tours:

Golestan Palace
Grand Bazaar
Imam Khomeini Mosque
Jewish Quarter
Synagogue
Shams-ol-emareh
Water reservoir
The first bank of Iran
Imamzade Yahya Shrine
Kazemi Mansion
Time: Sat, Mon, Wed at 9:30 am

Duration: about 3 hours

Meeting point: In front of Golestan Palace Entrance

How to reach to Golestan Palace: Take red Metro line and get off at Panzdah khordad metro station and follow the sign to Golestan Palace.

Dress code: we will walk through Bazaar and old neighborhood, which are conservative and traditional environment. We would like to ask you as a respect to their lifestyle, women would choose a dress with a knee-height outfit and do not forget your comfortable shoes and a big smile on your face.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmmYhs-NZgE

Instructions to find your guide: Find your smiling guide with Persian Walk sign
Day and Time of departure: Mon, Wed, Sat at 9:30 am
Category: Historical
Duration hr: 3
Highlights: Grand Bazaar, Imam Khomeini Mosque, Jewish Quarter and Kazemi Mansion
Language: English
Time of experience : Day

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