National Museum - National Museum (archaeological)- Treasury of National Jewels Museum (or alternatively visit Glass and Ceramic Museum)- Milad Tower- Tabiat Bridge (nature bridge)- Darband valley- Tochal summit- Shirpala hut- Saad Abad palace - Tajrish bazar - Carpet museum
Arrival (Imam Khomeini International Airport)
(UNESCO WHS) Golestan Palace
National Museum (archaeological)
Treasury of National Jewels Museum (or alternatively visit Glass and Ceramic Museum
Tabiat Bridge (nature bridge)
Arriving in Tehran in the morning. Nadiatrip’s tour director welcomes you at Imam Khomeini International Airport.
Today, we have a great and very complete itinerary to know about capital city. First we drive to city center, we will visit (UNESCO WHS) Golestan Palace, the first royal building in the capital city Tehran. This palace is a masterpiece of the Qajar era, embodying the successful integration of earlier Persian crafts and architecture with western influences. palace is one of the oldest groups of buildings in Tehran, become the seat of government of Qajar family, which came into power in 1779 and made Tehran the capital of the country.
National Museum (archaeological), the largest museum in the country. We are walking along the ancient Persian history.
enjoy by visiting Treasury of National Jewels Museum. (or alternatively visit Glass and Ceramic Museum) Here is the most dazzling collection of gemstones and jewelry, which are very famous in the world.
The National Jewelry Treasury is housed within the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, at the heart of the City of Tehran. It is Open during Saturday to Tuesday, 14.00 - 16.30.
Closed on Wednesdays, weekends and Public and Bank Holidays.
The Glass & Ceramics Museum is, like many of other exhibitions, small but perfectly formed. The galleries walk you chronologically through the ages, with detailed.
This museum is dedicated to history of glass and ceramic in Iran. You can see glass made objects and ceramics since 2000 B.C. to 1900 A.C. It is really unique.
Milad Tower, is a multi-purpose tower in Tehran. It is the sixth-tallest tower .it is the new symbol of modern Tehran.it helps you to have total viewpoint about the whole city and its vast area.
Then walking through The Tabi'at Bridge (nature bridge) which is the largest pedestrian overpass in Tehran. The 270-metre bridge connects two public parks.
Darband valley (mountain climbing)
Note: one extra day can be added for acclimatization.
O/N Shirpala hut
Prepare yourself for a perfect day by mountain climbing. Early morning transfers to Darband valley in northern part of Tehran.
Trekking to Shirpala hut at the foot of Tochal summit .it takes approximately 3 hours trekking in a very beautiful valley. after getting the Shirpala hut, you can move up the mountain and walk around to intent acclimatization.
Note: one extra day can be added for acclimatization in case of inquiry in advance before departure.
O/N Shirpala hut
Tochal sky line
Transfer to your hotel
Early morning summiting Mount Tochal. It takes about 4 hours for trekking. there are Two ways for returning; the same as ascent, or descending from the station 7 to the station 5-2-1 and arriving in Velenjak area (4-5 hours). Alternatively, by cable car from station 7. Transfer to your hotel in Tehran.
Tochal is very special and exclusive place to meet Iranian real life. There is very famous health road to move up the mountain and see the Tehran sky line at the top, chat with original Tehran’s people.
Tochal is the closest peak to Tehran which has always attracted many athletes, mountain-climbers, tourists, and even politicians. it is also one of the most famous ski resorts in both Iran and the entire Middle East with a history of having hosted a number of international snowboarding competitions.
Saad Abad palace
Tajrish Bazar, in Tajrish square
Departure (Imam Khomeini International Airport)
In the morning, we visit Saad Abad palace in the Northern part of Tehran. This palace has a unique garden and 18 palaces dating back to 19th century where once been Summer houses of Qajar and Pahlavi kings.
Tajrish Bazar, in Tajrish square in the northern part of Tehran. it comes to classic Iranian shopping experiences, Tajrish bazar including food market, green groceries, different bakeries and tasting many Iranian pickles and variety of nuts (such as pistachio), dates and Iranian pastries, a few fresh Culinary Essentials and spices (such as saffron) and tea, unique to this part of the world. browsing the food stalls at this photogenic bazar in upmarket Tajrish pretty much nails it.
Next stop in city center is Carpet museum, which has some of the most beautiful and world famous fine Hand-weaved Persian Carpets.
transfer to Imam Khomeini Airport for the flight back home with a full pack of unforgettable moments and marvelous photos to share with your family and friends.
. Visa fee must be paid by the passengers to the consular section of Iranian embassy upon receiving their visa.
. The passengers must indicate the city in which they like to get their visa (where there is an Iranian embassy consular section) upon purchasing the tour.
. Any other service(s) not specified in “Services Included” section of this proposal.
. Hotels can be changed based on clients’ request or unavailability. Rates may change according to room categories/hotels changes.
. Above mentioned durations are based on Iranian calendar.
. Working days in Iran are Saturday – Wednesday. Thursdays are half day however many offices are closed on Thursdays.
. The National Jewelry Museum is open on Saturdays to Tuesdays, if the program in Tehran is not match the days; we will visit Reza Abbasi Museum instead.
• 2 months before the day of the tour no cancellation fee
• 1 month before the day of the tour 10 % cancellation fee
• 20 days before the day of the tour 30 % cancellation fee
• 1 week before the day of the tour 50 % cancellation fee
• 48 hours or no attendance in the tour no amount of the booking price will be refunded.