Embracing Tehran’s Ancient Elegance in a 2 Days Tour.

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Tehran Province, Tehran, Mokhberi Avenue, Royal palace, Iran
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2 Day

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

10 people


German, Japanese, Spanish

About this tour


  • Nestled amidst the cradle of Persia's timeless grandeur, where the whispers of history echo through the labyrinthine streets, Tehran beckons to the intrepid traveler. This two-day sojourn is a journey through the annals of a city that defies the constraints of time, where ancient palaces and bazaars coalesce with modern marvels, painting an exquisite portrait of contrasts and continuity.


  • In our tour packages, several common included services are typically provided to enhance the overall experience and convenience for travelers. These services can vary depending on the type and price of the tour, but here are some common inclusions:
  • 1- Guide
  • 2- Transfers
  • 3- Itinerary
  • These exclusions may vary depending on the travel plans and the specific package, but here are some items/services that are frequently not included unless requested:
  • 1- International Flights.
  • 2- Travel Insurance.
  • 3- Meals
  • 4- Personal Expenses


Day 1: Historical and Cultural Exploration


  • Breakfast at Hotel: Start your day with a traditional Iranian breakfast at your hotel or a local cafe.

  • Golestan Palace: Begin your exploration at the Golestan Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This historic palace complex showcases Persian architecture, beautiful gardens, and various museums.

Late Morning:

  • Tehran Grand Bazaar: Head to the nearby Grand Bazaar, one of the oldest and largest bazaars in the Middle East. Explore the bustling market, shop for souvenirs, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere.


  • Moslem Restaurant: Enjoy a traditional Iranian lunch at Moslem Restaurant, known for its delicious kebabs and other Persian dishes.


  • National Museum of Iran: Visit the National Museum of Iran, which houses an extensive collection of archaeological artifacts, including items from ancient Persia.

  • Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art: If you're interested in modern art, don't miss the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, home to an impressive collection of both Iranian and international contemporary art.


  • Azadi Tower: Take a stroll to the Azadi Tower (Freedom Tower), an iconic symbol of Tehran. It's especially beautiful when illuminated in the evening.

  • Dinner: Have dinner at a local restaurant or return to your hotel to relax and dine there.

Day 2: Historical and Natural Wonders


  • Breakfast at Hotel: Begin your second day with another Iranian breakfast to energize yourself for the day ahead.

  • Niavaran Palace Complex: Visit the Niavaran Palace Complex, another historic site with several palaces, museums, and beautiful gardens. Explore the Sahebqaranieh Palace, where the last Shah of Iran resided.

Late Morning:

  • Tajrish Bazaar: Head to the Tajrish Bazaar, a bustling market known for its fresh produce, spices, and local products. You can also explore the nearby Imamzadeh Saleh Shrine, a religious and architectural marvel.


  • Darband: Enjoy a traditional Persian lunch at Darband, a picturesque mountain village just north of Tehran. You can hike along the trails or relax by the river while dining in one of the many restaurants.


  • Tochal Telecabin: Take the Tochal Telecabin to the Tochal Mountain. Enjoy panoramic views of Tehran and the Alborz Mountains. Depending on the season, you can go hiking or skiing in this area.


  • Milad Tower: Visit the Milad Tower, one of the tallest towers in the world. You can enjoy dinner at the revolving restaurant or simply admire the city views from the observation deck.

  • Tehran at Night: Explore Tehran's vibrant nightlife scene by visiting a traditional teahouse or café, or attending a live music performance, if available.

This 2-day itinerary provides a comprehensive overview of Tehran's historical, cultural, and natural attractions. Keep in mind that Tehran has much more to offer, so feel free to adjust the itinerary based on your interests and the opening hours of the sites. Additionally, be mindful of local customs and dress modestly when visiting religious sites.



Frequently asked questions

  • Visas and Entry:
    • Do I need a visa? Most nationalities require a pre-arranged visa. Check with your embassy/consulate and tour operator for current requirements.
    • What if I have a US/UK/Canadian passport? You'll likely need a separate "guide visa" alongside your regular visa. Discuss with your tour operator.
    • Can I extend my visa in Iran? Extensions are sometimes possible. Inform the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before your trip for a smooth process.
  • Vaccinations and Health:
    • Consult your doctor! Recommended vaccinations include Hepatitis A & B, Rabies (if venturing outside Tehran), and Typhoid. Pack essential medications and prescriptions.
    • What travel insurance do I need? Choose a comprehensive plan covering medical emergencies, trip cancellation, and baggage loss.
  • Planning and Preparation:
    • Best time to visit: Spring (March-May) boasts pleasant weather and vibrant festivals. Autumn (September-November) offers comfortable temperatures and fewer crowds.
    • What to pack? Pack loose-fitting, modest clothing. Women: headscarves, long pants/skirts, long-sleeved shirts. Men: avoid shorts and sleeveless shirts. Comfortable shoes are essential.
    • Learn some Farsi! Basic greetings and phrases go a long way. Download translation apps for offline use.
  • Money Matters:
    • Currency exchange: While ATMs are available, carry Euros or USD for easier exchange at licensed moneychangers. Consider smaller denominations for everyday purchases.
    • Credit cards: Western credit cards are not widely accepted. Pre-pay for larger expenses and rely on cash for smaller transactions.
    • Tipping: Not customary, but small gestures for exceptional service are appreciated. Round up taxi fares or leave a few thousand Rials at restaurants.

  • Visas and Permits:
    • Do I need any internal permits? Some tours may require additional permits for specific activities like trekking or visiting certain areas. Confirm with your tour operator.
    • Register with your embassy/consulate: It's recommended to register your travel plans for safety and support.
  • Exploring Tehran:
    • Must-see landmarks: Immerse yourself in history at the Golestan Palace and National Museum, marvel at the Azadi Tower and Milad Tower, and wander through the vibrant Grand Bazaar. Don't miss the Carpet Museum for a touch of luxury.
    • Off-the-beaten-path experiences: Sip fragrant chai at local teahouses, discover art galleries in Darband,or visit Tajrish Bazaar for authentic souvenirs and bustling energy.
    • Day trips: Discover the ruins of Persepolis or Pasargadae, delve into the historical city of Qom, or escape to the scenic Shimshak ski resort for outdoor adventures.
  • Cultural Nuances:
    • Language: English is understood in tourist areas, but basic Farsi phrases earn respect and open doors.Learn to politely decline offerings to avoid causing offense.
    • Public transportation: Tehran's metro is safe, but consider daylight travel for added comfort. Opt for private taxis/ride-sharing apps if venturing alone at night.
    • Cultural etiquette: Public displays of affection are frowned upon. Pointing with your index finger is considered rude. Respect local customs and dress modestly.
  • Safety and Security:
    • Tehran is a safe city, but exercise common travel sense. Be vigilant in crowded areas and keep valuables secure.
    • Emergency numbers: Police: 110, Ambulance: 115, Fire: 125. Save these numbers on your phone.
    • Travel insurance: Ensure your plan covers medical emergencies, lost/stolen passports, and flight cancellations.

  • Visas and Extensions:
    • Returning home: Double-check departure procedures and visa validity. Obtain an exit visa if extending your stay beyond the initial entry permit.
  • Sharing Your Experience:
    • Spread the word! Share your Tehran adventure with friends and family. Encourage responsible tourism and cultural appreciation.
    • Leave a review: Feedback for your tour operator helps them improve future experiences.
  • Planning Your Next Adventure:
    • Iran has so much to offer! Consider exploring other captivating cities like Shiraz, Yazd, or Isfahan on your next trip.
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Tehran Province, Tehran, Mokhberi Avenue, Royal palace, Iran


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