Exploring Tehran – Top Things to do & Tips (Inside Iran, Episode 01)
In the first episode we explore Tehran and show you the best things to do in Tehran on and off the tourist path paired with food recommendations and tips how to get around.
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As for many tourist visiting Iran, the capital Tehran has been our first stop and introduction to the country. We used our time in the city to explore the best things to do in Tehran by focussing on attractions and spots that are interesting for younger travelers paired with important historic landmarks.
Beside typical tourist attractions we wanted to see what the real Iran is like and reached out to local friends for further recommendations. This way we got to go to places locals use to hangout, have a coffee or simply relax from the hustling and bustling city center. We used various local transport options and explain how you can get around on the cheap. Last but not least we give a few recommendations for typical persian dishes you should try when visiting.
This part of the trip was executed within 1,5 weeks – following I list all the places I visited & Things to do in Tehran:
– Azadi Tower
– Golestan Palace
– Ivan Cafe, Sam Cafe, Reera Cafe, Saboos Cafe
– Sofre Kuhne (Ferdowsi Sq.))
– Tochal & Bam e Tehran
– Grand Bazaar & Tajrish Bazaar
– Former US Embassy Tehran & Den of Espionage
– Honarmandan Park
– Sa’dabad Complex
– Milad Tower
– Negarestan Garden
– Masoudiyeh Palace
– National Garden
– Moghadam Museum
This video is part of „Inside Iran“ – a documentary series introducing you to popular and unknown sights / things to do in Iran as well as the Persian cuisine and the super friendly locals we met on our trip from Tehran to Isfahan, Shiraz and Yazd. With this series I want to create a better understanding of the country and it’s people without focussing on politics or religion.
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