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Cozy Privatized Dorm (10$)

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Privatized dorm bed with cabin design، separate lighting and outlet for each bed, lockers next to the bed, bathroom, free Wi-Fi, good complete breakfast.

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Private Double Room (40$)

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Private rooms with a couch, desk, shared bathroom just by the door in the dorm, free Wi-Fi, as well as a good complete breakfast.

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Private Twin Room (40$)

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Private rooms with a couch, desk, shared bathroom just by the door in the dorm, free Wi-Fi, as well as a good complete breakfast.

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3-bed private room (60$)

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3-bed private room with private bathroom and kitchen

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4-bed private room (70$)

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4-bed private room with private bathroom and kitchen

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5-bedroom apartment (80$)

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5-bedroom apartment with private bathroom and kitchen

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Places to visit in Tehran


Sa'ad Abad Palace Complex


Sa'ad Abad Palace Complex

Undoubtedly, Sa'ad Abad Complex is a shinning pearl on the historical and cultural ring of Tehran and Iran. Covering an area of 110 hectares and having a unique location in ever exhilarating foothills of Darband, Sa'ad Abad has been one of the greatest and most eye-catching sites in Tehran for tourists from foreign countries and Iranian people. It is an ever glowing spot on the northern part of the city, between Tajrish sq. and Darband sq...

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Negarestan Garden and Building


Negarestan Garden and Building

This estate was one of the ten luxuriant gardens built by order of Fath-Ali Shah Qajar. Its construction was completed in 1810 and it on remained in service as a summer resort of Qajar monarchs. The Negarestan Garden extended westward as far as Safi-Ali ' Shah Avenue and eastward as far as Darvaze-ye Shemiran.

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Residence of the Italian Ambassador


Residence of the Italian Ambassador

The Italian ambassador's residence in Farmaniyeh was built in the second half of the 19th century, during the reign of Naser-ed Din Shah Qajar.

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The Emam-e Jom'eh House


The Emam-e Jom'eh House

The Khaneh ye Emam e Jom'eh (The Friday Imam's House) is located at 37, Emam e Jom'eh Street, Nasser e Khosrow Avenue in the old Oodlajan quarter of Tehran. This elegant mid-Qajar period mansion is about one century old. It was originally built for Mirza Kazem Khan Nezam ol-Molk — the son of Mirza Aqa Khan Nuri.

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The Khanat Caravansary


The Khanat Caravansary

Another type of building that existed alongside every bazaar was the caravansary. Urban caravansaries were places for commerce, dwelling of resident merchants, visiting traders, and for storing goods. Countryside caravansaries also existed along the roads linking the country's towns and cities. They were built for the benefit of travelers and pilgrims and also served as transit platforms for caravans.

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Bagh-e Ferdows Building


Bagh-e Ferdows Building

The Bagh-e Ferdows building is one of two palaces built in the ancient district of Mohammadiyeh, the northern one having disappeared since. The original palace was built by Haji Mirza Aqasi, during the reign of Mo-hammad Shah Qajar, and abandoned after this monarch's death in 1847...

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Tabiat Bridge (Nature Bridge)


Tabiat Bridge (Nature Bridge)

Tabiat ("nature") bridge, the largest of its kind in Iran, was the first project of the architect Leila Araghian. It connects two separate parks, Ab-o-Atash and Taleghani, located on the west and east side of Modares highway...

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Golestan Palace Complex and Museums


Golestan Palace Complex and Museums

Golestan Palace and Gardens is a splendid complex housing some magnificent monuments that will take you back in time to Gajar era. This complex was constructed during the reign of King Tahmasb the first (1524-1576), a Safavid King, then renovated by Karim Khan of Zand. When Tehran was selected as the capital of the country by Mohammad Khan of Qajar, this complex turned into the central realm of Qajar where royal family dwelled. What you will visit at this era was rebuilt in 1856 ...

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Time Museum


Time Museum

Situated in Zaferanieh, this place exhibits a fascinating collection of timekeepers. There is a very beautiful garden, and you will find various colorful Iranian arts, architectures, and crafts. Ceilings are arched and embellished with beautiful oriental paintings, tile works, beautifully molded plasterworks, wood works, etc ...

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Grand Bazaar


Grand Bazaar

Situated in Arg square in southern half of Tehran, grand bazaar or Bazar Bozorg Tehran is an old historical market which is divided into many corridors, over 10 kilometers, with each corridor selling different sorts of goods. There are several entrances to this bazaar, and the major one is Sabze Meydan. There are mosques, some guest houses, banks etc ...

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Azadi Tower and Square


Azadi Tower and Square

Situated in the west of the city, Azadi tower is the monument and symbol of Tehran, the capital of Iran. In the past, it was famous as Shahyad tower ...

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National Museum of Iran


National Museum of Iran

Situated in Tehran, National Museum of Iran is an organization housing two complexes: the Museum of Ancient Iran which was started in 1937 and the Museum of Post-Islamic Era which was started in 1972. In this comlex historical monuments, ancient antiques such as some old books, metal objects, pottery vessels, textile remains and coins. There are some departments in this museum like department of Paleolithic and Osteology, and a center for Pottery Studies ...

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Mount Damavand


Mount Damavand

If you want to challenge yourself, do it with trekking the highest summit in Iran, Mount Damavand which is a volcano placed in the middle of Alborz range. This is the highest volcano in Asia as well. It is of highest significance in Persian folklore and mythology signifying resistance against dictatorship ...

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Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art


Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art

Known as TMoCA, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the biggest art museums in Iran. You can find over 3000 items, like drawings and sculptures, American and European paintings that are for 19th and 20th century, etc. It was two years prior to Islamic revolution that the queen, Farah Pahlavi, founded this museum in 1977. In this museum, you can find many valuable collections of modern great works of art which are outside North America and Europe.

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Darake


Darake

If you are planning on hiking in the heart of a mountainous nature, Darake is for you to choose. Darake is one of the oldest and most beautiful neighborhoods of Shemiranat which has linear structure alongside a river and Darake valley.

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Tochal


Tochal

As a complex consisting of high mountains and a ski resort located in the Alborz range neighboring Metropolitan Tehran in Iran, Tochal attracts a lot of people who come for recreation.

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Jamshidiye or Jamshidiye Stone Garden


Jamshidiye Stone Garden

Located below Kolakchal Mountain around Niavaran neighbourhood, Jamshideye is a park whose premises were founded by Jamshid Davallu Qajar, a Qajari prince.

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Darband


Darband

If you want to see the excellence of nature in Tehran, Persian hostel in Tehran highly recommends you to go to Darband and climb the mountain and trek to a beautiful waterfall. In the past, Darband was a village neighboring Shemiran and Tajrish. Darband bridges with Mount Tochal, which is called the roof of Tehran.

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Reza Abbasi Museum


Reza Abbasi Museum

Those who are interested in art and want to be surprised by seeing a collection of Persian arts that date back to eras before Islam, to the second millennium B.C .should go to Reza Abbasi Museum which is located on Seyed Khandan street in Tehran.

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