Tehran is the capital of Iran and Tehran Province. With a population of around 9 million in the city and 16 million in the wider metropolitan area and a total area of 18909 square kilometers area and 2.1% in Iran . Tehran is Iran’s administrative, economic, and cultural center as well as the major industrial and transportation center of the region. The climate has marked seasonal contrasts, with short springs and autumns separating cold winters and hot dry summers. Tehran which is situated at the foot of the towering Alborz mountain range is a cosmopolitan city, with great museums, parks, restaurants and warm friendly people.

Azadi Tower:
The Azadi Tower formerly known as the “Shahyad Tower” or “freedom” Tower is a monument located at Azadi Square, in Tehran. It is one of the symbols of Tehran, and marks the west entrance to the city…      Read more

Milad Tower:
Milad Tower also known as the Tehran Tower is a multi-purpose tower in Tehran. It is the Sixth tallest tower and the 17th tallest freestanding structure in the world Completed in 2007 …      Read more

Golestan palace:
The Golestan Palace literally the flower land Palace is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran’s capital city. It is also one of the oldest historic monuments in Tehran, and of world heritage status …    Read more

Saad Abad Palace:
The last Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, was often accused of being out of touch and extremely distant from his people. This palatial complex of 18 buildings that was built by his father, Reza Shah …     Read more

Niavaran Palace:
The Niavaran Complex is a historical complex situated in Shemiran area. It consists of several buildings and monuments built in Qajar and Pahlavi eras…      Read more

National Museum of Iran:
The National Museum of Iran is the country’s prime archaeological and historical museum. Designed and later curated by French archaeologist and architect André Godard…     Read more

National Jewels Museum:
This is one of the museums that really lives up to the hype. Inside, one will find some of the most exquisite and expensive jewels mostly from the Safavid…     Read more

Moghadam House:
This house once belonged to Mohsen Moghadam, the youngest son of Ehtesab-ol-Molk, Tehran’s mayor during Naser-ol-din Shah’s rule…     Read more

Abgineh Museum (Glassware & Ceramic Museum):
The beautiful building of the Museum of Glassware & Ceramic is the mansion housing glass wares and ceramics that was originally ordered to be built as the personal residence of a politician…      Read more