I’ve been travelling around Iran since 2013. My favorite places are deserts and historical sites. I'm familiar with roads and their conditions because I have driven more than 100,000 Kms by my own car. After I started to travel I found that I'm eager to change my job and being a professional tour leader and traveler. finally I established my own company "Persian walk"with on...
I’ve been travelling around Iran since 2013. My favorite places are deserts and historical sites. I'm familiar with roads and their conditions because I have driven more than 100,000 Kms by my own car. After I started to travel I found that I'm eager to change my job and being a professional tour leader and traveler. finally I established my own company "Persian walk"with one of my friends "Mersa". We run free walking tours every day in our hometown "Tehran" My lovely city, and I always try to show the hidden part of the culture, history and architecture of Iran and Tehran to the tourists and travelers.
In this free walking tour, we briefly speak about the history of Iran (Persia) from 3000 BC to present time. Then we'll discover some spectacular attractions of Tehran in new point of view. In our way we continue the tour to the modernization of Tehran. We'll walk on streets that was built in last 19th century and first of 20th. Setting out to some unique places of Tehran and being familiar with the process of modernization of Tehran, talking about latest kingdoms of Iran and the 1921 coup in Tehran.
We walk across the street that called 30 Tir Street, which cross road of religions, food and culture. This street is well known as Religious tolerance street. You will be surprised by trace of various religions in one street, which reflects the spirit peacekeeper of Iranian people.
Moreover, there are different museums located in this street, where each building has its unique story. The smell of food arising from street food booths could make your mouth watery while we are in the middle of tour.
At the end, we will visit two religious places. One of them is the only opened fire temple of Tehran with one of the holiest fire in the world and another is one the most important Armenian church.
Sightseeing in this tour:
Imam Khomeini Mosque
Bab Hmayoon Street
The first Iranian collage
Toopkhane (Imam Khomeini) Square
Former Reza shah house
Mashgh (Parade) Square
National garden gate
Glassware and Ceramic Museum of Iran
Adrian fire temple
Holy Mary church
How to reach to Golestan Palace: Take red Metro line and get off at Panzdah Khordad metro station and follow the sign to Golestan Palace, then you reach to Panzdahe Khordad Square, turn left to Davar street and you reach to Golestan Palace.
Meeting point: Open in Google Maps
How to find me: Iooking for PersianWalk sign in front of Golestan Palace Entrance
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Ehsan was a great tour very knowledgeable in his response to my questions about iranian culture, politics and history. He is sincere in ensuring that you have a good understanding of the city and ready to assist with questions you have about getting around Tehran. I would recommend Ehsan as a tour guide to whoever is keen to find out more about Tehran!
The time with Ehsan was great. He knows all the secrets and the history of Tehran
Ehsan knew how to tailor your tour depends on your needs and time constraint. I saw how he crunched the most important informations to two hours of walking tour. Either rain or shine he will make sure that you will be satisfied with the tour. Will definitely go with him upon my return in Tehran.
Great tour. Ehsan is very kind and always available to answer questions about the places visited, with great knowledge. At the end of the tour, he also presented us with a folder with practical information about Tehran.
Ehsan was very informative in a fun way, without being boring, spoke excellent english. Much insights as well on food, writing and culture. He helped me out beyond the tour. I needed cash in Rials since I arrived that night and he walked me to an exchangebureau and made it simpler by translating for me.
Others cities to visit after Tehran
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