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What to do in Tehran when everything is closed

Created by koshkha on March 16, 2009 Best of IgoUgo

5 Stories

Our final day in Tehran was a religious holiday leaving us with a challenge to find things to do when all the obvious attractions were closed. Some of these are things that don't normally make it into the tourist guides!

Terrific Tehran (Not even a Teensy Bit Tongue in Cheek)

Created by koshkha on March 15, 2009 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

These reviews are from our visit to Iran in November 2006 and cover some of the city's biggest tourist attractions including the Tomb of Khomeini, the Martyrs Cemetery and a couple of first rate museums.

Tehran, Capital of Iran

Created by baroudeur2004 on September 24, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Visiting prestigious palaces, walking through romantic parks, and an encountering the much dreaded Guardians of the Revolution.

Life in a big city...Iranian style

Created by Esteeve on November 9, 2000

1 Review
3 Stories

Iran is a magnificent place to visit. It is full of things that contradict many of one's perceptions of its people and politics. I travelled to Iran in 1995 and visited Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz and Chaloos. As and when time permits, I will post additional entries and pictures of each.

I love Iran!

Created by walkman on July 27, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
2 Stories

Some people says that metropole of Iran, Tehran is not too nice city. I agree. Still I like it. It's quite polluted, there's not too much to do, it's overcrowded. Although I like it. I like it because of people.

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