This free walking tour is an opportunity to discover contemporary Tehran and the highlights of the downtown. Walking along the city’s streets built in the late 19th and early 20th century, we will not just stop by the highlights, but also explore the hidden unique places en-route. The whole journey will make us familiar with the modernization process of metropolitan Tehran.
As one of the most important streets of contemporary Tehran, Si-e Tir street is the crossroad of religions and cultures. Along the street, we can see holy constructions for different beliefs from Jews and Zoroastrians to Christians and Muslims which is a complete reflection of the peacekeeping spirit of Iranians. Also, there are different museums including the National Museum of Iran and the Glassware and Ceramics Museum.
In the late afternoon, Si-e Tir street will be the gathering place for Tehranis to taste and have street food from different food booths. Join this 20th Century free walking tour of Tehran to see the hidden gems of the downtown which are still undiscovered by many locals.
Tour duration is from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm and it takes place on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.