Tehran Shopping Tour
Price: [See below]
Duration: 1 day
Vila Street: you can buy any kind of handicrafts on Vila Street. And if you would like to buy any kind of Iranian traditional or modern handicrafts such as glass and earthen wares, wooden objects and enamel wares (Mina), you can find it here.
Tehran Bazaar: Bazaars are mazes of bustling covered alleys, with shops on the both side where people can buy and sell goods. The Tehran Bazaar is a traditional bazaar mostly for whole selling which has the elements of Iranian bazaar. The main Bazaar of Tehran was formed during the times of Fathali Shah Qajar (1797-1834 AD), and Nasir-al-Din Shah (1848-1896 AD), especially during the time Amir kabir was the prime Minister. The bazaar is much more than just a place to stock up on a few essential shopping items, it almost controls one third of the entire retail and trade sector of the country because of its importance and power of the wealthy merchants.
Tandis Shopping center: In the north of Tehran
Tajrish Square: one of the oldest squares of Tehran, the Tajrish bazaar is located besides this square. Here in this square you can see people buying things they need for their everyday life, there is almost whatever one may need; fruits, groceries, clothes, shoes, small decorative objects, etc. You can see any type of the Iranian people, with different faces and dialects from all classes of the society, rich and poor here.
Include: Hotel pick up and drop off, Professional English speaking tour guide, All transfers(Tourist Vehicle)
Time: Starts early in the morning until the evening.