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Tehran Bazaar

Panzdah-E-Khordad St, Tehran, Iran
+98 912 334 6008
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shoping in old market

Shopping in the old bazaar may remind you of the old Tehran, the shops are many and varied, showing... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
hussein i
Kuwait City, Kuwait
must-visit place

at this place you can figure out the predominant culture of Iraninan people through their... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Tehran, Iran
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Panzdah-E-Khordad St, Tehran, Iran
+98 912 334 6008
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Shopping in the old bazaar may remind you of the old Tehran, the shops are many and varied, showing you the old features and the right prices

Thank hussein i
Reviewed 3 days ago

at this place you can figure out the predominant culture of Iraninan people through their purchases. this place is mostly crowded but deserves to visit

Thank alexmartinon741
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

For the curious person who wants to search and adventure in a historical great place which you should be there about 4 - 5 days to see some part of this huge mall. Best restaurants with graeat foods are waiting for you...

Thank Allen S
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a really great place to see the ancient shopping place where you can buy anything you are looking for on your budget such as carpets,handicrafts, jewelry, food ,.......... There is a nice museum near and recommend you to go and take photos inside...More

Thank kiavash16
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited the bazaar early evening. A delight for the eyes and nose. Wonderful stalls full of colourful spices and aromas that you know but cant name. Everyone was friendly and made us feel welcome.

Thank Kevin O
Reviewed 1 week ago

The old city was there around tehran bazaar.The old city was there around tehran bazaar. when you walking in bazaar like walking in history .the shah mosque and imamzadeh in this bazzar .you can buy anything . eating food and surfing in bazaar.typicaly to seller...More

Thank abolfazl p
Reviewed 1 week ago

We first came here a little late when people were already packing and closing their shops, yet it was impressive. So, we returned the next day to explore the bazaar. It's like a small town inside the city with its own streets and people. Great...More

Thank Arthur M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I love going to this bazaar, it's very much alive, you can find almost anything here. You can find anything from great jewlery to household items. If you know how to bargain, then this is the place for you. It's huge so be prepared to...More

Thank Moradi10
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Literally piles of herbs, fresh apricots, strawberries, dates, nuts. And one of the cleanest food selling areas I've seen.

Thank Janet C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Grand Bazar is a very crowded bazar in the heart of Tehran. it is a traditional bazar and with an ancient structure and appearance. it is a place u can find any thing which is in Persian market list. the most interesting point for a...More

Thank SoranJourney
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Questions & AnswersAsk a question
booked at Laleh Hotel, how far to the Bazaar, please
13 March 2017|
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Response from m53_zarrin | Reviewed this property |
It's far. But there isn't a good hotel around the Bazaar. You can use a taxi or others
I was told that even as a male I should keep my arms and legs covered, but in the photo the men are seen in T-shirts. what do you recommend men to wear please?
16 October 2016|
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Response from saharesl | Reviewed this property |
It is best if you do not wear short pants, you'd be fine wearing one though! T shirts are totally normal however, shorts and a sleeveless shirt is a bit not polite to wear..
I am going to Iran in Sept with a tour. i arrive day arly and do not want to offend the dress code. Where can i buy clothes on line prior to departure
14 August 2015|
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Response from Hesam D | Reviewed this property |
Hi, You do not need to wear any special dress in Iran. You should just wear something that covers your legs, arms and hair. For example you can wear jeans (or any type of trousers), long sleeve shirt and a scarf. Iranian... More