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Milad Tower, Tehran

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Observation Deck Tourist Spot
Rising high above Tehran's urban landscape, Milad Tower provides panoramic views of the city. Featuring a revolving restaurant and observation deck, the tower opened in 2009, fast becoming an iconic structure on the city's skyline. Take the elevator to the top floors, where you can grab a bite to eat some 300 m (984 ft) above ground, or stop at the public art gallery surrounded by sprawling vistas of Tehran. With a total height of 435 m (1,427 ft), this structure remains one of the tallest tower in the world. Work out when and for how long to visit Milad Tower and other Tehran attractions using our handy Tehran travel itinerary planner.
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  • It is a sky building in Japan. On the way there I will not go to the observation deck at the top of (and may even though about 300 M height) of was eating in a restaurant (buffet style). Notable restaurants around. So much food, but decent.
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  • The Milad Tower is the tallest one in Tehran. A modern entrance, fast lifts and an amazing 360○ view of the city from the top. Furthermore, we can visit a gallery of the most important Iranian persons...  more »
  • To access the last link with the glass barrier in 360 ^ I was scratched about twenty euro. Tehran view from above is abominable. Smog as in China and high rises that ape Lonera. I was in Tehran 10 days as a speak. Go into Iran but executives immediately in Shiraz, Persepolis which they called Takht-e-Jimshad, Pasargad, Shush, Kermanshā, and other small towns where it remained still something that dates back to Ciro Achaemenid Darius and others. What did not destroy Alexander the great we thought after the Ottomans and other Muslims in General. In Tehran and Isfahan are enough 2 days each. Don't bother!
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  • Very nice complex including an exhibition Hall a series of auditorium and the tower. Nice garden with lots of roses and pretty network of water channels and fountains. Nice view of the snow capped mountain in the background. We went for a concert of classical Italian music that was very good, then to the rotating restaurant that has a nice buffet and a great view of the city! My wife's attire was not up to norms (it was very hot) but they kindly let her thru. Friendly people everywhere!
  • Landmark tower in Tehran Located in the centre of Tehran city Probably one of the must go when visiting. It's the landmark you could see from most part of the city Great view to see the entire Tehran! You can choose to dine at the rotating restaurant up, enjoy the buffet dinner plus the view, nice combination, just it's much more costlier Food is great though.
  • A bit overrated. View is nice but not that good. Little information about construction or Tehran...
  • A nonsense place! The terrible management, They treated people like they were potatoe sacks!! Absolutely shameful for a sight where is claimed to be the symbolic monument of the capital city of Tehran!!!
  • Perfect place to look at the city from the high. Has cosy cafés and also exhibitions inside.

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