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Milad Tower, Tehran

Categories: Observation Decks, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
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 far. It's not cheap but it entertained a whole morning. The views are good. On the ground floor there are fast food restaurants. You can opt for various types of tickets, pay only climb to the lookout. The two upper floors are not worth
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  • Torre quite similar to other towers of this size. In the lower part shops, malls and restaurants and then by elevator to the top. There he turns around outside and then inside, some typical small shops of various objects and not. If we are not the most original tower in the world, but also Tehran has the right to have it.
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  • there is some exibition nice tower great engeenaring.this is in the northen of tehran ithink there is a lot ancient building actually this is not the ancient one but this is a new tower in tehran some...  read more »
  • The tower offers fantastic 360 degree views of Teheran. The view is especially magnificent at sunset when you can watch the sun set behind Alborz mountains directly above the city. With just 4$ entry fee, this is the most accessible and just as impressive TV tower in the world!
  • The 6th highest communication tower in the world. Good place to prospect the majestic scenary of Tehran at the top point of view.
  • The diamond of tehran I love milad and milad's lights in the night
  • Cool place to visit specially on a clear day or night. The museum has cool old documents on display. Food court and shopping centers are ok but the garden and park surrounding the monument are worth spending some time with.
  • Well worth the admission fee. Fancy restaurant on higher levels. Oh and taxis are extremely cheap in Iran, so although public transportation would eventually get you here a cab ride might prove to be the most convenient form of transportation to Milad Tower (or for that matter, since it is cheap, I would take taxi going almost anywhere while in Iran if it means convenience and could help save time, while time saving is not always the case with taking a taxi compared to taking the metro and public transportation). Taxis are usually shared in Iran but if you want to hire them privately just say "darbast" and you will have a taxi all for your own. It should not cost more than $5-10USD to go anywhere within Tehran and even cheaper in other cities. From IKA airport most taxis are private and should cost around $10-15 since it is located at a distance from the town main attractions, and a tip to the hard working driver would always be nice for this longer drive. The tower itself costs around $8-10 depending on the kind of ticket you purchase.
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