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Valiasr Street, Tehran

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Take a stroll on Valiasr Street, the long, tree-lined road that separates Tehran's western and eastern zones. Built by Shah Reza, the street spans 19km (12 mi), and represents the city's main commercial center. Take in the busy atmosphere of the Iranian metropolis as you traverse the verdant boulevard, passing a number of parks, cafes, and restaurants, or browse its countless local and international stores. Use our Tehran tour planner to add Valiasr Street and other attractions to your Tehran vacation plans.
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  • It shouldn't be the goal of a tour but it would be great to plan a tour around it. It would give a taste of Tehran from top to bottom. Actually start from bottom, from train square and find your way u...  more »
  • It's good place for dating, and cultural studies of tabriz young people, it's modern and new coming place so you could not see any traditional things here, maybe it don't make sense for foreigners  more »
  • The famous ValiAsr Street used to be very nice & pleasant. Unfortunately after revolution, many private owners or private companies cut the trees on the sides.  more »