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Information About Tehran (Iran)


Airports in Tehran (Iran)

Airport Phone Distance to the City Center Transportation
Imam Humeyni Airport
Mehrabad Airport 0 km Taxi, Bus

What You Need to Know About Tehran (Iran)

Tehran, the capital of Iran, is located in the southern part of the Alburz Mountains. Tehran literally means hot place. There are many places to visit in Tehran. First of all, Bazar-ı Bozurg, which means Big Market, is similar to the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul. The bazaar, one of the largest eastern markets, is almost like a city. The bazaar, which has many entrances, has shops selling luxury goods such as watches and jewelers at its entrance in Sabze Square. There are tradesmen's shops clustered separately on the streets of the bazaar. There are also teahouses and hookah lounges around the market.

Derbend, located at the northern tip of Tehran, is a recreation and picnic area. There are teahouses, kebab shops and restaurants on the slope of a stream coming from the mountain. The unique view of Tehran can also be seen from the cable car here. There are a total of 18 different museums in the Sa'dabad Cultural Complex and various artifacts are exhibited. Various documents and traditional handicrafts are displayed in the Ethnological Research Museum. Paintings by Iranian and foreign painters are exhibited in the Museum of Fine Arts, formerly known as the Black Palace. The Green Palace Museum has Persian carpets, foreign-made furniture, porcelain dinner sets and chandeliers. Niavaran Palace, the Statue of Freedom decorated with 2500 stones and the Throne of Nadir Shah are other beauties to be seen in Tehran.

Imam Khomeini International Airport, the largest airport in Iran, is 40 km from Tehran. is located in the south. Dozens of local and international companies from all over the world, such as Armenia Aircompany, Air France, Caspian Airlines, Etihad Airways and China Southern Airlines, organize flights to Imam Khomeini International Airport. Many Turkish airline companies, including Turkish Airlines, Onur Air, Pegasus Airlines, Atlasjet and Sun Express, operate flights to Tehran from various cities. You can find detailed information about Tehran flights on If you want to visit Tehran, which is located in the region where many civilizations were founded and attracts attention with its historical and natural beauties, you can visit and easily list the Tehran flight tickets suitable for you. Additionally, you can get technical support from oBilet in all processes related to your Tehran flight ticket and travel.

It is a large village very close to the city of Rey, the city of the Great Seljuk State.


It gained importance after the invasion of the city of Rey by the Mongols in 1220. Then it continued to grow with the people of Rey settling in Tehran. Therefore, as the capital city of Rey lost its importance, Tehran developed.

When Shah Tahmasb became the head of Iran, he surrounded Tehran with walls and had 114 towers built on these walls. When a large part of Iran was captured by Afghanistan in 1725, Tehran also came under Afghanistan's rule. Later, when Afghanistan retreated from Iran, Shah Tahmasb-II returned to Tehran.

When Aga Muhammad Shah Qajar, the founder of the Qajar Dynasty, captured Tehran, he declared Tehran as the capital in 1786. Aga Muhammad Shah Qajar, who made all his expeditions from here, also started to build Iranian palaces.

Later, in 1925, the Pahlavi Dynasty took over the administration. Major developments in terms of urbanism began to occur after this date.

Technological developments in the oil industry began after the conference meeting held in Tehran in 1943 during the Second World War, during the rule of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.

Developments began to come to a halt in Tehran during the Khomeini regime, which took over after the overthrow of the shah in 1979. Due to the internal turmoil in Iran during the Khomeini period, many projects planned for Iran and Tehran were left unfinished.

Today, Tehran is one of the important industrial centers. Tehran, an industrial region, produces half of Iran's industrial production. Some of the industrial products produced in Tehran are textiles, cement, sugar and porcelain. In addition to these products, electrical appliances and medicines are also produced. There is also an automobile assembly industry and oil refinery around Tehran. Transportation connections to Tehran and other cities of Iran are made by roads and railways. Tehran has a modern airport for airline transportation. The population of Tehran, which has increased continuously after 1925, has exceeded around 6-7 million today.