Tehran is the beating heart of Iran, and Haftir Square, Muftah Street, Karim Khan Zand Street, and the Iranshahr area are all significant parts of Tehran’s dynamics. One day walking in Tehran, from Iranshahr to Etemad Gallery. Due to heavy traffic, traffic restrictions, and a lack of parking, Tehran sightseeing has made it difficult for those who want to visit the area’s significant cultural centers.
Walking in the abovementioned streets, or “walking,” is one approach to this issue.
The walking tour of this neighborhood will begin at Enghelab Street St., which marks the intersection of Nejatullahi St. and Dolat Gate. It will proceed to Iranshahr Park and its surroundings.
Breakfast at Diamond Cafe will precede your walking tour at nine in the morning. From Tehranpars to Azadi line, you can take taxis with traffic plans or BRT buses; get off at Ferdowsi station on Elginab St.; then walk toward Nejatullahi St. and Falahpour St.
The very diverse menu at Diamond Cafe, which has two complete floors and a partially covered living room, will be available when you arrive in the morning.
Your route will continue from Taleghani St. to Muftah St. after leaving the Martyrs Museum. Along this route, you will pass by traditional structures like the National Bank’s headquarters in addition to seeing the former American embassy.
Your route will continue from Taleghani St. to Muftah St. after leaving the Martyrs Museum.
Along this route, you will pass by traditional structures like the National Bank’s headquarters in addition to seeing the former American embassy. You can continue Mofateh street towards Haftir and enter Shiroudi alley. At the end of this cul-de-sac, Etamad Gallery is on your right.
Etemad Gallery, which was established in 2001, is committed to showing the works of contemporary and creative artists, helping to advance them in the art fields, and also introducing the audience to different results in abstract or figurative styles. In this gallery, arts centered on the contrast between tradition and modernity, changes caused by urbanization and globalization have been displayed; And according to the needs of artists for their exhibitions, they have advanced lighting equipment and audio-visual facilities.
You can walk to Khordmand Street, Iranshahr Park, or Artists’ Garden in the afternoon after lunch. Currently, this park includes a cafeteria, skating rink, basketball hoop, table tennis court, sports facilities, playground equipment, wooden and metal sculptures created by different artists, and most significantly, Iranshahr Theater and Iranian Artists House.
We advise treating yourself to dinner at the Iranshahr Gallery Cafe or one of the park’s rooftop cafes after sightseeing and using the park’s amenities, and after recovering from a day of walking, concluding your trip with a theater performance.Tags:Artists Park, Artists' Garden, Diamond Cafe, Etemad Gallery, Haftir Square, iran attractions, Iran city tour, iran daily tour, Iran luxurious hotels, Iran private tour, iran tour, iran tour operator, Iran tour packages, Iran tours, Iran travel agency, Iranian tour operator, iranparadise, Iranshahr, Iranshahr Gallery Cafe, Iranshahr Park, Khordmand Street, landscape, Nature, Nejatullahi St., Taleghani St., Tehran, tour agency, tour operator, tour package, travel agency, travel company, travel to iran, trip to iran, درنا گشت, درناگشت, پارک هنرمندان تهران, کافه دیاموند تهران, گالری اعتماد تهران