Tehran Towers & Tabiat Bridge Evening Tour
Azadi Tower, Milad Tower & Tabiat Bridge Evening Tour
The Azadi Tower, Tehran’s most iconic landmark and symbol of Tehran, was built in 1971 to celebrate the 2,500 years of the Persian Empire. The name, which means Freedom Tower, was changed after the Islamic Revolution. It is formed by eight thousand white marble blocks brought from the Esfahan, area and was designed by Iranian architect Hossein Amanat, with elements of old Persian and Islamic architecture.
Tehran is a very beautiful city and the top of the Milad Tower is the best way to take advantage of Tehran’s urban planning majestic. Milad Tower is the sixth-tallest tower and the 17th tallest freestanding structure in the world. It is the symbol of the capital.
Tabiat Bridge is the largest pedestrian bridge built so far in Iran. Located in north of Tehran, it connects two public parks by spanning over Shahid Modarres, one of the major highways of the city. ‘Tabiat’ means ‘Nature’ in Persian language.
Bridge is not only a path to pass but a place to stay. There is a café-Gallery and a restaurant in the lower level of the bridge. In addition to this there are many benches and other seating areas in all levels which make it possible for the users to stay on the bridge for as long as they want to, and enjoy the scenery which they cannot see from any other place.