Tehran Flights GuideTehran is the capital of Iran. Majority of Iranians are Persian with tiny groups of other ethnicities such as Armenians, Azerbaijanis, Kurds, and Lurs. Some of Tehran's top attractions are the Golestan Palace, Grand Bazaar, Treasury of National Jewels, Tochal Telecabin, Azadi Tower, Iran Holy Defense Museum, and Islamic Museum. Explore along the Persian Gulf coast and even islands in the Gulf.
You can fly from Tehran to Esfahan, Yazd, Tabriz, Mashhad, Kermanshah, Rasht, and Shiraz.You can drive from Tehran to anywhere in Iran.
Tehran has mild spring and fall, hot and dry summers with relatively low humidity, and cold and wet winters due to the Alborz mountains to the north and Iran's central desert to the south. It is cooler in the hilly north than the flat south of Tehran. Winters can bring below freezing temperatures. Tehran is relatively dry with most the precipitation falling from November to April. Air pollution is at its worst during winter.The best time to visit Tehran is during No Ruz (Iranian New Year) in late March when locals head for home and Tehran is relatively calm. April and May and September to early November are also good times to visit Tehran with its mild weather.
Fly to Tehran from these popular routes with great prices.
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