The peak time to travel to Tehran is during the spring season, from March to May. It is mild and sunny at about 55-77 deg F, and the city is soaked the festivities of Norooz (Persian New Year) and Republic Day. It would be advisable to book your tickets early to avoid last minute rush and inflated prices. If you’re looking for budget holidays, you can visit here during the winters in November to February. It would be colder and rainier at 43-47 deg F with occasional snowfall, but you can make up for this new experience by heavy discounts in flights and hotels.
The city is served by Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport. It is owned by Iran Airports Company Operator and is operated by Iran Civil Aviation Organization. This airport is the focus city for Iran Air, Iran Aseman Airlines, Mahan Air, Meraj Airlines, Qeshm Air, Taban Air and Zagros Airlines. Currently it is serving 49 passenger airlines, 7 charter airlines and 6 cargo airlines for 850 weekly flights in over 40 countries and territories. The most prominent international destinations of these include Moscow, Abu Dhabi, Paris, London and Vienna among others. Airlines offering scheduled, seasonal and charter flights here include Iran Air, Meraj Airlines, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa and a lot more. Places of Interest in Tehran
Tehran is the capital of Iran and Tehran Province. It is the second-most populous city in Western Asia and the third-largest metropolitan area in the Middle East. This city is the historical, administrative and commercial epicentre in the Islamic nation. It was the seat of last two Irani imperial dynasties and consequently has some magnificent royal palaces to its credit. Also of note is the stunning line-up of country's most significant governmental buildings, over 50 museums, more than 100 art galleries, murals, botanical gardens, hiking trails, snow skiing and snowboarding sites and the traditional markets.Treasury of the National Jewels
The Treasury of the National Jewels is the world’s largest collection of jewels. It is centrally known for its Iranian crown jewels that and they are so valuable that they act as a reserve of Iranian currency. Other stellar attractions here are the historic Kuh-e-Noor diamond, its sister diamond Darya-e-Noor diamond (world’s largest uncut ruby), a golden globe (made from 34 kilograms of gold and 51366 precious stones) and the Peacock Throne.Golestan Palace (Rose Garden Palace)
Golestan Palace is the oldest historic monument in Tehran. It consists of 17 palaces, gardens, museums, grand halls and a superb collection of 300 year old Iranian and European. Its centrepiece is a line-up of thirty showcases depicting Irani history and some beautiful halls like the Mirror Hall, Diamond Hall, Marble Throne and the Pond House.Milad Tower
Milad Tower is the world’s sixth-tallest tower and the 17th-tallest freestanding structure in the world. It stands at 435 metres and contains a rotating hotel (at 390 metres), a world trade centre and an IT park. This iconic tower is a part of a complex called International Trade and Convention Centre of Tehran. Also of note here are seven conference rooms, an exhibition space, a lobby, a training room, a radio and television studio and reception services.