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Tajrish Bazaar

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Tajrish market is a must visit to feel the local market and local culture of Tehran. Go and buy the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
JayC3131
Colourful bazaar

Loved Tajrish bazaar, there is a beautiful mosque next door aswell which is absolutely stunning... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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| Tajrish Market, Tajrish Square, Tehran 11369, Iran
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Tajrish market is a must visit to feel the local market and local culture of Tehran. Go and buy the best quality Nuts, Fruits, Dry fruits and Saffron from the area. A stroll in the evening in this busy area is also refreshing.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Loved Tajrish bazaar, there is a beautiful mosque next door aswell which is absolutely stunning with a mirrored ceiling. Tajrish has stalls selling fruit, herbs, nuts, spices and also jewellery stores

Thank Alexandra M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It’s one the best and oldest bazaars of tehran. If you want to see the life through colors and vegetables you have to visit the place. You can find anything delicious there

Thank Ronak G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Tajrish Bazaar is a warren of alleyways filled with shops selling everything from spices, nuts, clothing, shoes, trinkets and scarves. Just get lost and you will find something to delight you. The shopkeepers are not overbearing and this makes browsing and exploring a joy. it's...More

Thank saleems954
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's a bazaar with a twist as it is as of yet not a tourist trap so enjoy strolling around without being haggled, enough said right ;) visit. Then there is also a gem on the 6th floor, It houses art studios, so you get...More

Thank justaTravelerrrr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Another great Bazar. The feeling there is something quite strange - not just being a part of the sea of humanity flowing through the corridors - but more like the traction of something in the heart of the Bazar. But the main attraction -in my...More

Thank Patrick_benichoue
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its not only a square in the noeth of city,TEHRAN. Its all about culture. see people from all over tehran ( sometimes like nowrooz, from all over IRAN ) in a religious area ( ememzadeh saleh ) market place, farmers market, snack and restaurants etc....More

Thank MEHRAN44
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Just go and try all local food, you must go with a local because once you are there English doesn't exist hehe good i went with my Iranian friend.

Thank Joel A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This Bazaar up North is very easy to get to by Metro (red line last stop) and easy to navigate. Its a small bazaar with friendly shop owners. I appreciated this little gem especially on the 18th September when the Grand bazaar had already closed...More

Thank zullli
Reviewed August 28, 2018

Special bazaar in north of Tehran, far from Tehran's traditional bazaars, full of delightful colors and tastes. Foreigners may not enjoy it as locals, but try walking through bazaar and the sidewalks third week of March (March 21st is Nowrooz, new year celebration in Iran)...More

Thank Oldooz M
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Dreamer571849
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Response from moh1358 | Reviewed this property |
Yes,fruday is popular time for Tehran restaurants. Time for lunch is open until midnight.
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