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About Persian Walk
We offer two different "free walking tour" in two unique paths, in Tehran. First of all you could discover old quarters in "Old Tehran" Tour and second you can visit lots of hidden attractions of 19th and 20th centuries in "Tehran in 20th century" tour. We also perform two paid tours as well. 1-Walking tour in Tajrish (once upon a time in Tajrish), north neighborhood of Tehran, this tour, in the evening is one the best paid tours which show you not only the attractions of Tajrish but also offers you testing Iranian sweets and pickles. Lots of surprises are waiting for you. 2-"Revolution on Train" Tour, hop on Metro with our storytellers and get the insight information about Iran during Islamic Revolution and then visiting some museums that represent you Iran's history in last 40 years.
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Augustin B wrote a review Mar 2020
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Truly dedicated guides that are trying your best to show you everything about Tehran, or at least a maximum. I did two kinds of free walking tours, both were excellent and the staff is super nice !
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Top K wrote a review Mar 2020
Daejeon, South Korea20 contributions6 helpful votes
My first trip in Iran overall and I have to say, this was definitely worth it. Ehsan and the other members of Persian Walk not only made sure my stay in Iran was safe and good while I was with them, but also when I was travelling elsewhere. For sure, professionals. Even while I was stuck in Iran due to the virus situation and with a medical complication to boot, they did their best to get me back home safely. I will be back to Iran when things are better; and advise everyone else to experience this. Korean: 아주 크게 추천합니다. 에산씨랑 페르시아워크의 다른 스태프 분들 너무 친절하고, 투어 외에 이란에 거주하는 동안 안전하고 재미있는 여행을 경험할수 있게했습니다. 바이러스 사태때문에 비행기표가 취소되고 식중독이 걸려도 약과 다른 티켓들을 받을수 있게 끊임없이 노력해줬습니다. 더 긴말 필요없고 이란에 가시면 페르시아워크를 경험하세요!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Leah G wrote a review Jan 2020
Cesme, Turkey6 contributions1 helpful vote
I had a great morning with Mersa! She explained me a lot about the Iranian history and she could answer seriously all my questions. Really nice experience for the first days of your travel to get to know a country in a different way than by a book or internet.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Irennita wrote a review Jan 2020
Madrid, Madrid, Spain9 contributions3 helpful votes
We were very lucky to join Mersa’s free walking tour in our second day in Iran. Mersa is, besides a very knowledgeable guide, very passionate about her job. And that makes a difference. She enjoys talking about Persian culture. Also, she gave us a few recommendations for our following days in Iran that we were very happy to follow and were key to have a great experience in this amazing country. She was patient enough to wait for us for 30 minutes (my travel-mate had a minor accident when leaving the hostel) and also patient enough to teach us how to wear the scarf gracefully. Her smart tips help us to feel comfortable wearing the scarf, and also look good in the pics 😉 We wish her all the best and recommend the tour 100%
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Marianne wrote a review Jan 2020
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It was my second trip to Iran and I wanted to expand my knowledge of Iranian history and culture. I couldn’t think of a better way than to join two more tours put on by Persian Walk. I went on a tour of the National Defense Museum and the Zurkhaneh tour. I was impressed by the Holy Defense Museum but without my guide Ehsan I wouldn’t have understood a thing. He gave me a very detailed explanation of everything and filled me in on the history. He willingly answered all my questions. I also joined Ehsan on the Zurkhaneh tour. It was fascinating to see an aspect of Iranian culture that used to be closed to the public. Both tours were worth it. I fully recommend them.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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