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This is just a simple bridge over a major freeway and doesn't have anything special. It connects to less than average parks and if your time is limited DONT waste your time to go to this place. Nothing special!
Here is where you can have one of the best views of Tehran! The bridge itself is beautiful and connect 2 parks and you can enjoy a long walking through the gardens in the middle of Tehran! There are many cafe and restaurants in it...More
This is the place people would go to for a iconic view of Tehran and the nearby Alborz Mountains. There are cafes and small eateries nearby, and even a planetarium on the other side of the bridge. Best to go during sunrise and sunset!
We had a good hike up Tabiat bridge and even breath taking view once you have reached. A clear sight of the northern side of Iran and there is a nice place to chill when waiting for the sun to set. Interesting enough that this...More
It is an impressive and useful structure connecting two parks. It is a popular place for local people to gather in evening for different outdoor activities. I bring people from Lithuania to this place and they noticed, that it is a good idea to come...More
Pule Tabi'at (Tabiat Bridge) has great memory in my mind and best feelings of my life in heart. I hope one day inshallah I will write review more clearly of my these feelings.
Pule Tabi'at makes your tabi'at best of the best
you get to see the stunning views of al borz mountains from this bridge, the walk to the other side of the bridge is awesome, a must if you are in Tehran. i know its coho bloc traffic in Tehran but the visit to taibat...More
I have been to Tabiat Park and Bridge a number o times and I am always willing to go back. The park is beautiful and frequented by locals, thus it is quite an experience to be around iranians who are, generally, very hospitable; you may...More
The bridge is better if you see it from the highway in your car. I don’t see a point walking on it except watchin the cars on highway from above!
There are some restaurants over there which I don’t recommend.
As a citizen of Tehran...More
Yes! It's the same bridge, designed by Leila Araghian who also won the Aga Khan award for the same project, which is huge in architecture world!
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Auckland Central, New Zealand
Tehran closures during Martyrdom of Imam Reza (0 Replies)
Hi. I am in Tehran at the moment for the next 2 days during the Martyrdom of Imam Reza. How are opening hours affected by this? Is anything still open or is anything closed during these 2 days? Specifically, the things I want to see are: National Museum, the Crown Jewels, Museum of Contemporary Art, Milad Tower, Golestan Palace, Tabiat Bridge, Museum of Holy Defence, Niavaran Palace, Tochal Telecabin, Azadi Tower Museum and the Grand Bazaar. Also, are banks open? If not how should I get...More
November 17, 2017|
London, United Kingdom
Taleghani Park & Tabiat Bridge? (17 Replies)
Fellow Adventurers, Please, can anyone with first-hand experience comment on the following two questions: 1) Are Taleghani Park and the associated award-winning Tabiat Park worth a visit? If so, how much time would you recommend I take out to hang-out there and soak in the vibe? 2) I've heard and read that Tabiat Bridge is best experienced at night; that being the case, when's the latest I could go during the week before the bridge (and presumably Taleghani Park) close for the day? ...More
May 07, 2015|
For further information regarding whether or not the bridge even gets closed at midnight, our friends living in Tehran could help better. About the time to visit, I liked it when I went there on a winter night, middle of the week, no crowd around, having the view of snow-covered mountains for myself. Although during summer there is a different story. People hang out until late hours.