Enjoy Iran’s capital when you book flights to Tehran with flydubai. We offer a range of travel options to suit any business trip or holiday.
With convenience and comfort a top priority, we offer a variety of services to ensure your flying experience runs as smoothly as possible. From the moment you arrive at the airport you can enjoy our smarter check-in process. You have the option to check-in online or with our expert team at the designated check-in desks.
Onboard, experience the award-winning connectivity of our inflight WiFi service. Skip the queues at the airport and splurge on the duty free shopping onboard. If you’re feeling a bit peckish, we offer a snack menu throughout the flight.
Our Economy Class fares will give you the comfortable environment you’ll need to relax. Our cabin is spacious with enough leg room for you to stretch out and enjoy your flight. While you travel, you can also enjoy more than 2,000 hours of TV shows, international movies, music, games and news via your own personal HD touch screen.
Upgrade to Business Class to experience a touch of luxury. As well as the benefits you’ll receive in economy, you’ll be treated to top class service from the moment you step into the airport. With a speedy check-in you’ll be fast tracked through security where you can unwind in the Business Lounge before boarding. On the plane you’ll be escorted to your Italian leather seat where you can relax in ultimate comfort.
Just behind the Glassware and Ceramic Museum sits the exquisite Jewels Museum. Owned by the Central Bank, its priceless collection is impressive. The exhibit consists of precious gems and metals owned by several monarchs through the centuries, including the Qajar and Pahlavi dynasty.
Enjoy navigating through the maze of colourful stalls and shops where bazaars sell everything from copper and gold to spices and carpets. Enter the Grand Bazaar through the main entrance near to the Sabzeh Medyan square. Here you can wander through the 10km of lanes in search of hidden gems.
View the impressive architectural structure of the inverted Y-shaped Azadi Tower, in Azadi Square. Made from 8,000 pieces of white marble, you can climb to the observatory at the top for views across the green park. Built in 1971 to honour the 2,500th anniversary of the Persian empire, visit the underground museum to learn more about Tehran’s storied heritage.
Explore the vibrant capital of Iran through its bustling bazaars, fascinating museums, decorated religious monuments, natural parks and winter ski resorts. There’s so much to explore at the foot of Mt. Tochal in the energetic city of Tehran.
Head out of the city from Tajrish Square and hike in the foothills of the sloping Mount Tochal. Follow the trail past cascading waterfalls, up the winding path through the narrow valley, to the mountain village of Darband. Relax in the picturesque setting of the quaint teahouses and enjoy homemade cuisine in the restaurants. Sit outside on Persian rugs that float above the beginnings of the Darband River. From here you can continue your hike up into the mountains.
Learn more about the diverse religious culture in Tehran through its stunning religious monuments. With its 230-metre-high minarets covering a huge 650,000 square feet, the Mosalla Mosque Complex is set to be the biggest in the world.
One of the most photographed monuments in the city, the Imamzadeh Saleh dazzles Tajrish Square with its striking appearance. Turquoise tiles and colourful patterns decorate the domed roof and twin minarets on this attractive Islamic Shrine.
The UNESCO World Heritage, Golestan Palace is a true masterpiece. The lavishly embellished style and Persian architecture blends its 18th-century traditions with western features. This inspirational walled palace is one of the oldest buildings in the city and still remains at the centre of Qajari art culture. Visit the floral gardens and wander through the opulent palace to see the tiled facades and stained glass windows in all their magnificence.
Tehran sits at the base of the imposing Mount Tochal. Take the Telecabin for 45 minutes up to the summit, which is 7.4km from the Telecabin centre. Hidden up in the snowy peaks you’ll find a ski resort that’s open six months of the year. Even if you don’t want to ski, the ride up to the summit makes for an unforgettable experience. Catch the Telecabin from the very north of the city and ride up into the mountains for a spectacular view looking over the rocky peninsular.
Before traveling to Tehran, be sure to speak to your embassy so you know what your visa requirements are.
In the capital of Iran, Tehran, you’ll need to use the national currency, Iranian Rial. Banknotes include: 100, 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, 100,000.
Persian is the official language, widely spoken in Iran.
The weather in Tehran scales to highs of 37°C in July and August and can drop to lows of 1°C in December and January. March is the wettest month of the year.
When traveling around Tehran, you have several travel options. You could hire a car or private taxi, hop on the public bus, join a shared shuttle taxi or use the Tehran Metro.
When you land in Tehran you’ll fly in and out of Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA).