Tehran Enghelab Hotel

Address: Talghani Avenue, Tehran, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Talghani Avenue, Tehran, is near Persepolis, Si-o-Se Bridge, Pasargadae, and Khajou Bridge.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTehran Enghelab Hotel

Reviewed by suratsizz

tehrah tahran olali.

Reviewed Dec 1, 2014
by (1 review) , Turkey Flag of Turkey

iyi güzel hoss. sicak ama klimali. yemekler güzel. ablalar güzel. llölölö

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Alamut Valley - cont'd

A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Oct 02, 2014

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... was the Iranian Saturday and all shops closed. But an old man saw that we were looking for a restaurant by staring desolately into the windows of the closed restaurants and took us to a little canteen like restaurant where we had as usual a form of meat with rice. Just with our phrase book and gestures we managed quite well even though we got coke instead of water.

We then continued our exploration of the canyons and started hiking into one. Again we passed ...

Tehran - cont'd

A travel blog entry by stefanieandalex on Sep 29, 2014

... We did read quite a lot, but still once you are in the situation things are completely different. So sometimes we do feel like completely stupid tourists, which is not nice. But I guess it is early days and we will learn more the longer we are here.

But one thing we had read about quite a lot is so true. Iranians are the loveliest and friendliest people we have come across in our travels so far. While not all of them invite you ...

Iranian Conversations

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on May 30, 2014

4 comments, 167 photos

... wads of dollars.... and guess what? Iran is one of the safest countries we have ever visited. Not once did we feel in the slightest bit threatened, uneasy or unsure in any situation; that is quite remarkable. In Shiraz, driving through valleys of vineyards, in a now 'dry' country; Louise "it's such a shame you don't produce Shiraz wine here any more" Guide "oh everyone makes their own at home" Yazd, at the hotel reception to sort out which tour to take; (female) receptionist to ...

Transasia Express Pt 2: Chaos and crossings.

A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Nov 23, 2013

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... on my bunk with my queasy stomach. But we had to keep ourselves awake, as we would soon be hitting the border crossings – It was 2.30 in the morning.

We didn’t stay awake, we were suddenly woken from our woozy slumber by banging on our door and a man calling for us to get off the train. It was pitch black, icy cold, extremely misty and eerie as everyone sleepily paced across the tracks to another hall, where we formed lines into male and female and ...

Tehran, Iran: Sleeping in Airports

A travel blog entry by samber on Oct 24, 2013

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Let the 22 hr journey commence. At 11am we jumped in a taxi and headed out to Mashhad Airport, some 20 min drive away for which we were charged 50,000 (US$1.60). Certainly puts things in perspective when we were charged 100,000 (US$3.30) from the bus station to hotel (10 min drive) when we first arrived. Then we had the prick who charged us 200,000 (US$6.60) just to get stuck in traffic for 20 min. Live and learn. Flight was painless and surprisingly big with seat configuration of ...