Iran Nightlife

  • Nightlife
    by Amirreza.taheri
  • Nightlife
    by Amirreza.taheri
  • Nightlife
    by Amirreza.taheri

Iran Nightlife

  • Nightlife in Iran ?! Don't worry...

    First thought about nightlife in Iran is probably: there is no any. Men and women are separate in public if not related. It's true.Still, you can have some fun in teahouses, restaurants, cinemas, parks...no discos or clubs though.And you shouldn't worry about walking around in middle of the night couse nothing can happen to you. Islamic dress code...

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  • 'WHY DO THEY HATE US ?' asked...

    'Why do they hate us?' asked President Bush in his speech to Congress last Thursday night. It is a question that has ached in America's heart for the past two weeks. Why did those 19 men choose to wreck the icons of US military and economic power? Most Arabs and Muslims knew the answer, even before they considered who was responsible. Retired...

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  • That's a joke...

    In a Islamic Republic, don't expect to find nightlife by western standards. No clubs or discos.In some restaurants you can get live orchestra with local music. Or you can either smoke a qalyan in a teahouse. Or (if lucky enough) be invited in a private party where iranian youth puts all pretenses aside and enjoys life like elsewhere in the world.

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  • Sun rising in The Persian Gulf

    This is a very special moment that if you're going South to The Gulf you have to enjoy and make it possible to be awaken to enjoy the sun getting up.This picture was taken in the port city of Bandar Abbas the port where you can take the boat to the Persian Gulf Island of Qeshme.

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  • Maidan-e-Naghsh-e-Jahan Square

    The official name of the Imam Square is "Maidan-e-Naghsh-e-Jahan" which means Square of the World Portraits. In 1598, Shah Abbas I changed the capital to Isfahan and with large-scale city plans, began the construction of a new urban city.This huge square is 512 m from north to south and 159 m from West to East. This makes the perfect relaxing plans...

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  • Shiraz caslte walls by night

    This is very pleasant to enjoy during the night as it has night light pointing at them. A walk in Shiraz can be not as safe as Esfahan for example, but for sure youll have to give it a try.

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  • View of the river in Esfahan

    The night view from the Sio-Seh Pole bridge is indeed something you have to experience. During the night this usaully gets a off tourist zone and get full with young people that use the place to intereact with eachother, lovers come to visit away from public eyes etc...As you can see on the photo lots of action is going on, people walk along the...

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  • Shiraz by night

    Shiraz can be very calm during the night, something it isnt during the day. Its rushing streets and noisy cars almost disapear after 11pm. You can just walk in the city centre without getting lots of getting to far away from your hotels as some poeple say it can be not that safe during the night. You can just go out and drink some tea and eat...

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  • Sio-Seh Pole Bridge

    Sio-Seh Pole means thirty three arches, and was also called Allahverdikhan Pol, after the architect who built it in 1600. The bridge is about 300 meters in length and makes the perfect attraction for Iranini local young people that choose this place to walk and look at eachother. This is the lovers point where girls come very well dressed to look...

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  • Joke!

    Really?! No beer and a goverment who openly discourages all kind of activity involving both sexes....Forget it! If the nightlife is the reason for you to go abroad, Iran (and the rest of the Middle East for that matter) is just not the right place to be.

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  • Iranian Nightlife is different!

    What do you mean by Nightlife?Discos? Dancing Clubs? Special youth parties?No! In this case it's better to forget Iran, as there is no nightlife like that in Iran.But consider that Iranian have their own nightlife by going to parks and restaurants and coffee shops. Eating, drinking, walking, chatting and family picnics are popular nightlife...

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  • The Teahouses of Iran are...

    The Teahouses of Iran are fabulous and plentiful. My favourite would have to be under the Chubi Bridge in Esfahan.This teahouse contains every imaginable religious relic, souvenir and kitsch item pinned to the ceilings, walls, doors and floor. The is a fabulous atmosphere with a huge variety of people there, families with children, groups of...

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  • There isnt much nightlife in...

    There isnt much nightlife in Iran except taking walks and eating nice food in restaurants. I dont smoke but I had to try waterpipe so we also went to places were that could be tried out. However we were in dinner-parties almost every night thanks to the incredible iranian hospitality so nightlife was not a problem for us ! PHOTO: ME TRYING...

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    Satisfaction: Excellent

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    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Pars

    great views

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  • Akhavan Hotel

    We enjoyed the Akhavan. The staff are welcoming, the price is excellent, and the rooms are...

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  • Rose Hotel

    Imam Khomeini Ave., Qom, Iran

    Satisfaction: Excellent

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