Tabiat Bridge, Tehran

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Cross Tabiat Bridge, an award-winning pedestrian bridge designed by local architect Leila Araghian. Completed in 2014, the structure spans 270 m (890 ft) and takes pedestrians from one public park to another across the Shahid Modarres Avenue. Take a stroll on the imposing steel-and-concrete structure, equipped with benches for resting, and enjoy the view of the busy highway and the lush green parks it connects. Arrange to visit Tabiat Bridge and other attractions in Tehran using our Tehran travel website .
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  • Visited at night, after an amazing dinner consumed nearby. Located within a park and joins two parts of the city. Absolutely spectacular with its sinuous path that winds at various levels; beautiful views, impressive with lights that give it an almost magical atmosphere. For one of the levels you will also find several restaurants. The visit is absolutely recommended.
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  • An excellent place to stroll around, to view the city and to have a snack there. Congratulations to the lady architect for its achievement  more »
  • This is a nice place for families and couples. The "Rah e Choobi" food court and Coffe shops are near to this bridge (2-3 Min by walk South west side of the bridge ). This bridge connected to large pa...  more »
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  • It's a great place! "Tabiat" means "nature" in Arabic. It is situated inside a park. And it really matches with the scenery surrounding it. To the north you can see Tehran skyscrapers, and to the south you can see the Mosallah of Imam Khomeini. The place is a cool place to relax and to watch the Iranians passing by.
  • My favorite sport in Tehran! Surrounded by 4 parks, if you are looking to escape from the pollution, this bridge is a rare spot to take a few Yogi breath! On days where the pollution index is lower, you can see the the mountains from one side, and the lower town on the other side! It's quiet an experience! If you are an architecture fan, then you probably know all the facts about this bridge, but if you are not, be prepared to be amazed by how complex this bridge is!
  • The bridge is a rare location for a peaceful stroll in Tehran surrounded by green trees. It's amazingly beautiful, especially at nights. The bridge connects two wonderful newly built parks. It can get quite busy on weekends
  • Great piece of modern architecture. Nice place to be at day and night. It deserves a much better lighting at night.
  • Few new food courts offerings variety of foods. Discounts available on netbarg. Make sure to have some food in the restaurants located at the first floor of the bridge with astonishing view.

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The northern districts of Tehran possess a more suburban, cosmopolitan feel, and a more spacious form, with a number of accommodations geared towards international tourism. Luxury hotels with pools overlooking the parks sit alongside some more basic and humble offerings, usually located on the lesser side streets. The southern districts offer a livelier experience, where guesthouses, hostels, and simple hotels line the confusing bundle of winding streets. Of course, some areas of the south open up a little, and here you'll find a good number of standard and mid-range hotels with varying levels of amenities.
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