Tehran Bazaar

The Grand Bazaar is an old historical bazaar in Tehran, Iran. It is included several corridors over 10 kilometers in length, and each specializing in different types of goods, and has several entrances, with Sabze-Meydan being the main entrance.
From The 6th millennium BC, Tehran has been settled and while bazaar-like constructions in Iran as a whole have been dated back to 4th millennium BC, Tehran’s bazaar is not that old. It is not possible to say exactly when the bazaar appeared, but in the centuries after the Muslim conquest of Iran, some travelers reported about the growth of commerce in the area now occupied by the current bazaar. The Grand Bazaar is thus a continuation of this legacy.
For shopaholics searching the best products and the best deals, navigating Iran’s chaotic capital presents some sizable challenges and from food markets, to touristy goods, from everyday household items, to bargain antiques, Tehran bazaar is suitable for all occasions and inclinations, so long as you know where to go.
The Grand Bazaar, is a Historic, expansive, and dizzying, Tehran’s Grand Bazaar should be at the top of any bargain-hunter’s agenda. Tehran bazaar includes of over 10 kilometers of labyrinthine covered alleys, and also is divided up into sections selling different types of product. Everything is imaginable for saling here; of particular note are the jewelry and carpet sections. The frenzied atmosphere may not be every shopper’s cup of tea, but it is interesting to mention that the Grand Bazaar offers a tour de force of Iranian market life, and there are plenty of teahouses and restaurants around for a moment’s respite.
Here I mention you about the other Bazaars in Tehran which you can shop and visiting them such as; Tajrish bazaar, jomee bazaar, Rey bazaar and Imam Hosein square.