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Hejab Hotel Tehran is a clean and good quality three-star hotel in Tehran City. this hotel located near to Carpet Museum of Iran Tehran and National Jewelry Treasury Tehran.
Hotel Located in Hijab Street , Keshavarz Blvd , Tehran.
Hejab Hotel Tehran Distance to top Tehran sights
58 Minutes by Car
26 Minutes by Car
31 Minutes by Car
Distance to National Jewelry Treasury Tehran is 15 minutes walk (4 km)
Distance to Tabiat Bridge Tehran is 18 minutes by car (8.4 km)
Distance to Golestan Palace Tehran is 23 minutes by car (5.6 km)
Distance to Darband Tehran is 43 minutes by car (16.2 km)
Distance to Niavaran Palace Tehran is 37 minutes by car (18.7 km)
Distance to National Garden (Baq-e-Melli) Gateway Tehran is 21 minutes by car (5.8 km)
Distance to Milad Tower Tehran is 25 minutes by car (8.5 km)
Distance to Tehran Grand Bazaar is 32 minutes by car (9 km)
Distance to Sa’d Abad Palace Museum Tehran is 36 minutes by car (14.6 km)
Distance to National Museum of Iran Tehran is 19 minutes by car (4.2 km)
Distance to Azadi Tower Tehran is 24 minutes by car (7.1 km)
Distance to Valiasr Street Tehran is 16 minutes by car (5.4 km)
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