To me, Valiasr Street is Tehran’s unique signature. A street stretched from south of the city to the north, ending in one of the most beautiful parts of the city. The street is the longest in the middle east, and probably one of the longest in the world, considering that it runs 12 miles (19.3 kilometers).
Starting from Tehran’s railway station, Valiasr streets goes up and moves toward the mountains in the north.
So, while walking, you will have the view of the mountains in many parts, in addition to its famous oriental plane trees. The trees make a tunnel when you reach to the northern parts of the street, from Parkway to Tajrish Square.
The scenery created by these old trees will take your breath away, no matter in which season you are visiting Valiasr. Don’t miss out on visiting Saa’i and Mellat parks in this street, as they add character to Valiasr Street and are surely worth visiting.