Si-e Tir Street or 30th Tir Street is one of the richest touristic sites of Tehran where you can find some of the best museums and other tourist attractions of Tehran. Loaded with cultural highlights, diverse religious sites, and delicious bites, this renovated street has become a local hit! Discover the cobblestone 30 Tir Street in Tehran, one of the capital's most interesting streets.
So far, access to parts of the stone-paved street have been made easier for people with disabilities as a pilot project, which would be a role model for other places across the country, Mehr reported on Sunday.
You can find a whole range of street food vendor shops on one side of the street!
However, the follow-up plan, which is supervised by the tourism ministry, calls for extending facilities to all travel destinations around the one-way street with the participation of all relevant bodies and businesses.
Introduced by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the creation of the international “Accessible Tourism Destination” aims to make sure that a destination can be enjoyed by all tourists, regardless of their physical, sensory or cognitive abilities.
Deputy tourism minister Vali Teymouri said in May that Si-e Tir St. is suitable for being an “Accessible Tourism Destination”, saying “Hotels, travel agencies, museums and, in general, all tourist centers of this street can be equipped for the use of handicapped and veterans according to the UNWTO specifications.”