About Lahijan

Locals call it the bride of Persian cities, and for good reason. The cookie city, Lahijan, has been a famous producer of silk throughout history. Today it has the most famous tea in Iran and produces a good share of the country’s citrus fruits. But what draws most tourists in is its gondola lift, lake, and waterfall. Add that to the naturally clement and cool weather of the area, and you have the perfect tourist refuge in an otherwise desert country. 

Distance from Tehran

  • 384km
  • 4h
  • No Bus
  • No Train
  • No Flight

Best Time to Visit Lahijan

Lahijan has a pleasant spring from April to June, before the summer heat comes. Since summers can be too humid, the next best window for visiting this city is early autumn. Be wary that mid to late autumn can be too cold for you depending on what you are used to. 

Suggested months to visit Lahijan

  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

Weather in Lahijan

Humid summers and chilly winters, Lahijan is one of the most humid cities in Iran. Summers are hot and humid while winters go from rainy to snowy with temperature drops. 

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