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Iran Travel Tips

Iran Travel Tips

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Questions regarding safety and security are the most commonly asked questions when it comes to Iran. There could be numerous reasons for this misunderstood image. Read More

The Middle East is famous for being a man-dominated region. In Iran, however, things are a bit different. Read More

Iran’s currency dropped to its lowest valuation in two decades. The Iranian Rial has lost two thirds of its value since the Iranian New Year (Nowruz), a little under 5 months ago. Read More

Breakfast is one of the most important meals in Iran. Iranians are famous for being early birds so they can sit down and enjoy a good, substantial breakfast. Read More

As of 2018, 23 sites in Iran are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. All of these 23 sites are listed in the table below, sorted alphabetically. Read More

Iran is surely becoming more open and there are different factors involved. read More

Knowing the price level and setting a budget for yourself while traveling through Iran is important. Iran is not connected to the international banking network (SWIFT), which means you cannot use any of your debit or credit cards anywhere in Iran. Read More

Unfortunately, wearing a headscarf for female tourists from the moment they arrive in Iran is a must. Read More

Special days in the Iranian calendar can be divided into Ancient-Persian, Islamic and National holidays. Read More

To answer this question we have to breakdown people into different age groups. Read More