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

Iran’s holiday and festivals are the culmination of thousands of years and hundreds of various cultures. From joyous celebrations to mournings of classical figures, Iranians put heavy emphasis on involving as many people as possible in all occasions. We invite you to check out and review some of the most famous events on the Iranian calendar. Experience the organized marching band of Ashura or celebrate the first of day of Spring in Nowruz. Whether you are looking for local eats, grand ceremonies or even just small local traditions, Iranian holidays have something for all tastes. Learn More

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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

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

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Is there a travel ban to Iran?
No there is not. Almost all nationalities can get a 30 day visa to Iran. Citizens of the UK, US, and Canada have longer visa processing times but are still able to obtain an Iran tourist visa.
Is it safe to visit Iran?
Absolutely. Iran’s locals are famous for their hospitality. There are numerous examples of lone travelers, especially women, who have traveled throughout the country. According to The Independent, Iran is one of the safest countries in the Middle East.
What should I eat in Iran?
Iran’s top national dishes include kabab Koobideh (minced beef kabab) and dizi (lamb stew). If you are vegetarian, you can enjoy Kashk o Bademjan (Eggplant & whey dip) and Iranian falafel.
Best time to visit Iran?
The best season to visit Iran is in the Spring (March - May) and Fall (September - November). You can visit the Persian Gulf region during the Winter (December - February), and the northern forests during the Summer (June - August).
How do I get around in cities?
Cities in Iran have plenty of taxis and busses, just make sure to have small change (in 10,000 & 50,000 Rial notes) when riding them. Most cities are walkable too and major urban centers even have subways.

How is the internet in Iran?
There are multiple Internet Service Providers (ISP) in Iran offering short term and daily internet packages. Laws regarding the sale of prepaid Data Plans change often, so contact [email protected] for up to date information.
Does Iran have Wi-Fi?
Almost all accommodations offer Wi-Fi. If you want to have internet while you travel, get a portable modem (30-40 USD) and a prepaid Data Plan. Since laws regarding the sale of internet plans change often, contact [email protected] for the most current information.
Can I get an Iranian SIM card?
You can get an Iranian SIM card at the airport or by applying online. Keep in mind that you must register your phone before you can use your Iranian SIM card.
Does my SIM card work in Iran?
Your SIM card will most likely only be able to send and receive text messages for a hefty fee. iPhone users can send and receive iMessages when connected to the internet.
Does my Data Plan work in Iran?
Your data plan will most likely not be responsive in Iran. Your hotel or hostel will have Wi-Fi or you can purchase an Iranian SIM card.


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