Travel to Iran: City Guides

You’re about to head off for your first overseas trip to visit Iran, a country that most people don’t know much about it. What will you find outside of your home? How Iran is going to surprise you? Are you ready to cope with it when visit Iran? Which cities to visit and where to stay? Here are the things you should know before traveling to cities of Iran.

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How to Get to Iran - Flights and Tips for Traveling

Iran Air includes a complimentary domestic air ticket to any Iranian city, which is useful if you are visiting at a busy time. In addition, Iran Air’s generous baggage allowance was only recently matched by other airlines serving this route: every passenger can check in 65 pounds (30 kilograms), plus have 11 pounds (5 kilograms) of carry-on baggage.
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8 Unusual Foods You Must Try In Iran

It is true that unlike other Southeast Asian countries, Iranian people are very conservative when it comes to food. Most people will only enjoy foods that are very similar to what they’ve had before. Kabab koobideh, Joojeh kabab or Ghormeh sabzi! But it doesn’t mean that you can’t find unusual foods here. Take a look at our list of the most unusual dishes in Iran that you must try when you are there!
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Iran on a Plate: Iran Food and Travel Guide

To Iranians, the preparation and cooking of food is a prime expression of a woman’s loving care, which transforms even the simplest of meals into nourishment for body and soul.
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Sizdah-bedar Festival - Iranians Celebrating Nature's Day

Sizdah-bedar is an Iranian festival tradition, celebrated in the thirteenth day of the Farvardin. Iranians have a tradition of spending the day outdoors.
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Shopping in Iran: How to Bargain Successfully?

Shopping in while you travel to Iran can be super exciting. but it's not without its trap! If you're visiting Iran for the first time, here are some tips to make your first trip to Iran safe and fun!
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How Does Tehran Look Like During Nowruz?

Nowruz in Iran, During ordinary days of the year you could hardly hear yourself talking as you walk along some of the busy streets of the Iranian capital Tehran. But thanks to Nowruz, Tehran is all peaceful and quiet, as millions of people will be out of town to enjoy the holidays.
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Tehran Jomeh Bazaar (Friday Market) - A Collection of Everything

Tehran Jomeh Bazaar, Tehran (Friday market). A place that brings together a collection of street stalls that usually sell goods with reasonable prices.
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Iran Tourism: Travel to Iran in 2017

We all know is that the impact of a nuclear deal on Iran's economy is likely to be a complicate and takes time to have much impact on Iran's economy in general. But for some services like tourism that would be different.
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Can I drink alcohol and eat pork in Iran?

Alcohol is strictly forbidden in Iran and no shops and hotels are permitted to sell alcohol and pork. so visitors should not attempt to bring or drink.
CAN I TRAVEL INDEPENDENTLY? DO I NEED A GUIDE?
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Can I travel to Iran independently? Do I need an Iranian guide?

Most people are able to travel independently within Iran, without any guide or official guidance whatsoever. US and Canadian citizens, however, need to have their itinerary and tour group approved beforehand, which will require an officially sanctioned guide. However, as part of the itinerary it is possibly to include free days, which if approved, will allow for free travel.
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Iran Travel: Beyond any expectation

A short video of a tourist who had recently visited Iran shows Iran as it is. Franci saying that Iran is simply one of the most rewarding destination.