Travel to Iran from Brazil
Travel Guide to Iran for the Brazil Citizens
Iran is a destination veiled in mystery among travelers. Situated on the Persian Gulf, the country offers a near-endless array of cultural wonders, archaeological relics and priceless art dating back to the Persian Empire. Whether you explore the breathtaking marble ruins of Persepolis, zigzag through bustling bazaars or stand in awe as light filters through the vibrant stained glass of Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, a journey like no other awaits.
How to Travel to Iran as a Brazilian
Brazil has good diplomatic relations with Iran with Iran and Brazil citizen can visit the country without any limitations. You may travel to Iran as a Brazil citizen, individually or in groups, and visit every spot you wish without any limitation.However, traveling with a guided group tour by an experienced tour leader dominant the whole area and locals will give you a better insight to Iran, past and present; so, we advise you to travel in groups.
Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Brasilia, Brazil
SES. Av. das Nações, Quadra 809, Lote 31
Brasília /DF- Brazil
Visit Iran as an Brazilians for tourism purposes required to have a Visa. Fortunately effective from 01 October 2015, holders of normal passports issued by Brazil are eligible for Iran Visa on Arrival. If you prefer to get Iran Visa in advance you can get an approval code in advance. There is no any direct flight from Brazil to Iran, so currently, you have to take a transit flight when traveling to Iran, but this will soon change.