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Is it safe to travel to Iran in 2022?

I am still surprised that in 2022 one of the main questions travelers ask before visiting Iran is if it’s safe.
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Is Persian a difficult language to learn?

Sometimes, the love story with a country starts with its language. And what would be better than Persian? It is is the door to a rich culture, a world of finest arts, literature, music, and culture. But is it hard to learn Farsi? And if you decide to do so, what are the resources available to help you?
How to study Persian language in IranSURFIRAN
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How to study Persian language in Iran?

Whether you already started to learn Persian in your own country, or you’re willing to immerse yourself in the Iranian culture, learning Persian in Iran is a unique experience!
Iran Gets Ready To Celebrate Yalda Night
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Iran Gets Ready To Celebrate Yalda Night

Yalda night or Shab-e Cheleh is one of the most celebrated traditional events in Iran which marks the longest night of the year.
5 Lies You Should Not Believe About Group Travel in Iran - SURFIRANSURFIRAN
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5 Lies You Should Not Believe About Group Travel in Iran

You are planning your trip to Iran and thinking of joining a small group tour? Here are 5 lies you should not believe about group travel in Iran.
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Drinks You Should Try When Traveling to Iran

There are many tasty drinks which are non-alcoholic in Iran that you should try when traveling to this country
Tahdig (Persian food)
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8 Unusual Foods You Must Try In Iran

Tired of Kebabs and rice? Take a look at a list of the most unusual dishes in Iran that you must try when you are there!
IranonaplateIranFoodandTravelGuide surfiran
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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.
Young Iranians have high hopes for the future
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CNN: Tehran’s teens: IRAN isn’t what you think it is

Young Iranians"Life is very enjoyable for us," one young woman says. "We are friends, we go out with each other, and we laugh, we have fun. And that's it."She and her friends came to the city's cinema museum to take photographs of jewelry. Now lounging outside, they sit in a tree-lined park a world away from the militaristic images of Iran that are ubiquitous in the West.have high hopes for the future
Tehran's Friday Flea Market (Jome Bazaar)
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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.
Italian tourists in Iran
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Travelling to Iran as a solo woman: An experience

Travelling to Iran as a solo woman Iran, Pretty scary isn’t it, Here are the reasons why you can definitely travel alone as a woman in Iran.
How much will it cost to travel in Iran
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How much will it cost to travel in Iran?

It depends on what you want to do. In general, though, in comparison to most countries, travelling to Iran will be less expensive, with accommodation, food, internal travel being affordable for most travellers. Most entrance fees for sites will be less than one US dollar and a meal will cost around 5 to 10 US dollars at a restaurant.
Thousands of Iranian students take the final exams to become licensed tour guide
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Iran Politics and religion – What if I do not agree?

While in Iran, you will hear a lot of different views from different people about politics and religion, and inevitable all travellers will have their own thoughts. However, the Iranian government is very sensitive to any foreign involvement in internal political affairs, so any political activity inside Iran, particularly directed against the Iranian government, could lead to arrest.
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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