It's unusual for most foreign tourists who are used to pay everywhere in the world with their credit card. But in Iran, there is no way to avoid it: it's impossible to use your credit card.
Perhaps one of the most frequently asked questions for travellers before coming to Iran is related to clothing. Here we are about to give you a bit of explanation about the various dress codes in Iran to respect the norm and culture, and blend into the background.
Public transportation in Iran is cheap and efficient, so nothing is simpler than getting around the country on your own. And the way you choose to travel will color your daily experiences on your trip.
The taarof is an essential part of the Iranian culture. For the beginner's eyes, it could be explained as an extreme politeness behavior. But it’s more complex than that and it requires lots of practice and experience to master the Iranian taarof!
Mastering the public transportation in Iran is quite easy. It’s a clever way to avoid traffic, and thus saving lots of tim, and also money! All cities, from small ones to the capital Tehran, have buses, whether it’s vintage minibuses or modern fast lines.
Knowing some Farsi will help you as a traveler or tourist in various situation, and for sure, Iranians will love to hear you say a few words in their mother tongue.
Buying and using a local SIM card in Iran is easy, and will make your trip more comfortable.
because the Internet is filtered in Iran, accessing some websites can be forbidden. Here are the simple ways to bypass this issue while you are in Iran.
Iran is a delightful destination for couples, a country full of romanticism. Yet, many travelers wonder if they can freely travel with their partner, and the answer is: yes! Here is all the information you need to know when traveling as a couple in Iran.
Traveling to Iran during the holy month of Ramadan presents no complications and can, on the contrary, offers interesting and unique events to participate.
Is it possible to be vegetarian in Iran, the country of kebabs and meat stews? The answer is a big "yes"! Not only it's easy to avoid meat, but also the Iranian traditional cuisine is filled with delicious vegetable dishes.