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Iranian Social Customs

In general, Iranians are warm, friendly and generous individuals with a strong interest in foreigners and other cultures. In dealing with Iranians, the following tips relating to Iranian social customs and etiquette may prove useful: When visiting an Iranian household for the...

Men Dress Code In Iran

Iran Men Dress Code and Dress attire is similar to that in Europe. However, visitors should note that shorts should not be worn outside the house and garden. Short sleeved shirts used to be frowned upon, but are much more acceptable lately. They should be avoided if visiting one...

Camping In Iran

Having an Iran Camping is not a big deal as almost all hotels, guesthouses, and residential centers provide the necessary services to the tourists traveling in caravans or live in camping. In urban areas, there are some centers and parks where such tourists may settle in or along...

Women dress code in Iran

In most private residences, women can dress in normal western clothes. However, in public, Islamic covering of the body and hair is mandatory. This consists of a “rupush” (a long-sleeved, non-form fitting coat that resembles a raincoat) and a headscarf covering the...

Transportation in Iran

Taxis and Buses Telephone taxis are available through local agencies in Tehran and most hotels in provincial centers can arrange taxis for hire although it should be noted that there are no meters. Cheap bus transport is available but is not often used by foreigners in Tehran....

Islamic Codes in Iran

The importation and consumption of alcohol is strictly banned. Penalties are severe and could include corporal punishment. Religious minorities, however, are allowed to manufacture and consume alcohol, but not to sell or import it. Pork and pork products are forbidden and, like...

Iranian Language

The official language of Iran is Persian (Farsi), written in a script derived from Arabic. It should be mentioned that while a small number of Arab tribes exist is Iran – especially near the border with Iraq – Iranians are not Arabs and might be offended if mistakenly...

Iran Souvenirs

Iranian souvenir is varied in many different types from food and drink to clothing or handicraft. Here’s a list of provinces with their souvenirs: The province of East Azarbayjan is reputed for its handicrafts in Iran namely a variety of carpets, rugs, Kilims, Jajeem ,...

Iran Hotels

There are more than 2500 Iran hotels in city centers and different intercity routes giving services to passengers and tourists. All the five and four star hotels in Iran are equipped with sport and trading facilities. In addition to these hotels, there are more than 700...
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