A visit to Iran is an incredibly rewarding and eye opening experience, however there are certain facts you need to know before you go.
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Get free money for college pennants What do you need to travel to Iran? Read on and find 5 essential things that will make your trip to Iran enjoyable and hassle-free.
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source link Only 8 nationalities don’t need a visa (Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Georgia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Venezuela). Therefore, get ready for some bureaucracy pain to go through. Before you are allowed to apply for a visa, you need an invitation issued by the ministry of foreign affairs in Tehran, the capital. This may take up to a week and once you received a number, you are off to the embassy again to apply for the visa. Make sure to bring all documents, like insurance, trip details, as of ‘Where will you stay? Which cities will you visit?’ etc.
enter It should take another two or three weeks until you receive your visa. So take that into consideration, when you plan your visit, as it needs time and patience.
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الفوركس في سنغافورة If you’re a girl it is mandatory to cover your head with a scarf in Iran. You must cover your arms and legs as well, as only your face, hands and feet are allowed to be uncovered. However, this applies only for all public areas.
At holy sites, you will be asked to wear a chador, a giant swathe, which covers everything except your face. Usually, you can borrow it for free at the site.
Men should be aware of a few unspoken rules. For example, you should not shake a women’s hand, unless she raises it first and goes for the handshake. If not, just wave. Generally, avoid contact between opposite sex in public.
3 ORGANIZED TOUR
I reckon Iran is one of the countries you should have a plan.
The country is just about to open up and tourists are not common yet, it can be difficult finding hotels with western standards. You won’t find numerous hotels on popular booking platforms, so it is of advantage to know where you’ll be and google beforehand. Or even better, you travel with an organized tour to maximize your time and have peace of mind.
4 PERSIAN CUISINE
Food in Iran is social, delicious and difficult to pronounce. I have probably forgot most of the names of dishes I tried, because the Persian names were difficult to remember and pronounce, but I remember the smells and tastes vividly.
Most restaurants offer seating areas, where your friends and you dine together sitting on beautiful carpets. The food will be placed in the centre of you. That is quite uncommon in the western world and is a nice change to the usual tables.
Personally, I think the Persian cuisine might be unhealthy after a while, because Iranians use a lot of fat for food and actually pour liquid butter on a few dishes after it is served. Delicious though.
If you’re vegan or vegetarian, hm, this might be difficult. Usually there is meat involved in every dish. Maybe you’ll find a few stews, which will work for you. Good luck on that.
The fifth and last essential thing I think you should know, is that the Iranians are the most friendly, generous, helpful and hospitable people I’ve ever met.
It amazed me every day, no matter where in Iran, how nice and how interested people were in my world. Random people on the street would come up to me to say hi. School kids would come to me asking for a selfie together. We even got invited to home dinners multiple times. I heard prior to my trip, that Persians were considered friendly, but in no way have I expected so much hospitality and awesomeness. Thumbs up!
With all this information you are perfectly equipped for an amazing trip to ancient Persia, that will bring you exhilarating experiences and memories you won’t forget.
If you have any more questions, concerns or need some trip planning guidance, don’t hesitate to write me! I’m happy to help!
If you want to see more pictures of my recent trip to Iran, they can be viewed on this online gallery.
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