If I want to describe my travels to Iran in one sentence, it is “false information.” You do not know what horror stories I heard about Iran before I came to Iran. Even my mother, who has almost no worries about my trips, was somewhat worried that my destination after traveling to Armenia was 5 weeks in Iran.
These are the words of Marícia, a 36-year-old woman from Poland who says she has fallen in love with after visiting Iran. Most of the tourists who come to Iran these days have a similar view of it; tourists who, by removing previous visa restrictions, are more likely to be seen in historical cities of Iran. Contrary to the picture made by media, they not only do not know Iran as insecure, but also believe that the country is very safe for tourists. Alen, about 50 from Australia has traveled to Iran with his friend. He show the photo of his wife and children and says: “The image they had from Iran was very black and they were afraid to come with me.” But now we know how secure Iran is. He is very surprised to hear Iranian traditional music in a restaurant in Yazd and ask: “Do you have concerts in Iran? How can I get to the concert? “In his opinion, Iranian traditional music is very nice.