You can read the most important points you need to travel to Iran in this article. We have been working to answer your most important concerns and vital information you need.
Contrary to the negative propaganda of some Western media, Iran is a safe country and anything does not threaten citizens and tourists. In recent years, despite the assertion of terrorist groups such as ISIS and the Taliban in the Middle East and some of their attacks in the heart of Europe, Iran has been immune to such human rights abuses and has become known as the safe harbor of Middle East. In spite of relative insecurity prevailing in the world, there has not even been a single incident of massive terrorist incidents in this country.
It is customary for Iranian tourist cities to rent their homes to travelers. This type of residence may create problems with accident insurance. So stay in places that are under the control of the Iranian Tourism Organization. Hotels, hostels and licensed local houses are among the approved sites. If you travel by tour, trust the tour Guide to your place of residence.
Contrary to the negative propaganda of some Western media, there is Internet in almost everywhere (except for the depths of caves and mountains) and access to it is very simple. Just download your SIM card as soon as you get out of the plane and purchase a SIM card at a very reasonable cost (less than $ 15). As soon as you enable the SIM card, you will have access to high-speed Internet access and you can connect with your family and friends with voice and video apps. Having a passport is necessary to buy a tourist SIM card. 3 operators provide telecommunication and Internet services in Iran. Hamrah Aval (MCI) operator and Irancell are dedicated to providing tourists with services and can use these services by purchasing a product called “Tourist SIM card”. Keep in mind that these SIM cards are valid for only 30 days. If you want to stay longer in Iran, you can buy a Rightel SIM-card operator or use other types of MCI and Irancell SIM-cards.