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IRTouring.com suggest 10 top Travel tips before getting to Iran
Air Connections:Iran is served by its own airline, Iran Airlines as well as many other major international airlines. Area:1.648.195 Kilometers (16th largest country in the world)
Bank, Currency and Credit Cards: Most of the world`s currencies are recognized as legal tender in Iran and are freely exchanged at banks or may be used in making purchases. Iranian currency is the RIAL. Tourist services are quoted and guaranteed in U.S. dollars or E.U. and Credit Card Not Accepted in Iran at the Moment (maybe Carpet shops and Hotels accepted), All the Bank’s are opens Saturday to Thursday 07:30 AM- 13:30 PM. Bring your passport and a book to read. Many banks have separate lines for foreign currency exchange – of course Exchange Office’s are opens at the afternoon until evening. Don’t be shy to ask where to go. You may change dollars into Rails legally by going to a bank.
Cellular Telephones:Very popular and reasonable. It’s so cheap sim-cards you can Buy them from the Shopping malls
International Airports: or contact your hotel concierge. After coming back to your Home town you can keep it and use when you are In Iran again. It is illegal to drive while holding a cell phone. When renting a car, ask your rental agent for a hands-free set.
Climate: Iran enjoys a four season’s climate most of the year, with rainfall usually periodically only between late September and April. All the land in December and January are under cold climate except the Persian Gulf lines, rainy periods are interspersed in March and late April, rainy climate In Caspian coast lines in many, many, sunny days. There is little or no rain in center to East to South regions.
Education and Science:Iranian institutions of higher education include universities, offering a wide range of subjects in science and humanities, and serving as research institutions of worldwide repute.
Electricity:The electrical current in Iran is 220 V. AC, single phase, 50 Hz. 110V appliances can be used only with a step-up transformer or appropriate adapter.
Passports and Visas Requirements information: Iran entry Visa, Every visitor to Iran must hold a valid passport; from 2006 visitors of the more than 50 countries can travel Iran and collect 2 weeks (14 Days), Iranian visa with return ticket at following Airports: IKIA (Imam Khomeini International Airport) ISF (Isfahan International Airport) SHZ (Shiraz International Airport) TBZ (Tabriz International Airport) MHD (Mashhad International Airport)
Health:The National Health Insurance Law provides for a standardized basket of medical services, including hospitalization, for all residents of Iran. All medical services continue to be supplied by the country’s four health care organizations.
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