Trains in Iran

Travelling with the train is a prefered method of transportation by many travelers. In this post we will introduce the railroad in Iran, and go over the different types of trains a [...]
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Yalda Night

  One of the loveliest festivals in Iran, is the Yalda Night or Shab-e-Yalda. It happens on the night of the 21st of December until the dawn of the 22nd. It marks the night of [...]
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Iranian Currency

Iran has two currencies which are used in its people’s everyday life. The formal Iranian currency is the Iranian Rial (IRR), and the informal one is Toman. If you look at the [...]
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Iranian Cell Phone Carriers

One of the requirements of traveling these days is having access to Internet! Posting all the memories to Instagram and Facebook is inevitable! Finding your path on where to go jus [...]
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Credit Card in Iran – Stop Bringing Cash

Cash has been a means of buying goods for a long time. But those days are in the past! Neither in the world, nor in Iran do people use cash in their everyday lives anymore as they [...]
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Visa for Iran

One of the processes required to be done before entering any country is to check their visa regulations. Maybe you’re lucky enough to not require a visa because of waived vis [...]
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Internet in Iran

Due to regulations in Iran, we have some websites which are filtered, which means you can’t access them because the government has blocked them. But there is another problem [...]
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Iran Dress Code

Can I wear shorts in Iran? I’m a woman, if I have a scarf on which covers half of my hair is it alright? I’m a man, can I wear a t-shirt in Iran? These are just some of [...]
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Arg Karim Khan Zand

Arg Karim Khan Zand is located in downtown Shiraz. During the reign of the Zandy dynasty, this citadel was built, and when Karim Khan chose Shiraz as his capital, he chose his plac [...]
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Naqsh-e Jahan Square, Isfahan

One of the most important symbols of Isfahan is the Naghshe Jahan Square which was called Median-e-Shah before the revolution and Meidan-e-Imam after the Iran revolution in 1979. [...]
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