Which places would you recommend to a visitor to Iran?

Which places would you recommend to a visitor to Iran?

20 Must-Visit Attractions in Iran

  • Persepolis. Once the capital of the first Persian Empire and birthplace of Persian civilization, it’s vital that you visit Persepolis.
  • Valley of the Stars.
  • Chogha Zanbil.
  • Anzali Lagoon.
  • Chalus Road.
  • Naqsh-e Jahan Square.
  • Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System.
  • Bridges of Esfahan.

Is it safe to go on holiday to Iran?

Iran is generally a very safe place to travel, so much so that many travellers describe it as the ‘safest country I’ve ever been to’, or ‘much safer than travelling in Europe’. For women travellers, like anywhere, it pays to be cautious and avoid situations where you are alone with a man you don’t know.

Do I need Covid 19 test to travel to Iran?

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Travellers arriving from a number of countries by air, land and sea will be required to undergo a COVID-19 PCR test on arrival (costing 2.3m Rial), self isolate at their homes for an ‘appropriate duration’, and observe relevant protocols from the Ministry of Health.

Can I enter Iran with expired Iranian passport?

Nationals of Iran are allowed to enter with an expired passport. This is noted in Timatic, the system which airlines use to verify passenger documents prior to boarding, so you should have no trouble boarding your flight.

Is Iran cheap for tourists?

Most articles we found told us Iran was supposedly a very expensive destination. For example, most people spent more than €60 per person per day. After the first few days we noticed that Iran was a lot cheaper than we read online.

Can Westerners go to Iran?

The FCDO advise against all but essential travel to the rest of Iran. If you’re planning travel to Iran, find out what you need to know about coronavirus there in the Coronavirus section. During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to get travel insurance and check it provides sufficient cover.