Best Qeshm Hotels, Where to Stay in Qeshm Island?

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Why do Iran visa applications get rejected?

There are many factors at play when planning to apply for an Iranian visa. To visit Iran you must...

Iran Stop Stamping Tourists' Passport

During the Obama administration and in the wake of the Nuclear Deal, Iran was turning into a popular holiday...

Iran Hotels: Ultimate Booking Guide for 2019

Whether you are a first-time traveller or an experienced backpacker, your travel to-do list will include researching and booking...

10 Things to See and Do in Qeshm and Hormuz

The name “Iran” is likely to conjure up images of ancient historical ruins, magnificent grand mosques, and awe-inspiring architecture....
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Museums in Tehran; History in Mid-Town

The very name of “Museum” immediately takes our minds to culture, history, heritage, and art and which land is more packed with all of that than the region of Aryans – Iran. Marks of human influence of a couple of thousand years, countless dynasties emerging and vanishing and while doing so also upholding unique ideologies and thought-processes, the advent of world-conquering religions and prophesized intellectuals, and standing at the midst of Eurasian road in the best geographical location possible have all blessed Iran with a broad spectrum of ethnic groups, world-class monuments and heritage sites, exceptional traditions and beliefs, game-of-thrones like epic stories and heroes, and tons of mind-blowing archeological items scattered throughout its soil.

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Best time to visit Tehran

Tehran, the biggest and busiest city of Iran, hosts millions of people every year. Museums, fine art centers, huge exhibitions, great hospitals, prime companies, old bazaars and a fascinating blend of different cultures have made Tehran the most visited city in Iran. As an expat who has been living in the capital since 2013, I would say there is no best or worst time to visit for Tehran. However, in the article below you will find a guide on what you can do in Tehran in each season, so you would plan your trip according to your own priorities.

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Iran after the Public Protests; Safety Concerns for the Travelers

2019 marked itself with a chain of protests in France, Bolivia, Chile, Venezuela, Hong Kong, Iraq, Lebanon, and finally Iran. It was November 16 that public media broke the news of ongoing protests and turmoil in Iran triggered following a spike in the gas price. The protest went from gentle ways of signaling dissatisfaction like chanting against the government’s economic policies or blocking the highways to uncontrolled violence setting some banks and gas stations ablaze. Immediately, the government limited Internet access to prevent the protests getting viral.

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Internet in Iran; Semi-Ubiquity of Digital World

I remember a time when an Austrian biker named Chris was coming to my friend’s house in uptown Tehran. God, it’s hard to forget the look of astonishment on his face to see Tehran’s train station. If his draw could drop lower, it happened on the ride from the station, at Rah Ahan Square, to the house in uptown that took over 30 minutes.

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Tehran Transportation System

Tehran, the capital of Iran, is populated as high as New York City. It is not surprising that fourteen million people make a huge mess in the streets every day in Tehran. Sometimes it takes more than two hours to drive from east to west or south to north. The government has done its best to make an efficient public transportation system in this metropolis and lessen the traffic during the day. The article below guides you to have an outline of the public transportation system in the biggest city in Iran; Tehran.

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A Brief Guide to Kashan: Iran's Architectural Gem

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