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Dress code in Iran; Go long!

Dress codes can be real deal-breakers. Whether you’re a nurse who has set a Guinness World Record for a 26.2 miles race dressed as a nurse but are rejected for your scrubs with trousers being “too much like a doctor’s uniform” or getting booed and harassed in your hometown university for not wanting to wear a shawl in a European country, different cultures favor different dress codes.

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Find the Best Boutique Hotels in Iran

Boutique hotels in Iran have become the ultimate choice among travelers of any budget, thanks to these irresistibly charming accommodation options. Many of the below hotels have been repurposed into hotels in recent years, spending their formative years as private residences, caravansaries, and museums.

Boutique hotels in Iran provide guests with personalized services tailored to their specific needs and requirements. If you are looking for a home away from home experience, book a stay in one of these boutiques hotels specifically designed to make your stay as enjoyable as your time spent outside of it.

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Iran Stop Stamping Tourists’ Passport

During the Obama administration and in the wake of the Nuclear Deal, Iran was turning into a popular holiday destination. Even Britain removed their travel warning for Iran subject to what they announced as “decreasing hostility under President Rohani’s Government”. During this time, everything changed for travelers and Iranians alike. Improving international relations meant Iranians themselves could travel more freely and foreign tourists felt safe visiting Iran.

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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 your accommodation. However, unlike most travel destinations, for Iran, you have limited options for booking online, thanks to trade sanctions.

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