This is why you need to visit Iran
This is why you need to visit Iran and its beauties. If you’re considering to visit Iran, this is the right article for you.
We are going to tell you all about Iran, its culture and etc…
Iran is a wonderful country for all to visit, whether you’re interested in food, culture, history, shopping, religion, architecture or politics. It all blends together to make for one incredible experience.
Many foreigners think Iranians are Arabs. They’re not.
People think that bombs go off in Iran. They never do.
People think that Iranians are terrorists. You’d be hard pressed to find a terrorist outside of sketchy border areas.
Iranian People and hospitality
One thing is for sure, the people in Iran are the most hospitable you’ll ever come across in your travels.
They are friendly and helpful and will extend a helping hand to even strangers so you need not really worry when you approach someone and ask for help.
Iranians are genuinely intrigued by foreigners and welcome the opportunity to speak to you.
Where are you from? Where are you going? Have you been here before?
Get ready to hear these 3 question wherever you go.
If the conversation carries on, Iranian people will be genuinely interested in your family, your education, your beliefs and your stance on Iranian politics, customs and ceremonies. People who approach you on the street in Iran are always sincerely interested in you and your perspective on their country.
Major tourist sites
You can visit tourist sites for days in almost every city in Iran. Shiraz, Tehran, Isfahan and Kerman are full of places to visit during your travel. Just click on each one to see our Top 5 places to visit in every city.
The Food !
Make room in your stomach for the amazing food from herb stews to kebabs to die for. You must also try the Dizi, a meat and bean stew that is served in a stone pot. Pour out the broth in a bowl then dip flat bread in it. Then mash up the stew with a pestle in the pot and eat with the flat bread.
there’s a vast spectrum of foods: caviar, pickle, and smoked fish in the north; samosas, falafel and hot and sour shrimp in the south; noodles, flatbread and rosewater-scented ice cream across the country.
Oh, and whatever you do, do NOT forget to eat Tahdig (crunchy fried rice) !