If you plan to travel to Iran, write these points down somewhere.
In the first step, you need to get a visa.
After getting Iran visa, as a woman, put a scarf in your handbag and try to wear a dress. Iran is a Muslim country, and women wearing hijabs can be present in public places.
Also, you cannot consume alcoholic beverages in public areas. Of course, according to Iranian law, hotels do not serve alcoholic beverages to foreign tourists.
Bring some US dollars or Euros with yourself. Visitors can easily change in the exchange offices. Iran is a cheap country, and you don’t need to bring a lot of money.
In Iran, you can use your mobile phone for one month.
International credit cards are useless in Iran. Travelers can pay expenses by getting short-term credit cards when you travel to Iran.
You don’t have to tip anyone in Iranian restaurants.
You can get a discount when shopping or taking a taxi.
Friday is a public holiday in Iran, so banks and government offices do not work.
The currency of Iran is Rial, but people use Toman for daily affairs.
The young people in Iran are somewhat fluent in English. But bring a guidebook with you or use the available applications to translate and convey your meaning to Iranians.
Don’t talk politics.
Please, don’t show public displays of affection.
Don’t throw toilet paper in the toilet.
Please, don’t shake hands with members of the opposite sex in public.
Don’t wear shoes indoors.