• Can I take photos of religious Iranian families, especially women?

    No, please ask before taking photos.
  • Do policemen speak English?

    Most of them only speak Farsi, but they are very helpful.
  • Are you allowed to take photos of military areas or some holy places?

    No, you are not.
  • Are there English newspaper and magazines?

    Yes there are.
  • Are there international mail services?

    Yes there are
  • Are taxis or local transports available?

    Yes, but no taximeters in most of them. It is advisable to agree one a fare before hand. The majority of taxi drivers speak Farsi. The airport taxi fare is a little higher. For Traveling between cities one can use taxi, bus, railway and air craft.

  • Can I have handy cams or cameras?

    Yes, you can.
  • Is the power supply 220 volts 50 cycles AC.?

    Yes it is. The power socket outlets are 2 round circles, in which a plug with two pins can be inserted.
  • Are roads in good condition?

    Yes they are.
  • Are international driving licenses accepted by the police?

    Yes they are.
  • Are women allowed to drive in Iran?

    Yes they are
  • Are there Telephone, Fax, E-mail and Internet?

    Yes, there are.
  • Is it possible to pay by credit cards?

    No. You need to pay cash.
  • Where can I exchange money?

    You can exchange at the airport or any bank or exchange shop.
  • What is the Iranian currency?

    It is Rial. In daily trade, Iranians use another unit called “Toman” which is the unit for 10 Rials.
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