Going to Iran, is it dangerous? Here you have all the information about when to go and what to see

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Martí Micolau

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Asia, Iran, homeland of one of the oldest civilizations in the world: according to available data, the first dynasty that was formed in Iran dates back to 2.800 BC. C.., under the reign of Elam.

A succession of dynasties and regimes has led this beautiful state to the present day, making it a very welcome destination for those who love nature, L 'archeology el 'oriental-style architecture.


  1. Attack risk: Is going to Iran dangerous?
  2. Tips for women: here's how to dress
  3. What to See
  4. Climate in Iran: when to go?
  5. User questions and comments

Attack risk: Is going to Iran dangerous?

Despite the rumor, the answer is: no, going to Iran is not dangerous. Indeed, every fear is rewarded by all the wonders that can be admired and by the people who meet there: Iran allows you to discover new traditions, to observe unusual architecture for us Europeans and to live experiences that each of us can remember for the rest of one's life. All this while dealing with an overall low cost.

Tips for women: here's how to dress

And now some little tricks for women, remember that whoever violates the rules even risks arrest. First of all, let's dispel the myth of burqua: in Iran it is not worn. To access the religious places it is recommended to dress him chador, a kind of sheet in which the woman is wrapped from head to toe, while instead it is mandatory everywhere - with the exception of the hotel room and private homes - the veil, which must cover the head and neck, leaving the face free.
In addition to this, women can't show their curves, for this reason it is also mandatory to wear long dresses at least up to mid-thigh. The arms, shoulders and breasts must also be covered.

What to See

Iran is a land of wonders and continuous discoveries: there are many recommended itineraries from tourist guides. For example, a visit to the city of is highly recommended Esfahan (Isfahan), with its very famous Imam Square, considered by many one of the most beautiful squares in the world, from which it is possible to proceed towards Khaju Bridge, the famous Bazaar dating back to the th century, the mosques and the Armenian quarter. A visit to the Vank Cathedral.
By bus or train you can comfortably move towards Yazd, which is 300 km from Esfahan: a not indifferent journey, but it is definitely worth it. Yazd indeed has one old city made entirely of brick and mud, with narrow and high alleys. Very beautiful Water Museum and Towers of Silence.
Finally, here is a list of the 10 Iranian attractions and places that will leave you speechless:

  1. Badab-e surt: natural site in the province of Mazandaran and characterized by the formations of terraced travertine steps, created over thousands of years, from which thermal water emerges;
  2. Sheikh lotfollah mosque: mosque dating back to 1.600 and a real architectural masterpiece;
  3. Naqsh e jahàn square: marvelous square overlooked by splendid mosques and palaces, and for almost 40 years a UNESCO World Heritage Site;
  4. Persepolis: city of enormous historical importance, never finished due to the invasion by Alexander the Great. Its ruins were discovered during the fifteenth century AD;
  5. Chogha Zanbil Ziggurat: ancient complex of buildings dating back to the thirteenth century. to. C .;
  6. Golestan Palace: historic residence of the Qaiar royal dynasty, located in Teheran, the capital of Iran;
  7. National Jewelry Museum: also located in Tehran, it displays some of the most opulent collections of jewels in the Iranian kingdom;
  8. Siosepol Bridge: famous bridge located in Isfahan, dating back to 1.000 AD and characterized by 33 arches;
  9. Meymand: very ancient country, it is thought dating back to 12.000 years ago;
  10. Kabud Mosque: also known as the "Blue Mosque", it is one of the architectural masterpieces of the Islamic era.

Climate in Iran: when to go?

I best times to visit Iran are the spring, in particular the month of April, andautunno. In these seasons the temperatures are mild, even if being a very large territory they vary from area to area: for example, in the most populated areas there can be significant changes in temperatures between summer and winter, and even heavy snow, especially in areas north-western part of the country where during the months of January and February it even drops to -10 degrees.
The arid climate is instead predominant in desert areas, so if you want to visit the desert it is not recommended to go in the summer due to excessive drought.

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