We know and its ok about normal questions from tourists who want to travel Iran, specially for tourists they want travel IRAN for first time, we answer all questions here:
According to the laws and regulations of the Islamic Republic of Iran, all women must cover their bodies.
The common cover of Iranian women is with a mantle(Mantu/Manteau) or Chador.
women Dress code:
The manteau is like a loose shirt, which generally covers up to the wrists and up to the knees, and it is mandatory for women to wear pants that cover the ankles. Also, women in Iran should cover their heads with scarves or shawls or veils.
A chador is a garment to cover the whole body, which is a full hijab and covers from head to toe.
You can see the photos of women with different coverings common in Iran.
According to the law and regulation of the Islamic Republic of Iran, all tourists must observe the coverage mentioned above in public places and choose the type of coverage based on interest, as mentioned above.
In places such as a private house or in a private room in a hotel, there is no need for coverage and the requirements are required to be present in public places.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is a country based on the Republic and Islamic principles and laws.
Upon arrival in Iran and in public places in Iran, women should wear the usual hijab, with a head covering (scarf or shawl), a dress with body covering and a knee-length dress, and the dress should cover the hands up to the wrists. Women’s pants should cover women’s ankles. Two types of cover: Manto(Mantle, Mantue)+pants + shawl/scarf or chador hijab are also approved for entering Iran and attending public places. It is not forbidden to wear simple jeans that cover up to the ankles for women.
Upon arrival in Iran and in public places in Iran, men must wear a blouse or T-shirt and ankle-length pants. It is not forbidden to use simple jeans that cover the ankles for men and are not tight.
In some pilgrimage cities or shrines, shrines and religious ceremonies, long-sleeved blouses or T-shirts are more popular with men.
Buying and selling or serving any alcoholic beverages in Iran is prohibited in accordance with current Iranian law and Islamic law.
During the holy month of Ramadan, eating and drinking in public places is prohibited due to the month of fasting and the common laws in Islamic countries and Iran. Use the restaurants in the city for tourists (who can not fast due to travel or are not required to fast during the holy month of Ramadan due to their non-Islamic religion, ….)
And according to the customs and societies in all countries, taking pictures of others without their permission is not allowed and it is also against the etiquette and custom of the Iranian society.
The rules for hijab for men and women in Iran are to cover the head and body for women. Conventional clothing for men is a blouse or a long-sleeved T-shirt or suit, whether Iranian or foreign tourists.
It is not forbidden for both men and women to wear jeans that cover the legs up to the ankles.
By searching the internet, you can see videos and clips of Iranian people wearing public clothes in accordance with Islamic law.
Here is sample photo and an example of the cover of the Iranian people.
In places of pilgrimage (mosques and shrines) women should have a chador (which can be colored) to respect and observe Islamic customs / a black chador can also be used.
During the month of Muharram, women wear black Chador(as a sign of mourning in the month of Muharram) to enter mosques and places of pilgrimage.
And of course, women who choose the hijab in public places, the color of custom in society to attend public places is black, but in mosques you can wear colored chadors for pilgrimage (except for the days of Muharram and the days of martyrdom of the Imams and the Shiite calendar ).
This photo is an example of women wearing Chador in mosques and holy places or holy shrines(colorful Chador). Colored Chador are not forbidden for use, to enter mosques and are most of times lent to women, by women in charge next to the entrance door of the mosque to women enter the mosque. Of course, the tents are clean and suitable for use, and must be handed over to the person in charge when leaving the mosque or holy shrines.
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The reality of Iran is contrary to what the media outside Iran is promoting. Iran is a modern, safe and clean country with an ancient culture that welcomes tourists.
Due to sanctions against Iran, it is not possible to use Visa and MasterCard. We suggest that you bring money in Euros or Dollars in cash with you, and in exchange offices in Iran, you can convert the desired amount into Rials / Tomans.
Iran is a beautiful, modern and safe country.
Iran has beautiful modern buildings, beautiful bridges, national archeological sites and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. More than 80% of Iranians are educated, and education up to master’s and doctoral degrees is of interest to most Iranians, and they continue their education up to this level, and studying at the bachelor’s level is the norm.
Although the media outside Iran are trying to make Iran look unsafe and we see it on various sites, we tell you: Iran is a safe country and if you travel to Iran, you will definitely have a unique travel experience that you think travels. It will no longer be beautiful to travel to Iran, Iran is a beautiful, modern country with an ancient civilization that is a valuable destination for travel.
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