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1. Posted by hameghlim (Budding Member 3 posts) 1w Star this if you like it!

Hello guys. I would like to know your opinion about traveling to Iran. Is there anyone here who has traveled to Iran?

2. Posted by Andrew Mack (Respected Member 657 posts) 1w Star this if you like it!

As you live in Iran (as per your profile) maybe you could tell us your opinion of your country.

3. Posted by ToddP (Full Member 122 posts) 1w Star this if you like it!

Quoting Andrew Mack

As you live in Iran (as per your profile) maybe you could tell us your opinion of your country.

Interesting indeed...

4. Posted by hameghlim (Budding Member 3 posts) 1w Star this if you like it!

Quoting Andrew Mack

As you live in Iran (as per your profile) maybe you could tell us your opinion of your country.

Unfortunately, due to the poor conditions of the Islamic Republic, many tourists do not come to Iran. But if I want to say about the tourist attractions of Iran, in one word, our country is unique.

5. Posted by Andrew Mack (Respected Member 657 posts) 1w Star this if you like it!

Quoting hameghlim

Unfortunately, due to the poor conditions of the Islamic Republic, many tourists do not come to Iran.
But if I want to say about the tourist attractions of Iran, in one word, our country is unique.

Unfortunately I have not visited Iran, but I have a few friends that have travelled through (mainly using motorbikes) and said that it was a beautiful country with lovely people who insisted upon feeding them whenever they stopped... Also a friend that did lots of business there and he said Iran was one of his favourite countries in the world before the Shah was overthrown.
Like some other countries, it appears that the reputation of the government makes travellers miss out on visiting Iran.

The motorbike guys also said that their visa/documents to allow the bike into/out of the country were only allowed for a short period (I can't remember how long), and they couldn't spend long relaxing in one place as they risked not reaching the exit border before the visa etc expired. Although they were a few years ago, so maybe that's changed now.

[ Edit: Edited on 07-Feb-2019, at 15:13 by Andrew Mack ]

6. Posted by hameghlim (Budding Member 3 posts) 1w Star this if you like it!

Quoting Andrew Mack

Quoting hameghlim

Unfortunately, due to the poor conditions of the Islamic Republic, many tourists do not come to Iran.
But if I want to say about the tourist attractions of Iran, in one word, our country is unique.

Unfortunately I have not visited Iran, but I have a few friends that have travelled through (mainly using motorbikes) and said that it was a beautiful country with lovely people who insisted upon feeding them whenever they stopped... Also a friend that did lots of business there and he said Iran was one of his favourite countries in the world before the Shah was overthrown.
Like some other countries, it appears that the reputation of the government makes travellers miss out on visiting Iran.

The motorbike guys also said that their visa/documents to allow the bike into/out of the country were only allowed for a short period (I can't remember how long), and they couldn't spend long relaxing in one place as they risked not reaching the exit border before the visa etc expired. Although they were a few years ago, so maybe that's changed now.

Yes it's true. Iranian people are very hospitable. As I said, the Islamic Republic has eliminated Iran's popularity. We do not want the Iranian people of this republic, but we have no right to protest. I hope that one day, Iran will return to its good days and we can be a good host for you

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