Travel to Iran

About Iran

Iran also known as Persia, officially the Islamic Republic of Iran is a country in Western Asia with a history of over 3,000 years and home to one of the oldest known civilizations. Iran is the 18th largest country in the world and the 17th most populated nation. Tehran is the capital and largest city of Iran. Other large metropolitan areas include, but are not limited to, Isfahan, Shiraz, Mashhad, Tabriz, Ahwaz, Yazd and Hamadan.

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Entry Visa

A citizen of a foreign country who seeks to enter Iran generally must first obtain an Iranian visa. The visa can be requested through the Iranian Embassy in the respective country or electronically (electronic visa) and receive on airport. The Congressional Secretariat issues an invitation to apply for visa, but is not responsible for approving or refusing the visa application. Also, citizens of  some countries do not need visa to enter Iran according to the relations between the two countries. Please refer to the following site for more information:
http://evisa.mfa.ir/en/

Foreign Currency Exchange
The official unit of currency is the Iranian Rial, but Iranians almost always talk in terms of Tomans, a unit equal to 10 Rials.
Please bring enough cash in Euros or US Dollars for the duration of your trip. Due to international sanctions, you cannot use credit or debit cards, travelers’ cheques or ATMs in Iran. Whichever currency you choose, the most important thing to remember is to bring as much cash as you’re likely to need, then a bit more. Currency exchange offices are located at the airport and at different locations on the country.
  
Iranian regulations about dress coding for ladies
Ladies are requested to wear scarf/shawl to enter to Iran.



Accommodation

Participants are responsible for their own travel costs to the venue of 2nd International Congress on  History of Medicine in Islam and Iran as well as for their accommodation and other associated costs. According to the agreement, the following hotels are recommended and shuttle service is supposed for them. Below you may find a suggested list of hotels.


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