Good to know information for citizens traveling to Iran
- Telecommunication Company of IranMobile Telecommunication Company of IranMTN IrancellRighTel Communications
- In Iran the power plugs and sockets are of type C and F The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz
- General emergencies is 110 112 and 911 redirect to 110 on mobile phones
- Iran Daylight TimeTime zone in Iran (GMT+4:30)
Iran is a large country in the Greater Middle East, and it is known as the former Persia. As you may very well know, the Persian Empire was vast, but as it happened with many other empires, it was reduced to what we know today. Nevertheless, it has a fascinating history that is worth learning about. Apart from that, you can do a lot of things in Iran that you may find exciting. You can go skiing near Tehran. There are 5 ski resorts there. Desert trekking is a favorite activity in Iran, and if you want to go swimming, the Caspian Sea and the Persian Gulf have some fantastic beaches. You can visit palaces, tombs of famous people, and ancient cities. Before planning the itinerary for Iran, it is best if you find out whether or not you need a visa to enter the country.