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By continuing to use this website, you consent to our use of this technology. Accept If you’re looking for a country full of surprises, then Iran is the place to go.Travelling in Iran can be an eye-opening and rewarding experience, especially for curious travellers who want to understand the country, and learn about its people and their culture — beyond political issues and news headlines.Many female travellers tend to be concerned about the dress code, which is understandable as it’s something that some of us aren’t used to.I myself was a little worried prior to my trip, but I got used to the headscarf and baggy clothes just after an hour or so of crossing into the border.You’ll need to pay special attention at the airport and at land border crossings — be sure to put on a long-sleeved shirt, pants and proper shoes.
Where the first and greatest empire of the world was founded. While your new man is (probably) a good person, culture plays into personality and habits — both of which are not easily altered, if at all. If your man is having you over for dinner with his parents, come hungry (and thirsty) and fill your plate more than once.2. Yep, Persian men takes care of himself and his room.3. To say “hello,” you would use “,” which means, “may God protect you.” Physical greetings are generally restricted to members of the same gender — men only kiss other men and women kiss other women.If you meet on the street, a handshake is the more common greeting.Even the slightest physical contact with non-family members of the opposite sex, except young children, is forbidden.Iranians also have a special social system known as , which literally means, “meeting together.” It’s a system of politeness that’s expressed in both verbal and non-verbal communications.