Travelling to Iran will definitely turn into a more charming and delightful experience when you get aware of the religious and cultural considerations and rules. In spite of the existing common belief, the rules are not as strict as they seem to be.
Let’s review some basic and popular ones:
♦In Iran wearing follows a fairly strict rule where women are obligated to wear hijab. It would be against the law too to wear short shorts or too short-sleeved clothes.
♦Any physical connection to women are restricted such as shaking hands and kissing
♦Alcohol is not served in restaurants and sold in the stores and obviously you won’t find any bars.
♦Iranians largely stand on ceremony giving compliments and offer regularly. It is considered to be polite to accept something being offered to you on the second or third time and not immediately on the first time.
♦Iranians care about religious beliefs and deeds greatly and expect others to respect them
Meeting Iranians would be a stunning and charming experience since they are cheerful, hospitable and kind.