Cheap flights to Iran

Reasons To Visit Iran

Iran is a country with an incredibly rich history stretching back thousands of years and has seen many civilizations rise and fall over the centuries. There are an endless range of historic sites and ancient landmarks located around Iran such as the famous Persepolis ancient city or the ruins of Pasargad. Iran is also known for being blessed with some of the region’s finest works of architecture with its many stunning palaces like the huge Ali Qapu Royal Palace and the Chehl Sotoon Palace. There are many exciting outdoor opportunities in Iran given its diverse landscape which is home to everything from snowy mountains to endless stretches of desert. One of the most famous deserts in the country is around the ancient town of Varzaneh known for its dunes, or you can visit one of the ski resorts just north of the capital Tehran for a different experience.

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Arriving In Iran

If you are looking to catch flights from the UAE to Iran, there are a large number of airports in the country handling direct flights from the UAE including Tehran, Bandar Abbas and Kish Island. The majority of airports in the country will provide taxi services as soon as you have landed, or you may prefer to arrange private transportation or car-rental services. There are a number of airlines providing direct flights from the UAE to Iran including Etihad Airways, Emirates, IranAir and flydubai – learn more about all of the airlines which fly from the UAE to Iran.


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Iran Travel Information

As a UAE national looking to travel to Iran, you will be able to enter the country by obtaining a visa upon arrival. The climate in the country can vary considerably depending on where you are - while most would associate Iran with hot weather, there are many areas of the country which experience freezing temperatures and plenty of snowfall including Tehran. Remember that Iran is 30 minutes behind the UAE, so don’t forget to change your clocks when you land.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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