Did you make your decision and did you choose Iran as your destination?
This is awesome and sure, the most exciting experiences will be waiting for you. Now that you are going to travel to Iran, keep in mind that in general, Iran is one of the cheapest destinations for travel, and this is true for shipping costs to Iran.
It should be noted that the costs of traveling to Iran is related to the company providing the transportation service, the origin of the trip, as well as the time of your trip. Obviously, the more you farther away from Iran, the more you will pay for the ticket.
Travel to Iran by plane
Traveling to Iran by plane is the most common way that tourists choose to get to Iran. Reducing travel time, as well as the welfare of most airline service users are the reasons why airlines have become popular and are the first choice for tourists. Most people who buy a package of Iranian tours come to Iran by a plane. Depending on their journey time and the tour guide’s plans, they may travel in Iran with domestic tours from one city to another, or use other types of conventional transportation in Iran.
Road Trip to Iran
Traveling through the road and by car to Iran is mostly common among tourists in neighboring countries. Also, backpackers and cyclists often travel to Iran through it. Citizens of all countries with Iran visa waivers can travel to the country through the Iranian border, with the possession of their identity cards. To find out more about the rules of travel to Iran without a visa, you can visit the Iranian visa page. Unlike most other countries in the world, the cost of bus and taxi in through the border of Mehran, you can only buy a regular bus ticket with a payment of 64 thousand Tomans and go to Tehran. By paying 107,000 Tomans, you can also take VIP buses from Mehran to Tehran. Often, Iraqi tourists enter Iran through land and road borders for the pilgrimage purposes.
Travel to Iran by ship
There are not many options for sailing to Iran. You can travel to Iran only from some countries and routes. There are ferries that travel Between Iran (Bushehr port) and Kuwait. You can also travel from Oman to Qeshm Free Area. There is also a ferry from Muscat to Chabahar. The cost of these trips is relatively expensive given the distance between the source and destination. For example, the Omani ferry ticket to Iran is sold at the price of 400-600 and 800 thousand tomans according to the facilities provided in the ships.
Shipping is not possible inside Iran, and it has a simple reason. Iran does not have navigable rivers
Travel to Iran by train
First, let’s tell you that there are not many choices to travel to Iran through rail lines. It is possible to travel to Iran from some neighboring countries through international trains. International rail trips are usually used for those people who are banned or have restrictions for air travel. So, if you have no choice but to use the train and the railroads, you can take yourself to the areas that have rail exchanges with Iran, and then enter Iran. This method requires a lot of time, but it may be your best choice given your conditions and your taste.
It is possible to enter Iran by train from some cities in Turkey such as İzmir, Ankara, Van and Istanbul. There were trains from Iran to Syria, and vice versa, which have been running until the last few years, however, because of the crises in Syria, the use of rail lines between Iran and Syria has been stopped. It is also possible to enter Iran from Nakhchivan. Nakhchivan Train goes to Mashhad. Trains are also in transit between Iran and Baku. The low cost of traveling to Iran through rail lines (it costs 200 thousand toman travel from Tehran to Ankara). Also, having beautiful landscapes is one of the reasons why some people prefer to use it to travel to Iran. There are trains from Kuwait to Ahwaz. Keep in mind that these trains are only available in a limited number of days each month, which requires a pre-trip planning. The north-south railway of Iran has a historical and famous bridge called Veresk Bridge that has played an indirect role in World War II. It may also be interesting for you to know that the train stations in Savadkuh, Geduk, Degu’l, Veresk, Sorkhabad, Tirtash and Mir-Jawah have been listed on the National Iranian Book List.