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How to get to Iran without a visa?
Iran is a country of immense beauty, charm and mystery of the old world. The number of trips to Iran is increasing steadily and more and more people are choosing to visit the country.
Iran's long history, unique culture and wide range of climates make traveling in the country an unforgettable experience. From the Caspian Sea in the north to the Persian Gulf in the south, Iran is full of many tourist attractions, almost intact. The country is also home to 23 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Like any other country, Iran has its own requirements for foreign travelers. If you plan to visit Iran, you must take into account some points.
Getting an Iran visa is the first step of your plan. However, you have the opportunity to visit Iran without obtaining a visa. If you prefer to pass the visa process, you can plan a trip to Iran's visa-free destinations.

Which countries can go to Iran without a visa?

Which countries can go to Iran without a visa?
Currently, nationals of Bolivia, Venezuela, Serbia, Malaysia, Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt are allowed to enter Iran without a visa. Regulations may change over time. Iran could add more to the list of visa-free Iranians in the future.

Travelers from visa-free countries can visit Iran for the following number of days:
Armenia (90 days),
Azerbaijan (30 days),
Bolivia (30 days),
Egypt (20 days),
Georgia (45 days),
Lebanon (30 days),
Malaysia (15 days),
Serbia (30 days),
Turkey (90 days), and
Venezuela (15 days).
Travelers from a visa-free country only need a valid passport from their country of origin. Be aware that the passport must not bear Israeli stamps or exit stamps at the Egyptian or Jordanian borders on the border with Israel, otherwise they will not be allowed to enter the country.

Iranian visa upon arrival

Iran allows nationals of more than 50 countries to obtain a 30-day visa upon arrival at  the airports:

Iran allows nationals of more than 50 countries to obtain a 30-day visa upon arrival at one of these airports: Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport and airports in the cities of Mashhad, Shiraz, Isfahan , Tabriz, Ahvaz, Kish, Qeshm, Kerman. Urmia, Bandar Abbas and Bushehr. Costs vary depending on the traveler's country of origin.

Countries eligible to apply for an Iran visa on arrival include:
Albania, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belorussia, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Mongolia, Netherlands, New Zealand, North Korea, Norway, Oman, Palestine, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia , Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea. Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.
However, citizens of some countries must obtain a visa in advance.
Obtaining an Iran visa for Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Canada, Colombia, Iraq, Jordan, Somalia, the United States and the United Kingdom is only possible through embassies and consulates.
Travelers coming from countries that are not eligible for a visa at the airport will need to obtain it from an Iranian Embassy in advance. Prices vary for travelers according to their nationality.
You can secure your visa and get your authorization code within two business days with 1stQuest.

Free Zones in Iran

Iran has seven free zones. Visitors can enter the Iranian free zones, but they are prohibited from moving to other parts of the country.

Iran has seven free zones. Visitors can enter the Iranian free zones, but they are prohibited from moving to other parts of the country.

Visitors to free zones do not need an Iran visa or an Iran electronic visa. Travelers can enter the free zones and stay for up to two weeks. The stays can be extended longer. The seven free zones are Kish Island, Qeshm Island, Anzali Port, Arvand Free Zone, Aras Free Zone, Chabahar Free Trade Zone and Maku.
The process of obtaining an Iran visa is different for each nationality. Those from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom are advised to wait a minimum of six weeks for their visa to be processed.
American, British and Canadian nationals can only enter Iran if accompanied by a licensed tour guide. This does not mean, however, that your guide will monitor you during the trip. You will have your free time to find things for yourself and negotiate every aspect of your