whether you're married or not married, couples usually do not have a problem for passing the night at hotels.



Things are pretty simple: whether you're married or not married, couples usually do not have a problem for passing the night at hotels. They will never be asked for a wedding certificate before taking a room! Forget about the stories hanging around the forums, how good it is to wear an alliance to reassure the Iranians, as if they were fooled and needed to be reassured! They know perfectly well that you are not muslim... In religious cities like Mashhad, the Iranians propose to the descent of the train or buses of "rooms at inhabitant without paper" ...

Several Internet users have however reported difficulties for the nights and were summoned to the police station to justify their marital status.

In the streets, you have to live like Iranians. You can hold your hand a little, slip an arm over your shoulder, but the hugs, kisses and the gestures say "displaced" are probably completely excluded ...

And gay and lesbian couples? On this subject, frankly say that currently a trip to Iran is not recommended. Now, we can be wrong, but let's say that caution still requires avoiding Iran.