The local currency in Iran is Rial ( Iranian Rial ) , which you can exchange US dollars, euros or even Chinese yuan everywhere in iran but we recommend that let us we do it for you with your tourguide or we give you ATM Card and you won't need to exchange anymore and you would have enough money in Iran and when you want to leave Iran and still some Rials remains we can return to you USD or Euro... While prices are written in Rial the way you would expect them, ordinary people prefer to use Toman in conversations. They would say 20,000 Toman, or just 20 Toman, when they mean 200,000 IRR. It takes some getting-used-to. If you are thinking about traveling to Iran, a very important thing to keep in mind is to have cash on you. Iran is not a part of the international bank system, and you won’t be able to use your credit card at all: Your ATMs do not recognize the international credit cards, and you won’t be able to use your card to go shopping or pay for your meals. So, you’ll need to bring as much money as you think you might need, in cash. You can be pretty sure that it would be safe to have cash on you, though. Iran is a very safe country. Nevertheless, you do need to have an estimate of how much your travel will cost you so you can come prepared, but we recommend again that ask us and order that we allocate ATM Card for you and you use Irainian ATM Card.

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