Iran is known as a country of 4 seasons from cold and mountainous to warm and dry climates. The diversity in climate as well as an eventful history has led people to have various
, dialects and customs, but they all have one thing in common: kindness. You never get lost, get into trouble or feel lonely in Iran, because there is always someone around to help. Some tourists at their very first visit to Iran are surprised by the hospitality of people in a way that they think this warmness is a plan for selling something or deceiving them but soon they realize that there is no plan except kindness. Security, respect and assistance to tourists, either individually or in groups, can be found even in public transport such as buses and taxis.
The culture of hospitality is originated from nature, history and religion of Iranians. The signs of Iranians hospitality can be seen in the architecture of
. The old houses had rooms or halls called “Guesthouse” and were used to accommodate guests there have always been guest accommodations such as extra bedding and dishes in Iranian houses. Moreover, in Islam, as the dominant religion of the Iranians, hospitality is highly recommended and many quotes from Muslim leaders are available in this regard.