Driving is often dangerous and seat belts should be worn at all times.If you are going to use roads and ground transportation, there's a website maintained by the government's Ministry of Transportation and Urban Development available here or here that publishes roads' statuses.For information on Iranian visas please refer the Iran#visas page.
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There are at least one train each day to the Iranian cities of Mashhad, Isfahan, Tabriz, Kerman, Yazd, Sari, Gorgan, Ahvaz and Bandar Abbas.
There was a train that ran between Tehran and either Ankara (€45) or Istanbul (€50), but it is currently suspended due to the security situation in eastern Turkey.
Even though the Qajar dynasty was in a period of decline, Tehran soon took the shape of a modern city.
The structure of large government buildings, new streets, recreation centres, urban service organizations, and academic and methodical centres were started, even as most of the old gates and buildings were destroyed and the city's old architectural fabric replaced by a contemporary one.
Tehran is also a city of parks and possesses more than 800 of them, all well-kept.
The city is nearly a mile high above sea level and as a result is cooler than other cities in the middle east.
In winter, the mountain hotels and ski-clubs at Shemshak, and Dizine are full several days a week.
Some specialist skiers consider the snow value in northern Tehran to be one of the most excellent in the world.
Tehran is a cosmopolitan city, with great museums, parks, restaurants, warm friendly people.
It deserves at least a few days of your Iranian itinerary.
Tehran has an inexpensive but confusing bus network.