Question 7:What is the Iranian Currency?

There is an official currency which use in banks and offices and also in verbal documents that is "Rial".
Another currency use in oral and daily usage between people and shopkeepers is "Toman".
When shopping, Be sure to know the price and currency.

Question 8: Where can one exchange money?

Do not change money on the street, as this practice is illegal in Iran. Money can be exchanged at the airport on arrival or at banks and exchange offices (“sarrafi”) throughout the country. Banks are open from Sunday to Wednesday, 07:30 to 16:00; Thursdays, 07:30 to 12:00; and closed on Fridays. U.S. dollars, Euro, British Pounds, Japanese Yen and many more can be easily exchanged, but the exchange rates are not fixed and must be checked with banks. Do not change money on the street, as this practice is illegal in Iran.

Question 9: Is it possible to pay by credit card?

No, it’s not. Visa and Mastercard are not accepted in Iran, so make sure to have enough cash for the whole duration of your stay. You’d better travel with U.S. dollars or Euros and exchange them in major cities at currency exchange outlets.

Question 10: What is the Internet access like in Iran?

You’ll be able to access the Internet in Iran’s cities.in many hotels and cafes internet access is free. Also you can buy Iran SIMcard and use mobile network everywhere. Expect little or no access in rural and remote areas.

Question 11:Is international driving license accepted & are women allowed to drive?

Yes, international driving license is accepted, and you can rent a car for a known time. Women can drive in Iran.
Also steering wheel is in the left side of cars in Iran.

Question 12: What is the electricity voltage in Iran?

220 volts AC, 50Hz.To use power outlet in Iran you need plug type E.