April 22-27, 2006 - IPM, Tehran ,Iran


 
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Travel to Tehran
Many major airlines have daily flights to Tehran:
  • Lufthansa: Every Day
  • British Airways: Every Day
  • KLM: Every Day Except Wednesdays
  • Turkish Airways: Every Day
  • Emirates: Every Day
  • Alitalia: Every Day Except Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • Air France: Every Day Except Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
  • Iran Air: Daily flights from Europe and Far East
There are special agencies in Europe, North America and Far East handling reasonably priced tickets to Tehran. If you need help in purchasing tickets to Tehran, please contact one of the organizers.
 
How to Reach IPM from the Airport
  • Upon arrival the most convenient way to reach IPM is to take a taxi at the airport directly to IPM. 
  • Please show the address to the driver. The address may be found here
    (Usually the drivers do not speak or read English.) 
  • The taxi fare is about 40,000-50,000 Rls. 
    Don't forget to ask for a receipt.
  • Make sure to take the official airport taxies which have representatives in the airport.
Important Notes
  • You may find banks to exchange major currencies at the Airport. 
    An approximate currency exchange rate is 1US$~9000 Rls and 
    1€~11000 Rls.
  • Please note that standard credit cards e.g. Visa, Master or AmEXP, cannot be used in Iran.
  • Do not forget to declare your foreign currency of more than 5000 dollars before leaving the customs area.
  • Exchanging currencies other than US dollars or Euros is not as straightforward. So, please remember to carry your money in these two currencies.
  • Note in Iran weeks start from Saturday and Friday is the official holiday. Thursdays many governmental offices are closed.
Useful Maps
  • For an Interactive map of Tehran click here 

  • For the map of Departments and buildings of IPM click here

  • For further information about Iran, Tehran and tourist attractions click here

Electrical Appliance
  • The electricity supply in Iran works at 220 V and 50 Hz. There are European standard sockets.
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