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We’re a community of people who travel to Iran

See You in Iran (SYI) is the foremost platform for future and former travelers to Iran to connect with locals through experience and information sharing. As featured in Le Monde, Taz, France 24, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Iran (Newspaper), and De Correspondent, See You in Iran originally sought to counter Iranophobia through presenting people’s unfiltered narratives about traveling to Iran.

A cozy home

See You in Iran Hostel

See You in Iran Hostel and Café, is an interactive space for cultural exchange providing low-budget accommodation and featuring a public café. The first floor consists of an indoor kitchen-bar, a co-working space, a window gallery, an exhibition wall and an outdoor garden.

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Kojeen Café

Our café is both a living room for travelers a place, for hosting public cultural events and a physical space for Iranians and foreigners to interact through information and experience-sharing. At our café guests can enjoy a variety of coffees and traditional Iranian beverages while ...

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August 27, 2017

Couchsurfing: What if I am not an Indonesian?

By Ahmad Adha, SYI Facebook Group Member Hi everyone! I wanna talk about Couchsurfing. So, I've done it for almost six years, mostly hosting. Many references have been left on...
October 12, 2016

Damavand, the highest stratovolcano in Asia

By Shima Bagheri, SYI Facebook Group Member Mountain Damavand, the highest stratovolcano in Asia, 5 610 m. Situated 65 km from Tehran. Despite all my visits to Iran, I got...
October 12, 2016

Community of Afro-Iranians (African)

By: Töyyinn von Ewigerausländer, SYI Facebook Group Member Dear Group, My name is Töyyinn. After discovering Iran's rich history and culture on my maiden trip in 2015 as you may see...
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Kreso KresoAmazing

“Place is great, clean, cozy and comfortable. Staff is absolutely amazing, helpful and they'll help you with whatever need you might have. Every bed has a locker and wifi is quite fast. Coffee tastes great :)”

PSBraakmanThe best welcome to start your trip in Iran

“Kojeen, is simple the best place I stayed during my trip in Iran! Very welcome people, kind to help get started whit my trip by arranging bus tickets. The accommodation itself was nice and clean. When you stay there definitely go for the Local breakfast because that one will kick start your day! :)”

npennegInspiring and Beautiful Place

“Kojeen is way more than a hostel where you will rest and plan your trip ahead, it is a wonderful world inhabited by truly generous, passionate and warm-hearted people. The mix of local and travelers, the feeling of not being perceived and treated as a tourist but rather as an acquaintance staying over made me feel home and surrounded by a familiar crowd of friends to be.”

Meret HWonderful Place

“This was the best hostel we stayed at during our trip, by far. It had really clean rooms and bathrooms, very cool and hip atmosphere, a great cafe and so many interesting people! Unfortunately, we could only stay one night since it was otherwise (understandably) fully booked. One night in the female dorm cost us €12/person. Would definitely recommend - book in advance! Or just swing by for some coffee and interesting discussions :)”

Alessi0 1985Brilliant and Warm Welcome in Tehran

“The staff of this hostel is absolutely helpful, they’re so kind and gentle. They always welcome you and make you feel really comfortable. The rooms are big with great common space as well. Showers are good. The breakfast is so tasty! Even when they meet you in the street they're happy to spend time with guests! They also taught me many things about Iran's traditions, how to move around many many information and help. I really thank everyone of you! I hope to see you again in my life!”

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