The cost of traveling across Iran will go down before the end of the Iranian year (March 20), according to an Iranian lawmaker.
Citizens of 180 countries around the world will be able to obtain e-visas upon arrival at the Urmia International Airport in northwestern Iran, an Iranian official announced.
Since the historic nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers came into effect last year, foreign media outlets have been introducing Iran as a must-see destination in 2017, anticipating a great future for the country’s untapped tourism industry.
An Iranian tourism official announced that facilities as much as $340 million will be allocated to the private sector’s investment in tourism.
A book on Iranian art and architecture, titled ‘Les Coupoles Persanes’, (in English ‘Persian Cupolas: the Art of Skies and the Earth’), has been published in France.
Head of Borujen Department of Environment said that over 150,000 aquatic and flocks birds arrived in Choghakhor and Gandoman wetlands in this province in west of country.
A programme is underway in Iran’s capital in which people can share their experiences of visiting Tehran’s tourist attractions with the blind through voice messages.
Iran has been named as a top travel destination for 2017 as the country's tourism market is undergoing rapid change following last year’s landmark nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
Iran’s Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanaei said Tehran is ready to fully abolish its visa regime with Moscow.
A ranking Russian diplomat unveiled plans for a new agreement between Tehran and Moscow that will allow Iranian tourists to travel to Russia for 15 days without a visa.
A professor of astronomy from New Zealand has had a two-week trip to Iran and shared his delightful experiences in the country.
The giant French hotel operator Accor Hotels follows a special mission in Iran and plans to implement several projects around the country within the next 10 years.
Iranian Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanaei predicted that negotiations between Tehran and Moscow about the removal of visa requirements for nationals of the two countries could start next year.
Iran is going to receive 300 professional tour leaders from across the globe, an official said.
Iran is home to 19 UNESCO-registered sites, including the ancient city of Bisotun and the ancient Persian capital of Persepolis.
“Never before had I been to a country whereby the preconceptions of it were so far away from reality… the people of Iran are the best.” These are the words of Kim Berghout, a hitchhiking world-traveling adventurer from the Netherlands who has shared her experiences about visiting Iran.