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Major leap for Iranian tourism expected soon

Major leap for Iranian tourism expected soon

The Ambassador of the International Institute for Peace Through Tourism has said: “Iran is seen as a scary country from the outside, although this is based on a political agenda. Nevertheless, one must travel to Iran to see how it really is. We believe that tourism has a serious responsibility in portraying a new image of Iran worldwide.”

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New York Times reader comments on travel to Iran

New York Times reader comments on travel to Iran

A few days ago, the New York Times published its annual list of places to go in 2019. Iran was one of the countries on its list. The New York Times chose the title of “Tourism cautiously returns to this Middle East jewel” for its article and named Iran as an attractive destination.

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Iran listed on NY Times list of 52 places to go in 2019

Iran listed on NY Times list of 52 places to go in 2019

The New York Times has published a report on 52 places to go in 2019. It has ranked Iran 45th after Hong Kong and before Houston. Its main selection criteria are arts and culture programs taking place in these countries. Iran’s name is on the list while relations between the two countries is facing severe challenges.

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Iran facilitates visas for US nationals

Iran facilitates visas for US nationals

The Deputy of Iran’s Tourism Organization has announced that trips by US nationals to Iran over the first seven months of the Iranian calendar year has grown by 27 percent and said discussions were taking place to facilitate issuing visas for US nationals.

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A doll to be bought on a trip to Iran!

A doll to be bought on a trip to Iran!

“Tourists traveling to Iran find the “Djolie’ dolls irresistible to cuddle and buy. Some which are veiled from head to toe with the “chador” attract more attention because they say this is more unusual for people in their country.”

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A region in Iran with pure oxygen

A region in Iran with pure oxygen

“Silvaneh” or “Silvana” is to the southwest of West Azarbaijan Province at 30kms from Urmia, on the heights overlooking the Iran-Turkey border. The word “Silvaneh” or “Silvana” is an Italian word for a place in paradise and literally means forest.

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Saudi tourists return to Iran

Saudi tourists return to Iran

The Head of Iran’s Tourism Organization has announced a 51 percent growth in the number of tourists visiting Iran and said that Saudi and European visitors are making a comeback.

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