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Pete R.:  I thought I knew what a good hospitality is like.. until I came to Iran. "Why go to Iran?" This is a question people often asked when I tell them I was going there. I would have ask the same if it wasn't the words of mouth I heard over the years about how awesome Iran is, how incredibly friendly the people are, and how off the beaten path the whole country is. The first day I arrived in Tehran, I was walking around the Bazaar and we were approached by several locals asking what we think about Iran, gave us free tea and cakes, and allowed us to roam their warehouses without asking for anything in return. This similar scenario happened a lot more throughout my 2 weeks time in Iran and really got me thinking about how misinformed I was about the country. It is very safe to travel in Iran, easy to do it independently as the locals will go out of their ways to help you, and the people are one of the friendliest people in the world. Not to mention how beautiful the landscape ...

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      Ramadan in Iran with Coronavirus

      April 26, 2020
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      Anti Coronavirus operation all over IRAN/Photo+Video

      March 14, 2020
    • Last winter, Baptiste, a young 28 years old French man, travelled across Iran during two months, looking for all the ski resorts. Baptiste project named 'Ski of Persia' is now online and gives a good overview of 13 Iranian ski ...

      All you need to know about Skiing in Iran

      September 20, 2017
    • Iranian film 'The Salesman' on Sunday won the Oscar for best foreign language film, but director Asghar Farhadi skipped the Hollywood gala to protest a travel ban by US President Donald Trump. Farhadi initially said he would head to Hollywood ...

      ‘The Salesman’ take second Oscar for Iran

      March 1, 2017
    • Iranians believe that the harp is the modernized version of the ancient string instrument known as the Chang, which originated in Persia thousands of years ago. In this feature, we will find out if the harp is really Persian in origin. By Ali ...

      Video: Chang; Persia’s String Instrument

      January 18, 2017
    • Christian Iranians living in the city of Jolfa in central Iranian province of Isfahan, like other Christian cities across the globe, are preparing themselves for the beginning of the new Christian year. Jolfa: The Armenian Quarter The ...

      Photo: Christmas preparing in Isfahan

      December 28, 2016
    • Yalda Night, known also as the Chelleh Night, falls on December 20, this year. Considered the longest night of the year when the ancient Iranians celebrated the birth of Mithra, the goddess of light, the Yalda Night was registered on the Iran’s ...

      Photo: Iranian preparing for Yalda Night+Video

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79 Reason to Visit Iran

  Visit Iran - 79 reasons and places that will make Iran your next travel destination João Leitão: Iran is an amazing country. Do you have any doubts about it? I know that the general opinion in the West is that Iran is a dangerous country. The NEWS in Europe and the US tell us about a different Iran. They describe a place full of violence that makes us believe the country is populated with mad, unfriendly and ferocious people. Well, we got that ...

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