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The 10 Best Hotels in Tehran

The 10 Best Hotels in Tehran

Tehran, Iran is a beautiful city with beautiful views that can captivate and mesmerize you. If you are thinking of taking a trip to explore this beautiful city, then you would be in need of premium accommodation.

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French artist charmed by Iranian hospitality

French artist charmed by Iranian hospitality

French photographer Alain Ceccaroli and his wife, who visited Iran to hold a photography exhibition, said they were charmed by Iranian culture and hospitality. Ceccaroli said that he plans to return to Iran in the coming months and enjoy its special attractions. A collection of 20 black-and-white photographs featuring mountain landscapes was on view at…

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Review: Modern Iran, Ancient Persia

Review: Modern Iran, Ancient Persia

But if there’s one thing that defines Iran, it’s change. It’s not a scary place. The treasures of ancient Persia still stand and have not been bulldozed in the way we have seen with other extreme ideological societies. The people are not extreme and outsiders are welcomed, albeit some nationalities with more restriction.

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Video: WHY I’m GOING to IRAN

Video: WHY I’m GOING to IRAN

Anissa Syifa Adriana Indonesian female solo traveler write review on Iran: It has been 3 weeks that I travel around Iran. Tomorrow I am leaving this beautiful country. I am sad. And that statement is even underrated. I haven’t posted any photos in Iran because I don’t feel the need to. I don’t need extravagant…

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All you need to know about Skiing in Iran

All you need to know about Skiing in Iran

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 resorts. All useful information are published on his website: – Presentation of the resorts –…

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The top 10 things to see in Qeshm

The top 10 things to see in Qeshm

Pontia Fallahi: When most people think about travel in Iran, they think of Shiraz and Isfahan, the big brothers of Iranian history and civilization. Few think of Iran as an island destination when, in fact, there are two major islands: Kish and Qeshm. Both islands are free-trade zones, and foreign tourists require no visa for…

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The New Yorker: Vacation in Iran

The New Yorker: Vacation in Iran

In the nineteen-eighties, when I was a child, my family rarely took vacations. There had been a revolution in Iran, and there was a war on. Most of our trips were to the gardens of family and friends; a couple of times we went to Shomal, as the green band of forests south of the…

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Iran 2016 Tourism Review

Iran 2016 Tourism Review

A look at what transpired in the past 12 months in Iran’s gradually-developing travel industry: This was a good year for Iran’s nascent tourism sector. Old flight routes resumed operations while new ones were established, the UNESCO World Heritage List featured two more Iranian sites and reputable international groups announced plans to open hotels in…

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Isfahan is in the 50 Most Beautiful Cities in the World

Isfahan is in the 50 Most Beautiful Cities in the World

The traveler  Mag introduce the 50 Most Beautiful Cities in the World and Isfahan is one of it. Isfahan by Traveler We seek beauty in many forms: through art and architecture; from water views and mountain highs; in its people and its history. This list circles the globe, finding the most beautiful cities in the…

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Tourist Review: The red clay village Abyaneh and Kashan

Tourist Review: The red clay village Abyaneh and Kashan

  Tourist Review The red clay village Abyaneh and Kashan By, Andri Wilberg Orrason: There are many old historical mountain villages in Iran, where the clock seem to tick slower then in the bigger cities. We decided to visit one of them, Abyaneh, often referred to as the Red Village for its red mud brick…

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