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Report: Bright future ahead of Iran tourism

Report: Bright future ahead of Iran tourism

By: Maryam Azish. A 2017 report by World Travel and Tourism Council also indicated promising improvements in the country’s tourism industry. Iran’s tourism industry is considered as the most affordable prices in the world for foreign visitors. A biannual report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) gave Iran a score of 66.6 in terms…

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Iran sets up 24 pavilions at Berlin ITB

Iran sets up 24 pavilions at Berlin ITB

Iran is participating in the 51st Berlin International Tourism Fair (ITB) which began on March 8. The inaugural ceremony of the fair in the German capital was attended by the Head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization Zahra Ahmadipour. Iran has set up 24 pavilions and tourism offices in the expo to introduce…

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Isfahan’s Abbasi: The Middle East’s most beautiful hotel

Isfahan’s Abbasi: The Middle East’s most beautiful hotel

Flick through almost any travel magazine these days and you’re bound to come across an article hailing Iran as the next big destination. Prompting the spike in interest in the Islamic Republic is recent geopolitical wrangling in the shape of a nuclear deal with world powers that has ended some longstanding sanctions. But while the…

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Photo: The17th World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations Convention held in Tehran

Photo: The17th World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations Convention held in Tehran

The 17th World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations (WFTGA) Convention was held in Tehran on Saturday, in the presence of President Hassan Rouhani. President at the 17th WFTGA Convention: Iran proved world that it’s the country of peace, friendship Tourism results in security, culture, integrity, interaction among nations Dialogue is the shortest and the less…

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Iran could become the leading tourism market in the Middle East

Iran could become the leading tourism market in the Middle East

Iran could become the leading tourism market in the Middle East and North Africa region, says an international market analyst. Nikola Kosutic the respected international analyst and head of research for the Middle East region at Euromonitor believes that “the potential is enormous when you consider where they are now, and what they could achieve…

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Business Insider: Iran top travel destination for 2017

Business Insider: Iran top travel destination for 2017

Iran has been recommended as a top travel destination for 2017 as the country takes steps to ease visa rules for foreign tourists. Business Insider has named Iran among 50 places to travel to in 2017, commending the country’s security as a key factor behind attracting more tourists. Iran is considered as one of the…

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Kerman draws $333m in tourism

Kerman draws $333m in tourism

Iranian and foreign investors are to invest  333 million US $ in Hanzai Region of the southern province of Kerman, according to the director general of provincial Cultural Heritage Department. Mahmoud Vafaei further said that the investors intend to launch Ski piste and rest-cum-recreation compounds over an area of 1,100 hectares. “An Iranian investor and…

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An uptick in tourism of Iran

An uptick in tourism of Iran

A handful of mostly European hotel groups are looking to steal a march on their US competitors by moving into the Iranian hospitality market while US companies still face regulatory uncertainty. Most international sanctions related to Iran’s nuclear program were lifted at the start of this year. That sparked widespread interest among international companies in…

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Iran offers 13-year tax break to hoteliers

Iran offers 13-year tax break to hoteliers

Iran says it will offer a tax break of 13 years to hoteliers in what appears to be part of a policy devised to promote the country’s tourism industry. “All economic activities related to… tourism will enjoy 100 percent tax holidays between five to 13 years depending on the region,” AFP quoted Iran’s Deputy Economy…

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