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Iran Visa for Chinese, Hongkongers and Macanese has been Waived

According to the Iranian government’s official notification, China, Hong Kong and Macau passport holders’ visas for travel to Iran have been waived.  consequently, from now on the citizens of these three countries can visit Iran and stay in the country for 21 days without a visa.Accordingly, visa cancellation will provide more convenience for Chinese, Hongkonger […]

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Caspian Hyrcanian Mixed Forests

Remained from Ice Age, the Caspian Hyrcanian Mixed Forests region is a  larg  area of green lowlands and massive forests covering about 55,000 squares along the 850 km of the Caspian Sea shore in Iran and Azerbaijan. Most of this forest area is located in Iran. On July 10th of 2019, the Iran Hyrcanian Forests [...]
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Iran-Austria Relations

Since about 160 years ago, Iran and Austria have had a real, low-tension relationship. The most important event between these two countries was Austria hosting for Iran's Nuclear negotiations, which ultimately led to a final agreement on the Iran nuclear program.  Iran and Austria's diplomatic relations date back to Safavid era, particularly Shah Tahmasb reign [...]
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A local Academic and Training Institute based on the Global Knowledge

Gardeshgaran Shiraz traveling agency started its activity in 1999 with a tour license (clause B), and in 2003 obtained a license from Iran Aviation Organization and then became a member of IATA in 2006. In order to serve better services to people who are eager to take part in Tourism Industry, the company established a [...]
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Nowruz, Iranian New Year Celebration

contents      What is Nowruz?      Spring Cleaning (Khouneh Tekouni)      Family Shopping in Nowruz      Hajji Firuz      Haft Sin      Visiting Celebrations      Iranian New Year Meals      Sizdah Bedar What is Nowruz? Norooz, the Persian new year is a traditional festival marking the first [...]
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Iran 10-day travel Spiegel Family – May 2018

Iran 10-day travel Spiegel Family - May 2018 Our family has made a tour in Iran in the first 10 days of May 2018. We were looking for a bit of adventure in an ancient culture unknown to us. To experience something special, but not too far away from home and safe enough for us [...]
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“Silk Road” the Ancient Trade Network

[mpc_textblock content_width="100" margin_divider="true" mpc_tooltip__border_divider="true" mpc_tooltip__padding_divider="true"] The Silk Road (Silk Route) was an ancient network of trade routes founded during the Han Dynasty of China, that went through the regions of Eurasia and linked them in commerce. While many kinds of goods traveled along the Silk Road, the name Originated from the silk which was the Chinese Valuable commodity. The Silk Routes expanded [...]
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IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL TO IRAN AFTER TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN??

An Iranian Adventure By Mike Rudge   When Margaret and I told people we were going to visit Iran, the common response was along the lines of, “You’re what! You must be mad. Trump is about to bomb the place.” But we had paid the fares, bought our travel insurance and collected our prescriptions, so [...]
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Big Group Tours to Iran

  “How nice it would be if the whole world comes together as one happy family, if we could all keep sharing all the things we have - what joy, what peace, what contentment!” A very Meaningful and nice statement from a community called Samratchana (means "Total Protection") in Chennai, India, where “Baba” and his [...]
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Is Iran a family-friendly vacation destination?

Tourism has potential for being a long-term activity for the planet. So, the kids who are the future kings of the earth play a significant role in this activity. When we plan our family holidays, if we consider travelling with our children we should provide the situation for them to have fun and learn during the trip, it will bring us closer to responsible tourism and leads us to a more [...]
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Christmas in Iran

Around 25th December to the 6th January, at the time that Christmas holidays coming, the Armenian residency and fashionable shops turn on a new decor and make a pleasant vibe. In Armenian district the smell of doughnuts and coffee comes from little confectionaries, making every passenger set foot in the shop and buy some delicious [...]
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7 Things to know about Iran Tourist Visa on Arrival in 2018

How to get on arrival Iran visa in 2018? Is it necessary to have Iran visa as a permission to enter Iran? So many tourists who plan to travel to Iran wonder; how and when to proceed to get Iran visa? And, How to get Urgent Iran visa for travelling? This article is about most important […]

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Celebrating Yalda Night

Celebrations in every nation and country may hold for families to gather together, youngsters sit side by side of their elders, and experiencing happy moments and memories. Theses things remind us how majestic nature is and how merciful God has been toward us. Yalda Night is an Iranian ancient ceremony which is considered as the [...]
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Top 20 Motives to Visit Iran (4)

16. Ta’rof! As we talked about it at the first step, being Friendly is the most amazing feature of travelling to Iran. Iranians always treat their guest in the best possible way. Taarof is a unique Persian culture makes you feel not a stranger at all, although it may cause some cultural misunderstanding ?…It can’t […]

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Top 20 Motives to visit Iran (3)

11. Where is modern day Susa? Even if you don’t normally seek out ancient ruins, these three World Heritage sites will make you reconsider. The great bulk and fascinating back story make the Choqa Zanbil Ziggurat, which dates back a mere 34 centuries, one of the most impressive historical sites in a region full of […]

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Top 20 Motives to Visit Iran (2)

6. Yummy Trip Iranian food is one delicious surprise after another. Once you’ve tried several varieties of kabab, khoresht (stew), ash (soup) and flat bread, ask for Fesenjun (chicken in walnut and pomegranate sauce) or anything with Bademjan (eggplant), or try Gilan cuisine with its predominantly sour flavors, this city is the only registered UNESCO […]

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Top 20 Motives to Visit Iran (1)

1. Friendly People The first impression after entering the country is "Do they know me?!" In any competition for the title of the world’s friendliest people, Iranians would be definite finalists. It’s the people that leave the most lasting impressions from any journey to Iran, their warmth and their hospitality, their willingness to set aside enmities between [...]
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Jashk Salt Dome 

 an Amazing Geological Attractions in Iran Are you interested in adding off-beaten attractions to your Iran tour?! Salt dome or as Iranian call it Kuh-e Namak, is one of the magnificent natural beauties all over the world. Jashk salt dome also known as Dashti salt dome is the biggest sample in Iran and also middle […]

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Top 5 Traditional Hotels of Middle East in Iran 2018

Each year Trip advisor, the world famous tourism magazine, announces Best Middle East B&Bs and Inns. In 2017, Iranian House,  Saraye Ameriha,  Manouchehri house and Ehsan house were 4 suggested Traditional and Historical House in Kashan among 25 Best Bed and Breakfast hotels and inns. They were also Top accommodation in Kashan based on tourist reviews in 2017. [...]
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Top 10 Things to Do in Isfahan

Isfahan one of the best and most beautiful and tidiest cities of Iran used to be the capital of Persia in glory days of 17th century. It is called “half-of-the-world” by many people due to its uniqueness and grandeur. It is a live museum of artisans and the handicrafts with its historic bazaar, attractive bridges, [...]
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