Oman’s minster of heritage and culture has praised the huge number of tourist attractions in Iran, stressing the country’s great capacity in the field of tourism should be used to promote the Islamic Republic’s image across the world.
A delegation comprising wives of foreign diplomats residing in Iran has visited historic attractions in Qazvin Province Sunday.
A paragliding site in the holy city of Qom near the Iranian capital of Tehran hosts the sport enthusiasts.
It has been a couple of years since Iran’s first mud-hut hotel was opened to tourists in the city of Qal’e Ganj in southern Kerman province, southeast Iran.
Iran’s Touring and Automobile Club has organized a vintage car rally between Tehran and Isfahan provinces with the aim of promoting safe driving culture and domestic tourism.
A site for street diving on a big air bag has been launched in Tehran, the capital of Iran, thanks to efforts by Iran’s Fast Forward team captain and world famous stunt professional Amir Badri.
Austria says it is prepared to provide finance for the development of mountain tourism in Iran given its great capacity to attract foreign tourists.
The 2nd edition of an international marathon contest has been held in Iran's Qeshm Island, on the coasts of the Persian Gulf, with the participation of 348 runners from five countries.
Qeysariyeh Bazaar, a historical market built in Isfahan during the 11th century, is located on the northern wing of Naqsh-e Jahan Square.
A top Iranian official says tourism is seen as a major pillar of economy in the world, and the Islamic Republic must tap into its tourism capacities in order to improve its economic conditions.