Iran’s tourism industry has been identified for a third straight year to have the most affordable prices in the world for foreign visitors.
Shoy Waterfall, which is located near the city of Dezful in southwestern Iran, is the biggest natural waterfall in the Middle East.
The city of Kermanshah in western Iran is home to magnificent tourist attractions, including ancient monuments.
Barring administrative hiccups, Bushehr is on course to becoming the first province to hold concerts aboard cruise ships.
An Iranian woman, who has travelled to the hottest and coldest places on the Earth, says despite their radical climate differences, the two locations are strikingly similar.
Hassan Rouhani, the incumbent Iranian president running for the second term, highlighted the role of non-oil exports, the tourism industry, as well as the medium-scale and small-scale enterprises in creating job opportunities for the country’s young labor force.
The shrine of pre-Islamic prophet Khaled Nabi in northeastern Iran is a beautiful place surrounded by a strange cemetery.
Khansar, a town in central Iran near the city of Isfahan, is home to various historical and natural attractions.
Qeshm Geopark in the southern Iranian island of Qeshm has become a UNESCO Global Geopark after obtaining the UN cultural body’s green card.
Figures show that there has been a significant increase in the number of foreign tourists visiting the southeastern Iranian province of Kerman over the past few years, a large number of whom have been highly interested in staying at local guest houses.