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Renewed Call for Weekend to Be Redesigned, Easing Travel Chaos

A member of the Tourism Commission at the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture has once again called for a revision of public holidays and for changes to be made to the Iranian weekend. Stressing the importance of the matter, Mohammad Reza Kha’ef has called on the commission to take up the case, once again, with the Majlis (Parliament).
Iranian Selfi

A month-long trip around Iran to take selfies

A young Iranian man makes a film of selfies he has taken at different historical sites and his video goes viral on the Internet.

Serbian tourist in Shiraz (PHOTOS)

21-year-old Milana of Serbia began her journey around the world with only two euros, and with the message of friendship and kindness. Passing through...

Fathabad Garden in southern Iran (PHOTOS)

After Government of Prudence and Hope took office, the garden was restored.

Louvre Museum President Visits Iran’s Isfahan

Jean-Luc Martinez, the President of ​the ​Louvre Museum, ​took a trip to the central Iranian city of Isfahan​, where he and his delegation visited...
Naqsh-e Jahan

Naqsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan

Naqsh-e Jahan Square, officially known as Imam Square, is a square situated in Iran’s central city of Isfahan. Constructed between 1598 and 1629, it is now an important historical attraction in Iran, and one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.
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Kerman Bazaar in southern Iran (PHOTOS)

Different sections of the ancient bazaar were constructed during the reign of different rulers of the city.
Hotels

French group to open two hotels in Iran

French group AccorHotels says it plans to open an Ibis hotel and a Novotel branch near Tehran's international airport – what could make it the first international hotel group to operate in Iran in light of the July nuclear breakthrough between Iran and the P5+1 and the prospects for the removal of anti-Iran sanctions.
Iran-Black tents

Red carpets rolled out of black tents

The head of the Iranian tourism agency says arrangements are being made for the settlement of thousands of foreign tourists in the so-called black tents in nomadic areas across the country.

An American’s Adventure in the Streets of Tehran

Rob Jackson is 29 and from Manhattan. He travels in an unusual way – he is not in a rush to visit a whole country. Instead, he to picks a single important city and explores it from to top to bottom in three to four days. IFP translates an ISNA report on his experiences in Tehran.

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