Iran has signed several Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) on medical tourism with 32 countries in a specialized conference recently held in Tehran.
At #tehransmiles, Iranians introduce Iran’s tourist attractions and attract the world to the International Exhibition on Tourism Industry which opens on February 12 in Tehran.
A number of Turkish tour guides have travelled to Iran to visit some of the country’s cities and attractions and further know about them.
Official figures indicate that the number of foreign tourists visiting Iran has witnessed a remarkable increase during President Hassan Rouhani’s four-year term, reaching its peak after the implementation of the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers in 2016.
The city of Kermanshah in western Iran is home to magnificent tourist attractions, including ancient monuments.
A prominent Iranian engineer has established a park for animal care and protection.
Kerman province in southeastern Iran is home to numerous tourist attractions annually visited by thousands of tourists, particularly during Nowruz holidays.
Located in the extreme northwest of Iran, Sabalan is the country's third highest peak after Damavand and Alam-Kuh. It is also higher than Mont Blanc in the Alps.
An Iranian official says unauthorized accommodations housing Chinese tourists in Tehran have been temporarily shut down, but no lodgings have been sealed.
Cultural heritage experts have reconstructed Esfahak Village, 35km from Tabas, in South Khorasan Province, 38 years after it was devastated by an earthquake.