The presence of foreign media in Iran for preparing reports and documentaries about the country’s tourist attractions has seen a considerable rise since the landmark nuclear deal with major world powers in July 2015.
A young Iranian man makes a film of selfies he has taken at different historical sites and his video goes viral on the Internet.
A senior Iranian official says the literary heritage of Iran’s Khorasan Razavi province, due to its richness and diversity during the past centuries, is a real treasure that could result in high regard for Iran.
Member of Iran’s Parliament warned against the “grave” danger in Turkey, and advised Iranian tourists to avoid visiting the neighbouring country.
Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System is an island city in Iran's Khuzestan Province with a complex irrigation system. It was registered on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 2009.
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.
An Austrian caver has published the map of Burnik, the longest cave of Tehran, in an Austrian caving guidebook.
A book on Iranian art and architecture, titled 'Les Coupoles Persanes', (in English 'Persian Cupolas: the Art of Skies and the Earth'), has been published in France.
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.
The port city of Hendijan in southern Iran, a historical town which dates back to 3,000 years ago, is known as the pearl of the Persian Gulf thanks to its beautiful beach.