Int’l Train Brings Foreign Tourists to Isfahan[:es]Un tren internacional de pasajeros arriba a la...
A train carrying 48 foreign tourists from eight countries arrived in the Iranian central city of Isfahan on Tuesday night.
Shortly after the recent visit of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to Turkey, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi announced that a recent...
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says that Iran is neither afraid of other countries’ citizens nor attracted to foreign people, and will just make use of the constructive interaction with the world for its national interests.
A group of Iran’s top academicians have called on the administration in Tehran to respond to the new US entry ban on Iranian citizens with an innovative approach different from Washington’s discriminatory policies.
Three Spanish ministers, heading a big delegation, visited the tourist attractions of the historical city of Isfahan.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration has agreed to reduce tariffs for the import of hotel equipment to support the country’s hotel and tourism industry.
A closer look at Iran’s Khuzestan Province, widely known for its oil reserves, reveals oil is not the only resource of the province.
Golchin historical house is a valuable attraction in Dezful, in the southwestern province of Khuzestan. Dezful is known as the ‘City of Bricks’ in light of its unique architectural decorations.
Central Iranian city of Isfahan was selected as the cultural capital of Muslim world in 2006, and the capital of Iranian-Islamic culture and civilization in 2009. With a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, it receives millions of Iranian and foreign tourists each year.