Thailand is among the world’s top tourist destinations as it annually draws millions of people from around the globe and can be a role model for other countries, particularly Iran.
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.
While most ski resorts in Iran are located in northern and western parts, the mostly dry and semi-dry provinces in the east are also home to one ski resort.
Iranian tourism industry has an exclusive pavilion at the 51st edition of ITB Berlin 2017, one of the world’s leading travel trade shows.
Iran’s Foreign ministry said Iranian nationals are well-advised to exercise caution while traveling to neighboring Turkey due to security concerns.
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.
The French newspaper Le Figaro has published a report on Iran’s outstanding landscapes foreign tourists should not miss.
After visiting Iran as a way to relieve the sorrow of his wife’s death, a German engineer left his prestigious job to be a full-time traveller.
An analysis of Passport Index indicates that the easy visa regulations for visiting the Islamic Republic of Iran have made it one of the most welcoming countries in the world.
An international ice climbing school has been opened in Meygoon in north of Tehran, the capital of Iran.