While Iranian officials have decided to reciprocate Trump’s visa ban by prohibiting the Americans from entering the Islamic Republic, Iran’s tourism industry does not seem to be benefiting from such a move.
Iran’s Shiraz, the Youth Capital of OIC, hosted the opening ceremony of the “Shiraz - OIC Youth Capital 2017”, an important international programme serving development and unity of youth of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) geography.
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.
The executive director of the 10th edition of the Tehran International Tourism Exhibition said 21 countries will participate in the upcoming expo.
Iran has a very rich history with which the Indians can connect very well, said the Indian envoy to Iran in an exclusive interview, highlighting the cultural and historical ties between the two nations.
The Islamic Republic of Iran played host to the 17th International Convention of the World Federation of Tourist Guide Association (WFTGA) from January 28 to February 1, with 320 tourist guides visiting the beauties of the country.
While US President Donald Trump has banned Iranian citizens from entering the US, the well-known home-sharing company Airbnb has lauded Iran’s beauty and Iranian people’s hospitality, pledging support for the travellers harmed by Trump’s visa ban.
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 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.
An Iranian tourism official announced that facilities as much as $340 million will be allocated to the private sector’s investment in tourism.