Lorestan is one of the most beautiful provinces of Iran. Sightseeing in Lorestan falls in the category of natural tourism. Breathtaking nature of Lorestan has led the province has to earn the nickname the “bride of nature”.
Khansar is a small city with a population of just over 20,000 people that is a two-hour drive away from the central Iranian city of Esfahan. The area has much to offer in terms of tourism. Here is a look at a few highlights on Khansar.
Handicrafts of Tabriz are among Iran’s most beautiful ones that demand a lot of skills. During your trip to Tabriz, you can buy those handicrafts as souvenirs for your loved ones.
Following the death of two of the three Asiatic cheetah cubs born in captivity in Iran, the Department of Environment says the third cub is out of the woods and is not at risk of death.
Iran and Iraq have signed a memorandum of understanding to increase cooperation in the field of tourism. The MOU was signed after a meeting between Ezzatollah Zarghami Iranian minister of cultural heritage, tourism and handicrafts and Hassan Nadhem the Iraqi minister of culture, tourism and antiquities in Tehran.
Bandar e Khamir in southern Iran has been registered as a wetland city of the world along with 24 other cities from 13 countries. That’s according to the Iranian port city’s mayor, Javad Mahmoudi.
Iran is scheduled to hold a workshop on international traffic conventions as a follow-up to an advanced training meeting in Switzerland.
With the arrival of spring and after that the heat of summer, more Iranians travel to northern areas, which have a pleasant climate.
Tar Halva is a traditional dessert from Iran’s southern city of Shiraz, cooked mainly in the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Qasreshirin is the only area in Iran’s Kermanshah Province where palm trees are found.
A deer footprint fossil dating back some 10 million years has been discovered in western Iran.
As summer is around the corner, the fifth edition of a snowman festival has been held on the Tochal heights located in the northernmost part of the Iranian capital, Tehran.
In Dashkasan Temple, which some tourists call the Dragon Temple, a wondrous mixture of Iranian and Chinese architecture has created a unique work of art.
The head of the Ahranjan Hill Stratigraphy Program has announced the discovery of four tombs dating back to the Chalcolithic Age under rural houses. The hill is one of the most important historical sites in northwestern Iran.
In Iran’s East Azerbaijan, nomadic tribes start migrating from Kishlak (wintering place) to Yaylak (summer highland pasture) from mid-spring and end it toward the end of the summer.
The Iranian Deputy Minister of Handicrafts and Traditional Arts said: “Holding three major international events in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, with a focus on handicrafts has had a significant impact on boosting our regional and international credit in the field of handicrafts and has increased the willingness of tourists from other countries to travel to Iran.”
Alessandra Campdeli, the Italian manager of the Iranian women's national volleyball team has praised Iran as a “magnificent land” after touring the country.
The mountainous areas and margins of the roads in Iran’s northern Mazandaran Province have been covered by red and purple flowers these days.
Albaloo Polo (pilau with sour cherries) is not only one of the most famous foods in Shiraz in southern Iran, but is also a popular dish commonly served in formal parties.