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Iran Tourism and Travel News

Tourism is one of the fields that can help Iran get rid of an oil-dependent economy, and boost its non-oil revenues by encouraging foreign tourists to visit its diverse historical and natural attractions. The “Tourism” section in IFP News tries to offer a true image of the country’s beauties and tourism industry, and the opportunities for foreign investment in the field.

Alvares Ski Resort; Largest of Its Kind in Iran

Alvares Ski Resort in the steep hillside of Sabalan Mountain is 12 kilometers away from Alvares village and 24 kilometers away from Sareyn county in the northeastern province of Ardabil.

Heydareh-Qazi Khan Village: A Picturesque Site in West-Central Iran

The Heydareh-Qazi Khan village in west-central Iran is a magnificent beauty spot that annually draws a large number of visitors and tourists.

Inner Peace in Iran’s Abuzeid Abad Desert

Abuzeid Abad Desert in central Iran is one of the most beautiful deserts in the country which brings every visitor a sense of inner peace.

Artificial Lake in Tehran Attracts Migratory Birds

Ian’s capital Tehran has created a new eco-system for migratory birds from eastern Europe and northern Siberia.

Nabio Island in Persian Gulf Attracts Growing Number of Tourists

Nabio is an un-inhabited island in the Persian Gulf. Located in the Hormozgan province, the island has attracted a growing number of tourists over the past years by its unique and pristine nature. It has a surface area of 5.1 kilometres with its highest point standing 36 metres above the sea level.

Bayazid Bastami’s Tomb Attracts Tourists to Iran’s Semnan Province

The tomb of Bayazid Bastami in Iran’s Semnan province is one of the attractions of city of Bastam. It is a large complex with different spaces from the third to fifth century AH.

Nashtifan Windmills of Iran; Commination of Art & Technology

Windmills in the city of Nashtifan in Iran’s Khorasan Razavi province are one of the most beautiful and largest collections of clay, mud and wood, and of course the oldest of these kind in the world.

Makhmalkuh in Iran’s Lorestan Known as Velvet Mountains

Makhmalkuh is one of the mountains in Iran’s Lorestan province with a height of over 2900 metres in the northeast of capital Khorramabad.

Iranian Shepherd Constructs First New Underground City of Mideast

An Iranian shepherd, for the first time in the Middle East, has built an underground city in the province of Semnan, which has turned into a residential and tourist destination.

Iran Marks Rasht Day

Iran has designated January 2 as Rasht Day to commemorate the historic city of Rasht in the northern province of Gilan each year.

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