Tourism

Iran Travel & Tourism 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.

Indian Lotus in Ojak Sar Pond

The water spreading pond of Ojak Sar village, with an area of 52 hectares, is located five kilometres from the city of Babolsar in Mazandaran Province, northern Iran.

Rooyin: The First Traditional Textile Village in Iran

The Iranian village Rooyin, which dates back to the Timurid era, is located in the northeastern province of North Khorasan.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: ‘Fantastic’ Aquarium of Anzali Port

The aquarium of Anzali port in northern Iran, also known as Fantastic Aquarium, is the biggest aquarium of Iran.

Traditional Iranian House Named One of Mideast’s Top Hotels in 2021

A traditional Iranian accommodation has been chosen as one of the Middle East’s top hotels in 2021 once again by tripadvisor.com.

Iran Likely to Offer COVID-19 Vaccine Tourism Services in Future: Minister  

Iran is to add “COVID-19 vaccine tourism” to its basket of health tourism services.

Shahi Oil Mill: A Unique Museum in Iran’s Isfahan

The traditional horse-powered oil pressing practice is an ancient Iranian industry and one of the oldest activities in the world's food industry.

Living in Bardeh Historical Castle

Life in Bardeh historical castle is ongoing just as in the past, contrary to most other historical structures, which are either abandoned or turned into museums after restoration.

Iran’s ‘Vanguard Museum’ Displays World War Legacies

The Vanguard Museum in Gilan province, northern Iran, recounts stories of world wars to preserve the past heritage for future generations.

Iran Showcases Handkerchief Soaked with Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar’s Blood

The image of a blood-soaked handkerchief belonging to Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar, the 19th-century Iranian king, has been put on public display at the Golestan Palace, the former royal complex of the Qajar Dynasty in the Iranian capital, Tehran.

A Unique Tourist Attraction in Iran: Cow Works Only When Owner Sings!

Haaj Ebrahim’s cow moves only when it hears him singing, which has turned into a tourist attraction in the town of Varzaneh in the central Iranian province of Isfahan.