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Iran to Host Third Silk Road Ultra-Marathon

The 3rd International Ultra-marathon competition is planned to be held in the Shahdad area of Lut desert from September 29 to October 6, an Iranian official said.

German Ambassador Inspiring Tourists to Spend Holidays with Iranian Nomads

The German ambassador to Tehran has come up with a novel idea to open up a new path in Iran-Germany cooperation in the tourism industry.

Attractive but Pricey Idea of Designing Your House in Persian Style

The Persian House is a model that has been developed in recent years and drawn many visitors, but its high price has put off the enthusiasts.

Ganjnameh Cave Aquarium; Marvelous Complex in Western Iran

Ganjnameh Cave Aquarium is an amazing tourist attraction located in a huge complex called Ganjnameh Tourist Resort in Hamadan Province, west of Iran.

Tajrish: A Lovely Neighbourhood North of Tehran

Tajrish, the capital of Shemiranat Country in northern Tehran, has long been regarded as a lovely summer resort for the citizens of the Iranian capital.

Number of Iraqi Tourists Visiting Iran Sharply Rising

The number of Iraqi tourists visiting Iran has multiplied in recent months following a drop in the value of the Iranian national currency.

Bike-Riding French Tourists Once Again in Iran after 46 Years

Dozens of French tourists have set off on a trip from Paris to Iran on motorcycles destined for the ancient city of Isfahan.

Iran Working on Plan to Stop Stamping Tourists’ Passports

Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts, and Tourism Organization (ICHTO) has proposed a plan based on which the passports of foreign travellers visiting Iran will not be stamped, so that they would be encouraged to visit the country.

Iranian Woman Tourist Travels across World on Motorbike

The first Iranian woman tourist travelling on a motorcycle has entered Iran on the last leg of her globe-trotting adventure, which started two years ago.

Arab Pilgrims Exchanging Currencies in Iranian Streets

The three-month closure of currency exchange offices in the holy city of Qom in central Iran has prompted many ordinary people and even foreign pilgrims to turn to the city’s streets to exchange their money and even earn a livelihood.

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