Why is travelling to Iran so expensive? How to travel Iran on a budget
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Why is travelling to Iran so expensive?

Why is travelling to Iran so expensive? How to travel Iran on a budget? This is a question often asked of my colleagues in the sales section.
Nowruz Rituals in the Iranian-Kurdish village of Palangan
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Nowruz Rituals in the Iranian-Kurdish village of Palangan

Nowruz in the historical Village of Palangan, Kurdistan. Kurdish People in traditional costumes during the Nowruz Ceremony in the Kurdistan.
Iranian Cultural Heritage Tour - SURFIRAN
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Image Gallery: Italian Teachers Visiting Golestan Palace, Tehran, Iran

A group if italian tourists, visiting Golestan Palace, Tehran, The Golestan Palace, literally the Palace of Flowers, is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran's capital city, Tehran
Amoo-Noruz in Iran - Iranian Preparing for Nowruz
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Amu Nowruz in Iran - Iranian Preparing for Nowruz

Amu Nowruz also known as Papa Nowruz is a fictional figure in Iranian folklore. According to the folklore, he appears annually at the beginning of spring.
Nowruz 2017 in Iran
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Iranian Preparing To Celebrate Nowruz: The Persian New Year

Nowruz 2017 coming and Iranian preparing to celebrate the Persian new year. Iranian people carry out a thorough cleaning of houses these days and are waiting for the spring.
A Letter From The SURFIRAN CEO About Trump Travel Ban And Its Impacts On Iran Visas of the US citizens.
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A Letter From The SURFIRAN CEO About Trump Travel Ban And Its Impacts On Iran Visas

A Letter From The SURFIRAN CEO About Trump Travel Ban And Its Impacts On Iran Visas of the US citizens.
Ski-Dizin-Iran
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Le Figaro: From skiing to sightseeing; Iran, an original destination

Iran offers its visitors an original destination for lovers of skiing and sunbathing, on the beaches of the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea.
WFTGA convention just launched
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Tehran Hosting 2017 Int'l Tourist Guides Convention (WFTGA 2017)

Over 140 tour guides from 35 countries embarked on a three-day sightseeing in Iran ahead of the 17th World Federation of Tourist Guide Associations convention.
Iran E Visa (Iran electronic visa)
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Iran Has Launched Iran E Visa (Iran Electronic Visa) Service

Iran e Visa (Iran electronic visa) has launched by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of IRAN to make it easier tourists who wish to visit Iran.
Video: Why go to Iran
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Why go to Iran?!

Why go to Iran, Peter R. visited Iran in 2016. In a video, he shares his experiences travelling around Iran with some shots to show real Iran.
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Top 3 Countries that Sent the Most Tourists to the Iran

Most of the tourists who apply for getting visa to visit Iran are from Germany, Italy and France, According to the Iran tourism statistics.
Iran Tourism Need to Rebuild its Image After the Nuclear Deal
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Iran Tourism: After the Nuclear Deal

Iran Tourism - Tourism in Iran is booming after the nuclear deal. But Iran tourism need to rebuild its image to attract more people to visit Iran.
Iran e Visa To promote its tourism sector, Iran to open e-Visa service for the foreign visitors , says Iran’s head of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.
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Iran to Open e Visa Service For Foreign Tourists

Iran e Visa service is starting for foreign tourists soon. Presently, Iran issues 30 day arrival visa for tourists in its airports.
Foreign visitors to receive e-visas of Iran before 2017
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Iran Tourism: Foreign visitors to receive e-visas of Iran before 2017

Soltanifar said that foreign tourists will be able to receive electronic visas before the end of 2016. Currently, foreign visitors from 190 countries can pick up 30-day visas at seven airports which can be extended for 15 days, he added.
Young Iranians have high hopes for the future
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CNN: Tehran's teens: IRAN isn't what you think it is

Young Iranians"Life is very enjoyable for us," one young woman says. "We are friends, we go out with each other, and we laugh, we have fun. And that's it."She and her friends came to the city's cinema museum to take photographs of jewelry. Now lounging outside, they sit in a tree-lined park a world away from the militaristic images of Iran that are ubiquitous in the West.have high hopes for the future