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Gallery - 11th Int'l Tourism Expo in Tehran

The 11th Tehran International Tourism Exhibition finished at the Tehran Permanent Fairgrounds. 430 domestic companies and 70 foreign firms from 21 countries offered their products and services in 10 halls and 2,000 square meters of outdoor area.
Meet SURFIRAN Team at ITB Berlin Trade Show - 07-11 March 2018, Berlin
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Meet SURFIRAN Team at ITB Berlin Trade Show, 2018

Meet SURFIRAN Team at ITB Berlin Trade Show - 07-11 March 2018, Berlin. We would like to inform you that SURFIRAN Tours will take part in the ITB Berlin travel trade show from 7 to 11 March 2018 with a booth at the National stand of I.R. Iran (72.A)
Ferien Messe Vienna travel trade show
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Meet SURFIRAN at Ferien-Messe Wien, 11-14 January 2018

We would like to inform you that SURFIRAN Tours will take part in the Ferien Messe Vienna travel trade show from 11 to 14 January 2018 with a booth at the National stand of I.R. Iran.
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The travelers' voice: Opinions about the SURFIRAN experience

There isn’t a better reference than from those who have already lived the SURFIRAN experience in any of our Iran tours so that future travelers can get an idea of what’s like to explore with us.
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Discover Persia by Luxury Train (2018 Registration Open)

Iran train tour named The Persian Caravan train tour offers an opportunity to visit the cultural and historical sites of Iran, boarding on a 5-star Iran train.
Qalishuyan (carpet-washing ritual) Mashhad Ardahal
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Qalishuyan (carpet-washing ritual) Mashhad Ardahal

Qalishuyan "carpet-washing ceremony" is a ritual to express love and loyalty toward Soltān Ali, who is claimed to have been martyred in the same place and carried to his resting place on a carpet, instead of a shroud.
Dizin Ski Resort in Tehran
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17 Reasons to visit and ski in Dizin ski resort

Established in 1969, Dizin is located in the Central Alborz Mountains, about 70 km north of Tehran. As the largest ski resort in Iran Dizin has 4 gondola lines, 3 chairlifts, and 9 surface lifts. The lowest point of the resort is 2650m, while…
Travel and Tours to Iran from Australia – Things To Know Before You Go to Iran
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Travel and Tours to Iran from Australia – Things To Know Before You Go to Iran

Iran tours and travel for Australians, here is travel guide to Iran for the Australian citizens who wish to visit Iran, things to do in Iran, Iran tours, places to go rules and more.
How Malaysia Citizens Can Visit Iran
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Iran Tours From Malaysia - A Travel Guide to Iran for the Malaysians

Iran tours and travel guide to Iran for the Malaysian citizens who wish to visit Iran, things to do in Iran as a Malaysian, places to go and more.
Visit Iran during Muharram
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20 Incredible Reasons Why You Should Visit Iran During Muharram

Visiting Iran during Muharram and witness the Ashura and Taziyeh ritual in Yazd and Isfahan cities can be a truly extraordinary experience.
The story of U.S.-Canadian returning to Iran after 40 years
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The story of a U.S.-Canadian returning to Iran after 40 years

The story of U.S.-Canadian returning to Iran after 40 years and her life during the “Golden Years” in that beautiful Middle Eastern country.
Yazd City Listed As Unesco World Heritage
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Yazd City Listed As Unesco World Heritage

Yazd in central Iran selected as a world heritage status in the 41th session UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting in Krakow, Poland.
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What You Need to Know About Traveling to Iran Right Now

What you need to know about traveling to Iran after suicide bombers have attacked Iran's parliament in central Tehran and the Mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini.
Iran is one of the friendliest places in the world, if not the friendliest.
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Why We Should Travel To ‘Dangerous’ Places

Iran is one of the friendliest places in the world, if not the friendliest. There’s an ingrained sense of hospitality in Persian culture, a desire to welcome strangers and provide for them, but it goes further than that.