Iran is an incredible place to visit; beautiful landscape such as lure of steep mountains, coastlines and endless rolling deserts are fabulous!

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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.
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Sizdah-bedar Festival - Iranians Celebrating Nature's Day

Sizdah-bedar is an Iranian festival tradition, celebrated in the thirteenth day of the Farvardin. Iranians have a tradition of spending the day outdoors.
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Shopping in Iran: How to Bargain Successfully?

Shopping in while you travel to Iran can be super exciting. but it's not without its trap! If you're visiting Iran for the first time, here are some tips to make your first trip to Iran safe and fun!
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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.
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How Does Tehran Look Like During Nowruz?

Nowruz in Iran, During ordinary days of the year you could hardly hear yourself talking as you walk along some of the busy streets of the Iranian capital Tehran. But thanks to Nowruz, Tehran is all peaceful and quiet, as millions of people will be out of town to enjoy the holidays.
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Discover the Amazing Khar-Turan National Park in Semnan

Khar Turan National Park or Touran Wildlife Refuge is second largest biosphere reserves Iran located in south-east of Shahrood, Semnan province of Iran.
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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
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Tehran Jomeh Bazaar (Friday Market) - A Collection of Everything

Tehran Jomeh Bazaar, Tehran (Friday market). A place that brings together a collection of street stalls that usually sell goods with reasonable prices.
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Iranian Visa on Arrival (VOA)

Do I need an Iran Visa on Arrival to visit Iran? And how hard is to get an Iran visa? This is the most frequent question we get asked so far.
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Travelling to Iran as a solo woman: An experience

Travelling to Iran as a solo woman Iran, Pretty scary isn’t it, Here are the reasons why you can definitely travel alone as a woman in Iran.
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How much will it cost to travel in Iran?

It depends on what you want to do. In general, though, in comparison to most countries, travelling to Iran will be less expensive, with accommodation, food, internal travel being affordable for most travellers. Most entrance fees for sites will be less than one US dollar and a meal will cost around 5 to 10 US dollars at a restaurant.
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Can I buy souvenirs like Persian rugs?

Yes, it is possible to buy Persian rugs or other souvenirs. Iran is known for having the best rugs and carpets in the world. However, caution is advised before spending lots of money to ensure you are getting the genuine item rather than a fake. When buying items in places like the Bazaar, bargaining for price is considered normal.
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Is it permitted to take photos of historical sites and people?

Rules on photography depends on the place. Many mosques will allow photography inside and outside. Some museums will not allow photography inside but will outside. Generally, if it is not permitted, a sign will indicate. Restrictions are placed on photography of government and military buildings. For people, when taking photos of specific people, it is always better to ask for permission. Often this will led to a positive response, many Iranians like to pose for photos.
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Iran Politics and religion – What if I do not agree?

While in Iran, you will hear a lot of different views from different people about politics and religion, and inevitable all travellers will have their own thoughts. However, the Iranian government is very sensitive to any foreign involvement in internal political affairs, so any political activity inside Iran, particularly directed against the Iranian government, could lead to arrest.
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Iran Tourism: Travel to Iran in 2017

We all know is that the impact of a nuclear deal on Iran's economy is likely to be a complicate and takes time to have much impact on Iran's economy in general. But for some services like tourism that would be different.