See what You can do when traveling Iran

For site see

For site see

For good or bad, it seems like everyone's talking about Iran these days. People choose every trip destination for a reason such as glorious landmarks, spectacular nature, special culture, and etc. Iran has them all! The country has various landmarks and natural wonders due to its history and geographical status. Moreover, Iranian people have a high sense of hospitality, especially in the borderline cities and villages. So in order to make better decisions, you should know your fields of interest and then you should start planning. We have tried to provide a list of the most beautiful places in Iran, which includes almost famous historical and natural places. The list can also help you to realize the variety of your choices in Iran and match them with your fields of interest while every mentioned place is a sample of a type. All that diversity, plus Iran's rich layers of history, has resulted in sights and experiences galore.
For medical reason

For medical reason

Medical tourism is rapidly becoming a worldwide, multibillion-dollar industry. Iran has a high potential for this industry. The purpose of this study was to examine the medical tourism cluster, using Diamond Analysis tool.The strategic issues were identified and a number of possible solutions for addressing them were recommended. More and effective public-private participations, aggressive marketing, improving infrastructures, and international accreditation of health care facilities and human resources development could improve medical tourism industry in the country.Traveling overseas to receive health care services is not a new phenomenon for the elites in the developing countries.
For special events

For special events

• NowRuz:now means new and the word ruz means day, so nowruz means starting a new day and it is the Celebration of the start of spring ("Rejuvenation"). Haft Seen traditional table of Nowrooz.Sofreye Haft Sin: people put 7 different beans on their table as a sign of thanking nature for giving humans all they need. • Sizdah Bedar: Persian Festival of "Joy and Solidarity". The 13th and last day of Nowruz celebration. • Mehregan: Festival of Mehr (or Mihr). A day of thanksgiving. • Jashne Sade: A mid-winter feast to honor fire and to "defeat the forces of darkness, frost and cold" . • Shabe Chelle: The turning point. End of the longest night (darkness) of the year. • Sepandarmazgan: Day of Love, Friendship and Earth in ancient Persian culture. • Chaharshanbe Suri: Festival of Fire, last Wednesday night in the Iranian Calendar year. • Yaldā Night: longest night of the Iranian calendars

Do You Know about Iran ?
Iran has a rich and diversified history with a chronology of different periods, each one characterized by its own architecture, art forms and literature. The first recorded history of the country goes back as far as 7000 B.C. The first distinct people to emerge around 3800 B.C. were the Elamites (3000 B.C to 639 B.C) who were influenced to a large extent by the Sumerians. It was during this period that successive waves of immigrants of Indo/European origin set up camp on the central plateau. A kind of feudal system was developed in Iran and is mentioned for the first time in 844 B.C. in Assyrian texts. The Mèdes Empire (825 B.C.) reunified the country but was the scene of many battles and invasions. Several dynasties from this time founded great empires, stretching from the borders of India and Asia-Minor to the Mediterranean in the West.

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Why people Travel Iran

Why people choose Iran For Travelling ?

there’s the legendary Persian food and hospitality. “There is a cultural norm in Iran that guests are from God,” Allen said. “I frequently hear people say they’ve been all over the world and never received a welcome like they got there.”

Travel to Iran doesn’t have to be difficult at all – tourism is growing as relations develop; hatred of the western world is not as rife as the media likes you to think; ancient Persia is within easy grasp, most notably in the central region where key sites has been maintained and infrastructure linking them is growing; and tourists are not subjected to as heavily enforced rules as the locals.

Iran has a diverse climate. In the northwest, winters are cold with heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures during December and January.In general, Iran has an arid climate in which most of the relatively scant annual precipitation falls from October through April.

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