Tourism

  • Photo of Persian Gulf, Witness to Iran’s Brilliant History

    Persian Gulf, Witness to Iran’s Brilliant History

    The arrival of the 10th of Ordibehesht, the National Day of the Persian Gulf, is a reminder of the authority, glory and hope of Iran and Iranians and a precious legacy that free-thinking Iranians have left for us to always be a source of pride and pride for us and future generations. There is another title for this sea besides…

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  • Photo of World of Tourism to Grow more Intellectually Smart in Post-Corona Era

    World of Tourism to Grow more Intellectually Smart in Post-Corona Era

    Ali Shadlou, a tourism teacher and crisis management expert, told Mehr about the post-Corona tourism situation: “Crisis has always been instructive, even in the field of psychological education. He added: “In the language of crisis management science, communities that have faced different crises are behaving differently.” For example, Japan is a small country that is considered the safest country against…

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  • Photo of Take a Virtual Tour of These Five Famous UNESCO Sites

    Take a Virtual Tour of These Five Famous UNESCO Sites

    But many of those tours are underwhelming. They don’t work, or it’s simply too hard to locate the 360-degree imagery. To remedy that, here are five easy-to-navigate tours of inspirational UNESCO World Heritage sites around the world. Tiptoe across Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge With China apparently succeeding (for now) at containing Covid-19, locals and tourists have been unable to venture to…

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  • Photo of India Upgrades to Fifth Place in Health Tourism Industry

    India Upgrades to Fifth Place in Health Tourism Industry

    The global medical tourism market will be worth $ 54 billion and is projected to grow 13 percent annually by 2025. Meanwhile, India’s $ 9 billion medical tourism industry is recognized as the world’s fifth largest medical tourism market by 2020. With the rising cost of health care in developed countries, India’s medical tourism market is expanding. The main drivers…

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  • Photo of South African Tourism May be One of Worst-hit by COVID19

    South African Tourism May be One of Worst-hit by COVID19

    In recent years, South Africa has attracted more than 10 million foreign tourists each year and ecently set a target of raising this to 21 million by 2030. But the dramatic onset of Covid-19 means it is highly unlikely that it will get back to where we were anytime soon, in terms of international tourist numbers or expenditure. It seems…

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  • Photo of Turkey Sees Increase of Incoming Tourists from Iran

    Turkey Sees Increase of Incoming Tourists from Iran

    Turkey sees increase of incoming tourists from Iran Increasing Iranian tourism in Turkey Over 2.1 million tourists from Iran visited Turkey in 2019, which is 5.05 percent more compared to 2018, Trend reports with reference to the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Increased Visits compared to last year The share of Iranian citizens in the total number of foreigners who visited…

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  • Photo of Iranian Tour Guides ‘Messengers of Peace and Friendship’: Minister

    Iranian Tour Guides ‘Messengers of Peace and Friendship’: Minister

    He made the remarks in a statement issued on Saturday to mark the International Tourist Guide Day, which is globally celebrated of February 21. “I congratulate this day to the hard-working tour guides and operators who are true ambassadors and messengers of Iranian peace and friendship to the world.” “Choosing a day for tourism guides on the global calendar determines…

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