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Traveling to Iran after COVID-19

As the world has started recovering from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, life is gradually getting back to normal in Iran. The country was one of the first to be severely hit by the pandemic. But after nearly four months of isolation and measures to limit contamination, Iran is almost ready to welcome visitors again. Keep reading to learn more about the measures taken by Iran and what you can do to prepare a fun and safe trip.

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Iran in Depth

What do people love to do during their trip in Iran?

The beautiful country of Iran has always been intertwined with a rich cultural and historical heritage. As it has long been among the first nations existing in the world, Iran tours are mainly composed of historical sites from different dynasties. However, Iran is a special country which has something to offer for almost all types of travelers. Explorations in Iran are varied and they have plenty of packages to offer. So, tourism Iran has unbelievably diverse resources that you should definitely add to your bucket list.

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Iran in Depth, Tip to the Trip, Travel Guides

Hotels in Isfahan; Unaging Old Treasures

Isfahan, “Half the World” or “Nesf-e Jahan” a boast of pride cause of its infinite number of mosques, gardens, bridges, and palaces, is a treasure box of unique vintage hotels with immeasurable historical and cultural values to the Iranian people from which many are globally famous and bring a lot of attention to the land of Persia. Hotels in Isfahan, scattered all across the city, are remnants of the antique buildings some old enough as the invention of the first car. At these hotels, tourists and guests are treated to the highest hospitality standards and set off to their hometown with such unforgettable memories that no other hotels in Iran can hope to compete with.

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Iran in Depth, Travel Guides

Ski Resorts in Iran; Slope Away From The Heat

Every time I went down to our storage room back in my childhood days to get everything, I had to go through my father’s old-ass ski equipment gathering dirt just standing there, if not rusting away. He kept them for so long it felt like a lifetime, but he would never use them, claiming he was too old to use them, but they were too dear to let go. The mere sight of the ski equipment got my head rolling every time; how would it feel to put them on and give it a shot? Where are the best ski resorts in Iran, close to my home, where I could try those rusty little ski poles and worn-off shoes on and make a complete fool of myself since I knew nothing about skiing and the gear would probably get me injured seriously?

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