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"Awe-inspiring ancient sites of wild western Iran" article image
Awe-inspiring ancient sites of wild western Iran
Leave the bright lights and tourist delights of Esfahan and Shiraz far behind to track down astonishing millennia-old relics among the dusty wilds of ancient Persia. From snow-tipped northern crags to scorching southern deserts, you’ll traverse eroded volcanic plateaus, explore ancient river valleys and pass under the mournful gaze of long-abandoned castles on this intrepid quest for these far-flung treasures (many of which are Unesco listed). An Indiana Jones-inspired hat is optional.
"Off the beaten track: Iran's best kept secrets" article image
Off the beaten track: Iran's best kept secrets
Despite its rich history stretching back thousands of years, Iran still lies off the beaten track for most travellers. The joy of travelling in one of the friendliest nations on the planet is the feeling of its yet-to-be-discovered uniqueness.
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After the nuclear deal: travel in Iran
The deal lifts a wide range of sanctions on the country. If the economy starts developing as fast as expected, cash is bound to be poured into improving the tourism bedrocks: hotels, restaurants, transport, sports and adventure facilities. At long last, Iran's airline industry will be able to replace its ancient planes, making the country's huge span easier and safer to cover by air. Hopes are high that warmer diplomatic relations will translate to easier visa processes (not a minute too soon) and in future, even hitting the famous bazaars with an international bank card won't be out of the question.
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