The most important similarity between France and Iran is their social culture; for the peoples of France and Iran, their values, friendships, and family cultures are fundamental. These reasons will play an essential role in attracting French tourists to Iran.
It’s been almost three years since my friends, and I decided to start learning the French language. When we made that decision, our goal of learning French was just for leisure. During the French course, we chose topics about the country of France and presented them in French. These topics were about the culture and art of this country, customs, and politics in this country. During this time, I would be more interested in France, especially the French, because, in my opinion, France and Iran have many similarities.
France and Iran are well known for their rich, diverse cultural heritage. Both countries are the cradle of art and literature that many artists, painters, and poets have brought to the world at different times; you can find their artistic capital in the world’s most famous museums.
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Beautiful historical monuments works such as magnificent churches, and unparalleled palaces of France and Iran are known worldwide.
The most important similarity between France and Iran is their social culture. For the people of France and Iran, their values, friendships, and family cultures are fundamental. These reasons will play an essential role in attracting French tourists to Iran.
Every year, many tourists intend to travel, but it is tough for them to choose between cities and countries of the world. Each country tries a lot to attract them with the facilities that it offers to the tourists:
Fortunately, Iran has been a good destination in 2017, which is an attractive destination for foreign tourists, especially French tourists.
Iran is one of the recommended countries for tourists in 2018, and the number of tourists who opt for Iran to travel is increasing yearly.
A year after the abolition of sanctions against Iran, Iran welcomes French tourists more than ever. However, before the dissolution of sanctions against Iran, France, and its people supported Iran.
Curious and intellectual tourists decide to enter Iran, the land of contradictions. A country that, unlike its almost unrealistic face inspired by the media around the world, is a safe country with hospitable people.
Like any other country in the world, to enter and travel to Iran, every tourist needs a visa application, but getting a tourist visa is not difficult at all because Iran tries a lot to eliminate obstacles, especially for French tourists.
If you think it’s time to see Iran closely, Mahan, Iran Air, and Air France are the airlines that fly directly to Paris. Just close your suitcase and go to the land of the four seasons.
Eight-day Iran packages for French speakers.
As I said before, Iran is an ancient country with many historic sites and tourist attractions listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The itinerary below has been arranged for those who like to experience a unique journey and find some of Iran’s most beautiful and unspoiled tourist attractions, including ancient cities with breathtaking mosques and stunning natural landscapes. This tour starts and ends in Tehran so you can visit the highlights of a beautiful country, including several UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Tehran Shiraz Yazd Isfahan Tehran
Arrival in Tehran, welcome by your guide and transfer to your hotel. After a few hours of rest in your hotel, you will have a half-day tour of Tehran to visit its highlights such as Archaeological Museums, Glass, and Carpet. Then you will be transferred to the airport to fly to Shiraz in the evening.
Night in Shiraz
On the second day of Shiraz, after having a delicious breakfast, you will start to visit the city of Shiraz by exploring Eram Garden and enjoying its perfect weather and picturesque scenery. Then visit the Vakil Complex including (Vakil Bathroom, Vakil March, Vakil Mosque, Karimkhan Citadel), Nasiro- Molk Mosque, and Narenjestan Palace. Your day will end to spend a few hours exploring and enjoying the grave of Hafiz, one of Iran’s famous poets.
Night in Shiraz
Early in the morning, you will be driven from Shiraz to Yazd.
Along the way, you have to stop to visit Persepolis, Naghsh-E-Rustam, Naghsh-e-Rajab, and Pasargadae, then go on the surface to Yazd in the heart of Iran. You will have a short stop to visit the 4500-year-old cypress based on the arrival time.
Overnight in Yazd.
On the first day of Yazd, start walking through the old part of Yazd to visit the Jame Mosque, learn about Qanats in the water museum, and visit Amir Chakhmagh Tekkie and the mosque. Then you will continue to see the Zoroastrian Towers of Silence and the Fire Temple to familiarize yourself with the Zoroastrian heritage.
Visit Isfahan to visit the Imam Square: Ali Qapu Palace, Sheikh Lotfollah and Imam Mosques, Chehel-Sotoun Palace, Bazaar. In the evening, visit the Sio-se-Pol and Khajou and Zoorkhaneh bridges.
Overnight in Isfahan
On the last day, you will be transferred to Tehran International Airport to return to your country.
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