Tehran Becomes Small Iran to Introduce its Tourism Potentials
Tehran hosts the 10th Tehran International Tourism Exhibition and is becoming a heaven for fans of Iranian culture and heritage. The attendees found a chance to watch live musical and choreographic performances from different parts of Iran. The exhibition showcases artifacts and handicrafts to introduce Iranian identity.
The Exhibition started with live performances from Kurdistan and Sistan. Head of Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization Mrs Zahra Ahmadipour made the opening speech to welcome the attendees from Iran and over 20 countries from across the world.
Over 60 international companies and more than 400 Iranian companies attend the exhibition to provide people with new information and facilities to “See Iran Differently”.
"We intend to add variety to this year's event. For instance, in Hall 38, Iran's attractions are divided into seven regional categories," he said. Tourism ministers from several countries as well as delegations from Armenia, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Turkey, Thailand, Spain, India and Switzerland participate at the exhibition.