I don’t know any traveller who brings back from a Persian travel anything other than beautiful experiences: Iran is fascinating, inspiring and lovable
It’s hard not to like Iran. First of all it is a beautiful country. There are deserts, traditional clay villages and mosques that are so magnificent that you just can’t properly photograph them. Mountains with ruins of castles, cave dwellings, palaces and gardens. in short, Iran has everything to please. And that’s without counting on the people and their culture, their hospitality.
Salam Iran ! Esmam Christine ast, faransavi astam, khoshbakhtam ! سلام ، اسم من کریستین است ، من فرانسوی هستم از دیدار شما خوشحالم! Hello Iran!
Iran is rooted in a thousand years of history and old traditions
Iran does not only rhyme with tyrant
I am not one of those who refuse to visit a country to boycott its politics
When we travel, it is the people we visit, not the governments
In Iran we respect the dress code and that’s it!
Why make a trip to Iran?
For Iranian history, ancient and contemporary
For the landscapes: from north to south, from the Caspian Sea to the Arabian Gulf Iran is amazing
What about Persian gastronomy then? What do people eat in Iran?
The greatest wealth of Iran is its people!
Hard to describe without falling into superlatives: The Iranians are people of great, immense kindness
What is most surprising in Iran is the overwhelming and disinterested goodwill of the Iranian people
I have so many stories of sharing, welcome and smiles in Iran that I could write a book
Like everywhere else in the world there are good people and not so good people. I cannot say that there are no crooks or liars in Iran, but I have mostly met people with surprising honesty
99% of the residents have been kind and honest with me
Nazee, my friend, my sister from Iran
Iran is a country far removed from its evil image that is portrayed in the media. Here I was never afraid
!آرزو می کنم بهترین ایران باشم ، قلب من برای تو می تپدKhoda hafez, merci !
Next travel: Why not Turkey?
We know of Turkey Cappadocia and Istanbul the magnificent. Go ahead, it’s worth the detour. But be aware that if there are many countries where it is absolutely necessary to think outside the box, Turkey is one of them!