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Iranian Hospitality, An unforgettable part of your trip

Written by Super User. Posted in Trip to Iran

Iranian Hospitality, An unforgettable part of your trip

Hospitality in Iran is unlimited; it goes “to infinity and beyond”.

The Iranians believe that the guest is a gift from God, So the guest will bring blessings to the house.For this reason, the Iranians are very interested in the guests and welcome guests very much and they cherish them like a precious jewel.
Tourists have told tons of Iranian hospitality, from a nice little smile in the street to giving a free map to the tourist because he didn’t have the right change.This particular feature of the Iranians is not recorded in any map except in the minds of travelers coming back from Iran.
You can see this hospitality in different shapes and in different places in Iran, sometimes with a baby's smile,or by shaking the head or hand,sometimes donating some nuts in the market, or sometimes by inviting you to drink a cup of tea, and maybe invite you to stay at home,all of these are one of the thousands of models of Iranian hospitality.And no matter what city or region in the country you go, since there are so many different ethnicities in Iran, you will be received with open arms. Iranian hospitality is one of the reasons Lonely Planet called Iran the most rewarding destination on Earth.

We must say that every Iranian has this hospitality feature in its genes and is not related to their age, sexuality, ethnicity, and place of their residence.The Persian hospitality is so renowned that put Iran on the top destinations of 2017 list next to other stunning destinations such as Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Peru, Madagascar, and more.

Iran is a country where you can connect with people on a different level of vocal language. You will have a connection for the feelings that are in the soul of each human being, it is a universal language that we all know by heart.

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0 #1 Guest 2018-01-24 15:28
Beautiful. I am keen to visit Iran. And enjoy hospitality of Iranian family.
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