The Deputy Minister of Tourism of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Handicrafts said: Foreigners can now easily obtain a tourist visa at Ayatollah Rafsanjani International Airport of Kerman.
Ali Asghar Shalbafian in a meeting with private sector investors in the tourism industry of Kerman province said: “Fortunately, it is possible to receive Iranian tourist visas for foreign tourists at some airports and international entrances of the country, including the name of Kerman International Airport.”
He added: “Such measures are aimed at facilitating services and the possibility of attracting more foreign tourists.”
Deputy Minister of Tourism of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Handicrafts, pointing out that Kerman province is one of the main tourist destinations in the country due to the benefit of various historical and natural attractions, said: “Many works in this region have been registered worldwide in Iran.”
He mentioned the introduction of more tourist attractions, facilitating the entry of tourists through the issuance of an Iranian tourist visa at Kerman airport, and the completion of infrastructure as the main programs of this ministry in Kerman province and said: helping to complete tourism industry projects is one of the important actions of the Ministry of Heritage It is recent and from the place of Note 18, resources have been allocated for activating, completing and reconstructing the projects of this industry, in which Kerman province has been seen in a special way.
Kerman or Karmania is a city in the center of the Kerman province in Iran. This city is the largest and most advanced city in the province and the most important city in southeastern Iran. Kerman was founded by Ardashir I, the Sassanid king in the 3rd century. Kerman is also the center of Iranian carpet production.
According to the latest land divisions in Iran, Kerman province has 17 cities and 31 counties. Baft, Bursir, Bam, Jiroft, Rafsanjan, Zarandeh, Sirjan, Kerman, and Kahnooj are the main cities of this province. Bam Arg is the largest brick building in the world located in this province.
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