Iranian Hospitality, the Best Part of Traveling to Iran
Iranian hospitality is limitless; it goes “to infinity and beyond”.
Iranians have a saying that “guest is a gift from god” showing how they feel about their guests and they cherish them like a precious jewel. This is a lovely fact that whoever has traveled to Iran can remember vividly. There are tons of stories out there about 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.
There is an attraction in Iran that is not listed on the UNESCO world heritage sites or the national treasury list, or on any map or guiding books and applications; it is only in the heart of its people and will be devoted to the guests with kind eye contacts, genuine smiles, small friendly talks, and invitation for tea or dinner. 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 famous ‘Persian hospitality’ running in their veins not matter where they live. 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 gets under your skin because of the welcoming people. Right in the moment when you feel scared because you are in a different and unknown country with strangers who don’t understand your language and you don’t understand theirs, their deep kindness come to save you and let you know that we can make our world smaller and a better place to live just by being kind to one another. Iran is a country where you can connect with the people in a different level from the vocal language. You will have a connection by the feelings that are in the soul of every human being, it’s a universal language that we all know by heart.
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