Announcing alternative cities for travel in 8 high-traffic provinces

The Director-General of the Domestic Tourism Development Bureau has announced alternative cities for travel in the eight most populous provinces.

According to the informants, Mustafa Fatemi said: More than 80% of the capacity of the accommodation centers has been reserved in the provinces of Isfahan, Bushehr, Khorasan Razavi, Fars, Gilan, Mazandaran, Hormozgan and Yazd. Therefore, in these eight districts, we have identified alternative cities with still vacant housing.

According to him, the cities of Aran, Bidgol, Shahrazeh and Najafabad in Isfahan province, and Mehrez and Bafgh in Yazd province were handed over due to vacant housing capacity.

Fatimi also said: Up to 80% of all cities in Gilan and Mazandaran provinces are reserved, so no alternative cities have been announced in these two provinces.

Provinces and travel centers Alternative cities for housing and travel
Isfahan (Isfahan) Aran and Bedgol, Shahraja, Najafabad
Bushehr Testistan, strife
Razavi Khorasan (Mashhad) nshapur function
Sistan and Baluchestan (Chabahar) Konarak, Dashtiary, Sarpaz
Forces (Shiraz) Firuzabad, Lor, Marvdasht, Kajron
Hormozgan (Bandar Abbas, Qeshm, Kish) Minab, Bandar Lengeh, Serik
Yazd (Yazd) Mehrij, baff
Gilan and Mazandaran (all cities are full of travelers) Does not have

The Director General of the Local Tourism Development Bureau had earlier suggested more isolated areas for people to travel to Narouj, Alborz, Tehran, South and North Khorasan, Semnan, Kerman and Markaz.

He said: Introducing the provinces and cities with less traffic and more privacy in Norway in order to connect the trip.

“Before the start of the Naruj holiday, the capacity in the islands of Kish and Kashm and the northern cities is almost complete, and it is difficult to find vacancies,” said Jamshid Hamzazadeh, head of the Iranian Hotel Owners Association.

Sardar Seyed Taymour Hosseini, Deputy Chief of Traffic Police at the country’s Disciplinary Command, announced a 25 percent increase in traffic on the country’s roads between March 16 and 17, with an increase in traffic on the roads to the northern provinces. Last year it was 80% higher.

Farhad Mehriari, Director General of the Office of Road Traffic Safety and Road Transport, announced the largest increase in road traffic in Khuzestan, Bushehr, Gilan, Kom and Semnan provinces in the same period last year. . Traffic in Khuzestan Province increased by 66% and Semnan by 46% compared to last year.

Naruj tours will be implemented two years later with minimal restrictions in the sixth peak of Corona, and the Ministry of Roads and Tourism expects a 30% increase in tours compared to Nowruz in 1998. In that year, 74,300 overnights were recorded and the number of passengers was estimated at 18 million passengers.

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