Participating in the IITE exhibition can make Isfahan and Iran the destination of tourism for many people in the world and a place full of joy and diversity in the world.
Hotels, hostels, recreational centers, various types of tourism, restaurants, coffee shops, catering and catering centers, manufacturers and suppliers of handicrafts and souvenirs, universities, research centers, journals and Specialist journals, NGOs, tourism services companies, insurance companies and banks
Black nomadic tents, local and traditional dishes, ethnic costumes, ethnic music are part of the vast capacity of tourism and crafts in Isfahan.
Investment companies, tourism sites, hotel accommodations, hospitals and health centers, health tourism, tourism services companies, leaderboards and travel guides, airline companies, shipping companies (air, land, rail, sea and shipping) Times), startups and tourist software and online reservations can connect with the great tourism market of Iran by attending the IITE exhibition in Esfahan.
Undoubtedly one of the honors of every nation and country is its indigenous and handicraft industries. Traditional art is a collection of original, indigenous and popular arts of every country that has deep roots in the beliefs of customs, habits, traditions and, in general, the spiritual culture of society. And the display of the culture and civilization of the people. The cultural and artistic heritage that passes through the ages to the posterity has a great spiritual value and is based on the cultural and artistic backers of the ancestors.
The “World Handicraft City” brand for Isfahan City According to the World Council of Handicrafts and the existence of 199 handicrafts registered in Isfahan province, Isfahan Handicrafts is one of the best handicrafts. The IITE exhibition is the best time and place to build and strengthen communication with this vast cultural sea .
Iran is a country of different races.one of the most important of these, are Persianic peoples, more than 65% of the Iranian population, who are descendants of the Ilam or Aryan tribes, settled in the Middle Ages in the second millennium BC and chose Persia for Iran.
Turkmen, Kurds (including the northern Kirmangyan or the so-called Kirmanji and South Kermanji, or so-called Sourani), Baluchi (Baloch is the name of one of the Middle Eastern peoples in Iran and Pakistan and Afghanistan), Bakhtiari (Bakhtiari) is one of the great tribes of Iran, known as the Great Lor They are inhabited in the middle Zagros), Qashqai (Ghashgahi is one of the two great tribes of Iran living in the province of Fars), Lors (Aryan tribes are mixed with kashi or Kasite tribes), Arabs (about 4% (two and Half a million people are Arabs of Iran, most of whom live in the Khuzestan province and the Persian Gulf, Azeri (Azeri Turks are the largest ethnic minority in Iran, accounting for 25% of the total population of Iran).
Armenians and Jews (Armenians and Jews live in different parts of the city of Iran, a large number of Armenians reside in Tehran and Isfahan, and Iranian Jews are 2500 years old, mostly in four cities of Tehran, Hamedan, Isfahan and Shiraz) And the Assyrians (the Assyrians, after the fall of the empire in Mesopotamia, have become part of the Iranian nation and have come to fate with the people of this land). Participating in the IITE exhibition is the best opportunity to know and communicate directly with the tribes, the Iranian people and the traditional cuisine and the customs of their life.
Kian Fartak Company is one of the Cafel Economic Group subdivisions and organizer of the exhibition, invites all Tourism industry activists to participate in this international event and provide new and emerging markets for themselves and others.
This collection is for the welfare of the participants. The participants have prepared the following services in order to make the event even better
1) Printing and advertising services
2) Accommodation and hotel services
3) Transfer service
4) Design and construction of pavilion services
5) Intra-city tourism tour
6) Advice on the markets of Iran and Isfahan