A number of Iranian travel-asso-ciated businesses, tour operators, artists and artisans represent the Islamic Republic at the CMT China, a fair for holidays and leisure, which opened in Nanjing on Friday. Iran runs ten stands at the three-day exhibit with the aim of presenting investment opportunities, national legends and tourist destinations to the visitors, CHTN reported.
“China is a top priority of Iran’s target markets,” Moham-mad-Ebrahim Larijani, the director of advertising and marketing office of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organ-ization, said earlier in May. On the whole, the organizers of the CMT China welcomed about 447 exhibitors from 31 countries.
The fair offers a wealth of interesting travel offers and expert advice with tips on travel preparation and route planning for your personal vacation planning.