Kur­dis­tan tourism guide in Turk­ish and Per­sian lan­guages

The Kurdish Globe - - FRONT PAGE -

In a state­ment pub­lished on its web­site, Kur­dis­tan Tourism Board (KTB), de­clared the pro­duc­tion of two tourism guides about Kur­dis­tan tourist at­trac­tions in Per­sian and Turk­ish lan­guages.

The con­cept of the guide is to in­te­grate all nec­es­sary in­for­ma­tion con­cern­ing over 130 tourist at­trac­tions, as well as to in­form the reader of top-qual­ity tourism and en­ter­tain­ment through­out the Re­gion. The guide con­sists of 142 pages in which 250 im­ages of tourist sites are shown.

"We pro­duced a tourist guide in Turk­ish and Per­sian lan­guages, since many peo­ple from Iran and Turkey reg­u­larly visit Kur­dis­tan Re­gion es­pe­cially in the spring sea­son in or­der to see the tourist at­trac­tions and en­joy their time," read the state­ment.

The guide also in­forms the read­ers about city spe­cific in­for­ma­tion, re­gional in­for­ma­tion, cul­tural and arche­o­log­i­cal places, places to go and places to stay, what to see and do, and top rec­om­mended itin­er­ar­ies.

KTB also an­nounced it has pro­duced an­other Kur­dish guide typed in Latin let­ters to bet­ter serve Kurds from Turkey and oth­ers who speak Kur­dish and write in Latin sub­script.

Kur­dis­tan Re­gion has seen a great en­try of lo­cal and for­eign tourists over the past few years as it is rec­og­nized for its im­pres­sive nat­u­ral land­scapes and more im­por­tantly for the fact that it is the most se­cure part of Iraq.

Over the last year, nearly three mil­lion vis­i­tors have come into the re­gion, with more than a mil­lion of them tourists.

Cover of Tourist guide in Turk­ish Lan­guage

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