Isfahan is one of the few provinces that in all seasons of the year due to the existence of different historical and ancient buildings and many tourist attractions, many industrial factories, and also the variety of handicrafts is one of the tourism and economic hubs of Iran and the world but it lacks a Tourist Post Office.
It should be noted that in addition to the service industry, the post office is one of the cultural industries that can operate in the field of tourism and provide services related to tourism.
Tourist Post Office, if it is addressed in a planned way, will play a significant role in promoting the tourism economy.
Upon entering the country, foreign tourists need to establish communication with their city or country. It is necessary to establish facilities like Tourist Post Office at the entrances of air, land and rail terminals and in important tourist centers, and in these service centers such as providing electronic services, postcards and other postal needs of a tourist should be there and in the same centers, strategic and local goods, especially handicrafts of the province should be available for tourists to buy and visit.
Tourist Post Office centers at the entrances and exits of these terminals or important historical places can be a place for selling handicrafts and local souvenirs of the city, and the tourist, after shopping, puts it in the mail to leave it at the specified time.
Send packages to an address that the tourist announces, and by providing this service, a new chapter can be opened for the development of the tourism economy in the country, although today the postal share of the tourism industry is zero, which should provide significant opportunities for job creation in addition to attracting tourists. Made money and promoted traditions.
These Tourist Post Office, which will be known as tourist post offices of Iran, it is better to provide free services for sending postcards, mail letters, etc. by tourists, especially foreign tourists, to their homeland.
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