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Through our extensive contacts we have negotiated agreements and contracts with our suppliers (whether it be airlines, hotels, guides etc) which means that you should never pay above a hotel or airline's published rate and therefore would be paying the same for an Exceptional Travel holiday as you would do by arranging the trip yourselves.
Nur Farzanah Yahya
This is the ONLY tour company you need if you ever decide to visit the amazing land of Persia! I was introduced to Mr Hakan from a friend that have traveled to Iran 10 times Read More"
Special THANKS to U Hakan for your arranging our trip in your lovely country Charming of Iran Hope hope that to have a chance to be back again and again. coz got lost something over there"
I found Travelopersia from the famous Iran Guide Book which is published in Turkey. When I have contacted with him before travel, he easily understood what I wanted and he organized Read More"
Nur Banu Molla
İran’a gitmek isteyen Hakan’ı bulsun. İran misafirperverliği, cömertlik, yardımseverlik her şey Travel Persia’da. İngilizce, Türkçe ve Thai dillerinde konuşabilen Hakan sayesinde İran’ı sorunsuz keşfedebilirsiniz"
Ho contattato questa agenzia per organizzare un bellissimo viaggio attraverso l’Iran ed è stato tutto semplicemente perfetto!! Ha Kan è stato gentile, puntuale e preciso nella corrispondenza Read More"
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An ancient cave village Iran’s ancient village of Maymand, located around 900km south of the capital Tehran, and is littered with troglodytic dwellings ‒ cavernous, underground homes carved out of soft rock. Stone engravings found at the site are estimated to be more than 10,000 years old.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Maymand is said to have been inhabited continuously for more than 2,000 years, which makes it one of Iran’s oldest surviving villages.
Although indelibly illustrious, the millennia-long tale of Iran is, by and large, a sad one. Ravaged by invaders who threatened to put paid to its rich and ancient cultural heritage, razed to the ground by bloodthirsty warlords, perennially betrayed by its own children, and far too often the victim of foreign ploys, the ‘land of the noble’ has been to hell and back again, and then some
The 19th Century was one of the darkest periods in Iran’s recent history. Ruled by sybaritic autocrats who sold Iran for a pittance to foreigners, and plagued by poverty, disease, ignorance, and an overall state of decrepitude and decay, Iran wasn’t exactly the place to be.
As we face the potential of a future London without Uber, let’s look at another place where Uber is also banned: Iran.
Due to the US sanctions on Iran, Uber has not been able to penetrate the Iranian market.
Though, let me introduce you to Snap, the ‘Iranian Uber.’ Currently the main player in Iran, Snap now has over 120,000 active drivers in Iran, and is growing from strength to strength as the demand for quick, personalized transport rises.