Am I safe in Iran?

Is Iran safe? Several views on Iran’s travel safety in 2020 Safety can be defined by many factors. As well, it could contain different meanings from the feeling of security to how things are actually being protected. In the same way, one thing is for sure. That is the fact that safety is one of [...]
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Best Iran Travel Suggestion after Coronavirus

Around the world, wherever you look, everyone is talking about the new coronavirus. Experts from different countries are trying to find and extract a solution from all the facts and information we know about Covid-19 cases. Considering Coronavirus, should I cancel my Iran trip? There is no certain date to the end of the spread [...]
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Qajar Art

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.

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Iran’s answer to Uber

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.

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Ski in Iran

With pistes higher than most European resorts, and lift passes much cheaper, Iran is a bit of a downhill paradise.

Its north-facing slopes and high altitudes ensure crisp powder between December and May. After the country’s nuclear deal with the West, not to mention the first heavy snowfall in mid-November, Iranian ministers hope to attract fat-walleted tourists to the white peaks outside the smoggy capital.

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