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[vc_row css=".vc_custom_1542281470890{margin-right: 30px !important;margin-left: 30px !important;}"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Good afternoon, We are enjoying the city of Shiraz. The perfect, central, cozy and comfortable hotel. The spectacular city has cultivated us: spring is breathed. Flowers, cultural visits, everything special cuisine. The smell of the orange blossom feels, a pleasure for the senses. You breathe safely everywhere, ah you have to watch the cars, they are a danger. Super friendly people.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Good afternoon, Yousefi! The trip we have made to Iran has been FANTASTIC !. We like to travel a lot and we have many kilometers, but this has been one of the best trips we have made and that has surprised us the most. Also our group of seven has been great (we already knew this ...). The itinerary is quite well drawn since it goes from less to more, in terms of the wonders to visit. Tehran is a big city, and with not too much personality, but you have to go and in a couple of days you can visit a lot of what it offers. From there, everything has been very interesting and intense: Shiraz, beautiful, from the mosque to the bazaar, passing through the mausoleums of poets and gardens. Following the route we arrive at Persepolis, which was the capital of the Persian Empire during the Achaemenid era, so as to spend a whole day there! The truth is that we liked it very much. In the desert area, we were in Yazd, with its wind collectors and the Zoroastrian community, with what it carries, as well as its charming and secluded lanes ... We also visit Pasargadae, where the tomb of Cyrus the Great is located. and from there it was the arrival to ISFAHAN, well, with capital letters, because it is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The Imán Square, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is worth the trip itself, with its mosques and its palace, as well as the Bazaar, where we let ourselves lose aimlessly and we discovered people, trades and other Many things, that made us spend a magnificent afternoon. The Vank Cathedral (of the Armenian Christians), the bridges and its nocturnal atmosphere ... and, finally, the village of Abyaneh, one of the most charming villages in all of Iran, with its small and characteristic mud and wood houses . Throughout the itinerary we have met lovely people, very welcoming and affable, and, having coincided the trip with the party that corresponds to our Christmas, the bustle was general and the familiar, charming racking. It will be from the countries that we visit again, without spending too much time, to be able to assimilate what during this visit, surprising and pleasant that it has been, has not given us time. Thanks for everything

Andrés Navines

[vc_row css=".vc_custom_1542281861168{margin-right: 30px !important;margin-left: 30px !important;}"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Fifteen have been the days we spent in Iran, a country that we have returned absolutely in love with, despite the misleadingly misleading information that comes to us through tendentious media whose work is more misinformed than anything else and that often transmits a hostile country image full of fans who hate us and nonsense like that; nothing further from the Iran that I have known. First of all say that the best heritage that treasures this country are its people who, despite often not speaking only English, are constantly giving kind samples of sweetness, hospitality, curiosity and courtesy. In general, they are luminous and cheerful people, not at all hostile. It is possibly the safest country I have visited, and I have a few. A single woman can travel the country for free without having any security problem. It is not Tehran, in my opinion, the best starting point for the surprising world in which the traveler will later enter; it is a pretty, noisy, chaotic city, and ugly, with the most anarchic traffic imaginable. From my experience I would recommend a visit to the huge, bustling and labyrinthine Grand Bazaar and a small exit to the mountains that surround the city. They say that the museum of the jewels is impressive but unfortunately I could not visit it. From there Yazd, the adobe city with its beautiful mosque and its bazaar, Kerman with its wonderful Khalud desert and Rayen's fortress, Bam possesses a huge fortress in the process of reconstruction, was very damaged after the tragic earthquake, to be one of the most beautiful places on the planet to judge from the photos before it, however it is still impressive. Shiraz, possibly the most beautiful city, magnificent mosque sumptuous gardens the obligatory visit to Persepolis the tomb of Cyrus "The Great", It is in Isfahan, I think the largest city after Tehran, where the traveler will find the most beautiful square in Iran where the bazaar is to do the best crafts purchases. Kashan is a city from which one can travel to the desert of dunes, the salt lake and even spend the night in a caravanserai to see sunrise in the desert. It is a country with magnificent roads and an excellent network of buses (I recommend paying a little more and take buses V.I.P, it's worth it) that make travel a lot easier. The Iranian dish that I liked most is called dissí and it is a delicious stew of lamb and chickpeas with the broth aside. It must be said that it is true that the political regime is an Islamic republic and that we must accept rules in which the woman has to wear her hair and can not wear tight clothes that enhance her curves. Nor can you even drink a beer or any alcohol, it is prohibited throughout the country. Whoever wants to spend the trip taking mojitos in a swimsuit surrounded by nightclubs and night clubs on the hunt for sex, this is not your trip at all.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


[vc_row css=".vc_custom_1542282235205{margin-right: 30px !important;margin-left: 30px !important;}"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Good morning. Maybe they remember me, since they helped me obtain a visa from Iran, where I traveled with my bicycle during the month of November. I was looking to write on the website of Iran Travel a small review about the experience I had during my trip, but I do not see what section to do it. I recently wrote a blog about this trip, which can be found at: Greeting[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Enco - Solutions

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This summer we have been in Iran. Maybe it is not the best time of the year because of the heat, but for us it is the best, when we can enjoy the well-deserved vacation. We could explain many things about Iran, but this is very easy, on the Internet, pages and pages talk about history, art, culture, politics, and more. Because Iran presents traces of human occupation since the Stone Age, ... but if during the trip you listen to the guide he will instruct you in such a way that you will be unable to remember all the times, the name of kings, ... And while he tells you, you're left speechless because what you see exceeds in magnitude everything you've read before. And it is still very difficult to describe in words what your heart really feels. That's when with the camera you try to capture these small details of the great monuments, when you're compressing the cervical backwards until you can no more, to take the maximum of the dome of a mosque ... or when you walk backwards, staring intently at the target Framing everything within a few bits of digital memory. Or when you get so close to a mosaic to photograph a detail that it seems you want to make an X-ray. ... And when all this you have already registered, you relax the view and you soak up the tranquility or the murmur of the people, or loneliness ... because your group is no longer there! ... The mosques are spectacular, the castles, towns, streets, and of course, the cities, which large or small have a bazaar. Ufff !!!! Awesome! The crossroads of streets and alleys, the bustle of the people, the merchants, the delivery bikes, the grocery stores, colorful fabrics, carpets, jewels, sweets, tools, tea stops ... everything, everything, everything! And the question we ask ourselves often, how can it be that so many people sell so much of the same thing and do business? While in the bazaar certainly movements are gestated and opinions are discussed, outside in the immense plaza the patient sun shines, waiting for you to leave. Above all this is a people, with their day to day regulated by a Koran converted into law. A friendly people, who come to you, shake your hand and ask you to take a picture (really amazing for the tourist, a paradise). Beautiful women under a handkerchief, which in our view is just a wall, a difference between man and woman that should not exist. But in front of everything there is respect ... and we put on the handkerchief, with more or less grace, but we put it on. And there are also the questions of curious, before silent voices, that ask you what we think of your country. They want to tell us that Iran is a rich, old and peaceful country. We would add that its wealth is cultural, natural and historical. Of a surprising beauty. And its people ... especially friendly, nice ... great.   Francesc i Carme[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Francisco y Rosalia

[vc_row css=".vc_custom_1542282461766{margin-right: 30px !important;margin-left: 3px !important;}"][vc_column][vc_column_text]We are, Francisco and Rosalia that together two more couples we have visited, Iran from North to South, for 23 days. (October - Nov. 2014). We want to thank you for how well organized you have been culturally (along the way,) gastronomically, (for the variety and quality of the meals,) excellently selected by the guide, and the correction of the hotels (the Tehran, and the Kashan They were excellent.) The trip, and the country we liked a lot. Its monuments, mosques, mausoleums, tombs, (Circus, Dario, Xerxes, etc.) the wonderful Persepolis and the kindness, sympathy and desire to communicate of people, especially women. But, above all, we want to highlight the excellent guide: ZAHRA FARHANGIAN, great person, cultured, professional, pleasant, effective, (able to make us open the Kerman fortress, and the Shahzadeh gardens, for us alone, closed for a party, sacred.) Zahra with her great love for her country made us understand the socio-cultural complexity of Iran-Persia. He made us come back very satisfied with the trip. For all that we have just explained, we recommend people looking for a culturally distinct, clean country, friendly people with great historical heritage to visit Iran, without any apprehension, (adapting to the cultural norms of the country.) They will return with a different and positive idea about Iran than we have here.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]We just arrived and it went super well !!!!! =) Thanks to you for your organization, your time and kindness, the driver very good, kind and friendly, the truck also good, very comfortable, we had a somewhat wrong idea of Iran and we ended up being super happy, the beautiful places, the Precious mosques and Persepolis very father and the guide. The EXCELLENT guide, we highly recommend him, Mehrad Khosravi was always super nice and friendly, excellent explanations, very cultured and prepared and he helped us a lot, with a lot of availability and super nice and attentive with my parents, he made the trip very pleasant, that was a part that worried us a little because spending 10 full days with someone you do not know can sometimes be difficult, but with it all very well, and people in Iran very nice. The only detail was that we did not visit the museum of the jewels in Tehran because that day was closed = (and we had to go to another one. Thanks a lot for everything![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

César y Míriam

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Familia Carrera


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It has been a fantastic trip, the guide has provided us with a lot of information, and attention. Iran has surprised us, a positive, the mixture of culture, history, heritage, contrasts in infrastructure and organization make it a really advisable trip. A great surprise and very positive.


Bernabé Bracero Roldán

[vc_row css=".vc_custom_1542282293501{margin-right: 30px !important;margin-left: 30px !important;}"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Good afternoon, I am sending this message to thank you for the management of our trip and stay in Iran. The hotels were very well located and above all, the hotels in Yadz and Isfahan (traditional hotels) were fantastic. The chauffeur Reza, very kind and correct at all times, drove us very well on the itineraries by car. We have been able to appreciate the hospitality of the people of their country, the beauty of their cities and their monuments and the greatness of their past, evident in their archaeological sites of Persepolis, Naqsh-e-Rostam and Pasargada. Thank you very much and kind regards.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Toni & Miquela


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