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Within the previous 12 months the following three Visa Agents have received positive reviews from genuine travelling Thorn Tree members.

Persian Voyages www.persianvoyages.com

Pasargad Tours www.pasargad-tours.com

Touran Zamin www.touranzamin.com

My own positive experience in obtaining a visa authorisation code was with Pars Tourist www.key2persia.com

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We (3 of us) just came back from our 25-day trip to Iran. As Canadians, we had to have a guide. We did not join a package tour. We put together our own itinerary and traveled with our guide Saeed in his limo from place to place. It was an awesome trip. We had all the freedom to do things on our own, however Saeed was there for us when we needed him. Traveling around in his limo was very efficient and saved us loads of time.

Iran has a lot to offer to travelers – it is a country with modern…

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Dubai metro

Sorry if this seems a stupid question...is Khalid bin al Waleed the same metro station as Bur Juman?

It seems to be in the same place (on two different maps i'm looking at).

From the airport.....I can take the red line to that station and then change for the green line (one stop) to Al Fahidi station...right?

Thanks Luc

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If you visit the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGXst5Q1eUc you'll find my photos taken in Tehran, Shiraz, Kerman, Isfahan, Mashad and other smaller towns. There are many photos of mosques, caravanserais, historic ruins, bridges, palaces, gardens, but the most intriguing images are those of people: so many women covered in black, old praying, children. The cultural experience was very rich, but the contact with people was always friendly and sometimes moving: the Iranians are…

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I've read all the earlier posts on Thorn Tree, and websearched extensively, as I'm visitng Iran this October. I'm using Pars Travel in Shiraz who can get the invitation letter, my bewilderment is about actually getting a visa...
It seems Iran's Dublin embassy no longer accepts postal applications?? so is Frankfurt the best alternative? There seem to be contradictory guidelines about which form to use, whether fingerprints are needed, etc. Has anyone made a postal application recently?
Can anyone…

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Hello, I intend to go back to BA and, among other things, see the night bazar again because it was interesting but I might arrive late in the evening. For those of you familiar with it, do you know when it closes ? the LP say early evening is best. Would you say it's still open at 10 PM ? Thank you.

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I am in the midst of planning a combination trip to Israel, Jordan and Egypt around the first 3 weeks of September 2015. I would like to go with a small group of women who are laid back and fun, preferably ages between 35-60's. I live in Northwest, N.J. I will be registering for a single room supplement but would like to go with others I know so I'm not solo during the tours and activities. I'm currently looking into different tour options/companies. So far, it's looking like the costs for the…