Travel to Yazd
In travel Iran Yazd is a historic city and also recorded city in UNESCO world heritage site, in our country, in the heart of the desert, a city known as the city of Qanats, wind tower, and the first city of the world was built with clay adobe. A trip to Yazd can create a unique memorial to this historic city. Yazd, the second most historic city in the world after Venice in Italy, attracts many tourists all year round.
There are several ways to Travel to Iran and to Yazd as one of the major and most visited cities in Iran. The first way we propose is to use the aircraft because of its ease of use. In the northwest of Yazd, Shahid Sadoughi International Airport is located in the major cities of Iran and foreign flights are also carried out at the airport.
Another way to get to Yazd is by rail. The railway station of this city is located in the railway square. The third way to get to Yazd via the road is to go to Yazd.
What to buy from Yazd?
Yazd is very famous for its sweets. Certainly you have already heard the names of yazd and polka cakes, and you can try Yazdi's most famous sweets, Yazdi cakes, Baqlava, Haji Badomi and Sohan. Another souvenir of Yazd, pottery and pottery of Meybod, are also popular among the city.
One of the souvenirs of Yazd is the famous fabrics include handkerchiefs, counterpane, and night tents, that is one part of tourist attractions in this city.
Yazd Tourist Attractions
Historical texture of Yazd city: Surely the first thing that comes to our mind when we hear the name of Yazd is the city's historical and architectural texture. Iran Tourism attractions such as the oldest brickwork in the world, called Narin Castle, and the world's tallest wind, are just two examples of the city's historic attractions.
Temple of Yazd: Wherever you are, you have heard the name of the fire temple of Yazd, the sacred fire in which the Zoroastrian sacred fire is kept, and it has been said that for more than 1500 years it has not been extinguished. This fire is stored inside a large bronze firebox.
Amir Chammaq Square: Amir Chammaq Square is in fact a collection of nineteenth century that includes the bazaar, mosque and water storage.
Jame Mosque of Yazd: Yazd Mosque is a historical mosque belonging to the Sassanid period, although its various parts have been completed in different periods and are famous for its beautiful and special tiling.
Lari House: One of the historic houses of Yazd and a great example of a 13th century aristocratic house.
Dolatabad Garden: The windfall in this garden is the world's tallest windmill, and the garden itself dates back to Dora Afshariyah. And this is a part of Iran History.
Water reservoir of six wind turbines: The age of this reservoir is 180 years ago and the Qajar era, and it has 6 windmills. The six-winding water storage is located in the area of six wind turbines and is one of the attractions of the travelers of this city and people of Yazd.
School of Ziaee: A school that was taught about 700 years ago. There was a great deal of scholars in this school. The school is also known as the Alexander's Prison, which is said to have been exiled to the place where Alexander the Great ordered to be imprisoned.
Hour Square: The oldest Iranian city clock is in this area.
Qarnat Zarch: Qannats which date back to Islam and one of the historical works of Yazd city.
Pentecost Zoroastrian shrine: This shrine is related to Zoroastrians, which is sacred to them because of the disappearance of Lady Yazdgerd during the Arabs. On April 18, each year, Zoroastrians go to the shrine to stay there and take pilgrimage.
Best restaurant in Yazd
- Talar restaurant
- Bam restaurant
- Moshir Almamalek restaurant
- Sezar restaurant
- Vakil o roaya restaurant
- 5nights accommodation in middle-class hotels (B+B)
- 4night accommodation in guesthouses in desert
- 10 days transportation with the 4WD car all across mentioned destinations
- Experienced English speaking driver guide for 10 days
- All the entrance fees and permits