Everything is amazing in Yazd. A city that holds the title of the second historical city in the world after "Venice" and this is not the only feature of Yazd. Traces of Iran's ancient history can be easily seen in Yazd. you can not only join the history, but you can also realize the wonders of Iranian architecture in the desert. Beautiful and rare tourist destinations in Yazd attract many tourists and travelers every year.
7 Most Famous Yazd's Gardens
The historical gardens of Yazd are a green treasure
Yazd; The city of clay and soil is known as the bride of the desert.This desert city has hidden and keeps the valuable water from the bright and burning rays of the sun in the heart of the ground, and transmits it to gardens and plateaus by various aqueducts!
2 Days Tour in Yazd
If you want to get acquainted with the Zoroastrians of Yazd, join us on this tour. The second day of the Yazd city tour was dedicated to the Zoroastrians. This Religious minority has lived here for hundreds of years. They have been the world's first monotheistic religion. Your second-day tour is a little slower-paced and dedicated to discovering the Zoroastrians.
Free Yazd walking tour
Would you like to discover Yazd historical sites like a local?
hiking in the old twisted alleys of Yazd with thatch tall walls, where you can find and discover the deep history of Yazd. The Jame mosque, holy shrines, old traditional houses, schools, and public charity buildings, can amaze and astonish you. This Free Yazd walking tour will cover many of the top attractions. You can visit them easily and enjoy the most famous historical sites.
How to travel to Yazd
you should visit Yazd if you want to believe its magic history. Yazd is the bride of the desert and the only recorded city of Iran in UNESCO for several reasons. Many Iranians and non-Iranians like to visit this city as they have heard about its historical and natural attractions. Yazd is a favorite tourist destination for its, vernacular architecture in the desert, windcatchers, Zoroastrians, Termeh (traditional brocade), silk weaving, Baqlava, Qotab (local sweets), etc.