The desert city of Yazd is as picturesque as Middle Eastern cities come. Its well-preserved mud brick old town, distinctive badgirs, or wind-catchers, dotted around the skyline, and numerous historical sites make it a necessary destination for any tourist visiting Iran. Here we explore the top things to see and do in Yazd.
Ancient Persia and modern Iran sit side by side. A visit here is to uncover the history of one of the world’s greatest empires, hear the stories and legends, and enjoy the accessible treasures of the past; all while trying to understand the modern complex society that dominates it. This is where your journey within one of the Middle East’s most misunderstood countries will most likely begin
Things to do
Souvenirs, Handicrafts & Shopping in Yazd
Yazd is very famous in Iran for its various handicrafts, such as carpet, silk fabrics, cashemers and also for its pastries. If you are looking for Persian carpets at reasonable prices, there are many Persian carpets to choose from at the bazaar.
How to get to
Visa is a permission of entry to Iran for a limited period of time issued by Embassies and Consulates General of the Islamic Republic of Iran abroad, for foreign nationals after receiving the approval of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Tourist visa applies to foreign nationals who wish to travel to Iran for sightseeing purposes or to visit their friends and family.