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Old Town

Intorno ad Amir Chakhmag Square | Vaght-o-Saat Sq. , Next to the Fazeli Hotel, Yazd, Iran
98-913-851-5504
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Stunning desert city

It was truly love at first sight on our first visit to Yazd. Be it wandering around the old town... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Harrakan
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Hitchin, United Kingdom
via mobile
Don't miss old district of Yazd

Here I have seen several times and last month I was toured by Eisa. He is quite knowledgeable, very... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Let's Travel t
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Shiraz, Iran
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Intorno ad Amir Chakhmag Square | Vaght-o-Saat Sq. , Next to the Fazeli Hotel, Yazd, Iran
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It was truly love at first sight on our first visit to Yazd. Be it wandering around the old town, experiencing the famous Persian hospitality to late night koshti (Iranian wrestling). The highlight of our trip.

Thank Harrakan
Reviewed 1 week ago

Here I have seen several times and last month I was toured by Eisa. He is quite knowledgeable, very flexible and charming to show you around. Apparently you can visit all the alleys and streets but with him would be something exceptional. He knows all...More

Thank Let's Travel t
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were there during Ramadan late in the afternoon but much was closed. Nevertheles it allowed us to walk up to Jameh mosk through the small streets. It feels like you go back in time and gives you a taste of Persia in the older...More

Thank Suusks
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You feel as if you are going back in time. These narrow streets where constructed to maximise shade and wind flow.

Thank Janet C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is easy to spend time wandering the old city with its covered streets, mud walls and houses, wind catchers and shops. Spend time in one of the little cafes where everyone seems friendly and interested. Dine in our of the busy Persian restaurants amongst...More

Thank themudgeerambler
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is a travel agency just by the walls of Jame Mosque, in the very vivid quarter of Yazd - with stirring shop keepers, mullahs in black, old shia locals, young girls with headscarves, foreigners, and families dining out. Amid this merry bustling, try to...More

1  Thank Bulatov
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is probably the UNESCO World Heritage Site I spent the most time in trying to understand how to “properly” visit it during my recent trip in Iran. When I was just about to give up on it, a sign suddenly emerged in the streets...More

Thank theberntraveler
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beatiful old town, just as I imagined for such a city in the desert. Great sunset views in quite a few rooftop cafes. In the end of May it's too hot to walk there in the middle of the day, therefore you can explore it...More

Thank Rok R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This old part of Yadz is a beautiful place to wander, particularly later in the day when the sun is not so high in the sky. Keep an eye out for the mad bike riders who scoot around the narrow laneways, but remember that the...More

Thank J0anned568
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I really love this city and especially the old town. It's really kept unchanged during the years likely the time is stopped there!

Thank Shurideh
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hjbblkskx
any body have idea abour weather in iran nowdays?
26 June 2016|
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Response from Hesam D | Reviewed this property |
You will see hot weather in all these cities, specially in Yazd, which is in the middle of desert. But don't worry, it's not as bad as it looks! Have a nice trip!
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Paul J
hello.my name is Paul.I am from England-London.I am travelling to Iran-Yazd next week.I need some info on clothing do,s and don,ts.I need to know Iranians culture too.help me please.thanks
19 January 2016|
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Response from Hussein D | Reviewed this property |
Dearest Paul. It is great to hear you are going to visit my country, Iran. As for the clothing in Yazd, it is not really cold, light clothes work yet you need warm clothes for the evening. As for people, do not even think... More
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bindukat
Would two nights be unnecessary to see the sights of Yazd.
7 August 2015|
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Response from arashmaziar1 | Reviewed this property |
if you want to visit yazd its best that you give 3 days to it or at least 2 days, because there are very important sights ant north(take 1 day) south(takes half a day) and inside of yazd(takes 1 day)
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