• City Tour
  • Full Day
  • €65
  • Starting in Yazd
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TOUR SUMMARY & PRICING

  • Tour Name : Yazd City Tour 1 [Full-Day]
  • Starts in : Yazd : Amirchakhmagh Sq. (09:00)
  • Ends in : Yazd : The Old Town (17:00)
  • Departures : Everyday 09:00
  • free pick-up from central Yazd locations
WITH THIS TOUR YOU VISIT :
  • The highlights of central Yazd
  • 2 UNESCO World Heritage listings
PRICE (EUR)

EUR65.00 / person

TERMS
  • To confirm the booking, you need to complete and submit the booking form.
  • A booking confirmation will be sent to you by email with detailed terms of service.
  • The booking will be confirmed with the payment.
  • Should the departure time is not within the next 14 days, we can keep the booking without a payment for 48 hours.
  • You can see general terms of service here.

BOOKING FORM

  • Comfortable A/C Vehicle for all transports
  • All mentioned  sightseeing with English speaking guides
  • Personal insurance
  • Meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Entrance fees
ITINERARY

Your will be picked up at 08:30 (central Yazd locations).
Yazd, in the middle of Iran and in a remote desert location, remained largely immune to large battles, including the Mongols’ invasion. It’s a living testimony to the use of limited resources for survival in the desert. We start our program at AmirChakhmagh Complex , where we see Yazd’s landmark facade, a venue for religious ceremonies. We then visit The Water Museum, with a visible qanat running underneath, posing the old art of water management in this arid landscape. Jameh Mosque of Yazd is next with its magnificent portal and minarets. From here, we start strolling in the narrow alleys of The Old Town, renowned for its earthen architecture and windcathcers. Yazd was a refuge for Zoroastrians after Arab conquest and is still the hub of the country’s Zoroastrian community. We visit a Fire Temple which gives us more information about this ancient religion. The sacred fire of this temple is stated to have been burning since about 470 AD. We the proceed to The Towers of Silence, used until few decades ago by Zoroastrians for excarnation – that is, for dead bodies to be exposed to carrion birds, usually vultures. Next is Dowlatabad garden, a Persian garden with a pavilion having the tallest windcatcher of the country. Our tour ends at a Zoorkhaneh, Persian traditional gym, where we can watch Persian traditional sports in action.
We expect the tour to end by 17:00.

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