Laleh Hotel – Yazd
Parsian Safaiyeh Hotel – Yazd
Morshed Garden Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Labe Khandagh Historical Hotel – Yazd
Royaye Ghadim Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Roz (Rose) Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Saraye Kohan Hotel – Yazd
Atlas Hotel – Yazd
Dad Hotel – Yazd
Khane Dohad Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Zein-o-Din Caravanserai – Yazd
Vali Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Parsian Azadi Hotel – Yazd
Moshir Hotel – Yazd
Sher Baf Eco Guesthouse – Yazd
Salasi Hotel – Yazd
Shargh (Orient) Traditional Hotel – ...
Adib al-Mamalek Traditional Hotel – ...
Zanbagh Hotel – Yazd
Mozafar Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Soroush Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Jahangardi (Tourism) Hotel – Yazd
Sonati (Traditional) Hotel – Yazd
Kourosh Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Mehr Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Malek al-Tojjar Hotel – Yazd
Kohan Kashane Hotel – Yazd
Arg Hotel – Yazd
Tehrani Hotel – Yazd
Khatam Hotel – Yazd
Fahadan Museum Hotel – Yazd
Khesht Abad Traditional Hotel – Yazd
Uruza Eco Guesthouse – Yazd
Sabat Guesthouse – Yazd
Jangal (Jungle) Hotel – Yazd
Moshir al-Mamalek Garden Hotel – Yazd
Caravan (Karavan) Hotel – Yazd
Fazeli Hotel – Yazd
Khaneh Kheshti Eco Guesthouse – Yazd
Badgir Eco Guesthouse (Windcatcher Hostel) ...
Yazd is the capital of Yazd Province, Iran. The city is located 270 km (170 mi) southeast of Esfahan.Because of generations of adaptations to its desert surroundings, Yazd has a unique Persian architecture. It is nicknamed the "City of Windcatchers" (Shahr-e Badgirha) from its many examples. It is also very well known for its Zoroastrian fire temples, ab anbars, qanats, yakhchals, Persian handicrafts, handwoven cloth (Persian termeh), silk ...read more about Yazd
Alexander’s Prison – Yazd
Ziyaiyeh School with about 8 centuries of historical background is located beside Twelve Imams Shrine in Fahadan Neighborhood in Yazd. This monument was established in 631 Hijri year by the famous scholar, Zia al-Din Hossein Reza and was completed ...
Amir Chakhmaq Square – Yazd
Amir Chakhmaq Square is one of the most beautiful tile-work and architectural masterpieces of century 9 AH. It belongs to Timurid period, and was called the same in Safavid era. Some of these monuments were revived in Shah Abbas's reign. This ...
Badgir (Wind Trappers) – Yazd
One of the distinctive features of the cities of Yazd province which discriminate it from other cities, is the existence of various wind trappers. Most of them belong to old residential houses.On the other hand majority of urban reservoirs and ...
Vaqt Va Saat Square – Yazd
This old square dates back to 8th century AH. Among the buildings around it worth mentioning are Seyed Roknedin School and an ancient water reservoir.There used to be astronomical observation installation (observatory) an endowment of the year ...