The city of Yazd’s first mention in historic records predate it back to around 3000 years B.C. When it was related to by the name of Ysatis, and was then part of the domain of Medes, an ancient settler of Iran.
The city of Yazd is located in the eastern part of central Iran situated on the high, desert plateau that forms much of the country. Amidst the immense desert, Yazd retains its sterling of old in religion, traditions and architecture. Recognized by UNESCO as holding one of the oldest architecture all over the world.
Zoroastrian fire temple,
Amir Chakhmaq square,
Historical citadel of Saryazd,
Enjoy the time in Dolat Abad garden.
Day 1: Yazd
Visiting Amir chakhmaq square, Alexander prison, walking in alleys of yazd, visiting Jome mosque of Yazd, and after having lunch see Dolat abad garden, Zoroastrian fire temple and Silence tower(Zoroastrian cemetery).
Day 2: Meybod, Kharanaq, Chak Chak
Driving to Meybod to see Narin Qale’e and natural refrigerator, Kharanaq & Chack-Chack historical Zoroastrian village, Meanwhile visit the sites.
Day 3: Saryazd, Mehriz, City of Yazd
Drive to Mehriz and visit historical sites and afterward going to see the Sasanid citadel of Saryazd and Shah Abbasi carevanserai, Go back to the city of Yazd to enjoy Zoorkhane religious sport.