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Iran's not a place for nightlife, which is actually more than fine with me. One could spend some time in an internet cafe or else chat with fellow travellers in the hotel restaurant... or even better, you could go for a walk around town: it's perfectly safe and there are plenty of people around. The best thing you could do is to enjoy the stunning buildings - all lit up and magical, and then get lost in the maze of little alleys.
If you are interested in seeing more nighttime photos, see my travelogue at the bottom of this page.
Dress Code: As you would do in Iran during the day: modest clothes and a headscarf
Written Apr 13, 2008
Wandering around Yazd Bazaar at night is a really exotic experience. You feel as though you have been transported back to Persia in the Middle Ages, as you stroll around the maze of ancient alleyways, packed with people.
Written Nov 29, 2004
6 Reviews and 49 Opinions I stayed at Silk Road Hotel in Yazd. I paid IR40 000 (Nov 2008) per nite for an underground dorm bed...