Fez Morocco Attractions
Shopping is one of the best activities in Morocco and is located in the ancient medina of Fez, also known as Fez el Bali. Most of the attractions on this list are concentrated in the city centre and its shopping centres, but there are plenty of attractions in FeZ, with alleyways full of goods loaded with donkeys. If you are just trying to find el bali (OldFez) You can fill three or four days with it.
The medina of Fez is surrounded by high walls and better known as Fez el Bali, and it is located directly opposite the Jewish Quarter.
If you can't get enough of the tannery in Fez, you should visit the amazing sights of the Medina. There is also a riad in the medina, which is the best place to stay in Fez, and is famous for its blue ceramics, from which you can see how it is made. Don't forget to check out our list of FeZ attractions, which are the most fascinating and secret places to visit.
You can also hire a private driver to pick you up from your hotel in Fez, Morocco, and take you directly to Volubilis. If you are travelling to Morocco by car and need parking, you should choose a riad in the medina.
If you are also interested in modern sights in Fez, Fez el Jedid (New Town) is a beautiful place. There are so many wonderful places to visit in Morocco when you start your excursion in Fez, and the surroundings of Fez are also really interesting.
If you want to visit Morocco in the near future, you should also visit these charming and famous places in Morocco. Staying in a Moroccan riad is a must when visiting Fez, one of the most beautiful places to travel in Morocco. You should remember that not every city has Moroccan riads, so you should take a few days to visit the best places. Most of them are located anywhere in Fes, which makes it the perfect place for a stay and visit when you visit Fes.
Alternatively, a place like Fez el Jedid is a 15-minute walk from Fez, but less frequented by tourists and tourists. Another attraction of Meknes is the fact that it receives many visitors from other parts of the world, especially from Europe and the Middle East.
Bab Boujeloud is a wonderful first impression when entering Fez el bali, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. The main attractions of Fez are the ancient city of Meknes, the historic city of Khartoum and the old town, as well as the famous Bab al-Bab, a tourist attraction.
You will also pass through the gate to the Semmarin Medina and there is a small entrance to the ancient city of Khartoum and the old town of Meknes, as well as to Bab Boujeloud.
Morocco is a year-round destination, which means you can visit Fez pretty much anywhere you want. If you are a first-time visitor to Morocco or have been here a few times, a 48-hour stay in Fe will open up a whole host of new and interesting things. Spend at least 2 days in Fez to find some of the most authentic places in Morocco. To get to us, take a look at our guide to how to get to the city, as well as a short guide to the main attractions of the city.
One of the best experiences you can have in Morocco is to stay in a zellij (Moroccan tile) designed by one of Morocco's most famous architects, Abdelaziz Al-Aziz, and his team.
While Fez's development and growth seem almost organic, the planned city was built by the Merenid Sultan of Morocco, his son and successor Abdelaziz Al-Aziz, and the city itself took the form of the walls built during his father's reign, which still form the ground plan of today's Fez El-Bali. One of them was the Sultanate Palace, where the monarchs and their wives and their families stayed during their visits to Fez. The Bou Inania was also the last and largest one built, and was slightly different from the other Medersas offez. Although its development / growth seemed almost organic, it was in fact the first of a series of planned cities built by both the Merenids and his sons in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Although the Medersa Bou Inania is still used for religious purposes, it is not the only religious building in Fez that non-Muslims are allowed to visit due to its proximity to the city centre.
My personal favorite place in Fez is the ancient Madrasa, better known as Bou Inania Madrassa. Built in 1350, it was once the seat of the King of Morocco and his family and an educational building known in Morocco as Medersa al-Attarine. With its beautiful architecture, beautiful interiors and beautiful gardens, Mederas al Attarinas is one of our most beautiful in Fez and a great place to visit.