Fez Morocco Travel
The incredible city of Fez in Morocco has so much to do, but the best is in the historic centre. Here is the last post of our 10-day trip, which shows us the beautiful city of Fez.
Today, Fz is considered the most important religious city in Morocco due to its Islamic traditions and offers its visitors a different view of Moroccan life. We only spent one day in Fez but we loved it and we had a great time strolling through the historic centre, the city centre and the old town of Marrakech. One thing you should not miss is a stroll through the ancient city centre, one of Morocco's most famous tourist attractions. It is oriented as a tourist destination in the same way as Marrakech, as the other tourist orientations in the Moroccan cities of Mar, so keep in mind that it also sees many tourists from other parts of Morocco, especially from the Middle East and Europe.
One of the best places to visit Fez is if you want to learn more about the history of Fez and Morocco in general. You will be amazed by the beautiful design here in Fez and those who take note will feel at home in the ancient city centre and in the old town of Marrakech, one of the most famous tourist attractions in Morocco.
If there is only one building to visit in Fez (not to say too nice), it should be Medersa Bou Inania. Riad Al Atik riyad is located in an alley, which makes it quite difficult to find it, but you will certainly enjoy looking at it. It offers a more authentic Moroccan stay and we highly recommend it if you are in Fez. Don't let the fact that there is no park stop you, there are so many other things that keep you and your family busy, especially when you visited Fez and Morocco as a child.
To help you visit the city, we have compiled a list of activities in Fez and Medina. One of the best things to do while doing Fez is in the ancient medina of Fez, also known as Fez el Bali. The main attractions are there, but as an alternative there is a place like Fezi El Jedid is a 15 minute walk from Fezzan and is less frequented by tourists. Most visitors to Fex want to stay in a guest house, where many local residences function as guest houses.
Staying in a Moroccan riad is a must when visiting, but remember that they do not exist in the city, so it is best to stay in the well-lit tourist areas after dark. Nevertheless, a aimless stroll through the city centre of Fez is by far the best way to get a feel for Morocco. Like the rest of Morocco, Fezzan is very cheap and easy to save money. Marrakech, Rabat and Fez are the safest cities, with a good number of hotels, restaurants, shops and hotels.
What makes Fez so special is that there is a huge medieval medina and no visit to Fez is complete without spending a few hours in the Medinas. One of the most fascinating activities in Fz is the drive through the medina and the old town. Once in FeZ, the best way to explore the medina is on foot, but in some cases vehicles are allowed. This is undoubtedly the top offer in and around Fis, Morocco, and it is one of my five favorite places in all of Morocco.
We talked to our guide about our interests before exploring the city for a full day and being guided by a local.
We enjoyed our tour in Casablanca as our own driver and guide were fully qualified and accredited. Moroccan palaces that have been luxuriously restored (see our list of riads in Marrakech) and in Fez you can see Ryad, Mabrouka and Dar El Ghalia. Visit one of the four imperial cities of Morocco and discover thousands of years of Moroccan heritage. Roman ruins of an ancient kingdom, which you can visit on a day trip to Fez, or the Roman ruins of ancient kingdoms.
My personal favorite place in Fez is the ancient madrasa, better known as Bou Inania or Madrassa. When we joined the odyssey through the Moroccan Sahara, we fell under the spell of the Medina and fell in love with it more than a few times. We also tried the chic spa version of a hammam in Marrakech, but there are also some nice ones in Fez.
Although there are many places to visit in Morocco, Fez is one of the best places to experience the historic medina, ancient madrassa and the city itself. I hope this guide has made planning your trip to Fez, Morocco, as easy as navigating the historic medina. Although train travel in Morocco is reliable and safe, I would advise against it, but FeZ station offers a great connection to the country's largest cities, including Tangier, Marrakech, Casablanca and Rabat. There is a lot of information on the Internet about how people live and work in Africa and Morocco.