Fez is the home to the oldest and largest authentic Medina in Morocco. It is considered the religious, cultural, and handicraft center of Morocco. For you photographers out there, there is plenty to capture during your visit.
This tour starts at your hotel, where you will be picked up after breakfast in a comfortable- air-conditioned vehicle, heading to the Medina of Fez.
Start by Fez Alleys to explore lovely narrow streets and souks lined with local fresh fruit, vegetable, spices mounds, woven Berber carpets, and other Morocco handicraft items. As you walk through Fez el-Bali, you are literally walking through 1,300 years of Moroccan heritage, then you will visit the first university in the world, the University Al-Qaraouiyine founded in 859, now a mosque. Not far from it you will discover Madrasa Bou Inania founded in AD 1351–56 the major example of Marinid architecture, Madrasa Al-Attarine koranic school, visit also Najjarine fountain, Batha Palace that’s now a museum of traditions art and not miss the famous Chouara Tannery where you can watch how leather was made centuries ago and how Moroccans maintain this tradition.
you’ll have lunch at one of the many Moroccan restaurants in the medina, later you’ll stop at Bab Boujloud, the medina’s most famous gate, to take a couple of photographs. Finally, you will visit the Mellah district, which is the ancient Jewish quarter that is a significant part of Fez’s heritage. In addition to many other important attractions, such as the Dar Batha and royal palace.