Things to see in Fez
Narrow streets guard treasures accumulated over centuries, such as the aromas of exotic spices and ancient tiles. Discover the heart of the Alaouite kingdom in the largest medina in the world.
One of the undisputed symbols and gateway to the fascinating Fez Medina, this monumental walled gate is an architectural jewel.
This Koranic school was founded in the fourteenth century, in the heart of the medina, by Abu Said as part of the architectural complex of Al-Qarawiyyin mosque
Fez’s souks are organised by guild in a labyrinth that tempts you to just follow your nose. This guide tells you about the most famous souks.
Dedicated to the patron saint of the city of Fez and one of the most beloved saints, it is one of the most iconic holy places in Morocco.
To visit Fez with children is to enter a world full of narrow streets, fountains, incredible gates, royal palaces, craftsmen at work, and even magical ramparts.
Founded in the year 859 by Fatima Al-Fihriya, it is also the oldest university in the world and has capacity for 20.000 people
This fascinating museum is a restored former inn housing handicraft masterpieces such as tools, chests and musical instruments, among others.
Place Seffarine resounds to the rhythmic hammering of the coppersmiths. Here, we can also visit the world’s first university.
The most romantic ideas for exploring the heart of Fez: an age-old city full of amazing corners, imposing city walls and a magical sunset.