We will meet you at your hotel in Fez at 09:00 , the medina and souks, the famous tanneries, mosques and madrasas exquisite, the famous pottery kilns in Fez, a tour around the walls with numerous Babs and visit the famous Museum of Moroccan Art. We start our walking tour of the labyrinth of the medina of Fez (UNESCO World Heritage) of the es Sebbaghine with its colorful street of dyers, brass and brass workers at es- Seffarine through the winding streets of the Great Mosque el-Quarawiyyin and the University,a journey into the past to the magnificent Mosque and Souk el-Atterine adjacent aromatic spices and vegetables, beautiful Medersa el-Atterine, Quarters and the Kissaria Draz and fame Tanneries on the bank of the Oued Fez..
Dar Batha Museum is located in the heart of the medina. Before becoming a museum in 1915, the building was a beautiful palace of Arab-Andalusian style, built by Moulay el Hassan in the late nineteenth century. The palace was built in an old area with irrigated gardens. There is a majestic courtyard covered with polychrome earthenware, a large pond, and a huge and beautiful Andalusian garden.
Around this nice place are the stalls of diamantaires and boilermakers which have been established for centuries. Fes is the first main diamond producer of Morocco.
Legend attributes the founding of the mosque to a pious woman, Mariam el Fihri, sister of the founder of the Qarawiyyine in the Andalusian quarter.
This shrine houses the tomb of king Idriss, who is considered the founder of Fez and is the most revered sanctuary of Morocco. It was built in the center of the city under the reign of Moulay Ismail at the beginning of the 18th century.
Qarawiyyine is one of the oldest and most famous mosques in the Western Muslim world. It's the first Moroccan university frequented by famous scholars such as Ibn Khaldoun.
Often placed nearby streams and generally away from residential areas because of the pestilential odors that emerge, the tanneries, which are still in use today, are a unique sight that allow tourists a glimpse of the past.
Bab Boujloud is a beautiful blue gate which leads into Fez el Bali (Old Fez). The gate was built in 13th century by Almoahad dynasty and renovated 100 years ago in 1913.