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Fez

About Fez

Fez is a northeastern Moroccan city often referred to as the country’s cultural capital. It’s primarily known for its Fes El Bali walled medina, with medieval Marinid architecture, vibrant souks and old-world atmosphere.
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Ancient culture
Fez is home to al-Qarawiyyin University, the oldest university in the world that has the oldest library in the world.
Old-world atmosphere
The narrow alleys and souks of Fez make you feel like you’ve traveled to a timeless city.
The Athens of Africa
The architecture and history of Fez have given it this name – from the mausoleums to the museums and the forts to the temples, Fez is every inch a cultural hub.

Why Fez?

The locals of this ancient city are different to any others you will meet in Morocco, and constant references to things ‘outside the wall’ makes you realise people do live their whole lives in this medieval maze of commerce. Fez offers a far more authentic and atmospheric experience than more popular Marrakech. A city now swamped with luxury hotels, designer shops and tour buses. Follow your nose to the Tanners Quarter. One of the ultimate olfactory medina experiences of medieval Morocco and most interesting things to do in Fez. Barefoot workers dye skins and hides in a kaleidoscope of little stone pools. Shades of pink, brown, white, and yellow, colours will vary from day to day.