An ancient refined ground for artisans, scholars, gourmands and artisans, Fez has the world’s largest car-free urban area “the maelstrom of a medina” and the city is also a self-reliant with historical background that leverages international tourists from all around the world.
The old Medina of fez seems like still it is in the state of perpetual pandemonium and most of the visitors fall in love with this place in their first look. The beautiful ancient fountains and streets full with sweet-smelling traditional food always reveal the oldness of the city.
An authentic mixture of 8th century Fez el Bali (old Fez), the 13th century Fez el Jdid (also named as modern fez) and the 20th-century Ville Nouvelle (with contemporary accommodations built by French), Fez is having a unique identity in the map of morocco. Fes-Saïss Airport has been extended due to experiencing a large number of incoming visitors every year. Fez will be able to contest with other international cities in the terms of infrastructure and facilities.
Fez offers many beautiful and ancient architectural elegance places to visit and stay. The Bab Boujloud (Blue Gate), The Royal Palace of Fez (Dar el Makhzen), Tissa Horse Festival, Zaouia Moulay Idriss II, Tanners’ Quarter and Kairouine Mosque are the best examples of Fez most interesting places. In the old Medina of Fez, Restaurant Numéro 7 is very famous for its delicious foods and monochrome interior modern architectural designs.
For a real olfactory experience of medieval, go for the exciting souks with full of liquid colors in the wooden and iron drums to prepare different objects. Merenid Tombs on a hill above Fez, provide the antique views about the 13th to 15th century’s tombs. If you are visiting fez, then pass through the golden gate that are hitting the visitors to think about the glory of these glorious gates.
Landing in the beautiful city of morocco, you can have a broad view of this city whether you’re on a rooftop or a surrounding hillside, long minarets and White tombs view will demonstrate that how the passing of time has made its mark on Fez without fading its medieval heart.