5 - 6 hours
Arabic, English, Espanol, Francais, German
Full Day Guided Tour in Fes is the best for you to discover in depth the cultural and spiritual city of Morocco, Fez.
In this amazing tour, you will get to visit:
Called also the Jewish Quarter since it was the spot of the first Jewish settlement, it is located next to the Royal Palace, and used to play the role of protection to the Palace and the surroundings. The inhabitants of this quarter play a very vital role in the local economy as well.
Ibn Danan Synagogue
The Ibn Danan Synagogue was built by Mimoun Ben Sidan in the 17th century, and was included in the 1996 World Monuments Watch List and Fund.
Bou Inania Madrassa
It is a school founded by Abu Inan Faris in 1351. It is famous of being a symbol of the Moroccan architecture and being a point of the Marinid one.
University of al-Qarawiyyin
A very old University founded by Fatima el Fihri in 859, and is considered as the oldest in Morocco, and yes, it is located in the capital of science, Fez. Once you get into it, you will be astonished by its perfect architecture and rich history.
Pottery & Zellij Tile Cooperative:
This place is dedicated for Zellij production, this is where you can have a look on the making of these masterpieces and discover the techniques used in it.
Jewish Cemetery & Tomb of Solica
It is an area that was established in 1883 and recently renovated in 2019, for thousands of white Jewish tombs. Here you can find the tombs of many notables such as Martyr Solica of the 19th century.
Here is where the traditional Fassi ceramics are made, and here you will have the chance to see the whole process closer and see how ceramic makers work art beautiful pieces.
The Chouara Tannery
This is a place dedicated to the making and sell of leather. It is located near a river-like watercourse away from inhabitants for leather cleaning’s smell.
This area is established in the 18th century, it is a traditional ancient funduq located in the old Medina of Fez. It is decorating the middle of the city with its incredible public fountain visitors be attracted to, and head to to have amazing pictures with.
It is here where you will see how various kinds of clothes are made and weaved, especially the traditional ones as Jellabas.
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