Places to visit and monuments to admire in Fes.

Nothing says culture and history more than Fes. A former Moroccan capital city with treasures all around. You’ll discover new cultures and traditions, as well as learn about ancient treasures that you’ll see with your own eyes.

The city has more than one thing to do. If you’re planning a Marrakech to Fes desert tour, then you’re going to want to read along and find out which is your favourite attraction.

First, we’ll go through a gate.

It’s called the Bab Boujloud, which translates to Boujloud’s gate. A blue Fessi tiled gate that dates back to the early 1910. The French have built this piece of history and it lasted long enough for us to enjoy.

It is located 7 kilometers away from Fes, and it’ll be included on your Marrakech to Fes desert tours.

Secondly, you’ll want to visit Madrasa Bou Inania.

A religious building that was once an Islamic school. It was founded by Sultan Abu Inan Faris. An authentic 8th century monument that’s filled with history and meanings. A national treasure to every Moroccan.

Non-muslims may enter the school freely. Look around, admire its tile work and carvings that go all the way to the top of the minaret.

Moulay Idriss. A town, a pilgrimage site, and a unique story.

This whitewashed town is next to two green hills. You’ll find this gorgeous town amid the mountains that’s roughly 4 miles away from Volubilis.

It’s historic core and national importance makes this place even more appealing. You’ll love visiting Moulay Idriss on your Fes to Marrakech desert tours.

Art, a museum, and wooden goodies.

The Nejjarine Museum of Wooden arts and crafts was once a rooming house. After it was restored, it became a stunning museum that exhibits wooden arts & crafts.

Definitely worth a visit if you’re in Fes.

Secondly, you’ll want to visit Madrasa Bou Inania.

A religious building that was once an Islamic school. It was founded by Sultan Abu Inan Faris. An authentic 8th-century monument that’s filled with history and meanings. A national treasure to every Moroccan.

Essefarine square.

Discover Fes’ labour side. An ancient square that’s filled with craftsmen.

You’ll witness copperware craftsmen shaping bowls, plates, buckets, and basically everything made of metal. If the noisy banging and changing tends to irritate you, then it’s best to have a panoramic view of the whole thing. Have a delicious cup of mint tea at Cremerie La Place in the square’s corner.

Places to visit and monuments to admire in Fes.

Nothing says culture and history more than Fes. A former Moroccan capital city with treasures all around. You’ll discover new cultures and traditions, as well as learn about ancient treasures that you’ll see with your own eyes.

The city has more than one thing to do. If you’re planning a Marrakech to Fes desert tour, then you’re going to want to read along and find out which is your favourite attraction.

First, we’ll go through a gate.

It’s called the Bab Boujloud, which translates to Boujloud’s gate. A blue Fessi tiled gate that dates back to the early 1910. The French have built this piece of history and it lasted long enough for us to enjoy.

It is located 7 kilometers away from Fes, and it’ll be included on your Marrakech to Fes desert tours.

Secondly, you’ll want to visit Madrasa Bou Inania.

A religious building that was once an Islamic school. It was founded by Sultan Abu Inan Faris. An authentic 8th century monument that’s filled with history and meanings. A national treasure to every Moroccan.

Non-muslims may enter the school freely. Look around, admire its tile work and carvings that go all the way to the top of the minaret.

Moulay Idriss. A town, a pilgrimage site, and a unique story.

This whitewashed town is next to two green hills. You’ll find this gorgeous town amid the mountains that’s roughly 4 miles away from Volubilis.

It’s historic core and national importance makes this place even more appealing. You’ll love visiting Moulay Idriss on your Marrakech to Fes desert tours.

Art, a museum, and wooden goodies.

The Nejjarine Museum of Wooden arts and crafts was once a rooming house. After it was restored, it became a stunning museum that exhibits wooden arts & crafts.

Definitely worth a visit if you’re in Fes.

Secondly, you’ll want to visit Madrasa Bou Inania.

A religious building that was once an Islamic school. It was founded by Sultan Abu Inan Faris. An authentic 8th century monument that’s filled with history and meanings. A national treasure to every Moroccan.

Essefarine square.

Discover Fes’ labour side. An ancient square that’s filled with craftsmen.

You’ll witness copperware craftsmen shaping bowls, plates, buckets, and basically everything made of metal. If the noisy banging and changing tends to irritate you, then it’s best to have a panoramic view of the whole thing. Have a delicious cup of mint tea at Cremerie La Place in the square’s corner.