Royal Palace of Fez

Royal Palace of Fez: Our most recommended tours and activities

Fez Medina: Local Cultural Highlights Guided Tour

1. Fez Medina: Local Cultural Highlights Guided Tour

Get picked up from your hotel by your guide mid-morning for a full-day exploration of the Fes medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour begins with a walking exploration through the labyrinthine streets of the medina, the largest pedestrian zone in the world. Your first stop is the Place Seffarine to observe traditional metalworkers crafting with copper, brass, and pewter. As you wind through the medina's alleys, you'll visit the world-renowned tanneries and Al Quarawiyyine University, the oldest in the world, which has been beautifully restored. Highlights include the bustling Attarine souk, the intricately decorated Medersa, Nejjarine square with its exquisite mosaic and public fountain, and the carpentry museum housed in a historic caravanserai. The tour continues by air-conditioned car to the ancient city walls of Fez, where you will explore the old ramparts and picturesque gates leading to the South Tower for a stunning panoramic view of the old town. Next, visit a ceramics factory to see artisans at work, creating traditional blue and white Fassi pottery along with other colorful designs. Conclude your day with a visit to the majestic Dar El Makhzen, the royal palace of Fez, noted for its seven massive bronze doors, and a short drive to the impressive Bab Boujloud, the main gate of the medina decorated in blue for Fez and green for Islam. Your tour ends with a drop-off at your accommodation, bringing a close to a day rich in culture and history.

Fes: Historical and Cultural Sightseeing Tour - half day

2. Fes: Historical and Cultural Sightseeing Tour - half day

Enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour in Fes, which is the oldest of Morocco’s four “Imperial Cities”. One of the most famous buildings is that of the University of Al Kairaouine, also written as al-Quaraouiyine and al-Qarawiyyin (in Arabic: جامعة القرويين). It was founded by Fatima al-Fihri in 859. It is considered by some to be the oldest degree-granting university in the world. The university doubles as a functioning mosque and non-Muslim visitors are not allowed inside the grounds. The main gates and some other entrances are open and may be looked into, but not entered. The medieval city of Fes El Bali or “Old Fes” remains complete and is unspoiled. During your tour of this part of the town, you can visit the exotic Bou Inania Medersa, again from the outside, Dar Bath in the medina, which is a former palace turned into a museum in 1915, with an amazing collection of traditional artefacts. It has a fantastic Andalusian-style garden at its entrance, with varying types of plants, aromas, and sounds, plus mosaics and a water fountain. Inside, you’ll find fine woodcarvings, Moroccan tiles, embroidery, carpets, and even a ceramic collection from the 14th century. Fes is also famous for the tanneries, though you might wish to have a scarf to cover your nose as the smell can be very strong. But the leatherwork is often exquisite and can be found all over the medina. The Dar Al Mekhzen is the entrance to the Royal Palace and the workmanship and precision of the gigantic doors made of brass and gold, surrounded by zellij tilework and carved cedar wood is stunningly beautiful.

From Casablanca: Fez private Guided Tour with Lunch

3. From Casablanca: Fez private Guided Tour with Lunch

Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Pass By: Hassan II Mosque, Blvd Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah, Casablanca 20450 Morocco Hassan II Mosque, Blvd Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah, Casablanca 20450 Morocco Weather permitting. Round trip travel time is approximately 7 hours. Stop At: Aben Danan Synagogue, Fes Morocco The Aben Danan Synagogue, built in the 17th century, is the flagship building of the Jewish community in Morocco, linked to a famous family of rabbis. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Bab Bou Jeloud, Fes Morocco Bab Boujloud is one of the most beautiful gates of the medina built in the 12th century with its blue and green colors restored in 1912. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Kairaouine Mosque (Mosque of al-Qarawiyyin), Fes el-Bali Qayruwan quarters, Fes 30030 Morocco The mosque and university of al-Qarawiyyin is the oldest university in the world founded in the 9th century where about 500 students studied different courses like theology, low Quranic, low Islamic,,,,,,,, etc. . Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Chouara Tannery, Hay Lablida Chouara, Fes 30030 Morocco The Chouara tannery is an essential place to discover the traditional manufacture of Moroccan leather. and If you like leather, this is the best place to discover and explore the making of the original leather. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Royal Palace of Fez, Avenue Omar Ibnou Khattab, Fes 30004 Morocco The Royal Palace of Fez was built in the 13th century, the palace was restored several times during the Alaouite dynasty in the Moorish style the place has 85 hectares and a huge garden named Lalla Mina Duration: 15 minutes Stop At: Art D'Argile, N 41 Hay Lala Yakout Rue N3 Ain Nokbi, Fes 30030 Morocco Pottery is an ancestral art of the city of Fez, it is the ideal opportunity to discover how artisans create mosaic patterns. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Borj Sud, Avenue Borj S, Fes Morocco The Borj Sud, a former military base dating back to the 14th century, offers a panoramic view of the city of Fez, it is one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the city. Duration: 15 minutes Stop At: Fez Mellah, Fes Morocco The Mellah, created in 1435, is the oldest Jewish quarter, it still preserves the traces of the architecture and the marks of the Jewish families who have resided there for centuries. Duration: 15 minutes

Fes: Medina Ramparts Minivan Tour

4. Fes: Medina Ramparts Minivan Tour

Experience Moroccan, Jewish, and Andalusian culture with a knowledgeable guide on this interesting tour around the Ramparts of Fez. Begin your oriental tour outside the walls of the Medina. Visit the Batha Palace, now a museum of arts and traditions. Head to Bab Boujloud gate, also known as the blue gate, which features intricate green and blue ceramics. Walkthrough the lively square that surrounds the gate. Next, stop in the Mellah district and gaze at the 17th-century Ibn Danan synagogue. Visit the King's Palace with its brightly colored seven doors. End the tour with a fantastic panoramic view overlooking the whole of the Old Medina.

From Marrakech: Private Transfer To All Part of Morocco

5. From Marrakech: Private Transfer To All Part of Morocco

Step into the enchanting world of Morocco with our private transfer service from Marrakech, designed to whisk you away to any corner of this captivating country. Upon booking, our friendly and professional drivers will greet you at your desired location in Marrakech, ready to embark on a journey tailored to your preferences. Leaving the bustling streets of Marrakech behind, you'll traverse through ever-changing landscapes, each offering a unique glimpse into the diverse tapestry of Moroccan culture. As you venture through the ochre-hued deserts of the Sahara, you'll witness the mesmerizing dunes stretch endlessly before you, the golden sands shifting with the whispers of the wind. Alternatively, opt for a scenic drive through the verdant valleys of the Atlas Mountains, where terraced hillsides are adorned with the vibrant hues of Berber villages, a testament to centuries of resilient tradition. Along the way, take in panoramic views of snow-capped peaks and lush valleys, punctuated by the rushing waters of ancient rivers. For those seeking the allure of Morocco's coastal charm, journey towards the sun-kissed shores of Essaouira or Agadir. Feel the salty breeze tousle your hair as you wander through the labyrinthine streets of Essaouira's medina, where the scent of fresh seafood mingles with the melodies of local musicians. As your adventure draws to a close, our drivers ensure a seamless return to Marrakech, where you can reflect on the memories forged during your Moroccan odyssey. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple seeking romance, or a family in search of adventure, our private transfer service promises an unforgettable experience tailored to your desires. Relax in the comfort of our modern vehicles, knowing that every detail of your journey has been meticulously arranged for your utmost satisfaction. Experience the magic of Morocco with our private transfer service from Marrakech, where every mile traveled unveils a new chapter in your Moroccan adventure.

Fez Medina Guided Tour: Unveiling Medina's Ancient Heritage

6. Fez Medina Guided Tour: Unveiling Medina's Ancient Heritage

Embark on an Extraordinary Journey through the Timeless Medina of Fez: Unveiling Secrets, Crafts, and Culinary Delights Start at the resplendent Bab Boujloud, an architectural masterpiece adorned with mesmerizing blue ceramics. Step through its grand arches, revealing the treasures within. Visit the Museums of the Medina, where relics narrate Fez's captivating story. Discover tales of conquests, trade, and a cultural tapestry woven over centuries. Experience tranquility at the Royal Palace Garden, Jnan Sbil. Embrace Moroccan nature amidst lush greenery and fragrant blooms. Stroll the medina's labyrinthine streets, marveling at intricate ceramic poetry adorning the walls, a profound expression of spirituality. Delve into the world of leather goods, witnessing master craftsmen transform hides into exquisite products reflecting generations of artistry. Savor a sumptuous lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant, relishing aromatic flavors and the essence of Moroccan gastronomy. Encounter timeless beauty in handmade carpets, each thread telling a story of ancestral traditions and skilled artisans. Discover old riads transformed into guesthouses, with breathtaking courtyards adorned with mesmerizing mosaics and ornate woodwork. Uncover hidden palaces as ancient doors guide you through tales of old families and dynasties, testaments to Fez's glorious past. Fez, the city of the 12th century, whispers stories through its walls, carrying echoes of ancient voices. Explore the vibrant soul of the medina, where tradition and innovation coexist. This extraordinary journey through the Medina of Fez is a sensory feast, celebrating culture, craftsmanship, and culinary delights. Let our Guided Medina tours transport you to a world where the past intertwines with the present, revealing facets of Fez's enchanting tapestry. Be captivated, enthralled, and inspired. Book now for an unforgettable expedition through the heart and soul of the ancient Medina of Fez, where legends are born, stories are woven, and dreams come alive.

Fez Medina Guided Tour: Unveiling Medina's Ancient Heritage

7. Fez Medina Guided Tour: Unveiling Medina's Ancient Heritage

Embark on an Extraordinary Journey through the Timeless Medina of Fez: Unveiling Secrets, Crafts, and Culinary Delights Start at the resplendent Bab Boujloud, an architectural masterpiece adorned with mesmerizing blue ceramics. Step through its grand arches, revealing the treasures within. Visit the Museums of the Medina, where relics narrate Fez's captivating story. Discover tales of conquests, trade, and a cultural tapestry woven over centuries. Experience tranquility at the Royal Palace Garden, Jnan Sbil. Embrace Moroccan nature amidst lush greenery and fragrant blooms. Stroll the medina's labyrinthine streets, marveling at intricate ceramic poetry adorning the walls, a profound expression of spirituality. Delve into the world of leather goods, witnessing master craftsmen transform hides into exquisite products reflecting generations of artistry. Savor a sumptuous lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant, relishing aromatic flavors and the essence of Moroccan gastronomy. Encounter timeless beauty in handmade carpets, each thread telling a story of ancestral traditions and skilled artisans. Discover old riads transformed into guesthouses, with breathtaking courtyards adorned with mesmerizing mosaics and ornate woodwork. Uncover hidden palaces as ancient doors guide you through tales of old families and dynasties, testaments to Fez's glorious past. Fez, the city of the 12th century, whispers stories through its walls, carrying echoes of ancient voices. Explore the vibrant soul of the medina, where tradition and innovation coexist. This extraordinary journey through the Medina of Fez is a sensory feast, celebrating culture, craftsmanship, and culinary delights. Let our Guided Medina tours transport you to a world where the past intertwines with the present, revealing facets of Fez's enchanting tapestry. Be captivated, enthralled, and inspired. Book now for an unforgettable expedition through the heart and soul of the ancient Medina of Fez, where legends are born, stories are woven, and dreams come alive.

Fez Old Medina Guided Walking Tour

8. Fez Old Medina Guided Walking Tour

Step into the past with a guided walking tour of the Fez medina. Make your way through the twisting streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, stopping at mosques, fountains, a tannery, and a vibrant souk, the perfect place to shop for unique souvenirs. Come away with a window into the rich culture and history of this charming walled city. The Medina of Fez preserves, in an ancient part comprising numerous monumental buildings, the memory of the capital founded by the Idrisid dynasty between 789 and 808 A.D. The original town was comprised of two large fortified quarters separated by the Fez wadi: the banks of the Andalous and those of the Kaïrouanais. What to expect Meet your guide at your hotel to begin your walking tour. As you make your way through the winding stone streets of the medina, pass historic sites like the Quaraouiyine Mosque, founded in 859 by Fatima Al-Fihri along with the world’s oldest continuously operating university. See the elegant Nejjarine Fountain and the Batha Palace, now a museum of arts and culture, with its peaceful Andalucian garden. Take a peek at the dye pits of the pungent Chaouwara Tanneries. Continue with a visit to Souk Attarine, where you find pyramids of colorful spices, Berber carpets, leather goods, and other treats like homemade orange blossom water. Visit Bab Boujloud, a massive triple-arched city gate decorated with geometric motifs in blue tile. When your tour draws to a close, your guide walks you back to your accommodations.

From Casablanca : 8-day private tour to Marrakech and Desert

9. From Casablanca : 8-day private tour to Marrakech and Desert

Day 1 : Casablanca – Rabat : As soon as we meet at Casablanca airport, where we will meet you and drive to Casablanca,, you will see the Hassan II Mosque,then we continue to Rabat, the capital of Morocco while You will arrive you can visite Rabat will include the Oudaya, the Hassan tower and mausoleum of Mohammed V. Day 2 : Rabat – Chefchaouen : After your breakfast in hotel, we head to Chefchaouen( the bleu city ) via Tetouan. we leave to our destination enjoying the green natural landscape of Rif mountains till Chefchaouen. Evening free to walk around by yourself. Day 3 : Chefchaouen – fes : You will visit historical, cultural traces, heritage sites of the city; enjoying walking in the narrow streets of the old medina. We will insist on seeing the most important sites such as the Old Qarawyine University, the Jewish place, Royal Palace …. After lunch, you will visit the traditional cooperative and then experience a wonderful panoramic view over the whole Medina of Fez. Day 4 : Fes – Ifran – Azrou – Merzouga : Start travelling south to Merzouga via Midelt and Errachidia. Your first stop will be at Ifrane city, referred to as “the Switzerland of Morocco”. You will have the opportunity to see the Barbarian apes. your journey continues along the spectacular Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way. Arriving in Merzouga to ride your camel to see the sunset in the middle of the highest sand dunes in morocco and spend the night there. Day 5 : Merzouga – Toudra Gorges – Dades Valley: After breakfast and hot shower in a traditional guest house, you’ll leave for Tinghir and Todra gorges – the highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco. Here you’ll have the opportunity to hike along it’s valley. We’ll drive through the Dades Valley, Overnight accommodation. Day 6 : Dades Valley – Ait Benhaddou Kasbah – Marrakech: Drive through the Dades Valley towards Kalaat Mgouna and Ouarzazate.We’ll stop at Kalaat Mgouna, “the rose city”, to purchase the rosewater, which will make your linen smell good a long time after your trip is over. Continue to Ouarzazate, “the Hollywood of Africa”. Lunch will be at the famous Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, the largest Kasbah in Morocco. It is recognized by UNESCO as a world patrimony.Our journey will continue through the majestic Tizi ‘n’ tichka pass (2260 m) over the High Atlas Mountains where you can stop also to explore the process of making the argan oil at the women s cooperatives before arriving to your accommodation in Marrakech. Day 7 : Marrakech Sightseeing : After breakfast in riad, we start our journey sightseeing the city of Marrakech “the red city of Morocco”, it was founded in the XII century by Almoravidian dynasty. We will insist on to see the most important cites oh cultural and historical heritage. Day 8 : Marrakech – Casablanca : After breakfast in your riad, we will drive you to the airport for your departure flight. Your tour ends at the airport.

From Tangier : 8 Days to Marrakech via Fes and Sahara Desert

10. From Tangier : 8 Days to Marrakech via Fes and Sahara Desert

Day 1: Tangier – Chefchaouen : We’ll kick-off with a drive through the Rif Mountains and past the city of Tetouan. To enjoy fully enjoy the breathtaking view of the landscape; we’ll stop to rest at the feet of the Rif mountains, in Chefchaouen. Chefchaouen’s medina has a strong influence of Spanish architecture, as it was once part of the “Spanish Morocco” it’s square is showered in funky artisanal shops beaming with colors. Day 2: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes: After a tasty breakfast, our journey continues towards Volubilis, crossing over Ouazan and other Rif villages. In Volubilis, we’ll explore the Roman ruins and learn about Moroccan history. Continuing to Meknes, we’ll stop for lunch and explore the historical walls of the medina along with Bab el Mansour, we’ll head to Fes where we’ll spend the night. Day 3: Exploring Fes : We’ll start the day exploring the oldest city in Morocco, snaking through its alleys and narrow streets. We’ll begin sightseeing at the Royal Palace gate, followed by the Jewish headquarter where the first Mellah ever was built in Morocco, during the 16th century. We’ll ensure that you visit all sites with cultural and historical interest including the famous Al Qaraouine University, the oldest in the region. We’ll also visit the Tanneries, the Attarine museum, and the Moulay Idriss mausoleum. Day 4: Fes – Ifrane – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga : The day begins with a drive towards the Atlas Mountains stopping to visit the village Ifrane, where we’ll get a chance to explore the famous cedar forest, home to the Berber apes. We’ll then continue through the Tiz Ntalghamt Mountain Pass and the Ziz Gorge (here we can stop for pictures and some local mint tea) to Midelt. We then continue to Merzouga, arriving at our campsite where we’ll spend the night. Day 5: Merzouga – Todra Gorge – Dades Gorge : We’ll wake up and head to a local hotel where you’ll get a chance to freshen up and enjoy a complimentary breakfast before we head to Ouarzazate. On the way there, well visit Berber villages home to The Todra and Dades Gorge. At the Dades Gorge, we’ll stop at a local hotel where we’ll spend the night. Day 6: Dades valley – Rose valley – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakesh : After breakfast, we’ll continue our tour towards Ouarzazate through the path of a thousand Kasbahs (fortress) stopping at Kalaat Mgouna, the center of the Valley of Roses, famous for its annual Rose Festival. Then, we’ll drive through Ait Ben Haddou ( a UNESCO World Heritage site). Day 7: Marrakesh Sightseeing : Today we’ll have a guided tour of Marrakesh. You will explore the main attractions and monuments of the city including the famous Jamma el Fna square, Koutoubia mosque, the souks, palaces, and museums. Day 8: Transfer to the airport : Today you’ll be transferred to the airport.

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Royal Palace of Fez: Our most recommended tours and activities

Fez Medina: Local Cultural Highlights Guided Tour

Fez Medina: Local Cultural Highlights Guided Tour

Get picked up from your hotel by your guide mid-morning for a full-day exploration of the Fes medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tour begins with a walking exploration through the labyrinthine streets of the medina, the largest pedestrian zone in the world. Your first stop is the Place Seffarine to observe traditional metalworkers crafting with copper, brass, and pewter. As you wind through the medina's alleys, you'll visit the world-renowned tanneries and Al Quarawiyyine University, the oldest in the world, which has been beautifully restored. Highlights include the bustling Attarine souk, the intricately decorated Medersa, Nejjarine square with its exquisite mosaic and public fountain, and the carpentry museum housed in a historic caravanserai. The tour continues by air-conditioned car to the ancient city walls of Fez, where you will explore the old ramparts and picturesque gates leading to the South Tower for a stunning panoramic view of the old town. Next, visit a ceramics factory to see artisans at work, creating traditional blue and white Fassi pottery along with other colorful designs. Conclude your day with a visit to the majestic Dar El Makhzen, the royal palace of Fez, noted for its seven massive bronze doors, and a short drive to the impressive Bab Boujloud, the main gate of the medina decorated in blue for Fez and green for Islam. Your tour ends with a drop-off at your accommodation, bringing a close to a day rich in culture and history.

Fes: Historical and Cultural Sightseeing Tour - half day

Fes: Historical and Cultural Sightseeing Tour - half day

Enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour in Fes, which is the oldest of Morocco’s four “Imperial Cities”. One of the most famous buildings is that of the University of Al Kairaouine, also written as al-Quaraouiyine and al-Qarawiyyin (in Arabic: جامعة القرويين). It was founded by Fatima al-Fihri in 859. It is considered by some to be the oldest degree-granting university in the world. The university doubles as a functioning mosque and non-Muslim visitors are not allowed inside the grounds. The main gates and some other entrances are open and may be looked into, but not entered. The medieval city of Fes El Bali or “Old Fes” remains complete and is unspoiled. During your tour of this part of the town, you can visit the exotic Bou Inania Medersa, again from the outside, Dar Bath in the medina, which is a former palace turned into a museum in 1915, with an amazing collection of traditional artefacts. It has a fantastic Andalusian-style garden at its entrance, with varying types of plants, aromas, and sounds, plus mosaics and a water fountain. Inside, you’ll find fine woodcarvings, Moroccan tiles, embroidery, carpets, and even a ceramic collection from the 14th century. Fes is also famous for the tanneries, though you might wish to have a scarf to cover your nose as the smell can be very strong. But the leatherwork is often exquisite and can be found all over the medina. The Dar Al Mekhzen is the entrance to the Royal Palace and the workmanship and precision of the gigantic doors made of brass and gold, surrounded by zellij tilework and carved cedar wood is stunningly beautiful.

From Casablanca: Fez private Guided Tour with Lunch

From Casablanca: Fez private Guided Tour with Lunch

Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Pass By: Hassan II Mosque, Blvd Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah, Casablanca 20450 Morocco Hassan II Mosque, Blvd Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah, Casablanca 20450 Morocco Weather permitting. Round trip travel time is approximately 7 hours. Stop At: Aben Danan Synagogue, Fes Morocco The Aben Danan Synagogue, built in the 17th century, is the flagship building of the Jewish community in Morocco, linked to a famous family of rabbis. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Bab Bou Jeloud, Fes Morocco Bab Boujloud is one of the most beautiful gates of the medina built in the 12th century with its blue and green colors restored in 1912. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Kairaouine Mosque (Mosque of al-Qarawiyyin), Fes el-Bali Qayruwan quarters, Fes 30030 Morocco The mosque and university of al-Qarawiyyin is the oldest university in the world founded in the 9th century where about 500 students studied different courses like theology, low Quranic, low Islamic,,,,,,,, etc. . Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Chouara Tannery, Hay Lablida Chouara, Fes 30030 Morocco The Chouara tannery is an essential place to discover the traditional manufacture of Moroccan leather. and If you like leather, this is the best place to discover and explore the making of the original leather. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Royal Palace of Fez, Avenue Omar Ibnou Khattab, Fes 30004 Morocco The Royal Palace of Fez was built in the 13th century, the palace was restored several times during the Alaouite dynasty in the Moorish style the place has 85 hectares and a huge garden named Lalla Mina Duration: 15 minutes Stop At: Art D'Argile, N 41 Hay Lala Yakout Rue N3 Ain Nokbi, Fes 30030 Morocco Pottery is an ancestral art of the city of Fez, it is the ideal opportunity to discover how artisans create mosaic patterns. Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: Borj Sud, Avenue Borj S, Fes Morocco The Borj Sud, a former military base dating back to the 14th century, offers a panoramic view of the city of Fez, it is one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the city. Duration: 15 minutes Stop At: Fez Mellah, Fes Morocco The Mellah, created in 1435, is the oldest Jewish quarter, it still preserves the traces of the architecture and the marks of the Jewish families who have resided there for centuries. Duration: 15 minutes

Fes: Medina Ramparts Minivan Tour

Fes: Medina Ramparts Minivan Tour

Experience Moroccan, Jewish, and Andalusian culture with a knowledgeable guide on this interesting tour around the Ramparts of Fez. Begin your oriental tour outside the walls of the Medina. Visit the Batha Palace, now a museum of arts and traditions. Head to Bab Boujloud gate, also known as the blue gate, which features intricate green and blue ceramics. Walkthrough the lively square that surrounds the gate. Next, stop in the Mellah district and gaze at the 17th-century Ibn Danan synagogue. Visit the King's Palace with its brightly colored seven doors. End the tour with a fantastic panoramic view overlooking the whole of the Old Medina.

From Marrakech: Private Transfer To All Part of Morocco

From Marrakech: Private Transfer To All Part of Morocco

Step into the enchanting world of Morocco with our private transfer service from Marrakech, designed to whisk you away to any corner of this captivating country. Upon booking, our friendly and professional drivers will greet you at your desired location in Marrakech, ready to embark on a journey tailored to your preferences. Leaving the bustling streets of Marrakech behind, you'll traverse through ever-changing landscapes, each offering a unique glimpse into the diverse tapestry of Moroccan culture. As you venture through the ochre-hued deserts of the Sahara, you'll witness the mesmerizing dunes stretch endlessly before you, the golden sands shifting with the whispers of the wind. Alternatively, opt for a scenic drive through the verdant valleys of the Atlas Mountains, where terraced hillsides are adorned with the vibrant hues of Berber villages, a testament to centuries of resilient tradition. Along the way, take in panoramic views of snow-capped peaks and lush valleys, punctuated by the rushing waters of ancient rivers. For those seeking the allure of Morocco's coastal charm, journey towards the sun-kissed shores of Essaouira or Agadir. Feel the salty breeze tousle your hair as you wander through the labyrinthine streets of Essaouira's medina, where the scent of fresh seafood mingles with the melodies of local musicians. As your adventure draws to a close, our drivers ensure a seamless return to Marrakech, where you can reflect on the memories forged during your Moroccan odyssey. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple seeking romance, or a family in search of adventure, our private transfer service promises an unforgettable experience tailored to your desires. Relax in the comfort of our modern vehicles, knowing that every detail of your journey has been meticulously arranged for your utmost satisfaction. Experience the magic of Morocco with our private transfer service from Marrakech, where every mile traveled unveils a new chapter in your Moroccan adventure.

Fez Medina Guided Tour: Unveiling Medina's Ancient Heritage

Fez Medina Guided Tour: Unveiling Medina's Ancient Heritage

Embark on an Extraordinary Journey through the Timeless Medina of Fez: Unveiling Secrets, Crafts, and Culinary Delights Start at the resplendent Bab Boujloud, an architectural masterpiece adorned with mesmerizing blue ceramics. Step through its grand arches, revealing the treasures within. Visit the Museums of the Medina, where relics narrate Fez's captivating story. Discover tales of conquests, trade, and a cultural tapestry woven over centuries. Experience tranquility at the Royal Palace Garden, Jnan Sbil. Embrace Moroccan nature amidst lush greenery and fragrant blooms. Stroll the medina's labyrinthine streets, marveling at intricate ceramic poetry adorning the walls, a profound expression of spirituality. Delve into the world of leather goods, witnessing master craftsmen transform hides into exquisite products reflecting generations of artistry. Savor a sumptuous lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant, relishing aromatic flavors and the essence of Moroccan gastronomy. Encounter timeless beauty in handmade carpets, each thread telling a story of ancestral traditions and skilled artisans. Discover old riads transformed into guesthouses, with breathtaking courtyards adorned with mesmerizing mosaics and ornate woodwork. Uncover hidden palaces as ancient doors guide you through tales of old families and dynasties, testaments to Fez's glorious past. Fez, the city of the 12th century, whispers stories through its walls, carrying echoes of ancient voices. Explore the vibrant soul of the medina, where tradition and innovation coexist. This extraordinary journey through the Medina of Fez is a sensory feast, celebrating culture, craftsmanship, and culinary delights. Let our Guided Medina tours transport you to a world where the past intertwines with the present, revealing facets of Fez's enchanting tapestry. Be captivated, enthralled, and inspired. Book now for an unforgettable expedition through the heart and soul of the ancient Medina of Fez, where legends are born, stories are woven, and dreams come alive.

Fez Medina Guided Tour: Unveiling Medina's Ancient Heritage

Fez Medina Guided Tour: Unveiling Medina's Ancient Heritage

Embark on an Extraordinary Journey through the Timeless Medina of Fez: Unveiling Secrets, Crafts, and Culinary Delights Start at the resplendent Bab Boujloud, an architectural masterpiece adorned with mesmerizing blue ceramics. Step through its grand arches, revealing the treasures within. Visit the Museums of the Medina, where relics narrate Fez's captivating story. Discover tales of conquests, trade, and a cultural tapestry woven over centuries. Experience tranquility at the Royal Palace Garden, Jnan Sbil. Embrace Moroccan nature amidst lush greenery and fragrant blooms. Stroll the medina's labyrinthine streets, marveling at intricate ceramic poetry adorning the walls, a profound expression of spirituality. Delve into the world of leather goods, witnessing master craftsmen transform hides into exquisite products reflecting generations of artistry. Savor a sumptuous lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant, relishing aromatic flavors and the essence of Moroccan gastronomy. Encounter timeless beauty in handmade carpets, each thread telling a story of ancestral traditions and skilled artisans. Discover old riads transformed into guesthouses, with breathtaking courtyards adorned with mesmerizing mosaics and ornate woodwork. Uncover hidden palaces as ancient doors guide you through tales of old families and dynasties, testaments to Fez's glorious past. Fez, the city of the 12th century, whispers stories through its walls, carrying echoes of ancient voices. Explore the vibrant soul of the medina, where tradition and innovation coexist. This extraordinary journey through the Medina of Fez is a sensory feast, celebrating culture, craftsmanship, and culinary delights. Let our Guided Medina tours transport you to a world where the past intertwines with the present, revealing facets of Fez's enchanting tapestry. Be captivated, enthralled, and inspired. Book now for an unforgettable expedition through the heart and soul of the ancient Medina of Fez, where legends are born, stories are woven, and dreams come alive.

Fez Old Medina Guided Walking Tour

Fez Old Medina Guided Walking Tour

Step into the past with a guided walking tour of the Fez medina. Make your way through the twisting streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, stopping at mosques, fountains, a tannery, and a vibrant souk, the perfect place to shop for unique souvenirs. Come away with a window into the rich culture and history of this charming walled city. The Medina of Fez preserves, in an ancient part comprising numerous monumental buildings, the memory of the capital founded by the Idrisid dynasty between 789 and 808 A.D. The original town was comprised of two large fortified quarters separated by the Fez wadi: the banks of the Andalous and those of the Kaïrouanais. What to expect Meet your guide at your hotel to begin your walking tour. As you make your way through the winding stone streets of the medina, pass historic sites like the Quaraouiyine Mosque, founded in 859 by Fatima Al-Fihri along with the world’s oldest continuously operating university. See the elegant Nejjarine Fountain and the Batha Palace, now a museum of arts and culture, with its peaceful Andalucian garden. Take a peek at the dye pits of the pungent Chaouwara Tanneries. Continue with a visit to Souk Attarine, where you find pyramids of colorful spices, Berber carpets, leather goods, and other treats like homemade orange blossom water. Visit Bab Boujloud, a massive triple-arched city gate decorated with geometric motifs in blue tile. When your tour draws to a close, your guide walks you back to your accommodations.

From Casablanca : 8-day private tour to Marrakech and Desert

From Casablanca : 8-day private tour to Marrakech and Desert

Day 1 : Casablanca – Rabat : As soon as we meet at Casablanca airport, where we will meet you and drive to Casablanca,, you will see the Hassan II Mosque,then we continue to Rabat, the capital of Morocco while You will arrive you can visite Rabat will include the Oudaya, the Hassan tower and mausoleum of Mohammed V. Day 2 : Rabat – Chefchaouen : After your breakfast in hotel, we head to Chefchaouen( the bleu city ) via Tetouan. we leave to our destination enjoying the green natural landscape of Rif mountains till Chefchaouen. Evening free to walk around by yourself. Day 3 : Chefchaouen – fes : You will visit historical, cultural traces, heritage sites of the city; enjoying walking in the narrow streets of the old medina. We will insist on seeing the most important sites such as the Old Qarawyine University, the Jewish place, Royal Palace …. After lunch, you will visit the traditional cooperative and then experience a wonderful panoramic view over the whole Medina of Fez. Day 4 : Fes – Ifran – Azrou – Merzouga : Start travelling south to Merzouga via Midelt and Errachidia. Your first stop will be at Ifrane city, referred to as “the Switzerland of Morocco”. You will have the opportunity to see the Barbarian apes. your journey continues along the spectacular Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way. Arriving in Merzouga to ride your camel to see the sunset in the middle of the highest sand dunes in morocco and spend the night there. Day 5 : Merzouga – Toudra Gorges – Dades Valley: After breakfast and hot shower in a traditional guest house, you’ll leave for Tinghir and Todra gorges – the highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco. Here you’ll have the opportunity to hike along it’s valley. We’ll drive through the Dades Valley, Overnight accommodation. Day 6 : Dades Valley – Ait Benhaddou Kasbah – Marrakech: Drive through the Dades Valley towards Kalaat Mgouna and Ouarzazate.We’ll stop at Kalaat Mgouna, “the rose city”, to purchase the rosewater, which will make your linen smell good a long time after your trip is over. Continue to Ouarzazate, “the Hollywood of Africa”. Lunch will be at the famous Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, the largest Kasbah in Morocco. It is recognized by UNESCO as a world patrimony.Our journey will continue through the majestic Tizi ‘n’ tichka pass (2260 m) over the High Atlas Mountains where you can stop also to explore the process of making the argan oil at the women s cooperatives before arriving to your accommodation in Marrakech. Day 7 : Marrakech Sightseeing : After breakfast in riad, we start our journey sightseeing the city of Marrakech “the red city of Morocco”, it was founded in the XII century by Almoravidian dynasty. We will insist on to see the most important cites oh cultural and historical heritage. Day 8 : Marrakech – Casablanca : After breakfast in your riad, we will drive you to the airport for your departure flight. Your tour ends at the airport.

From Tangier : 8 Days to Marrakech via Fes and Sahara Desert

From Tangier : 8 Days to Marrakech via Fes and Sahara Desert

Day 1: Tangier – Chefchaouen : We’ll kick-off with a drive through the Rif Mountains and past the city of Tetouan. To enjoy fully enjoy the breathtaking view of the landscape; we’ll stop to rest at the feet of the Rif mountains, in Chefchaouen. Chefchaouen’s medina has a strong influence of Spanish architecture, as it was once part of the “Spanish Morocco” it’s square is showered in funky artisanal shops beaming with colors. Day 2: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes: After a tasty breakfast, our journey continues towards Volubilis, crossing over Ouazan and other Rif villages. In Volubilis, we’ll explore the Roman ruins and learn about Moroccan history. Continuing to Meknes, we’ll stop for lunch and explore the historical walls of the medina along with Bab el Mansour, we’ll head to Fes where we’ll spend the night. Day 3: Exploring Fes : We’ll start the day exploring the oldest city in Morocco, snaking through its alleys and narrow streets. We’ll begin sightseeing at the Royal Palace gate, followed by the Jewish headquarter where the first Mellah ever was built in Morocco, during the 16th century. We’ll ensure that you visit all sites with cultural and historical interest including the famous Al Qaraouine University, the oldest in the region. We’ll also visit the Tanneries, the Attarine museum, and the Moulay Idriss mausoleum. Day 4: Fes – Ifrane – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga : The day begins with a drive towards the Atlas Mountains stopping to visit the village Ifrane, where we’ll get a chance to explore the famous cedar forest, home to the Berber apes. We’ll then continue through the Tiz Ntalghamt Mountain Pass and the Ziz Gorge (here we can stop for pictures and some local mint tea) to Midelt. We then continue to Merzouga, arriving at our campsite where we’ll spend the night. Day 5: Merzouga – Todra Gorge – Dades Gorge : We’ll wake up and head to a local hotel where you’ll get a chance to freshen up and enjoy a complimentary breakfast before we head to Ouarzazate. On the way there, well visit Berber villages home to The Todra and Dades Gorge. At the Dades Gorge, we’ll stop at a local hotel where we’ll spend the night. Day 6: Dades valley – Rose valley – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakesh : After breakfast, we’ll continue our tour towards Ouarzazate through the path of a thousand Kasbahs (fortress) stopping at Kalaat Mgouna, the center of the Valley of Roses, famous for its annual Rose Festival. Then, we’ll drive through Ait Ben Haddou ( a UNESCO World Heritage site). Day 7: Marrakesh Sightseeing : Today we’ll have a guided tour of Marrakesh. You will explore the main attractions and monuments of the city including the famous Jamma el Fna square, Koutoubia mosque, the souks, palaces, and museums. Day 8: Transfer to the airport : Today you’ll be transferred to the airport.

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6-hour tour with pick-up at the riad. Panoramic tour of the city by car and then visit the ceramic factory, market, Mellah. All of this is completed by an immense walking tour in the Medina, with the same guide speaking fluent Italian! Thanks again Mahmood! Exceptional guide who brought us back to the Riad after the tour

Sammi trip is the best.. I really really satisfied tour today. I would like to give 5 star feedback. Even Mr. Abdul guide was wonderful & Mr. SAMMI who arranged tour was perfect.. I will highly recommend all of friends to well arranged sammi trip tours. thank you so much to m Mr. Karim & Mr. Abdul & Mr. Sammi^^

Beautiful tour through the history and souks of Fes with an exceptional guide who showed us a little about the history of Morocco

excellent guide, available, generous in his explanations and eager to satisfy his clients. thanks to him.

Well organized tour through the streets of the Medina. Prepared and available guide.