Tick off all of Fez’s most historic hotspots in a single day on this in-depth guided tour, which takes you from the labyrinthine Medina, the world-famous tanneries, and the centuries-old ramparts. Tours involve a mix of walking and sightseeing by private vehicle, so you’ll be able to cover more sights in less time—with no shopping stops.
The ideal option for travelers short on time, this guided tour covers the highlights of Fez by foot and private minivan. Visit atmospheric, centuries-old masques and madrasas, take in the iconic green-and-blue ceramics of Bab Boujloud, and get an insider’s peek at the buzz of activity on display at Chouwara Tanneries. Tours include door-to-door pickup and drop-off from your hotel.
Navigate the sprawling labyrinth of Fez’s Medina on this art historian-led half-day tour, which takes you to the centuries-old city most acclaimed locations. Highlights include a chance to browse handicraft stalls in packed souks, a stroll along the old fortified gates, and visits to a 16th-century military fortress and the panoramic Merenid Tombs.
Fes /Fez is a wonderland of shopping, with the endless shops in the medina. Here are a few shops of particular note. It is always expected that you will bargain over prices in the markets, but in most shops bargaining is also widely practiced. Most shopkeepers give discounts if you buy more than one item, and give a greater discount with each additional item purchased.
The souks of Fez are among the most famous in Marrakech, renowned for their traditional handicrafts and colorful tanneries. On this tour, explore the souks with a private guide who can provide insight into local culture and help you haggle for the best prices. Along the way, visit family-run shops, peek into the crafts workshops, meet local artisans, and have chance to buy items such as carpets, pottery, leather goods, art, and exotic spices.
Navigate the sprawling, walled Medina of Fez with your own personal guide on this half-day private tour. Visit two historic, centuries-old Madrasas, learn about the city’s rich craft traditions, tour the iconic leather tanneries, and discover hidden panoramic views. Tours include door-to-door vehicle transfers from your hotel.
On this private, art historian-led half-day tour of Fez, you’ll get a history-packed introduction to the city’s sprawling Medina, which can be difficult to navigate solo. Stops along the way include panoramic views from the Jewish quarter, known as “the Mellah,” a look at the city’s famous blue ceramics, and a 16th-century military fortress, now an arms museum.
Get an insider’s introduction to historic Fez on this half-day guided tour, which includes door-to-door pickup and drop-off from your hotel. Cover the main highlights of the city in just a few hours of sightseeing, including Chouara Tanneries, the famous “Blue Gate” of Fez, panoramic views over the Medina, and the centuries-old Jewish quarter.
We will meet you at your hotel in Fez at 09:00 , the medina and souks, the famous tanneries, mosques and madrasas exquisite, the famous pottery kilns in Fez, a tour around the walls with numerous Babs and visit the famous Museum of Moroccan Art. We start our walking tour of the labyrinth of the medina of Fez (UNESCO World Heritage) of the es Sebbaghine with its colorful street of dyers, brass and brass workers at es- Seffarine through the winding streets of the Great Mosque el-Quarawiyyin and the University,a journey into the past to the magnificent Mosque and Souk el-Atterine adjacent aromatic spices and vegetables, beautiful Medersa el-Atterine, Quarters and the Kissaria Draz and fame Tanneries on the bank of the Oued Fez.
Make the most of your time in a UNESCO World Heritage city on this private walking tour of Fez led by an art historian guide. In addition to navigating while you take in the scenery, your guide offers background and stories often unheard by visitors about the city’s top cultural and architectural landmarks. Highlights include artisan shops, fountains, gardens, the Batha Museum, Jewish Quarter, and the gates of the Royal Palace.
Drive to Chefchaouen, known as “The Blue City of Morocco”, which is also the main city in the Rif Mountain Region. The City is known for its blue walls and there are several theories for why the walls are painted blue. One theory is that the blue keeps mosquitos away and yet another is that Jews introduced the blue when they took refuge from Hitler in the 1930s. The blue is also said to symbolize the sky and heaven, and serve as a reminder to lead a spiritual life. Chefchaouen is also popular for shopping, make sure you get some souvenirs of native handicrafts that you will not find anywhere else in Morocco, such as wool garments and woven blankets. The main square in the medina is lined with cafes and filled with locals and tourist intermingle. Have lunch, shop, and stroll the Medina at your leisure. After your tour, drive back to Fez in the evening.
Join us on a sightseeing walk in the iconic landmarks of the old fez medina.
enjoy the unique interior of al Attarine madrasah, examine the beauty of the of Al Quaraouine University and mosque with the Moorish artwork on its fascinating walls fountains and floors.
Feel the spiritual flair of the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, through its incredible interior decor, the strong incense smells, and the sound of Islamic hymns.
Stroll in the medina's markets & souk of vintage handmade artisanal shops.
Visit Chouara Tannery with the view of the colorful basins from the terrace.
the medina smells and sounds will drag you, into the yummy street food, the colorful spices,seasonal agricultural harvest, fresh seafood, and butchery stores.
Blend in with Fassi locals and experience vacationing on their authentic style by having Traditional Moroccan dinner with truly exquisite flavor-rich plats in the hospitality of a friendly local family in the medina. Learning Moroccan table manners and etiquette.
Hands on Fez Tours Experiences
Specialit in Hands on Cultural tours and experiences in and around Fez!
We provide hands on tours and experiences for individuals travelers and small groups.They designed to be fun, interactive and insighful.
Drive to Meknes and Volubilis over the Rif Mountains. Explore the Medina of Meknes, one of the four imperial cities of Morocco. previously the capital of Morocco during the reign of Mulay Ismail, thereby known as the Ismaili capital of Morocco as well as “the Walled City”. Visit the Bab Mansour Gate, the imperial Granaries and Stables, the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, and the Sahrij Souani basin. Enjoy some free time to wander around the square entertained by story tellers, musicians and snake charmers. Continue to the Roman city of Volubilis for a Guided tour of partially excavated Berber and Roman City of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage. After your visit to this unique site, drive back to Fez.
Experience Fez in style with a fully-customizable, private luxury tour by Luxury MiniVan and enjoy VIP treatment from your personal driver. Work with your guide to craft the perfect itinerary, or just set out to see the highlights of the Old Town ( Medina); visit the ornate Blue Gate and the King’ palace, the Medersa, the Zaouia, the Tanneries… and more. Enjoy the tour with family, friends or a group, and discover Fez at your own pace. Customizable, private luxury tour of the Ancient walls of Fez Explore in a Luxury MiniVan van Tailor the trip to your interests Vehicles accommodate groups up to 6 people. Perfect introduction for first-time visitors Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
Experience the Old Town of Fez in style and sophistication on a private tour, ideal for travelers seeking a personalized experience.
During this custom tour, you’ll tick off iconic Fez' Medina sights such as The Blue Gate, Tannery, The Souks, Mellah, panoramic view, and many more. Amend your itinerary according to your preferences and stop for as long or as little as you like at iconic Fez Medina landmarks.
Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
Private custom tour of Fez by car
A personalized expereince designed to orient first-time visitors
Tick off top Fez attractions such as Medersa Bou Inania, Medersa Al Attarine, and Batha Museum and Sunset Strip...
Hotel pickup and drop-off are included
* Follow a bespoke itinerary on this full-day private walking tour with a local guide.
* Explore the shops, markets, and monuments of Fez' colorful neighborhoods * * Get insider tips and recommendations from a Local Guide
* Great-value tour includes hotel pick-up and Enjoy Fez at Sunset ( Ramparts and panoramic Tour).
* This private tour can be customized to your interests and ensures you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide
An authentic concoction of eighth-century Fez el Bali (Old Fez), the 13th-century Fez el Jdid (New Fez), and the 20th-century Ville Nouvelle (built by the French), the oldest of Morocco’s imperial cities has been playing second fiddle to jet-set Marrakesh for a while now. No more. A wave of luxury hotels and design-minded restorations of crumbling riads, as well as an innovative food scene, is enhancing its unique identity and putting it on the map even more. A new terminal at the Fes-Saïss Airport is due to increase visitor numbers five fold.
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Founded in the 9th century and home to the oldest university in the world, Fez reached its height in the 13th–14th centuries under the Marinids, when it replaced Marrakesh as the capital of the kingdom. The urban fabric and the principal monuments in the medina – madrasas, fondouks, palaces, residences, mosques and fountains - date from this period. Although the political capital of Morocco was transferred to Rabat in 1912, Fez has retained its status as the country's cultural and spiritual centre.
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We will travel together through the time to discover the hidden secret of Fez and its inspiring culture, food, locals life style, artisanal handcrafts and more....
Drive to Tangier, the “Pearl of Northern Morocco”. Visit Kasbah Museum of Mediterranean, a recently refurbished museum is housed in the former sultan's palace of Dar El Makhzen. See the modest tomb of Ibn Battuta, said to be the last resting place of Ibn Battuta, born in Tangier in 1304 and was known as the greatest traveler of that period, even outpacing Marco Polo. View St Andrew's Church, completed in 1890 on land granted by Sultan Hassan. The inside of this Anglican church is decorated in high Fassi style, and the Lord’s Prayer in written in Arabic over the altar. Behind the altar is a cleft that indicates the direction of Mecca, with carved quotes from the Quran. Stroll the Medina, contained by the walls of a 15th-century Portuguese fortress. At the end of the tour, Drive back to Fez.
Explore the Moroccan cuisine in Fez; the spiritual capital and the birthplace of most likely diverse and refined cuisine. So where better to indulge than the source itself to discover authentic Morocco through its food. Enjoy your time in this Fes Cooking Class, and venture under the surface into the souk (local market) with your chef. While at the same time experiencing tips and tricks to create your own mouthwatering food. This is a real journey with a difference; a cultural exchange which stands beyond a list of ingredients or rather a visit to tourist sights.