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Fez Sightseeing Tour
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The city’s ancient quarter is an intricate maze of streets lined with open markets, shops and mosques.
  • Excellent64%
  • Very good27%
  • Average6%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“narrow streets” (106 reviews)
“shop owners” (28 reviews)
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Hours Today: 08:00 - 00:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Fes 30000, Morocco
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Reviewed today

we had a great day at the medina of fes. the small avenues, the street vendors and the spice shops gave it a special charm. it was a great adventure for us in Morocco

Thank martingrif01
Reviewed today via mobile

We went to Fez and had a wonderful tour of the souk and Medina. What a fantastic atmosphere with all the sounds and smells. We would love to go again for longer next time. Highly recommended

Thank Adrian R D
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is the largest car free medina with most residents in the world. You can still find workers making things(embroidery, weaving, pottery, copper, leather etc) by hand here. The very narrow and crisscrossing streets are also very unique. Tourists should really need a guide to...More

Thank anita n
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The medina of fes really is the medina of 10,000 streets. The market is bustling and not touristy at all. Totally amazing

Thank Brandon F
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Cannot leave Fez medina without a handmade kaftan (everyday "traditional" Moroccan wear) and rocking a Fez cap. An average quality kaftan cost around 150dhs.

Thank Peter Z
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We were only here for a couple days. This place is exhausting. There are stray animals everywhere. Everywhere you try to go it's another shopkeeper trying pull you in his shop and sell you the same the same made in China souvenirs as the last...More

Thank Andy S
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Medina of Fez is a must-see in Morocco. What an unbelievable once in a lifetime exotic experience.

Thank Victoria201154
Reviewed 4 days ago

Love the pomegranate juice, super cheap and the old town is pretty small. Found the one place that serves beer, a nice little place with a roof top patio. Would definitely come back..

Thank Lenny D
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Fascinating to visit. Don't miss tannery. Older medina from 8th century and 14th century medina created by people expelled from Spain.

Thank VASoleil
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a huge area ... 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months ... and you'll still be discovering treasures and trinkets and amazing doorways opening. today but perhaps not tomorrow. Just explore - with our without a guide. Super highly recommended.

Thank deeveedubai
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Jessiecacchillo
12 August 2017|
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Response from DavidandMary82 | Reviewed this property |
I also don't understand your question? Can you clarify.
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SherrieCooke
19 July 2017|
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Response from Marcus W | Reviewed this property |
Friday is the local day off - can't speak for October but this week less than 1/4 of the medina was open. Tannery is still seen from the leather shops which will be open. Most of the historic sires are closed too as far as... More
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Abdur R
4 June 2017|
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Response from LorenzoelJefe | Reviewed this property |
Wow! That is a question! 2) On the way to the die vats. 1) Hire a local guide show them a picture and they will find it. 3) Wind you way to die vats and show photo at appropriate stalls ... with stuff not food... More
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