We loved our visit of fes and this place is one of the best interesting places we liked in this old town we really enjoyed our stay and our time though its beautiful streets.
About Medina of Fez
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the area is a maze of streets and shops, twists and turns. It is laid out in sections with many great restaurants and shops. You have to stop in one of the tanneries and see the process - amazing.
Fez’medina is magical.It is huge and it is very very easy to get lost.The ally are narrow and congested,the stalls are tight and repetitive but the medina is safe and very exciting.There are many mosques and madrasas and old Jewish section! A maze and hive...More
My title was quite long. To put it simply, some prejudices are true... Some people will try to ask for your money (by guiding you, or by wanting to sell you haschich or something in their store) but otherwise it's quite an interesting walk.
There are heaps of medinas one can visit around Morocco, but the medina of Fez is not huge, not too touristy and wonderful to visit. Don't miss the (very smelly) tannery, the ceramic area and the butchers' area with goat heads, camel heads and other...More
to enjoy it... you must to lost yourself in it. If people bother you just smile, explain that you don't want to buy or follow them and say thanks to them in any case. "Là schukran" is the answer ( It means "no thanks").
I enjoyed seeing all the different vendors and foods in the medina. It is interesting to see how they live. You could spend a couple of days just wandering around. It's an enjoyable experience.
Winding, twisty streets filled with the bustle of life, multiple shops and interesting characters, smells of food and sewage, like being in the 18th century