Fez Airport is located approximately 10 Km outside of Fez. There are no rail connections from the airport and there is no bus service from the airport to the city. There is a taxi service and the fare should be agreed before starting one's journey.
Fascinating FezAncient city, "Fez el Bali" is a real open air museum. It contains countless masterpieces. Between mosques, medersas, and palaces... some visits are not to miss. The grandest mosque is Quaraouiyine whish is the heart of the city. The medersas are a living testimony of the intellectual and scientific past of the city. Medersa Bou Inania is characterized by its admirable architecture with its cedar, its marble and its onyx marble decor. The Batha palace, houses admirable collections of traditional art : jewelry, embroidery...
Fez MedinaThe Souk Attarine is one of the liveliest of the city. It specialized in the sale of traditional medicines products. At Souk el-Henna, for centuries, cosmetic products are sold : ghassoul, soap, khol ... For precious embroideries of Fez, Kaftans and embroidered slippers, it is at the kissaria Serrajine where you find your happiness. Tillis souk is famous for its carpets while the Nejjarine for its cabinetwork. The Es-Seffarine square coppersmiths produce finely chased trays and teapots, along with countless other items of iron, copper and silver wares.
The Royal Palace, Mellah and Jnan SbilThe main monument of Fez Jdid is the Royal Palace. The vast esplanade of Alaouites offers an impressive view of the finely carved doors of the Palace. On the other side of the city, the Jewish quarter (Mellah) is crossed by a bustling gathering all kinds of shops: jewelery, textiles… The 17th-century Ibn Danan synagogue is a masterpiece of Judeo-Moroccan architecture, and is well worth going out of your way to see. Between Fez el Bali and Fes Jdid, stands the Park Jnane Sbil, it offers visitors a real green space while respecting the original design of the garden.
The Fassi Art of LivingLife in Fez is a daily round of sophisticated pleasure – a fine roof over your head, subtle cuisine, elegant clothing, harmonious colours, age-old rituals of beauty, delicate perfumes, and bewitching music. In Fez, with its many hammams, spas and thermal springs, the culture of well-being is apparent everywhere– the spellbinding world of the Oriental dream! Hammams and spas are an essential part of the service in the city’s luxury riads and hotels, introducing you to rituals of body and beauty care.
Fez surroundings : Springs and mountainsFez lies on the Saiss Plain at the very edge of the Middle Atlas mountain range, in a region that is a nature lover’s paradise. Its richly varied landscapes – lush green valleys, cedar forests, thermal springs, and yellow ochre-toned mountainsides – provide opportunities for excursions of all kinds, to experience unimagined worlds beyond the reach of time. The historic Moulay Yacoub, spa located 20 km west of Fez, is famous for its hot springs and sulfur which offer a pleasant fitness cures.