With Touring in Morocco we offer a 2 days tour from Fes to Chefchaouen. Our dear clients will enjoy visiting the beautiful historical city of Meknes and visit the blue pearl Chefchaouen. Even more, end up relaxing and hiking the Rif mountains in Akchour. But, before they visit Meknes, they are allowed to get a guide to discover Fes the day before visiting Meknes. Therefore, we gave you here a list of attractions you can visit in Fes :
Madrasa Bou Inania :
One of the oldest schools of Fes, built between 1350 and 1357 by the Merenid sultan Bou Inan. It is characterized by its gorgeous architectural buildings, and it is allowed for non-Muslims to enter and visit it. To reach the Madrasa or the school, you’ll need to take the T’alaa Lekbira in the old city.
Fes El Bali :
Fes El Bali is translated as the old Medina of Fes, the city’s oldest neighborhood. To get to either the new or the old Medina, you need to go by the Blue gate of Bab Boujloud.
In Fes El Bali, there are many local Souk parts for the ones who are willing to take a leather souvenir…
In the area, there are many other monuments you can visit including the Old Foundouq and the Medersa Sahrij. Also, if you are looking to get the best view, it is right behind the gate (the minaret of the Medersa Bou Inania).
The Chouara Tanneries :
Famous as the largest tanneries area in Fes. It attracts thousands of tourists every year, the place doesn’t smell really good. Therefore, citizens consider bringing fresh mint with them. In the area, they make colorful Moroccan slippers, leatherwork, metalwork… They use spices like Safran, Ginger…
The best time to visit the area is during the evening when the leather wholes are dry and colorful. Also, for a great panoramic view, consider choosing one of the balconies, or houses rooftops offered at good prices.
If you are looking to buy any souvenir, you must try some original leather shoes or jackets.
In Fes, there are many attractions to visit before starting the 2 days tour from Fes to Chefchaouen. Therefore, the listed ones here are the most important and visited, contact us for more information!