Just after breakfast, you will start the day’s visit with your guide.
The first station is going to be the Royal Palace.
Besides, some nearby worth-visiting quarters among which Moulay Abedallah Quarter , the Mellah (Jewish Quarter).
onward you will go to see Fez el –jadid, a monumental Kasabah which was considered as a governmental centre until 1912.
moving in the direction of the southern Tower to have a look at including The “Museum of Weapons”, a fortress that is used to shelter Fez city.
From Fez el-Jadid to Fez el-Bali, marked as a sequenced blocks of rooftops with minarets and domes.
Cars can not go through its streets because of their narrowness.
The reason why merchants and porters use donkeys and mules.
Upon along with your guide, you will enter Rue Talaa Kebira, the main street leading to the old legendary medina.
Reaching the old medina, you will see the Karaouiyne mosque.
The oldish university in the world from where the greatest scholars of the kingdom had been graduated.
Dar el-Magana is another site deserving a stop by.
It is a fourteenth century water clock.
Around the area you can see the tomb of Ahmed el Tijani in the interior of Zeouia Tijaniya.
He is the establisher of the doctrine “Tariqqa el-Tijaniya (The Way) throughout Morocco.
Following this, you will also stop by the Ech Cherabliyine Mosque (Mosque of the Slipper makers) then have a short visit to the souks presenting a great deal of products as: henna, slippers, caftans, silks, spices and jewelries.
Next, we will stop by Fondouk El Najjarine identified as a UNISCO locality.not to mention the Fez highlight Tannery.
To watch a large assortment of pottery leather-products and wood arts, we recommend visiting the museum of Dar el-Batha .
return back to your accomodation.