That famous blue gate. Not nearly as old as I had thought, but disarmingly pretty. Sit up high at a nearby restaurant and watch the lifeblood of Fez - her people - ebb and flow through this portal.
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A very nice gate but nothing really else to see.. You can take some photos and move on. We did not even bother with that, we just passed by with our car..
Its at one end of a long and narrow street called Taala Kebira and is surrounded by little restaurants and shops. In 4-5hours you can visit all the historic sites located on this street. Medressa buildings are worth visiting; tickets are 20 Dirhams per person;...More
Bab Boujloud with all the stalls inside it are real image of Fes. Don't visit Fes without going to Bab Boujloud. When you enter this gate, you will be introduced to many small shops where you can find different Moroccan products. Nearly at the entrance,...More
Bab Boujloud with its amazing and numerous shops give a great idea about Fes. So many shops with different Moroccan stuff. There is Zakaria and his shop for selling adorable abaya and koftan. If you go inside you will find the small artisan shop for...More
We went there in the evening when arrived Fes, a lot of people over there with stalls outside. The entrance to the medina. Quite beautiful gate with mosaic and took good photo.
If you have time after seeing the other attractions in Fez then visit the Bab Boujloud, a gateway to the Medina. The exterior of the gate is composed of blue tiles arranged in an intricate pattern. Past the gate there are little shops and restaurants....More