Considering that Fes is quite hilly, the view from Fes el-Bali is just incredible. I'd suggest it for some nice pictures.
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The Fes el-Bali is another name for the Medina, an immense walled maze of alleyways that number in the thousands. Most are far too narrow for cars, so the World Heritage Site is free of vehicles with four wheels. Not so for Motorbikes - there...More
If you enjoy getting lost in old alleyways and taking a peek at history then youll love this. We found our way there in our hired car through Sat nav. Once we parked we were approached by the parking attendant and offered a tour guide....More
We stayed 3 days in Fes as well as 3 days in Marrakesh and really preferred Fes. The city is quieter, less polluted, people are very nice and helpful. The medina is much older and has more traditional crafts. The streets are narrow and you...More
We loved our 4 days at Fes I only have positive things to say,We visited the medersa, the souq and the historical monumentIt is an incredible city
This very old and possibly the largest Medina is an experience, steeped in history. You could easily lose yourself in the maze of tiny streets that criss cross this walled city. There are no cars in the Medina, the only form of transport is donkey....More
It's a maze of craftsmen, beggers, food stalls--winding sometimes through very skinny alleys. Even with a map, I would think it would be easy to get lost in miles of meandering ways. With lots of people, it can get claustrophobic. It was incredible. We learned...More
Everything about this city is quite special and charming. It's different from anything I visited in Morocco and we very much liked it!