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Best things to do in Fès

Historische Stätte
“It´s the main entrance to the old medina of Fes and only a few meters from the room!”
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Café
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“Wellknown Fez café, providing a variety of trdigional moroccan foods and beverages along with a great atmosphere.”
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Mosque
“Al Quaraouiyine was built in 859 AD by Fatima al-Fihri, and is believed to be one of the oldest universities in the world. It now operates as a mosque and cannot be entered by non-Muslims. However, its library was renovated in 2016 and made open to the public, and you can get a glimpse of the impressive, handmade tilework dating back to the 9th century. You can also get a perfect view of the mosque courtyard from the rooftops of nearby restaurants in the Medina.”
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School
“Right at the entrance of the Old Medina lies the former college for Muslim intellectuals. It was built by Sultan Bou Inan in the 14th century but has been beautifully restored, featuring gorgeous mosaics, carved plaster, cedar mashrabiyyas (lattice screens) and impressively large doors. The inside is splendid, with a fountain in the courtyard and endless, hand-carved walls and zellij tilework. It also has rooms on two floors, where classes used to be taught.”
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Bekleidungsgeschäft
“Centre commercial contenant un grand carrefour hypermarché et plusieurs d’autres commerces. C’est à 15min à pied de l’appartement.”
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Garten
“Jump in a taxi at r'cif to whizz round here for a dose of green and beautiful Islamic gardens”
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Marokkanisches Restaurant
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“Wonderful garden setting and casual decor, serving jazzed up Moroccan street food. Another good lunch or dinner spot. They collect and drop off guests from here so it's easy to find!”
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Shisha-Bar
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“Old Medina market : a hub for all sorts of shopping. The alleys connecting to each others are wonderfully confusing and easy to get yourself lost!. Lots of food stalls where you can try the local food at a very low prices or grab a mint tea and watch the world go by.”
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Historische Stätte
“Not the most pleasant for the senses, but a must see and probably one of the reasons you're visiting Fes anyway!”
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Establishment
“This Madrasa was located near the Al-Quaraouiyine Mosque and the Al-Attarine Souk, a market with a variety of local spices, dried nuts, fruit and much more. Al-Attarine was an annex to Al-Quaraouiyine and is made with the same design, with beautiful green and blue zellij tilework, carved plaster and cedar wood, plus classrooms indoors and a fountain in the courtyard.”
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Museum
“The highlight of the museum is the superb ceramic collection dating from the 14th century to the present.”
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Restaurant
“Opposite the Jnan Sbil gardens, their roof terrace is the perfect place to get a cold beer or cocktail with some tapas. Good chicken Cesar salad and burgers.”
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Park
“Espace de 7 hectares pour se reposer et découvrir de nombreuses plantations indigènes et exotiques.Belle collection de cactus et de nombreux arbres centenaires.”
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Mosque
“Just opposite this holy place is a nice place where bed covers and curtains are made, do bargain if you are really interested in something. All hand-made. ”
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Mosque
“Only Muslims can enter. The most beautiful representation of Moroccan Islamic architecture in the city of Fes. It houses the tomb of Idris II who is the son of Idris I (Founder of Idrisid Dynasty) and also a mosque.”
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Establishment
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