If you want to know some interesting places around Fez, then these are our suggestions:
Departure from your Riad or Hotel at 8H00 ancient Roman city, where archaeological remains are best preserved and most visited in Morocco. The area was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997. It occupies 40 hectares and is located 33 kilometers north of Meknes. Although it is better to walk to the discovery of the ruins, there are some points you can not miss, such as the hole, the basilica and the temple of Jupiter, the spas, the Arch of Caracalla and the beautiful mosaics. Optional guided. In the evening you go back to Fez.
Departure from your Riad or Hotel at 8H00 the most modest city of the four imperial cities of Morocco, making it a different, much quieter and more relaxed than Fez, Marrakech and Rabat. Meknes is surrounded by fields, with agricultural products one of the foundations of the city’s economy. It is interesting to note that this region produces the highest amount of wine from Morocco, which is already astonishing in itself, since Muslims are forbidden to drink alcohol. Here you can visit the souk, Place El-Hedim: Plaza el-Hedim (which is what Meknes Jamaa el Fna is Marrakech), the Dar Jamai Museum, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, Madrasa Bou Inania …
Mulay is one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in Morocco. His name honors Idris I, nephew of Mohammed and founder of the Idrísita dynasty. The religious state of the city led to the mid-twentieth century was closed to non-Muslims. Currently the only place is forbidden the mausoleum of Moulay Idris. In addition to visiting the Mausoleum outside of Moulay Idris, we visit the Plaza de Moulay Idris I, panoramic terraces and the circular minaret that exists only in Morocco. In the evening you go back to Fez.
From fez to Ifrane.Departure from your Riad or Hotel at 8H00 a mountain town located 65 kilometers south of Fez. Clean and tidy, Ifrane is parks, alpine lakes and style houses, so it is known as the “Morocco’s Switzerland”. Created by the French in 1930 as a tourist destination. During the winter it is one of the most important ski resorts in Morocco. In the center you can visit the city, the Leone stone (sculpted by a German soldier during World War II after the last Atlantic lion), Al-Akhawayn and outside the Royal Palace. In the evening you go back to Fez Azrou and cedar forests.Departure from your Riad or Hotel at 8H00 Azrou is a major Berber population located within the Middle Atlas. The best known of the city itself are the cedar woods that surround it. Azrou live in 50,000. The most famous inhabitant of these forests is the Great Cedar Gouraud, the largest ancient cedar in the region. Unfortunately, he died a few years ago by a procession invasion. Very close to the places Cedar Gouraud find souvenirs, drinks and peanuts to nourish the monkeys of hundreds of Gibraltar who live in the area also visit the little medina where you can find shops and workshops, wood and carpets. In the evening you go back to Fez.
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– Fuel – water.
– Tickets for Entrance the monuments