Day 3 Fez sightseeing tour
After a traditional Moroccan breakfast at the hotel, enjoy a morning city tour of Fes the most “genuine” imperial city of Morocco. The royal city of Fez has lots to offer. So get your cameras ready, get your hearts ready. Touch the old scripts on the wall. Visit a fascinating medina that preserved by UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is the largest Medina in the world. Walk-in its winding streets and see a maze of alleyways that takes you back centuries with an authentic feel. And for a taste of the non-Islamic history of Fez, the Mellah should not be missed. The old Jewish quarter of the Medina. It was built in the 13th century and became the first Jewish quarter in Morocco in the 14th century, exactly in 1438, world’s oldest university still in existence, The University of Al Quaraouiyine, still operating, the degree-awarding university in the world was established in 859 AD by a Muslim woman Fatima Al-Fihri.
Overnight in Fez
Hotel, Dinner, and Breakfast included