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Exploring Fez - free walking tour
As a licensed guide in the beautiful city of Fes, Morocco, I am passionate about helping visitors explore the rich culture and history of this vibrant city. With years of experience, I am able to provide a comprehensive and insightful tour of the city. I am also happy to provide useful tips and information about local customs and culture. I strive to provide an enriching experience for each and every visitor, and to ensure that they leave with a true appreciation of Fes and its people.
A free walking tour in Fez is an excellent way to explore the city and get a unique insight into its culture, history, and architecture. The tour will typically start in the old Medina, where the guide will explain the traditional souk and the various food materials that can be found there. The guide will then take you through the labyrinth of alleys and impasses, hidden spiritual places, and ancestral monuments. Along the way, you will learn about the city's Sufi culture and traditions, as well as how it has evolved over time. The tour will also include visits to some of the city's most famous sites and attractions, such as the Dar Batha Museum. At the end of the tour, you will have a unique understanding of Fez and its history, culture, and traditions.
►Madersa Bou Inania: Established by Abu Inan Fais ( in AD 1351–56), who established the Madrasa Bou Inania in Meknes city too. Its wide acknowledged as a significant example of Marinid architecture. In addition to, its role as an institution for the education establishment of scholars. It has a stunning silo construction, decoration, and a water clock technique operated unknown.
►Tannery or Chowara: the oldest and the biggest fascinating tannery in Africa.In order to see the spacious array of leather and workers who use only natural colors to produce leather with a high-quality
►Nejjarine: the museum of wooden crafts. housed in an 18th-century funduq.It is one of the main places for merchants to restore their goods, everything is beautifully presented and varied from musical instruments, Berber locks, and prayer beads to the huge courtyard in the middle of the museum. Definitely, enjoy your time and your senses will be captured by how amazing looks.
►Kairouine University: one of the leading spiritual and educational centres of the Muslim world, In addition to, it considered the oldest continuously operating institution of higher learning in the world. (Founded in 859)
►Attarine Madrassa: known for its Arabic calligraphy at the entrance, and the beautiful fountain in the courtyard. Furthermore, the place is fully ornamented with marble and Moroccan zellij. In addition to, the big wooden doors.
►Moulay Idriss mausoleum: A zaouia (shrine), the tomb of Moulay Idriss II, who ruled Morocco from 807 to 828 and founded Fez city for the second time in 810.
►Mausoleum or Zaouia Sidi Ahmed Tijani: That holds the tomb of an 18th-century Sufi Shaykh, founder of the Tijaniyya order. The Zawiya show a street facade highly ornamented with carved wood, stucco, and wonderful glazed tile.
Finally, finish your cultural tour by visiting the local places of handicrafts, like Saffarine which is a place specialized in making Cooper-like glasses, trays…
Access to the medersa and the wood museum is excluded since it costs 20 DH pp
Meeting point:3269+96G, Place Istiqlal, Fès, Morocco3269+96G, Place Istiqlal, Fès, Morocco
Eu estarei na frente do correio, estarei usando uma boné vermelho com a estrela da bandeira marroquina.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).