Fez is one of Morocco's imperial cities and is always worth a visit.
We will start by visiting: "The Mellah" which is the Jewish quarter, with the king palace from outside, a synagogue, nice panoramic view of The Medina, and the ceramic area to learn about the blue pottery of Fes.
The second part includes visiting Bab Boujloud Gate and marvel at its decoration of green and blue faience. Then, we'll Pass To Visit Together what is the oldest existing, continually operating and the first degree awarding university in the world according to UNESCO: Al-Quarawiyin.
Move on around the narrow streets to explore more of the city and see the Al-Attarrin Medresa, the Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts & Crafts, Seffarrine Square where you will find traditional craftsmen going about their business. You will then also see Al-Batha Museum, the Arms Museum.
At the end of the tour you will have learned a lot about Fez and its history from your knowledgeable guide.