Fes or Fez (Arabic: فاس [Fās], French: Fès) is home to Morocco's oldest university and is its leading cultural and religious centre. Fez was founded in 789. History has provided the city with long periods of hardship, but Fez has never died.
From the Fes Travel Guide
Hi, We are disappointed for us stay, when we arrived we are not watched because you haven't communicaded our inscription! The room hasn't tissu on the windows, no soap on the bathroom, the breakfast is not ggod, we have a little jam , one cup of milk and if we would more have then we must to pay!! This hotel is very bad! ... more
The hospitality of Kareem and his family exceeded all our expectations, help with shopping and trip planning in particular. Breakfast was an extradinary sampling of ten or more traditional Fassi breads with all the beverages, cheese, honey and olives. Interesting conversation, respectful care all around. ... more
April 24, 2011
We drove to Fes to spend the next couple days to take a walking tour led by Youssef and Kamal in the old medina, souk, and oldest functioning (10th century) tannery. We were greeted by Aunty Malika ...
Posted in Morocco 2011 by OttawaHennaLady