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Fez medina Half day Guided walking tour
$30.10 per adult
Fez Medina 4-Hour Guided Walking Tour
$50.00 per adult
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Marrakech to Fez via Merzouga Desert - 3 Days Desert Tour
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Marrakech to Fez via Merzouga Desert - 3 Days Desert Tour

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Marrakech and Fes are the major cities everyone visiting Morocco can’t miss. Combining the Sahara desert with Fes and Marrakech will make your Morocco desert tour as rich as it can be. For that reason, and with increasing inquiries, we decided to suggest a Marrakech to Fes desert trip for you to take advantage of and combine the Sahara desert with the two amazing cities of Marrakech and Fes.<br><br>Tour highlights<br><br>– Cross the High Atlas Mountains driving past one Berber village after another<br><br>– Visit Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou considered a world heritage site by the UNESCO<br><br>– Visit Ouarzazate and its Kasbah Ait Ben-Haddou<br><br>– Drive along the Valley of the roses &amp; the road of 1001 Kasbahs<br><br>– Walk in Todra oasis to Todra Gorges &amp; visit a Berber village<br><br>– Ride a camel in Erg Chebbi<br><br>– Spend the night under the stars at your Sahara desert camp<br><br>– Drive along Ziz Valley and cross the Middle Atlas Mountains with its cedar forests to Fes
$230.55 per adult
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Kemal Celik wrote a review Oct 13
Istanbul, Turkey82 contributions
Walking through the city,coming across some details of beauty,palaces,mansions,city walls,people who struggle like every city,people who appreciate what they have,humbleness,kindness.Mosques to churches,market to bazaars,workshops to showrooms,this city is simply amazing.The riads ( houses) such stylish and quaint,we loved it.I didn’t like the tajini,I liked morocco pastillas and barberian pizza,more than anything.
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Date of experience: October 2020
AJT wrote a review Oct 4
Melbourne, Australia121 contributions
If you are in Fez, a walk through the Medina is a must ! Wear your comfy shoes though, as we walk through the Medina for more than two hours. So much to see and learn. We were taking in the atmosphere, and stayed engaged throughout the whole walk. The leather tannery was breathtaking. This is what you see on countless postcard and and travel literature. To actually be there was such a treat. The background is actually taken on a balcony of a leather shop. You can get your bespoke leather jacket made in just 4 hours. Kinda cool. The market streets were narrow, but it just adds to the experience. Be brave and try some street food, just point and pay the vendor. They are earning a living so they will be more than happy to oblige. If you are into carpets, Morocco has their own carpet industry, but to be honest the ones in Turkey are more sophisticated and beautiful, and yes more expensive. We went to a carpet store and the usual English speaking person goes through his pitch. We didn’t buy anything (because we sold a kidney when were in Turkey). But the mint tea was a nice break while we were watching others haggle for their carpets. This is absolutely a must-do once in a lifetime. You truly get the sense of the Moroccan spirit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Pedro C wrote a review Aug 2020
West Bloomfield, Michigan40 contributions5 helpful votes
Review of: Medina of Fez
The medina of Fez visit was the greatest experience during our visit (my wife and I) in Morocco. In contrast to other medinas (old city areas) in the country this was the most authentic, tourist-free place we visited. Yes, you will need a guide, otherwise you may be lost for ever in that labyrinth. Lots of walking, be prepared!
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Date of experience: January 2020
Dimitris L wrote a review May 2020
Sydney, Australia14,892 contributions55,165 helpful votes
We travelled on our own and walked around the Medina for hours. It was an extremely enjoyable and rewarding experience. It must be said it was difficult to navigate our way through this amazing maze of buildings, people, animals, motor bikes, push bikes and a host of other interesting and strange things. We used a Map app on our mobile phone to get around, and it mostly did a good job. When we got completely lost we just kept going. We saw quite a lot on the day. There were several "offers of help" from a number of locals, "for free", but there was always a hidden price. The Medina is a must visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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mannks wrote a review May 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana279 contributions48 helpful votes
Review of: Fez walking tour
You will need a guide that knows his way around. Amazing old City Center of Fes. Beautiful old souks, mosques, carpet shops, old leather tannery and copper smiths. Sometimes the people that want to sell you something get annoying. However, this a must when in Fes. We went to the old Jewish cemetery afterwards.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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