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Medina Tours

Fes, Morocco
About Medina Tours
Live one amazing and unforgettable lifetime experience with one of the most experienced and professional tour operators of Morocco.The Medina Private Tours will sweep you off your feet and go beyond the imagination to make you enjoy your trip and get the best out of it.
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Adriana V wrote a review Nov 2021
Pelham, Alabama22 contributions1 helpful vote
City tour in Fes with Mohamed Dayri guide. He showed us the city, talked about the history and guided us inside the Fes Medina.
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Date of experience: November 2021
sijmenstatiusmuller wrote a review Mar 2020
5 contributions3 helpful votes
Great way to experience the marrocan kitchen in Fez, Mounir is very helpful and friendly, and the food is delicious!
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Carol F wrote a review Mar 2020
11 contributions23 helpful votes
The Medina in fes closes down a little on Friday so we weren’t sure what we should do. This cooking class was perfect! Moundire was an excellent guide; he picked us up from our hotel, walked us through the Medina while pointing out landmarks, and then explained all of the food in the market to us. We then went to a riad and cooked the food. The whole thing lasted from 10:20 to 2 pm. Definitely come hungry bc there will be a lot of food!
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Danny E wrote a review Feb 2020
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Moundir was a very friendly host and spoke good English. He showed us around the market to get ingredients for our camel and prune tajine and helped us to get local prices for some fresh spices to take home. After a tea break, we helped Kautar and Moundir to prepare the several dishes (tajine, four types of salads, and a fruit dish) in the small but clean and well-organized kitchen of their riad hotel. He was able to answer any questions we had about why something was cooked or prepared a certain way. We ate in the courtyard of the riad — everything was delicious, but so much food was hard to finish. If you can, skip breakfast and come hungry to class! Lovely time altogether.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Amy S wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York4 contributions1 helpful vote
Great experience. We got picked up at our Riad front door. Purchased the fresh groceries for the meal and helped in every step of the process in preparing a traditional meal. We even got escorted back to our Riad after we finished eating!
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Date of experience: February 2020