Fes Tours

Discover the culture, history, and beauty of Fes. Wander through the ancient Medina, learn about the city's centuries-old craft traditions, or explore the vast libraries and madrasas that house a wealth of Islamic knowledge on guided tours of this Moroccan gem.

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Fes, a gem in Morocco’s crown, has a vibrant population of over 1.15 million people, enriched by centuries of history and culture spanning from its founding in 789.

As Morocco’s cultural and spiritual center, Fes prides itself on having the world’s largest car-free urban area, the Fes el Bali, a UNESCO World Heritage site, alongside traditional Moroccan riads and bustling souks.


Fes’s culture is a tapestry of Arabo-Andalusian traditions, Islamic scholarship, and crafts. The city invites visitors to explore its ancient medinas, taste its rich culinary heritage, and experience the warmth and openness of its people, along with the mesmerizing call to prayer echoing through the city.


Fes offers a deep dive into the heart of Moroccan culture with Arabic and French speaking locals, welcoming all with open arms. The city’s historic architecture, labyrinthine alleys, and vibrant markets provide a captivating experience unlike any other.


Indulge in traditional Moroccan mint tea, explore centuries-old tanneries, delve into Sufi music festivals, or participate in a pottery workshop. Discover Fes’s rich mosaic of culture, history, and spirituality.

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