Half-Day Private Guided Walking Tour of Fez
Have you ever wished to be in 2 cities at the same? We have an even better offer- visit Fez! It’s a combination of 3 cities. And you are about to find out why.
Together with a professional tour guide, you will discover numerous streets and alleyways. You will enjoy a panoramic view of Fez Medina, with its ornamented entryways. Impressive buildings hide the legends of Moroccan culture. The guide will reveal the secrets hidden behind marvelous architecture. You will see a set of ruined monumental tombs in The Marinid Tombs. You will admire the pottery in The Malah. You will have a look at the royal necropolis for the Marinid dynasty. What is so magical about this place?
- You will be guided by a local charismatic guide
- You will learn about the history of those numerous Fez streets
- You will have the chance to get a panoramic view of the city
- Professional local tour guide
Route & Duration
Fes el Bali is the oldest walled part of Fez, Morocco. Fes el Bali was founded as the capital of the Idrisid dynasty between 789 and 808 AD.
The Marinid Tombs or Merenid Tombs are a set of ruined monumental tombs on a hill above and north of Fes al-Bali, the old city of Fez, Morocco. They were originally a royal necropolis for the Marinid dynasty which ruled over Morocco in the 13th to 15th centuries. You will definitely learn a lot about the history of Morocco!
A Mellah is a Jewish quarter of a city in Morocco. Starting in the 15th century and the first Mellah of Morocco was created in the city of Fez. You will definitely learn a lot about the history of the walls
Bab Bou Jeloud (3268+M9P, Fes, Morocco) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.
We were really impressed by Marinid Tombs. The trip was amazing. The tour guide was very professional and helpful. By the way, it was interesting for our teenagers, 13 and 15 years old, too.
It was a truly great experience. The atmosphere was magic. Fez was our favorite city in Morroco! Greetings from Nantes!
Une telle visite merveilleuse. Merci…