Fez, the city of Love
Want to discover Fes? There are a thousand ways to do it. This imperial city is the capital of the traditional culture of Morocco. Cradles of knowledge, its superb Medersas are the flamboyant symbol. This fortified city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will take you back to the Middle Ages. Located inside the Medina, the entry into the Bab Bou-Jeloud district is made by a huge door made in 1913, decorated with blue and green tiles, the colors of the city.
Inside this area, visitors can visit the Bar Batah Museum, which brings together the Arts and Traditions of the city. This area is located in the palace that carries the same name, not to forget that it was erected during the 19th century. The Koranic school Bou Inania has an architecture full of various ornamentations. Built in the middle of the 14th century, this Medersa is part of the process of the dynamization of the city which was started by the the merinides dynasty.
Tourists can also stroll along Talaa Kebira Avenue, one of the longest in the city and dotted with shopping boutiques.