A beautiful example of traditional bathhouse architecture, restored with the help of the Venice Institute for Urban Sustainability....
Built in 1270 and still in use today, this is the oldest of the Merinid medersas in Fez. The prayer hall contains what's thought to be...
One of Africa’s largest mosques and possibly the oldest university in the world, this mosque complex is the spiritual heart of Fez and...
Cremerie La Place
Put a cafe in one of the most interesting spots in the medina, and you have a near perfect combination. Over juice, tea, coffee and...
Lonely Planet review
Here's a delightful square to rest awhile under the plane tree and soak up the atmosphere of the medina. On one side lies the Kairaouine Library; on the other, the Seffarine Medersa, and all around are coppersmiths hammering their wares into shape: huge cauldrons, stills for making rosewater, kettles, pots and samovars.