Dar Namir Gastronomic Retreats
Established food writer Tara Stevens offers tailor-made cooking experiences in her custom-built school. Sessions cover modern Moroccan...
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...
A beautiful example of traditional bathhouse architecture, restored with the help of the Venice Institute for Urban Sustainability....
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...
Restaurant Riad al Andalib
This large place in R'cif attracts a lunchtime crowd. While the menu is traditional Moroccan fare, the food is delicately spiced and...
Bab Fettouh information
After the death of Prince Ibn Ateya Senhai in the 11th century, his two sons divided responsibility for ruling the city. Fettouh, the eldest, who ruled the Al-Andalous quarter, erected this handsome gate and named it after himself. It was rebuilt by the Alawites in the 18th century. Opposite the gate is the Bab Fettouh Cemetery