Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts & Crafts
Opened in 1998, this museum is in a wonderfully restored funduq – a caravanserai for travelling merchants who stored and sold their...
One of the oldest market places this souk, off Talaa Kebira, has graceful plane trees shading the stalls selling ceramics and...
Moulay Idriss Zawiya
Here is the heart of Fez: the mausoleum of the city's founder and the most venerated pilgrimage spot in Morocco. You can't enter unless...
Famille Restaurant Berrada
‘Famille restaurant’ says it all here – a small medina place run with much hearty cheer. Everything is very traditional, but they’re...
Nejjarine Square information
Lonely Planet review
This interesting square is dominated by the beautifully restored Nejjarine Wood Museum housed in an 18th-century funduq . There's also a superbly decorated wall fountain. Pause awhile in a café or browse the shops before venturing into the carpenters' souk with its amazing array of glitzy wedding chairs.