Kairaouine Mosque & University
One of Africa’s largest mosques and possibly the oldest university in the world, this mosque complex is the spiritual heart of Fez and...
This funduq housed merchants coming from Tetouan to do business in Fez. It still has some intricate mashrabiya on the upper balconies...
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...
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...
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...
Medersa el-Attarine information
Lonely Planet review
Founded by Abu Said in 1325 in the heart of the medina, the Attarine was designed as an annexe to the nearby Kairaouine. The central courtyard displays the traditional patterns of Merenid artisanship, with magnificent zellij (tilework), carved plaster and cedar wood. Onyx columns flank the mihrab. Slightly smaller than the Medersa Bou Inania, it has been sensitively restored.