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An imperial city and the third most important in Morocco, Fez is considered to be the religious and cultural centre of the country and in 1981 it was declared a world heritage site by the UNESCO due to its historical and cultural wealth. The city has one of the oldest universities in the world as well as one of the largest international mediaeval complexes.
Due to its geographical location, Fez has a main Mediterranean climate, with mild temperatures all the year round, making it the ideal destination at any time of year. Together with the other imperial cities of Morocco, it is one of the most interesting places to visit in the whole of North Africa, but a visit to Fez alone is a worthwhile and pleasurable experience.
The narrow streets of Fez, which run through the maze of the Medina, are impressive to visitors and its markets or ‘souqs’ are considered to be the most attractive in Morocco and also the most crowded. The centre of Fez, el Bali, is the largest pedestrian area in the world, where leather, ebony, spices and silver flood the oldest part of the city with a variety of colours, aromas and flavours. Apart from the city centre, visitors are encouraged to take a stroll through the Andalusí quarter and see the ravine or the ancient Coran schools, the mosque of Karaouín dating from the 9th century and the gates of the wall, all of which will remain in their memories due to their enormous historic, cultural and aesthetic value.
Fez is a captivating city, full of splendour, where tradition and life fill the streets of this eternally alive city.

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Fez today 23°C
25°C | 10°C

In Fez we will have clear sky, a rise in temperature is expected; dress in light clothing.

    • Monday
    • 25°C | 11°C
    • Tuesday
    • 27°C | 13°C
    • Wednesday
    • 27°C | 15°C