UNESCO World Heritage. Beautiful ruins of ancient Roman city that was being inhabited even after the Romans' withdrawal.

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  • Medina of Fez, Fez

    Medina of Fez

    Enter the labyrinth-like streets of medina and emerge in the unbridled bustle of shops, restaurants and markets.

  • Borj Nord, Fez

    Borj Nord

    Majestic fortress dating back to 16th century overlooks Fez. Worth visiting not only for its great views, there's also a weaponry museum inside.

  • Bab Bou Jeloud Gate, Fez

    Bab Bou Jeloud Gate

    This gate marks the main entrance to the liveliest part of medina – Fes el Bali full of cafés, stalls and locals chatting on the streets.

  • Bou Inania Madrasa, Fes, Fez

    Bou Inania Madrasa, Fes

    This Islamic school stands as a great example of the finery of Marinid architecture. Its wooden walls bear marvellous ornaments.

  • Merenid Tombs, Fez

    Merenid Tombs

    These giant tombs are towering on the hill beyond the city. The site retains its mysterious atmosphere and the views are perfect.

  • Mansour Gate, Meknes

    Mansour Gate

    This town gate boasting wonderful zellij mosaic patterns is a real marvel of Almohad architecture. Its marble columns have been taken from Volubilis.

  • Kairaouine Mosque, Fez

    Kairaouine Mosque

    This 9th century mosque is not open to non-Muslims yet it is still worth stopping by and peeking through the doors.

  • Bou Inania Madrasa Meknes, Meknes

    Bou Inania Madrasa Meknes

    This Qur'anic school is a real gem of Islamic architecture and also one of few Muslim monuments that the non-Muslims are allowed to enter.

  • Zaouia Moulay Idriss II, Fez

    Zaouia Moulay Idriss II

    A tomb of the ruler of Morocco and founder of Fez in the 9th century. Closed to non-Muslims yet the outside view is still worth it.

  • Dar Jamai Museum, Meknes

    Dar Jamai Museum

    Museum dedicated to the Moroccan arts, crafts and traditions. The building is as much interesting as the vast collections it houses.

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