Fez, also spelled Fez, Arabic Fās, town, northern Morocco, just above its inflow into the Sebou River on Wadi Fez.
The oldest of Morocco's imperial cities, Fez Morocco, is a fascinating collection of urban centers built over the ages. Seeking amazing stuff to do in Fez is not complicated.
An authentic walled city from the eighth century, Fes el Bali. Fes el Jdid, The 13th-century Modern Capital, and finally Ville Nouvelle, the 20th-century contribution of the French.
An historic breeding ground for scientists, craftsmen, and gourmets, Fez is also referred to as the spiritual and cultural capital of Morocco.
Fez might have played second fiddle to the more touristy Marrakesh, but Fez is increasing in prominence due to an increasing awareness of its authenticity. Fez is a destination like no other for a genuinely authentic travel experience.