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Fez which is sometimes written as Fes is the city in northern inland Morocco and is the capital of Fas –Meknas administrative region. It is the second largest city after Casablanca and radiates a unique aura as it had long been considered as the spiritual home of the country. This imperial city is the custodian of 13 centuries of Moroccan history and has a rich and glorious past. If you want to know about the glorious past of Morocco then visit Fez which is one of the most popular tourist spots in the country that leaves you spellbound. So plan a trip and book a flight to Fez a city which still retains the charm of its glorious past.
On a visit to Fez, you surely find it an imperial and eternal city that offers you timeless experience and blurs the boundaries between past and present. There is so much to see and explore that you surely feel one trip is not enough. Start your sightseeing trip to Fez with a visit to Medersa Bou Inania which was built between 1350 and 1357 by the Merenid Sultan Bou Inan is among the few religious buildings in the city that the other than Muslims can enter. The Medersa is the architectural gem and one of Morocco’s most gorgeous buildings. Do visit the Al Quaraouiyine Mosque which is the oldest university in the world built in 857 AD. Non Muslims are not allowed here but you can get the great views from the nearby rooftop terraces.
One must stroll through the Mellah or the Jewish Quarter which is located just north of the Royal Palace. Now it is no longer the home to the Jewish community but one can still capture the glimpses of its rich history and architecture. Don’t forget to walk through the Fez Medina or Fes El Bali which is the oldest neighbourhood of the city, a UNESCO World Heritage site which has still retained much of its history and roots. Enjoy the arms museum of the city, the Borj Nord which is renowned for its impressive collection of weapons including some rare pieces. Those who love shopping for them Fes el Bali is no less than a paradise where they can buy local craft, colourful Moroccan slippers, leather goods etc. Just don’t miss a visit to Chouara tanneries of Fes where you can watch the traditional dying of animal skins- the first step of making of leather goods in Morocco. If you don’t want to miss all these amazing attractions and much more than just grab the best deal flights to Fes and enjoy a fabulous holiday trip.
There are multiple airlines that offer flights between Fez and the United Kingdom. The major ones include Ryanair, Air Arabia Maroc, TAP Air Portugal, Royal Air Maroc etc. The peak season to fly to Fez is August. There are four nonstop flights between Fez and London and Air Arabia Maroc and Ryanair are the most frequent flyers on this route.
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