Fes is a lovely place in Morocco - definitely worth visiting. Walk around in the small city center and let your feeling guide you. Be careful for all those "tourist traps" - fake guides who wants to sell you souvenirs that's "only" made here in Fes. When you travel trough Morocco you'll bump into that same kind of stories a... 更多
This is the New Medina, one of the three parts of the city of Fes, the others being Fes-el-Bali, or Old Fes, and Ville Nouvelle, or the New City.I think Fes-el-Bali is probably the most "exciting" of the three.
The new part of the old Fes. I wasn't particularly impressed after having been in Marrakech. There are two kind of markets - Friday market - when the shops are closed and road-side vendors sell mostly clothes in front of these closed shops and non- Friday markets - when the shops are open reaching out to the centre of the... 更多
When traveling to Morocco, don't miss Fès which you should definitely include in your itinerary. Visit the amazing medina, one of the largest in the country, as well as the tanneries where people work under incredibly tough and cruel conditions.
A nice spot to visit if you want some souvenirs before you leave Fes. The architecture is representative of the ancient Fes.
Although there are a couple of old bits it's really not worth the effort compared to the Old Medina, Fes el-Jdid is mostly a French and more recent new town which we call "Anywhereville". If you want to come to Morocco for supermarkets; McDonalds or boutiques, then this is for you, but otherwise, in my opinion, it is really pretty... 更多
Fes el Jdid, or (new Fes) is much smaller than the old Fes (Bali) or Medina. The streets are wider, less tourist shops and more pleasant eateries. It is only a ten minute walk from the Royal palace.