Dar Al Safadi

4 cheq Bdenjalla, ziat médina, Fes, 30000, Morocco
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Transport Advice

by JJennyx

My husband and I are looking for a driver/guide to take us from Fes to Marrakech on January 2. We are interested in the sights along the way. Does anyone have any suggestions for us?

RE: Transport Advice

by benaz

firstly welcome to fes,what are you looking for just a taxi or tourist taxi because here in fes city we have two kind of taxi ,tourist taxi alittle expensive the others not ok.
in anyway just send me private message and i can answer you with gladness.me i live in fes.

RE: RE: Transport Advice

by JamalMorelli

Suggestion - rent the car yourself and drive it. Don't waste your money on a driver/guide.

Sights along the way - well, there's the long road to Marrakesh and that's the one looks like it should be the shortest. It goes through the mountains and I can't recommend it enough though I will leave the near orgasmic prose of mountain driving and sightseeing to Angiebabe who is quite experienced and a bit of poet on this matter.

Re: Transport Advice

by ftmagellan

Benaz WOndering about a driver from Casa airprt to Fez. DO you know of anyone who is reliable, sage good driver and also reasoanble? What cost?

Re: Transport Advice

by JamalMorelli

Last poster:
Hiring a driver from the Casa airport to Fes is pointlessly expensive and worthless.

Navigation-wise - it is a doddle to get from Casa to Fes on the AutoRoute.

I suggest again:
Take the train, which is located within the Casa airport to Casa Voyageur then Fes.
It's cheap, comfortable, safe.

Then, if you need a car in Fes, rent it in Fes.

Re: Transport Advice

by travolta159

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Re: Transport Advice

by JamalMorelli

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Me too.

Travel Tips for Fes


by keeweechic

There is no need to take extra precautions than you would normally in any other large city. There is an apparent police force around as well as those not in an identifying uniform especially in the Medina. Pickpockets will always be around, wherever you are so take care with your belongings.

Don't get jumped out here

by Venturingnow

If you so please, you can take the road from the North end of the medina, past the cemetery on the hill, and up then around the cemetery to take in a nice view of the entire medina from above. I almost got all of my money and posessions stolen when a group of whackos tried to jump me, but don't worry.

CTM bus to Oujda

by earthflyer

CTM have 1 bus departing for Oujda.

Journey time 6 hours.

Tickets are around 100 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

All buses depart from the CTM Bus Station near Place Hussein de Jordanie next to the mosque.

Please use prices as a rough guide only.

The Medina (the old city)

by fachd

The Medina (the old city) is definitely a must visit in Fes. When you visit the medina, no kidding it’s like you are stuck on a time warp. The Medina of Fes is the biggest and the oldest in Africa. The old city is surrounded by tall ancient wall.

Butchers Shop Fes Medina, Avoid Self Catering

by Mikebb

We walked past several butchers shops, most without refrigeration and airconditioning, with the meat on display often hanging inches from the roadway. Be careful not to brush your clothes on the meat, no wash basins handy.

We have to remember this is how it has been for centuries, the local people can handle meat being stored in this manner. However I would think the local butcher supplies the local restaurants and stalls within the medina and caution should be taken when eating at such places.

Our tour director has been coming to Morocco for 20 years and told us he had repeatedly been invited to the local guide's house for dinner. Eventually he accepted the invitation, the house was spotless and 1 hour after eating the pains came. He took 2 weeks to fully recover.


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