Riad Layalina

10 Derb el Miter, Ain Azliten, Fes, 30000, Morocco
Riad Layalina
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Headscarves

by JamalMorelli

I go into it more on my Moroccan page - this is a good town to wear a headscarf if you have ever considered it. It is not mandatory by a long shot, just quite common to see on the women on Fes.

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Taxis

by 78Eva

Taxi rides are quite cheap. Within cities there are petite taxis that I definitely recommend. they are cheap and quick and you don't get pick-pocketed like on the within-city buses.
Between cities you can take grand taxis or longer distance buses. I'd go with the buses in this case. The grand taxis are dangerous, no seat belts and the drivers drive like crazy. Also, you always have to wait until five or so other passengers are sharing the taxi with you, or you need to pay their share if you want to go without them. They pack the cars full to the maximum, like three people in front and four in the back. Just take the grand taxis to places where regular buses don't go to.

Belly Dancing

by keeweechic

The restaurants Belly dancer performs a variety of Oriental, Arabian and Bedouin dances and invites a couple of the diners up to try their hand at gyrating their hips as well.. its hilarious – and embarrassing for those captured on film trying. One of the dancers also performed with burning spits.

The Mellah

by JessieLang

The Mellah was the Jewish Quarter. The well-to-do Jews (craftsmen, etc.) lived just outside the palace walls in nice apartments with cedar balconies. Some of them even had a view of the palace gardens. The families lived upstairs and had workshops on the ground level. When the Jews were forced out of Spain in the 14th Century, they were welcomed in Morocco. Many were employed at the palace. Centuries later, their descendants moved to Israel, but they kept the apartments which are now very valuable.

(The poor Jews lived in a section of the Medina that wasn’t beautiful then or now.)

Kairaouine mosque & university

by iaint

This dates back to the 800s! It was built by a refugee from Tunisia for fellow refugees. For centuries it has been highly regarded as a centre for Islamic studies.

Again, not open to non-Muslims, but you can see in the gate!

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