Fes Off The Beaten Path

  • Off The Beaten Path
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  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Robin020
  • Off The Beaten Path
    by Robin020

Best Rated Off The Beaten Path in Fes

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    Wander the medina in the late night

    by JamalMorelli Written Jan 16, 2007

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    It's dark, scary and a bit dangerous.

    So, cross yourself and plunge into the cave-like medina of Fes.

    Anything could happen and that's what will make it fun to do at 1 in the morning.

    * This is only for the fit, the bold and the reckless. Don't do it if your big idea of life is just living it.

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    Merenid Tombs

    by keeweechic Written Mar 7, 2009

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    High on the hills overlooking the city are the Merenid Tombs. They were originally built within the walls of the old Merenid Kasbah. There are little remains of the structure and you can only reach the ruins by taking a goat path from the road. If you do make the climb, the views from the top over Fez are supposed to be well worth the effort.

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    • Historical Travel
    • Architecture

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    MANY THINGS TO DO HAVE MOVED!

    by JamalMorelli Written Dec 19, 2006

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    Off The Beaten Path Tips? Find them here

    Morocco

    Morocco

    Morocco

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    Beni Mellal

    by keeweechic Written Mar 12, 2009

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    Beni Mellal sits at the foot of Mount Tassemit and is the capital city of the Tadla-Azilal region. You will pass through this area on the way to Fez from Marrakech. There is a restaurant and café on the highway which also has a mineral shop attached to it.

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    • Architecture
    • Historical Travel

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    A day trip to Meknes

    by Robin020 Written Mar 3, 2012
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    A day trip to meknes a half hour far from Fes.
    is worth a visit.you can take the train from fes train station.the ticket is can be purchased from the station.
    The trains are clean comfy and arrive and depart on time.

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    Fountains

    by barryg23 Updated Feb 4, 2006

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    Traditional Fes Fountain

    Dotted around the medina are some lovely traditional Moorish fountains. Unfortunately many of these are no longer looked after and are used as rubbish bins.

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