Morocco’s second largest city Fez is located in the Fès-Meknes region. Fez is one of the world’s best-preserved cities with unchanged streets and neighborhoods dating back to the Middle Ages.
One of the city’s most important characteristics is that it is highly dependent on tradition and that it hasn’t undergone major changes despite the passing years, unlike Marrakech and Casablanca. The historic old medina quarter is one of the city’s oldest settlements and consists of 10 thousand narrow alleys. You can find many restaurants in this area that serve traditional dishes, usually made up of chicken or meat couscous. After dinner make sure to try the refreshing mint tea. One thing to be careful about in this area is the menu they offer tourists, which is sometimes different and more expensive. You might also come across venue owners who will ask for a fee if you take pictures. Nevertheless, the city is generally cheap; you can explore the historic streets of Fez for a significantly lower cost than any other European city.
Summers are hot so the best time to visit the city is in the spring and autumn. Flights from New York to Fez have at least one layover and take at least 22 hours. Nonstop flights from London to Fez take at least 3 hours.
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Fes flights are organized to Saiss - Fes Saiss Airport.
London-Fes 2 hour 20 minutes.
Air Arabia Maroc organizes direct flights to Fes from Paris.