Fez Tours from Casablanca
With rambling medieval alleyways, the ambient scent of spice and leather, and the constant din of vendors and donkey hooves hitting the cobbles, Fez is a multisensory place to visit. For travelers searching for a fix of atmospheric, old-world Morocco, here’s what you need to know about Fez tours from Casablanca.
Browse the Fez Medina (Fez el-Bali) and shop in souks where artisans from carpenters to coppersmiths create traditional handcrafted goods.
Tour the New Town (Fez el-Jdid) and the Fez Mellah (Jewish Quarter), a walled quarter where Fez’s Jewish community once lived.
Visit top landmarks and attractions including the Royal Palace of Fez (Dar el Makhzen), Bou Jeloud Gardens (Jardin Jnan Sbil), and more.
Inhale the pungent smells of animal skin and dye, and observe leather-workers at the Chouara tannery.
Admire exquisite Islamic architecture at the Al-Attarine Madrasa and Kairaouine Mosque.
Opt for a multi-day excursion from Casablanca and visit both Fez and Chefchaouen, a mountain town known for its photogenic blue buildings.
Things to Know
Fez is about 183 miles (295 kilometers) from Casablanca. Driving from Casablanca takes about 3 hours 20 minutes.
Day tours from Fez to Casablanca typically last between 11 and 14 hours.
Wear comfortable, cushioned shoes—you’ll spend a lot of time exploring the cobbled and car-free Fez-el-Bali on foot.
Most tours feature free time for lunch or an optional upgrade of lunch at a local restaurant.