No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Dar Iman
TripAdvisor Reviews Dar Iman Fes
Travel Blogs from Fes
... 6.000 years, the Jews for 2,000 years (most have emigrated to other countries), the Arabs have only been here for 1,000 years. There are four mountain ranges in Morocco: Rif, Mid Atlas, Atlas and High Atlas. They provide natural reservoirs and defense from invasion from the desert. The biggest reservoirs in Africa are here. Many dams provide water for agriculture. Wheat and barley are the main crops. There were many farm stands along the road selling olive oil ...
... The Roman City was rediscovered and excavated leaving mosaics, public buildings and other historical elements which made it a great place to visit. The stormy weather and lack of visitors only added to the abandoned, ancient, moody feel of the place. After that it was a taxi ride to drop off bags in Meknes so we could explore the Medina, the Palace and the Mausoleum. We also had a chance to try mint tea and camel burgers. The meat of camel is quite common ...
... entrance point, we must make at least 25 different turns and zig zags until we come to a relatively nondescript door that looks like nothing special. The door itself is 8 feet tall, and penetrates a wall that appears to be approximately 25 feet in height.
Nothing could prepare you for the incredibly beautiful scene that greets us upon entry to this beautiful private home, owned by a very wealthy family in Fez. The enormous columns create a stunning ...
... at a restaurant overlooking the city then we drove around the palace wall and looked at the gates. After that a tour of a ceramic factory, I bought some! I found today really hot, we are back at Riad Fez now, I've had a shower and sitting quietly in the air conditioning with a cup of Russian Earl Grey ...
I've got my headphones on, mainly to cut down the loud chatter between the elderly men sitting next to us. We are roughing it out in second class. The train seems to be stopping at all the small villages on the way to Marrakech and then detouring through Rabat and Casablanca on the west coast, hence the 8 hours journey. Can't help but think we missed a trick here. Maybe the bus to Marrakech would have been a better bet. Maybe it would have taken ...