Dar el-Ghalia

13-15 Rue Ross Rhi, Fes, 30000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fes

Funky Fez

A travel blog entry by rschauger


... djellaba and turbans, which I attached a picture of below, which was such a cool experience. After that though we wore scarves over our heads so we could blend in a bit more here, which seemed to work quite well. To complete our long tour we ate at a traditional Moroccan restaurant, which was absolutely delicious! Overall today was such an amazing experience. Tomorrow we are off to the blue city of Chefchaouen!


Fez Outside the Medina

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92


... the King was planning on sending me an invite, I had no shot at seeing the inside. Sooooo, we walked a couple blocks past the palace to the Mellah.

The Mellah is the former Jewish quarter of Fez, but is now home to Moroccan Muslims who moved in from the countryside when the Jews left en masse in the 1950s for Israel. The Mellah still retains a strong French influence with gorgeous wrought iron balconies built out from the second floor ...

The ancient city of Fes

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai


... wood, plaster and mosaic work, it makes you awe struck. It's central court open to the heavens a place to study and ponder life's mysteries.

Swallows flying in multitudes above the medina they chirp from dusk til dawn unaffected by the bustle below. Walking the markets I purchase a bag of goodies- 1kg of cherries $2, handful of almonds 50c, salty black olives 30c, round bread 40cm in ...

Walking tour of Fes

A travel blog entry by pegannon


... fortress which over looks most of the old city. We saw Musee Dar el-Bartha which was a palace in the 19th century but now a museum of local crafts; ceramic, Books and manuscripts, leatherwork, wood carving and textiles. The place is huge! We visited Qarawiyin Mosque/Medersa, the oldest University in the world, founded in ...

The Exploration of Fes

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel


... you have to do is put foreign currency in and voila, you can exchange them for dirhams. Very efficient and you're getting the bank rate.

It was then off to the Jewish Quarter, where we learned how to tell the difference between a Jewish building and an Arab building - the key? Jewish buildings had balconies in front of their window, while the Arabs preferred courtyards instead.

Onwards and up (this was a small theme of the day), we went up to a viewpoint to ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 13-15 Rue Ross Rhi, Fes, is near Bou Inania Medersa.
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