This is a one day excursion trip to Fes,Leaving our hotel at 09:00 for a tour of the spiretual capital of morocco start our visit by the Mellah, the Medina and Souqs, the famous Tanneries, the exquisite Mosques and Medersas, the famous Fes Pottery Kilns, a tour around the ramparts with its many Babs and a visit to the renowned Museum of Moroccan Art. We start with our drive via the the Borj Sud for a panoramic view of the Medina. to continue on to Mechouer to the impressive Dar el Makhzen to stop for some 15 minutes at the Royal Palace with its magnificent seven bronze gates, Off now down to start our Walking Tour of the labyrinth of the ancient Fes Medina ( a UNESCO World Heritage Site); of the colourful es-Sebbaghine with its Street of the Dyers; of the brass and copperware workers at es-Seffarine ; on through the winding alleyways to the impressive el-Quarawiyyin Mosque and University ,a stroll into the past to the wonderful Mosque and adjacent aromatic Souq of el-Atterine of spices and vegetables; the beautiful el- Atterine Medersa; the Kissaria and Draz Quarters and the renowned Tanneries on the bank of the Oued Fes. On now to the delightful el-Nejjarine Square with its Plaza, fountain, caravanserai and artists in woodwork. Nearby we’ll stop for a very welcome light lunch (drinks not included) at the delightful Restaurant Palais Mnebhi. On now to the Dar Batha and a visit of the Museum of Moroccan Art before rejoining our vehicle at the Bab Boujloud. That’s the walking done for the day, for now we drive to the 16th century Potters’ Quarter (Fakhkharin), not far from the present-day Bab Ftouh in an area called Guerouaoua, to watch the artists working at their kilns and, perchance, to buy some of their unique clayware. Back into our vehicle and on now for a tour around the magnificent ramparts with its beautiful Babs and up to the sixteenth century Saadien watchtower at the North Borj for yet another, but so different, panoramic view of this city of 1001 Nights. So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to our hotel at the end of an exceptional day.