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Chefchaouen is known as a blue city, It’s called so because its walls are a medley of blue and white color, The town which has always been a favorite destination for visitors was established in 1741. Back in 1920, the Spanish considered Chefchaouen as a neighborhood of Spanish Morocco, Its people usually wear all kinds of local hand-made woolen habits, Also the good sort of woven blankets marks the handicraft industry, For your pleasure, we’ll have an entire day hiking over the town and an in-depth trip through the Rif Mountains also. we’ll start our outing by visiting the Kasbah museum within the heart of the medina, The kasbah may be a reinstated walled castle that now contains a tremendous garden, a little Ethnographic Museum with some appealing sights of old Chefchaouen, including the plaza and therefore the kasbah.
Enjoy specialties and meet local artisans. Enter the historic medina and walk the maze of souks streets, discover the oldest university in the world and more during this guided tour of the city of Fez, you will walk in the alleys of the medina of Fez, authentic and traditional that lives to the rhythm of history, and discover its Koranic schools, its medersas (Attarine, Bounania, etc.). ), its fountains, its Andalusian style palaces, its mausoleum (Moulay Idriss II, Sidi Ahmed Tijani, etc.), the Al Karaouiyine University, the oldest in the world. Visit the many theme souks and numerous craft workshops, the famous tanners ‘quarter, the weavers’ quarter, the cabinet makers, etc. observing the age-old craftsmanship. The day includes lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant in the heart of the Medina of Fez.