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Fes Medina map

To give you a first overview, here is a map of the medina of Fes to help you locate our place and its easy access. Riad Layalina Fes is ideally located a few meters away from the main street of the medina, with direct access by car and a car park at its foot. You’ll be very close to all the sights and attractions. You will also be able to have an overview of the main sights-to-see.

We’ll be delighted to provide you with a detailed and large paper map to make your visit easy during your stay and show you how to find your way around the medina, as well as the places and sights not to be missed.

Hotel Riad Layalina Fes, Pool & Parking, Car Parking Ain Azliten, 10 Derb El Miter, Fes 30000, Morocco

The Medina of Fes is one of the oldest and best-preserved medieval cities in the world. Founded in the 9th century, it's known for its narrow streets, traditional markets, and historical buildings, offering an authentic glimpse into medieval urban life in Morocco. Made up of 9454 narrow streets and over 300 mosques, it is the largest medina in the world.

Yes, the Dar Batha Museum showcases a rich collection of Moroccan art, including pottery and wood crafts. The Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts & Crafts is also notable for its exhibitions on traditional craftsmanship.

Fes is famous for its authentic Moroccan cuisine. Specialties include tagine, couscous, and pastilla, a unique dish made with thin pastry, meat, and almonds. Local markets also offer a wide selection of spices and olives.

Spring (April-May) and autumn (September-October) are ideal for visiting Fes, as the weather is pleasant. Summers can be very hot. These periods also coincide with cultural festivals like the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music.