Excursion to Chefchaouen from Fes
Pick up at the point where you are and we will head to the most emblematic places of this city so chosen by tourists. We will start the visit in the Er Rif Andaluz neighborhood, where we will find a very nice view of the squares of Majzén. From here we can access the Uta el-Hammam which, the most important square of the city, is surrounded by cafes and restaurants and highlights the Kebir Mosque and the Kasbah, built in the fifteenth century, by Moulay Ismail and hiding inside Andalusian gardens that convey an atmosphere of deep serenity, as well as an Ethnic Museum (closed on Tuesdays) where you can admire the Rif Ceramics, Regional Costumes, Musical Instruments, and Wooden Trunks.
Bordering the mosque and going down we will arrive at the Mellah, the Jewish quarter and then to the neighborhood of Es Sueca, the most primitive of Chaouen where we will find numerous stores of textiles and handicrafts.
Crossing this neighborhood we will reach another very commercial, the shoemaker, Jaracin. Here we will find the Sidi Buhansa mosque. We are going back up to the square Uta el Hamman access to the neighborhood Es Sok, an area of settlement of the Moors in the seventeenth century. In this neighborhood highlights Huata Square with an impressive fountain and the Suk Mosque.
Crossing the neighborhood of the Rif Andaluz, by the Uta Hamman Square, we will pass through the fondak Chfichu to Kenitra Square which is characterized by a very peculiar design in its pavement.
Towards the mountain, fond we will visit the neighborhood of En Onsar, Zaituna Square and the centenary olive tree that houses it. We return to fes and end of the excursion.
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