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Royal Air Maroc
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Royal Air Maroc
Fez is calling! Start planning your holiday in Fez with cheap flights to Fez Airport (FEZ) onboard Royal Air Maroc from London Gatwick, Ryanair from Stansted, Iberia, British Airways and others. For the cheapest flights to Fez, best to stick with a low cost airline, either Ryanair or easyJet from Paris CDG.
Fez enjoys warm Mediterranean weather but it can get pretty cold and rainy in winter. The best time to visit is fall and spring, March to May and October and November. Summers are brutally hot with average temperatures in July and August well above 30°C. Book your flights to Fez at least 3 months in advance for the cheapest fares.
Direct flights to Fez take 3 hours 20 minutes from London.
Fez is Morocco's medieval capital with an ancient walled city and plenty of historic monuments and sites to discover. The city's tanneries are a cultural experience you won't want to miss. Get lost in the city's medina, the world's largest car-free urban zone!
Tanneries: One of the most popular things to do in Fez is tour a tannery, famou for their leather-making techniques that haven't changed since the Middle-Ages. Best time to visit is early morning before the sun hits the pools of dye, a smell you won't soon forget!
Medina: The medina is the centre of cultural life in Fez. The small streets are packed from floor to ceiling with shops, cafes and food stalls selling everything under the sun. The squares are particularly magical during sunset and after dark when the street performers come out to play.
Bou Inania Madersa: This 14th century college is the city's finest example of architecture a non-Muslim can see and it's a gem with its meticulously carved wooden walls, minaret and garden. Most religious sights in the city are only open for Muslims.
Find more information on Visit Morocco.
As most of the city's sights and attractions are located in the medina most visitors choose to book hotels in Fez in and around that area. The new town is quite a distance from here so if you choose a hotel there, you will be depending on taxis to go to and from your hotel. For something different, why not try a traditional riad?