Fez City Guide To Cheap Luxury

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When it comes to where to spend your holiday with family and friends without spending so much money, Marrakech Fez City is one of such place that you will spend little and again much. In whichever class you are the is always a place for you when it comes to luxury,  Palais Amani has about 14 rooms and it is the  Old Medina’s largest hotel with all the features you will expect to see in a traditional building ranging from the glass windows, roof top bar, an Egyptian hand-embroidered linen and  slippers made of Moroccan leather. But if you want to spend less, stay outside the Old Medina in the 'New City’.

Marrakech

You should not be scared of visiting because it has a considerable price guide giving you the opportunity of spending your holiday in Dars, a traditional that will help you save some money. Remember that if you are staying in Old Medina, the taxis can only afford to drop you at the gate while you someone comes to the gate to pick you up.

Explore the Old Medina

Old Medina

The old Medina is indeed a wonder, beautiful places to explore including Arabic schools, palaces and mosques. Any path you take will bring you to the famous shopping souks where you can buy anything you so desire. The goods you can buy here at a cheaper price are blankets, hand bags, scarves and hats.

When there is this feel of adventure

 Just walk down the maze streets, and give yourself away to the amazing  sights and smells but if you are a first timer do  hiring a guide.

Experience a hammam

To have a great experience for a short stagger to snooze do not wait time in booking a place with its own hot tub, some of such do offer treatments and tonics but the traditional hammam ritual is also good to give a try. While you get ready for your hair to be steam, shampooed, massage with a lot of scrubbing on your body.

 

Where to eat on a budget

 

For you to be treated with one of the sumptuous meal you can ever think of like Fez street food honey pastries aubergine fritters to kebabs and wood-fired breads, in cafes or restaurants you have varieties from old riads to mosaic-tiled halls

Must do: Take a cooking course                           

During your stay in the hotel you will be taught how to prepare some delicacy, like in Palais Amani, you will be taught how to cook rich chicken tagine called dermera which is prepared by infusing a freshly chopped spices like saffron and coriander with juicy lemon flavored red olives. A blowtorch the skin off an aubergine for a peppery vegetable side called zaalouk.

Palais Amani

After like an hour, you will be served your own cooking with a bottle of Moroccan wine if you desire.

When is the best time of year to travel?

The best time for this trip should be during holidays like annual sacred music festival that usually comes up the beginning of June, New Year, Easter and Christmas.

Temperatures average between 10C to 15C between November to April. They rise to hit around 20C in June, and hit a high at around 26C in August.

 

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