hey guys I just reached Fez Morocco this
is the Medina we’re gonna go in it’s a labyrinth 80,000 people live in there
there’s over 9000 streets it’s really easy to get lost but we have a guide and
it’s also a Medina that has the strongest Spanish influence not Berber
Spanish so you’ll see it in the architecture let’s go. This is a Muslim
cemetery in Fes. Muslims when the want to bury they got
to bury the right side so that to have the face to the direction of Mecca both
of the tunes the head and the face to direction of you know makeup which is
gonna ask a blessing for the body. The dead body. Eighty thousand people’s mark of more than
two-thirds are skillful you know artisans specialize in different you
know different specialties we’re talking about the carpenters for the woodwork
talking about the blacksmith’s, talking about the grass sleep we’re
talking about weavers so all the different arts are inside the medina of Fes. There are 220 mosques We are talking about the doors of Fes made from cedar from Lebanon. now time to go in the medina of fez there’s no lights in here. Go on a diet before you
come to Morocco. In the medina. This isn’t cake, it’s
cheese. there are no prices on anything so it’s
all bargaining. this is camel meat he’s preparing olives. Soft almost like
a silk but we use it for all the embroideries of our djellabas and
kaftans. A djellaba with a pointed hood Kaftan – no hood.
Women with more embroideries, made from the agave thread.
This right here is the river and the medina on the outside the silver silver and gold. This right here’s the
king – they don’t have a queen they just a king and princess. These are wedding chairs tradition
brought over to Morocco from the Jews so much going on over here and they
memorize the Quran so they can say it without reading the word is cedarwood Gate 1 has taken over yeah Going inside one of the houses. Built from end of the 14th century it
has been restored and repaired many times the families in Fes give more importance
to the interior of their homes than to the exterior.That’s why the
outside never reals what is on the inside. Every house in Fes has 5 essential elements marble on the floor, mosaic on the wall, a fountain for drinking water plaster and cedarwood. All the houses in the medina of Fes are open to the sky That is the only window to the outside. Traditional buildings no windows to the streets. This is to give a type of privacy to the family. And when the rain falls, it goes into the courtyard made with a slope. All the carpets are handmade by by women in Morocco. Only women that made carpets, no men, just women. Because they have the patience. This is what they make, this is the most simple one. Modern Berber capet Designs like this represent the tattoos that you find on the Berber women’s faces. These are the symbols of the tribes. So these are the symbols of this size. The tradition of the house is to invite everybody for a cup of mint tea. [Music] so crowded and loud outside so we didn’t
fight a relic they’re recording us like a thousand dollars I thought they meant
local currency which is the Durham just still too much but I decided to just
walk away with some photos Fes! Morocco! Look at this cedar, all hand carved! Mike what is that noise call to prayer is 12 o’clock noon got a
pretty five times a day there’s no need for a drone when you got
rooftops check out this view this is the medina
in Fez fresh air baby missing artwork don’t get lost gang’s all here it’s a soul foam party anybody else get lamb we’re going to the
tannery now and they gave us mint because of the smell but everything is
organic all the dyes bringing the butter inside
and dying smells like pigeons because they use the
pigeon droppings in the process we’re out I see the light walking to Fez check
out this archway behind me it’s cool there’s a mosque right there we’ve seen
it here all these kids we hope that you enjoyed this tour of
Fez if you liked it hit the thumbs up button and subscribe because coming up
next Marrakech


  1. Run The Atlas says:

    Shukraan Morocco 🇲🇦! Beautiful Fès 😍!

    In the beginning of the video I mention that some of the architecture has Spanish influence – of course I am referring to ANDALUCÍAN (present day Spain) which was Islamic at the time. The purpose of the video is to showcase the beauty of Fès and I hope you enjoy the beauty of the Medina as much as I did. Thank you to the people of Morocco for welcoming us!

  2. meliani hamza says:

    a big thank for this awsome representation of fes (y) !!

  3. redouane redouane says:

    اللهم بارك ممكن زيارة قناتي طلب وليس أمر

  4. Mesenawi Houriya says:

    Ilove you my perfect city fès

  5. Yassine Bergou says:

    That nice video and welcome to BOUIBLANE near Fez 😉
    See you

  6. Mounir Mahdaoui says:


  7. Zaid Mrabet says:

    Cool video! Hope you enjoyed your time here in morocco! Chack my Cinamtic playlist in my Youtube Channel, you'll find in it some videos that i made in TANGIER!

  8. Mike Lind says:

    omg you're hot! love morocco, we lived near Fez when I was a kid

  9. ProLife Informations says:

    Really i like your Video I'm going to Fes next Month and i'll make a video about it also
    try to watch my videos about Morocco

  10. Mox Demolido says:

    Thanks for the video . What kind of camera u using in ur vlog

  11. Amer Bishara says:

    It is not Spanish influence : you maybe mean Andalucian Islamic influence

  12. pappy noble says:

    Spanish influence ! by the time when this type of architecture been build there was nothing in the world called spain , this is arabic Architecture came from syria ( cham ) was called in that time to al andalus ( Andalousia ) a arabic / amazigh country which was following the khlifa ( the ruler of the islamiq world ) with time the art of this andalousia has evolved and when andalousia became a part of the almoravids ( morocco now ) citys started to have the same architecture not "influence" , if you go to syria you will see that the syrian architecture evolved to what you saw in fes or all the old buildings in morocco , and read what happend after the muslims lost andalousia and then spain came to life the rulers in there started to destroy the islamic architecture which is the one u saw in fes and thanks to god they didn't destroy everything , one of what's left is the Al Hamra Palace the one that spain now use to bring tourists , yeah that's a legacy of that land but it was never ever gonna be a spanich architecture , it's an arab / amazigh muslim people who bring that architecture to that land .

  13. HAMID Chergui says:

    My city is fez

  14. Fly with Jaouad says:

    Great video

  15. Gazol Garros says:


  16. Re Amine says:

    Welcome to ain taoujtate Morocco

  17. Omar YNWA says:

    FYI Fes is older than Paris, London and Berlin and ofcourse NY 😉

  18. Lisbeth Gamboa says:

    Can you please share the information for the guide you use for this video? Thanks

  19. moussab XD says:

    Welcom to FES

  20. issam safi says:

    its not a noise it's a sound 🤗 so we can remember our prayers

  21. hp says:

    Morocco and you are very pretty! Thanks for sharing your trip.

  22. Achraf Jahid says:

    I really liked this video, but there is a small mistake that u have made which is that they don't add pigeon droppings on cow skins, they add other liquids that give that smell, otherwise i hope that u enjoyed ur trip in my country, especially my city Fez!
    p.s: i am in ur country for the moment!

  23. World Upon says:

    Welcome morocco

  24. Goummix Production says:


  25. simo essafi says:

    Welcom to morocco

  26. hajd93 says:

    Awesome vlog. Looking for some more from trip's. Greetings! 🙂

  27. MA M says:

    Beautifully done vlog.

  28. Nabil Darell says:

    Just luv it

  29. Koneko Chan says:

    You said that there isn't any queen in morocco, it's false, we have one.

  30. Taoufik vlog says:


  31. Najim Cuir says:

    i like

  32. brahim119 says:

    Ladies and gentlemen, no need to argue about Spanish influence, the guide knows what he's talking about and definitely must have read from the indisputable historiographer and father of sociology Ibn Khaldoun, in his Al Muqaddimah (Prolegomenon) he refers and calls them the Spanish when he talks about the Muslims of Spain. So here they correctly mentioned influence from Spain meaning from Al Andalus which is the name of Muslim Iberia.
    You can say exactly the same thing for the Andalusian classical music, which originated from Al-Andalus between the 9th and 15th centuries. Books and analysis can be of a great help, a cool head too :>)
    Note: Please keep in mind that guides like the gentleman on this video, are highly cultivated and educated and they will not deviate from historical facts, that's why countries like Morocco the Ministry of Tourism have a budget to educate and train them.
    Thank you for reading.

  33. Anime Songs says:

    the king's wife is a queen, his daughter, sisters, aunts, nieces and cousins are princesses

  34. ahmed abdel aziz says:

    how much for that tour? and how to book it?

  35. Tolkien Mayes says:

    This algeria and tusinia are my favorites

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  37. joyeux soul says:

    i agree that 1000 dollars for a rug can be quite expensive but its funny how you think a hand made rug of 100 dollars is still not a good price-

  38. lina el says:

    How much betwen hôtel and transport pls answer me

  39. mona alami says:

    11:32 hahaha my gosh so funny moments i love it so cool every time i watch it make me laught 😀 since 2017

  40. Francisco Ramirez says:

    What's your favorite city in Morocco?

  41. khribech mohammed says:

    Show me now a Spanish can do Moroccan architecture or traditional hand made….. you got the wrong history….. when Moroccans went to Europe at that time Europe was underdeveloped and primitive

  42. Abdelmalek El-ka says:

    Welcome to morocco

  43. Saja Zbsbs says:

    My cityyy welcome

  44. Saja Zbsbs says:

    I like you you are beautiful

  45. Med Aziz says:

    I love my city 💟

  46. Newhome Family1234 says:

    You should have have covered those ancient synagogues in Morocco ! Also those houses of international thinkers until the End of wattasy dynasty ,…

  47. D. Gilchrist says:

    Enjoyed, I would love to have the name of the tour company.

  48. AbdelMgouna says:

    Spanish ? Thats bs ! Its the other way around. You can see alot of Moroccan architecture in Southern Spain.

  49. DK Explore World says:

    Nice Fes 🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦🇲🇦‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️

  50. SIMED TONNY says:

    Hi pleas i want to ask u

  51. Meryam A says:

    Welcome to Fés.

  52. Abdali Flore Amrani says:

    (فاس) no فايس

  53. AA Ayman says:

    Heey i invited you to come to Sefrou a old city like Fes, and it the city where i live and it old then fes ! If you accepted there you can contact me in my email : [email protected], and it a pleasure for me if you accepted im gonna to be so happy 😊❤

  54. Saja Zbsbs says:

    Is my city


    لا اله الا الله محمدرسول الله
    رسول الله محمد عبدالله عبدالمطلب صلى الله عليه وسلم
    السلام عليكم ورحمة الله
    ثم تكون الخلافة على منهاج النبوة
    سبحناالله وبحمده العظيم..مشاءالله

  56. Chergui en Italy says:

    I love Fes

  57. Asalam mualaikum wbt GENERASI HARAPAN says:

    awasome video good job

  58. Yassin Candealer says:

    Top ! Ma ville 🙂 Je vous invite à venir sur ma chaîne, je viens de faire un vlog sur Fès et la médina !!!!

  59. Fi-Geek says:

    i am moroccan and I knew there would be triggered moroccan nationalists in the comments for the word 'Spanish influence' 😀 Nice Vlog and welcome to Morocco ^^

  60. Aemagazine says:

    Superbe vidéo !

  61. مواهب مغربية عالمية says:

    bituefille like 😚👍

  62. Martha Chavez says:

    When I visited Fes, last year I was not able to see or tour the old university..thanks for showing and sharing! I enjoyed it 😊

  63. نجم الشمال says:


  64. Redesreds says:

    The reason why I clicked on the video? The cover photo. You're stunningly gorgeous.

    Keep up your great work. And great choice of background music by the way.

  65. fire free says:

    maroc Casablanca

  66. Moha mmed says:

    Nice Vlog, Positive energy, and beautiful city which is Fez the spiritual capital of the Moroccan Kingdom.
    Hope you got a nice time here and hope alsaw it's not your last time here in Fez you're welcome anytime

  67. Alexandra Sandra says:

    I am flying there tomorrow… I do not like so far, I dont even know why I booked the tickets

  68. Rhiannon Star says:

    Nice! Love your video's style! It's really unique! Will check out more! So gotta go to Morocco 😍

  69. Sweet Sour Travel says:

    Nice I’ll be there next month, thanks for your video, very useful

  70. Tiffany France says:

    Morocco looks a lot more underwhelming than I expected…

  71. Polat Alemdar says:


  72. Nic ZN says:

    In which hotel did you stay in fes? And was it good? I’m planning a trip to Fes so I’m very curious 😁

  73. Mikasa Ackerman says:

    Does anyone know the name of this guide? I like how he explains!

  74. kamal Tissy says:

    I live in Fès Maroc

  75. jouzeef youss says:

    Welcome again

  76. Younes Al Sanhaji says:

    Very sad to see and hear things about Fez that are not correct. Nowadays, even the "locals" don't about the history of Fez. Because the authentic locals sold their houses and left long ago. Then, the families from the country side who took over sold those houses to the French and most Europeans. And the soul of Fez has gone away for good. And we have now visitors and pseudo-guides acting like historians and telling, to who ever want to hear, fairy tales about one of the oldest city in the world that made the History of Morocco. Most of the architecture is from Syria and Iraq influence, Sham as someone said. Not Spanish. Fez Al Jadid and Bab Ftouh are also part of the Medina and there are a lot more than 80,000 people living there. Fez Medina isn't the city it used to be since it lost its soul.

  77. Sue Harvey says:

    The oldest university is in Kairouanne in Tunisia, 9th century.

  78. Zinbe zinbe says:

    Wellcom to morocco😍😘 merhba BiQe❤👑

  79. hicham lemsaq says:

    I'm from fes

  80. #مربوحة #Marbouha FM says:

    welcome dear

  81. chopinop says:

    Another beautifu lvideo on my own country. Thank you for doing it. Really love it.
    Hope that the experience to go back hundreds of years before was good.
    Enjoy Morocco.
    Moroccan guy in Paris

  82. Lance Austin says:

    I LOVE your work! Very interesting and very entertaining too into the bargain….you remind me of my sister when she was younger ;-P ! I wanna go there now…..(!)

  83. Mircea Costiniuc says:

    Very nice video !

  84. Van Goldstein says:

    That was the Berber Moorish architecture not Spanish!!

  85. Zayd Kira says:


  86. boutaleb sid ahmed says:

    Welcome to Morocco and Islam
    My message is that Morocco is an Islamic country and that some criminals are not Muslims who are planning to distort and destroy beautiful religion and Islamic countries such as Syria, Iraq and Yemen … "by saying that they are terrorism." I went In the tourist I discovered
    I found modesty, honesty, generosity, kindness and compassion; compassion, mercy and tolerance
    Note that most Muslims do not like alcohol "drug" and drugs and violence and immorality
    I advise you not to believe lies about the religion of Islam and Muslims
    I invite you to go to many countries of Islam and you will be impressed when you see its distinctive culture, good people and welcome all the time

  87. Todlich Tiger says:

    Amazing 😍 the best video u made ever❤️❤️❤️ greating from germany 🇩🇪

  88. Todlich Tiger says:

    I rally liike this cityy😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️❤️

  89. Marat Elkanidze says:

    It looks like you had a very good guide. What agency is he from?

  90. F B says:

    Fes mon amour(rachid)

  91. Mircea Costiniuc says:

    Very nice video !

  92. Salouhi Mohammed says:

    Spanish architecture??? maybe you wanted to say islamic architecture

  93. said bougboug says:

    Niece niece

  94. said bougboug says:

    I love you

  95. Amjad Igr says:

    Moors " morrocan's " built most of andalus famous places , saying that fez is influenced by spanish architecture is a nonsense statement , Fez is one of the old cities in the WORLD even before the conquering of andalus !
    FEZ built by moors , moors are berbers !
    Get your FACTS right

  96. Jalal Khalfaoui says:

    Thank you so mush

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  98. safouan abu marouan says:

    انقلبت الآية كان المعمار في إسبانيا إسلامي و الان صار المعمار في المغرب إسباني لأنه منطق القوي يبلع الضعيف

  99. Karim Fekak says:

    Just a quick remark. Its south spain that was influced by moroccan architecture not the opposite.

  100. Nizar Amrani says:

    Wow thanks for vidéo I'm from Fes
    The city of Fez is Beautiful
    Wolcome to morocco in the city of Fez

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