TAKE A MOROCCAN FOOD TOUR IN FES
Taking this Moroccan spices, sweets and pastries tour gives you the chance to sample some of the best Moroccan cuisine in Fez. The tour includes visits to several traditional Moroccan restaurants, where you can taste various yummy dishes, such as tagine, couscous, and harira.
If you are a foodie, an art lover, or simply curious, a Morocco Fes tour is a must-do experience
Besides, if you are interested in learning more about Moroccan culture and traditions, this tour may be the perfect choice. The tour provides a unique insight into the daily life of the people of Fez and it is a great way to explore the city’s history and heritage.
Find the Best Spots to Taste These Goodies
When planning your Morocco Fez desert tour, be sure to choose a guide who knows about the city’s history and culture. A good guide (similar to the ones we provide) will take you to the best spice shops and bakeries, and provide you with insight into the traditional techniques used to make Moroccan sweets and pastries. These guides can also help you navigate the busy streets of Fes el Bali, ensuring that you don’t miss any of the city’s most important landmarks.
One of the main highlights of a Moroccan food tasting tour is a visit to Fes el Bali, the oldest part of the medina of Fez. Here, you’ll find narrow, winding streets filled with vendors selling everything from textiles and ceramics to spices and pastries. You’ll also see some of the most stunning examples of Islamic architecture in the city.
When it comes to food, Fez doesn’t disappoint. The city has a wide range of restaurants serving up delicious Moroccan cuisine. One of the best places to try local specialties is at a riad, a traditional Moroccan house with a courtyard or garden. We should mention that many riads have their own restaurants and serve up homemade Moroccan dishes.
Between the must-try dishes in Morocco, there are tagine, couscous, and harira soup