There are an endless amount of clichés thrown around about the descriptions of the souks of the medina. Taste, touch, sight and smell – we’ve already heard about how your senses come alive and that you can smell the most wonderful herbs, seductive foods and even remarkable potions. The souks are a wonderful heaven
Morocco is a Muslim country and showing respect as a visitor to the locals in the way that you dress is always a good idea. The following gives you some insight into dress codes and some tips on what’s considered appropriate clothing for both men and women. Dress code in Morocco depends on the
Drums are probably the world’s oldest musical instrument. They are usually played by striking with the hand, or with one or two sticks. In many traditional cultures, drums have a symbolic function and are used in religious ceremonies. They are often used in music therapy because of their tactile nature and easy use. Some of
Morocco has different traditional dances and musical styles rooted in Arab, Berber and African culture. The Moroccan arts reflect the many cultural backgrounds and ethnicity that have found their home in Morocco. That’s why the Moroccan dance varies from one place to another. As a visitor, you can experience these Moroccan dances by attending
FEZ is the most medieval city of the Arab world. It has the best preserved old city, and it is famous for its ancient walls. Through Fez, you can see the soul of the culture alive in the traditional music, old places, people, and everything around you. Even other cities become more modern through the ages, but
PLAN-IT FEZ GROWS INTO PLAN-IT MOROCCO Plan-it Fez changes its name to Plan-it Morocco and launches a new website Fez, Morocco -- 27 July 2016 -- Plan-it Fez, a female-owned boutique travel destination management company (DMC) based in Morocco, announces an official name change to Plan-it Morocco and a newly developed website.
If you find yourself visiting Fezduring Ramadan you will notice a different atmosphere. During this holy month the city comes to life after dark, and remains calm and quiet during day hours. To help you experience the Moroccan culture during Ramadan we offer specialist workshops and classes. Some of our regular tours remain as