The city of Fez: It is the scientific capital of Morocco and includes The Royal Palace gate in Fes, the oldest and largest palace Gates of the King (14th Century) made by marble and Mosaic. Stop to capture memorable photos at the Jewish Quarter (built in 1438) located near the Royal Palace, which is located in the heart of the Muslim world. The Mellah in Fes was once only inhabited by Jews. This is the first “Mallah” in Morocco, Visit Ibn Danan synagogue one of the oldest and largest synagogues in North Africa, built in the 17 century. Then, Janan Sabil Garden to enjoy the fresh air, Northern Borj & Bab Boujloud, Ceramic school: known for its handmade pottery. You will have the chance to discover amazing products and see local artisans. Break to relax and have lunch at a local traditional restaurant. Following lunch.