The way to explore Fes Medina should begin with The Bab Boujlloud Gate. The first place to go is the vast Inania medersa, the largest. Inania medersa is notable for its cedar woodwork, sculptured stucco, and marble and onyx-adorned decoration. Suppose you continue on Talaa Kebira Street (big climb). In that case, It is a great place to be awed by the Tijani Zaouia (zaouia, sacred space of a religious community) and the makers of instruments souk. You will then arrive at the Mzara (shrine) in the tomb of the once-great monarch Moulay Idriss in the exact spot where he decided to establish the town.
French clothing designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge bought Jardin Majorelle in 1980 to preserve the vision of the first owners. French landscape painter Jacques Majorelle, and to ensure it remains accessible to the general public.
The garden was first established in 1924 and featured the psychedelic desert with 300 species of plants across five continents. The heart of the garden is Majorelle’s studio in electric blue that houses the Musee Berbere, which showcases the vast landscape of the indigenous peoples of Morocco by displaying more than 600 artifacts.