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.
The square Jemaa el-Fnaa is the central square of Marrakech and is bustling with activity. Street vendors sell dried figs and fresh juice, people play street games and monkeys roam around. Be sure to tip the entertainers. This is a popular area for tourists and locals alike. The ‘Jemaa el Fnaa’ is a lively place to spend an afternoon.
La Bahia Palace
The Bahia Palace is a mid to late-nineteenth-century palace in Marrakesh, Morocco. It was begun in 1859 by Si Musa, grand vizier to the Alaouite sultan Muhammad ibn Abd al-Rahman and later Sultan Moulay Abdelaziz.