Your first stop at the tour is the Fez’s ancient medina, a UNESCO-listed site. Follow your private guide on foot down narrow lanes and past covered bazaars, and discover the University of Al-Karaouine, the oldest place for academic and religious studies. Then, you will have the chance to wander through the vibrant Souk El-Attarine, where you can interact with craftspeople and food vendors before you see the Al-Attarine Madrasa and the shrine of Zaouia Moulay Idriss II. Then you will, continue your walking tour to Nejjarine Square, with its beautiful wall fountain, and enjoy lunch at your leisure at one of the cafes nearby at your own expense.
After you're full, you can visit the Dar Batha Museum, home to an impressive collection of Moroccan arts and crafts including brassware, ceramics, and musical instruments. Then you will be driven to Bab Boujloud, one of the mighty gateways into the Old Town, where you can browse the stall for souvenirs at your leisure. After that, you will head to the 16th-century Saadian watchtower of Borj Nord, where you can see the overview of the Old Town of Fez. Finally, visit the Jnan Sbil Gardens (formerly the Bou Jeloud Gardens), on the north-western edge of the Medina with palms, eucalyptus, weeping willows, citrus trees, and bamboo.