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Lot of pressure to buy leather. Very poor quality. (I bought 2 bags) and both had broken clasps within a week.
If you buy anyway, don't pay More than half. Just walk away and they will accept your offer, trust me.
If you've ever wondered what really goes into the making of that favorite leather jacket, purse, or upholstery, Chouara Tannery will prove quite a revelation. Allegedly the oldest tannery of its kind in the word still in operation, Chouara provides a bird's-eye view of the...More
The tannery in action is amazing to see. The smell isn't that bad - people way overrate that - and the nearby merchants are good. I strongly recommend getting a guide for the leather sales place if you want legit leather at good prices -...More
Very important stop to see when are exploring fes... We visit this place with guide who handled us to other guide inside the tannaary... Nice to see and learn about leather manufacturing.. I bought very nice jacket. . Of course after good long discussion to...More
Skip all the touts and go straight to this shop with “No 10” above the door. Very friendly people and admission is free. They have the best views with two balconies.
Take the mint leaves offered to you and carry them in your hand afterwards...More
Built in the 11th century, the Chouara Tannery is the largest and oldest tannery in the city.
During the visit, one might experience a strong smell, as they use the dove’s feces to remove the hair of the cows and lambs. For camels and goats...More
We accidentally ended up there. The N10 shop, which has connections to the best view led us in to look at bags. We did, but also took pictures. All the shops around N10 get you access to the Instagram spot. Take a few shops and...More
Fascinating and unique place. It must be accessed from one of the surrounding leather's shops. The place stinks due to the skins and feces of the animals. In my opinion a must see in Fes, especially from westerners's eyes.