The jewelleries in this area have a unique know-how so I went here to repair some of my jewels and it was done perfectly.
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The mellah quarter (not talking about the graveyards here) is a nice place for a little walk, when you happen to be in the neighbourhood.
The Jewish Quarter of Fes borders the royal palace of the king and was once home of a very large Jewish population. Today, the Jewish population is much smaller, and the quarter has gone into decline. There is some good shopping to be done here,...More
We did like the handmade jewellery and the cute litlle boutiques but there are much better things to visit in Fez like the historical buildings in the medina.
We wanted to visit the Mellah but were unsure of which way to go when we were approached by a helpful young man who took us on a circuitous rout finally to the synagogue and a view from there of the cemetery. It is a...More
The houses in Rue Des Merrindes were nice with balconies. Had difficulties finding IBN Danan Synagogue and the cemetery and had to rely on Local to find them. Paid 200 dirham each to visit the Synagogue and view the cemetery from the roof . Worth...More
Mellah in Hebrew is king. The Jewish cemetery was very fascinating from the history of the rich and dynamic Jewish community that was Fes but not only Morocco. The quarter is just a skeleton of what existed pre 1948.
We wandered through this area on a Friday. It was buzzing and great fun, with most of the shops shut, but loads of little stalls and locals everywhere shopping. If like us you like people and places, then wander through and enjoy the vibe. We...More
It was really tough to communicate as Noone understands English well enough and took us a good hour before we finally reached where we wanted to after stutters and false starts and almost giving up..turns out ..mellah is within one of the cryptic lanes within...More