While the headlining acts typically go on at 9pm at Bab Al Makina, the museum offers a more intimate environment under a 400-year-old oak tree and is the best spot to get a close-up view of the musical talent.
Get lost and you might find yourself or someone else
Given all the winding alleys and complex paths of Fes’ ancient medina, it’s both easy and a blessing to get lost (though keep a map and business card from your hotel in your back pocket).
Sip Moroccan mint tea in a cafe
This is one of the quintessential Moroccan experiences, with your server pouring tea from an antique pot into a beautiful glass 5 feet below.
Stay up for Sufi Nights
This concert is the most fun and starts at 11pm at Dar Tazi.
Casablanca’s Mohammed V International Airport
Flying into Fes isn’t easy unless you’re in the region, so fly into (CMN) and then catch a train or flight to Fes. Once in Fes, the festival activities are all over the city.