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We had only one full day in Fez and wanted to save time from navigating in the medina. So we took a taxi from the blue gate and told the driver ‘big tannery’. He charged us 20 dirhams and dropped us right in front of...More
We entered a building in a side street which granted us a view of one of the three tanneries, the Chouara tannery. These tanneries have the made the city known throughout the world, and this one, in particular, is the largest in the city and...More
This is a great tannery to visit while in Fes.
It has great rooftop views and you can stand there and watch the workers dye the leather and process it for as long as you want! I took tons of pictures without anyone disturbing me....More
The visit and tour were great - we learned about the different leathers and how they are colored. The process was interesting; the smell was awful but they gave us bundles of mint to help mask the smells. I looked at the leather jackets -...More
Owned by a single family and running for over 1000 years. this tannery is now a World Heritage site. Visitors are given mint leaves to reduce the strong stench of the tannery. All the work is done manually even today. Organic dyes we were informed....More
We wanted to see one of the main attractions in fez so we went there and they invited us to enter the building just for a “small” tip. We saw all the leather jackets and on the roof top the amazing views.
But once we...More
Our group was led to this very reputable tannery, so we did not have to worry about finding our way. Upon entering, we were (thankfully!) given mint vegetation, so that the strong leather and chemical scents would not bother us. We were then brought to...More
Visiting the world famous tanneries in the medina of Fez is an unique experience. They are the largest tanneries in Morocco. It's really interesting.
You can enjoy the best views over the tanneries on one of the terraces of the leather shops (the best is...More
Bought what was supposed to be a high quality leather jacket for 2800 dh. Clearly poorly made - in just 8 days lining in both sleeves has ripped, as well as seam at the back of one shoulder. Very disappointed and certainly would not recommend...More