Getting Around Fez
Fez has a basic public transport system, with trains, buses and
taxis. It is easy to get lost in the maze of narrow streets that
make up Fez''s Medina, the world''s largest car-free urban zone. The
medina does have colour-coded tourist routes, so it is best to use
the accompanying tourist map and ask for directions if lost. In
are small and red and operate between the Medina
walls and within the city limits. They tend to be metered and are
not too expensive, only carrying three passengers.
are bigger and travel fixed routes from the
cities to the outlying areas. Both types of taxis are usually
shared and drivers often wait until the taxi is full before
departing. The train station is situated in the Ville Nouvelle (new
city) and operates a route to Tangier and other destinations.