Fez, Morocco is the second largest city, in Morocco. The city holds population of 1.1-million people. It was termed as old Medina quarters and is considered as larger than Fes El Bali. Until 1925, Fez was capital of Modern Morocco. But then over time, Fes- Menes was declared as an administrative region. Today, the city is also listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also believed to be the city with largest pedestrian zones. The University of Al Quaraouiyine was founded on 859, which is one of the oldest continuously functioning university around the world. Fez Morocco is also called as ‘Mecca of the West’ and by few ‘Athens of Africa’. Fez is gaining more and more popularity, as the place is turning more as a tourist destination.