Book cheap bus tickets from Paris to Fes online and save time and money. Fes is the oldest of Morocco imperial cities and has served as the country’s capital no fewer than 3 times all through its history. It was founded in 789 by the first sultan of the Idrisid dynasty, although many of its popular landmarks date back to the thirteen and fourteen centuries, when the city reached the heights of its influence during the rule of Marinids.
Today, it is one of the most genuine cities in Morocco, famous around the planet as a center for traditional artisans and artists. Fes is divided into 3 sections, the real old town, Fes el-Bali, Fes el Jedid, built to accommodate the city’s expanding population in the thirteen century, and the contemporary Ville Nouvelle quarter. Here is the best guide how to visit Paris to Fes by bus:
The affordable way to get from Paris to Fes bus and train, which costs $110 - $160 and takes 37h 40m.
The distance between Fes and Paris is 1752. The road distance of bus from Paris to Fes is 12833.7 km.
It takes about Paris to Fes by bus 5h 40m, including transfers.
The excellent way to get from Paris to Fes without a personal vehicle is to bus and train via Malaga which takes 27h 15m and costs $320 - $510.
Yes, the driving distance between Fes and Paris is 12834. It takes about 7 days 9h to drive from Paris to Fes.
The excellent time to vist Fes for perfect weather, referring both average humidity and temperature, is from April to November, as the day are sunny and long. Although it feels perfect nearly all year long, the outside markets and the restaurants terraces can be best be enjoyed during summer – anyway, August and July are the warmest months, so take benefit or reject depending on personal preference.
The main bus station is placed outside of Bab el-Mahrouk, and it has services to other places in Morocco with daily departures. So book your cheap bus tickets from Paris to Fes now. Within the city, you do generally pass by foot or by cab/car.