Fez is a city in northern inland Morocco and the capital of the Fès-Meknès administrative region. It is the second largest city of Morocco after Casablanca, with a population of 1.1 million (2014). Located to the northeast of Atlas Mountains, Fez is situated at the crossroad of the important cities of all regions; 206 km (128 mi) from Tangier to the northwest, 246 km (153 mi) from Casablanca, 169 km (105 mi) from Rabat to the west, and 387 km (240 mi) from Marrakesh to the southwest which leads to the Trans-Saharan trade route. It is surrounded by the high grounds, and the old city is penetrated by the River of Fez flowing from the west to east.
- Diagnosis of acute rheumatic fever and the value of Antistreptolysin O found in the blood of infants at the pediatric orthopedic surgery department of Hassan II universal hospital of Fez.
- Prospective survey of acute osteoarticular infections in a Moroccan pediatric orthopedic surgery unit.
Incomings can also go arrive in the Casablanca International airport and take a 4 hour train ride to Fes.
The city also offers various bus, train, taxi services.
Fez is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination and many non-Moroccans are now restoring traditional houses (riads and dars) as second homes in the Fez medina. The most important monuments in the city are: