Situated within the medina, the entry in the Bab Bou-Jeloud district is by its huge door from 1913, decorated with blue and green earthenware, the colors of the city. Inside this area, visitors can visit the museum Batah Bar, gathering the Arts and Traditions of the city. The latter took place in the palace of the same name, built in the 19th century. The Koranic school Bou Inania has a mouthful of various architectural ornamentation. Built in the mid 14th century, the madrasah is in the city’s revitalization process egagé by Dynasty mérinides. Tourists can also stroll along the avenue Talaa Kebira, one of the longest in the city, dotted with shopping boutiques.