Morocco Imperial Cities Tour From Casablanca
Day 1: Casablanca Mohamed V Airport
Morocco Imperial Cities Tour Starts as soon as you arrive at Mohamed V airport in Casablanca, Welcome by our assistants according to your flight, transfer to your hotel, dinner and accommodation.
Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Meknes – Fez
After breakfast departure towards Rabat on arrival Rabat City Tour to discover the most important monument of the administrative capital of the kingdom: the Mechouar, the Royal Palace from the outside, the Mohamed V Mausoleum, the Tower Hassan. Continuation to the Ismaili capital Meknes, on your arrival Free lunch. Then start of Meknes City Tour, during this visit, you will discover: Bab Mansour. We will first pass through the Arc de Triomphe. Standing sixteen meters high with an eight-meter long arch, the intricately patterned triumphal arch is considered the most beautiful in Morocco. Place El-Hedime (Place des Ruines) which connects the medina and the Casbah. The square is lined with modern residential buildings and a covered souk (market). Then the Souani basin, the royal stables and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismaïl, founder of the city. end of the Visit. Direction Fez. Upon arrival, check into the rooms. In the evening Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: Fez Guided City Tour
After breakfast and Departure for the visit of the spiritual city of the Fez kingdom. The first part of the Fez tour will take place outside the medina, includes the gate of the royal palace of Fez, the oldest and largest of the palace gates (14th century). par marbre cuivre et Mosaic. The gardens of Janan Sabil to enjoy the great outdoors, Borj Nord and Bab Boujloud.
Free lunch in the medina of Fez. After lunch, we continue the tour of Madersa Bou Inania: Founded by Abu Inan Fais (in 1351–56 AD), who also founded the Madrasa Bou Inania in Meknes. It is widely recognized as a significant example of Marinid architecture, its role as an institution for the educational establishment of academics. It has a stunning silo construction, decoration and water clock technique exploited in unknown ways. After direction to the tannery: the oldest and the largest fascinating tannery in Africa. Afin de voir la vaste gamme de cuir et d’ouvriers qui utilisent uniquement du couleurs pour produire du cuir de haute qualité, Nejjarine, le musée de l’artisanat en bois. housed in an 18th century funduq, this is one of the main places where merchants restore their wares, everything is beautifully presented and varied from musical instruments, Berber locks, rosary beads to the huge courtyard in the middle of the museum . enjoy your time and your senses will be captured by its amazing appearance. We will also visit the Kairouine Mosque, one of the main spiritual and educational centers of the Muslim world, it is considered the oldest permanently functioning higher education institution in the world (founded in 859), the known Attarine for its Arabic calligraphy in the entrance, and the beautiful fountain in the courtyard. In addition, the place is entirely adorned with marble and Moroccan zelliges. And the last stop will be the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, A zaouia (sanctuary), the tomb of Moulay Idriss II, who reigned over Morocco from 807 to 828 and founded the city of Fez for the second time in 810. End of the visit back to the hotel. In the evening Dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Fez – Moyen Atlas-Marrakech
After breakfast Departure from Fez towards Marrakech. a stop in Beni Mellah, a town surrounded by orange and olive trees. The nearby Bin-el-Ouidane dam keeps groves and other cultivated crops like beetroot and sugar cane well watered. Enjoy a traditional Berber lunch in Beni Mellal (Not Included). Located at the foot of the Middle Atlas Mountains, Beni Mellal sits on the edge of the great plain of Tadla where cereals are grown. The city has an interesting history of being also called Day and Kasba Belkouche and was inhabited by Berbers. Continuing on, we can stop at Kasba Tadla, the focal point of a garrison town built by Moulay Ismaïl in the 17th century. Continuation to Marrakech, on arrival, distribution of rooms. In the evening, dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 5: Marrakech Guided City Tour
After breakfast, Our Imperial Cities Tour in Morocco continues by meeting with your guide then departure for a Marrakech City Tour To discovering the historic monuments of the red city. The half-day will be devoted to visiting Marrakech, the second oldest imperial city, known as the Pearl of the South. The city was founded by the Almoravids at the end of the 11th century. The historical tour includes the Menara Gardens, the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace and the Koutoubia. Then visit the souks and craft districts presenting a variety of items and finally the famous Djemâa El Fna square with its non-stop entertainment. Around 1:00 pm return to the hotel. 1/2 day free. In the evening Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 6: Marrakech
After breakfast. Lunch and free day for leisure or for shopping. In the evening Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 7: Marrakech – Casablanca
After breakfast departure to Casablanca, On Arrival a Casablanca City Tour to the economic capital of the kingdom: the Hassan II mosque from the outside, the residential district of Anfa, the United Nations Square, the Houbous district and the Ain Diab corniche. End of the visit. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Jour 8: Casablanca – Aéroport Mohamed V
After breakfast, departure for Mohamed V airport according to your flight details at the end of your Imperial Cities Tour in Morocco.
- A room occupied by 1 adult and 1 baby is considered as 1 single room!
- A room occupied by 1 adult and 1 child is considered as 1 Double room!
- A room occupied by 1 adult and 2 children is considered as 1 Double room!
- A room occupied by 3 children is considered as 1 double room!
- A room occupied by 2 children is considered as 1 double room!
- The maximum capacity of the double room is 2 adults + 1 child + 1 baby!
- The maximum capacity of the triple room is 3 Adults + 1 child or 1 baby!