8 Days Tour Marrakech Fez, cultural visit of Marrakech with oficial guide, explore Marrakech Medina, and morocco imperial cities: Casablanca, Fes, Rabat.
8 days Tour Marrakech Fez
Day 1 – Arrival in Marrakech
Transfer to the hotel Option of accommodation in hotel or riad.
Day 2 – Cultural visit of Marrakech with an official guide
For several centuries, the center of the city of Marrakech has welcomed foreigners, especially in the sub-Saharan camel of commercial caravans. Today, the Jemaa el-Fna square, the heart of the medina, you can try some tasty Moroccan food and enjoy the performances of musicians, dancers, snake charmers, acrobats, storytellers and many others.
Do not miss some of the most famous monuments, such as the Koutoubia mosque, the Menara gardens, the Bahia Palace and Badii, the Saadian mounds, … Overnight in Marrakech.
Day 3 – Marrakech to Fez through Beni Mellal
The road crosses the cedar forests of the Middle Atlas, where friendly monkeys live near the road. Passage by Azrou and Ifrane.
The city of Beni Mellal, with an altitude of 850 m, is not very touristy and very quiet. Its architecture, particularly in the castle of Borj Ras El Ain, is a typical example of the constructions of southern Morocco. The manicured gardens are beautiful. Night in Fez.
Day 4 – Cultural visit of Fez with an official guide
Fez is the oldest imperial city in Morocco. Founded in 808, the labyrinth of preserved medieval streets is considered the largest urban area in the world where cars can not circulate. It transports us to a completely different world. Night in Fez.The most important places in Fez are, without a doubt, the medina, the souks (markets), the Mellah (old Jewish quarter) and the oldest university in the world.
Day 5 – Fez to Meknes through Volubilis
Volubilis was a prosperous city of the Roman Empire that developed through the trade of wheat, olive oil and animals. It is estimated that 20,000 people lived here in the 3rd century. Night of Meknes.
Day 6 – Meknes to Rabat
Visit the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Hassan Tower in RabatRabat is now a world heritage site from 2012, registered as “Rabat, modern capital and historical city”, we will visit two of the most important monuments of Rabat Hassan Tower, in the ruins of the mosque built by Yaqub al-Mansur and destroyed; the beautiful Mausoleum Mohammed V, where is the tomb of Mohammed V Rei, Rei his son Hassan II and his brother Moulay Abdellah. Night in Rabat.
Day 7 – Rabat to Marrakech via Casablanca
Visit of the Great Mosque of Hassan II in Casablanca. Night in Marrakech Casablanca is on the Atlantic slope and is the largest city in Morocco. Its architecture is a mixture of French, Arab and Andalusian heritage. The Hassan II Mosque, one of the most important attractions, was built between 1986 and 1993. It has the largest minaret in the world with 210 meters in height.