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8 Days Imperial cities of Morocco

DAY 1: Airport Mohamed V – Casablanca

Arrival at Casablanca Mohamed V airport, reception, assistance and
transfer to hotel. Dinner and overnight.

DAY 2: Casablanca – Rabat

The morning tour of the mosque Hassan II, in size the largest of the Muslim world after those in Mecca and Medina. Built facing the sea, and on Wednesday (two thirds of the site of 9 hectares have been  reclaimed from the water), it dominates the top of Casablanca 210 m from its minaret. It required the expertise of the best craftsmen of Morocco. We then visit the medina of Casablanca and the Habbous district built by the french in the Arab-Andalusian style. We then go to Rabat.

DAY 3: Rabat

We visit the kasbah Oudayas, its blue and white houses, small winding streets. After admiring the enormous doors of the medina, we spend some time in the garden of Andalusia. The visit continues with the Hassan Tower and the Mohammed V mausoleum, and ends with the burial of Chellali and its extensive gardens. The capital of Morocco is a clean and white city, next to the sea, that evening we will have dinner and overnight in the hotel.

DAY 4: Rabat – Meknes

We take the road to Meknes, and we stop at the site of the former ancient capital of Volubilis (Oualili)to visit the Ancient Roman
Empire ruins. The former capital of Mauritania Tingitane, the city has a monumental Arc de Triomphe, and many mosaics.

DAY 5: Meknes – Fez

We will visit the Medina of Meknes, whose walls are huge doors, probably the largest in Morocco. It is home to the splendid mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the house of water (Dar-el-Ma), the stables of Moulay Ismail (Souani Heri es) and the huge pool of Agdal. At the end of the day, we reach Fez.

DAY 6: Fez

We visit the medina of Fes, the oldest of the imperial cities. Founded in 789, welcoming the Muslims driven from Cordova and continued to expand in concentric circles until the seventeenth century, when the Alawite began to move away in favor of Meknès. As a World Heritage of Humanity site, the medina incorporates some of the finest monuments of Muslim architecture, the mosque Karaouiyine the Medersa Inania Bou and El-Attarine Zaouia of Moulay Idriss, as El-Fondouk Nejjarine now transformed museum. You can also see the district tanners.

DAY 7: Fez – Casablanca

The morning is devoted to a visit to the Jewish (former Jewish quarter), and from outside the Royal Palace, the magnificent doors
worked. From the top of Borj (fortified stronghold), we admire the panoramic view of the city, before returning to Casablanca.

DAY 8: Casablanca

Breakfast and transfer to the airport according to flight schedules.
End of our services.

 Tour Includ :
  • Tour in 4×4 vehicle/minibus with A/C
  • Driver/Guide
  • Fuel
  • Hotel overnight stays (breakfast & dinner included)
  • Camel ride
  • 1 night in desert camp
 Not includes :
  • Flight
  • lunchs
  • Drinks