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Medinas, Imperial cities & the Atlas Mountains:

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Medinas, Imperial cities & the Atlas Mountains:

Providing a great overview of the historical cities of Morocco including Casablanca, Rabat,Marrakech, Fes, Meknes and Atlas mountain ,for those wishing to experience more of Morocco culture.


Day 1: Arrive Casablanca, Morocco

Arrive in Casablanca, where you are met by your driver, transferred by private vehicle to your hotel and assisted with check-in.rnHyatt Regency Casablanca rn rn

  • Arrive Casablanca, Morocco

Day 2: Casablanca | The economic Capital

Explore vibrant Casablanca, visiting the ornate Hassan II Mosque, the tallest religious structure in the world. Drive to Fez and check in to your hotel.

  • Casablanca

Day 3: Fez | World and heritage centre.

Today, join your private guide on a journey back in time when you visit bustling Fez el-Bali, Fez’s timeless walled city and endless maze of markets. Once a renowned center for learning, this ancient quarter is home to the University of Al Karaouine, one of the oldest, still-functioning universities in the world as well as the 14th-century Medersa Attarine (Koranic college), a jewel of Hispano-Moorish architecture. Take a walking tour from Bab Boujloud to the former home of Jewish philosopher Maimonides, the marvelous Talaa el-Kabira to Nejjarine Fountain and a converted fondouk (inn) exhibiting carpentry artifacts. Later, a panoramic view of the Royal Palace greets you before you continue to the Museum of Moroccan Arts, which houses artistic wood carvings, tribal carpets and ceramics

  • Fes, Morocco

Day 4: Volubilis u0026 Meknes | Roman Ruins

Depart for Volubilis to see its triumphal arches, basilicas and skyline peppered with some of the best preserved Roman ruins in Morocco. You also view superbly preserved mosaic floors — arguably the city’s greatest treasures — with some of its most enthralling examples depicting Orpheus charming animals with his lyre and Amphitrite in a chariot drawn by a seahorse. Continue to Meknes, one of the Imperial Cities of Morocco as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Impressive monuments recall the splendor of a city built by a powerful 17th-century sultan, such as the great Bab Mansour gateway and the royal stables. You can also see Moulay Ismail’s Mausoleum, one of few shrines in Morocco that can be visited by non-Muslims. Later, travel to Rabat, where you check into your chic hotel set in an orange grove.

  • VOLUBILIS وليلي, Meknes, Morocco

Day 5: Rabat | Capital

Join your private guide for a city tour highlighting Rabat’s cultural influences and the well-preserved relics of its Moorish past. See the 12th-century Hassan Tower, located alongside the mausoleum dedicated to Mohamed V, and visit the Oudaya Kasbah, perched atop a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Continue overland to Atlas mountains, night at beautiful Kasbah.

  • Rabat, Morocco

Day6: Marrakech| The Atlas Mountains

Today, discover the gorgeous Atlas Mountains, North Africa’s greatest mountain range. En route, admire majestic views of snow-capped mountains and spy the tiny Berber villages nestled in the hills. Experience one firsthand when you exchange your car for a mule and ride to hilltop Imli, where you are greeted by a local and his family, and invited into their home for traditional Berber bread and mint tea. With the help of your private guide, enjoy the opportunity to talk with this welcoming local and his family, immersing yourself in a fascinating way of life. Afterward, stop for lunch, before returning to Marrakech.

  • Marrakech

Day 7: Marrakech | The Red City

Set out to uncover the secrets of Marrakech, including those within its medina, the old walled section of the town. See the Koutoubia Mosque and its stunning 12th-century minaret. Time permitting, you also explore the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace and famed Djemaa el-Fna, the city’s main square. Experience this beating heart of Marrakech, exploring its souks and witnessing fire-eaters, snake charmers and street musicians at every turn.

  • The Red City

Day 8: Depart Marrakech

After breakfast, depart for the airport and board your international flight home.

  • Marrakesh, Morocco

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