This tour will allow you to see the most beautiful Moroccan imperial cities rich in history and traditions. Thus, you will visit the current capital of Morocco, the oldest imperial city of Meknes, the archaeological site of Volubilis and of course the city of Fes.
15 Days 14+ Age Morocco Imperial Cities Tour
2 -> 1200€/person 3-5 -> 550€/person 6-10 -> 450€/person 11-14 ->350€/person 15-17 -> 300€/person
.Pick up from your accommodation
.A/C modern minibus
.English speaking driver
.Tickets for monumental entry
Day 1. Visit Casablanca and Rabat. Accommodation in Rabat
Marrakech- Casablanca 243 km 2 h 35 min. Casablanca- Rabat 87 km 1 h
After breakfast, you will be taken from your hotel in Marrakech and we will start towards Casablanca. The Casablanca tour will include a visit to the Medina, The Cathedral of the Sacred one Heart and the Forecourt of the Hassan II Mosque, the neighbourhood residents and the magnificent cornice overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. After lunch, departure to Rabat. The Rabat tour will include Visit Chellahwe and At Kasbah des Oudaias. You will take dinner in the ancient medina in Rabat and then we will go to the hotel. Accommodation in Rabat.
Day 2. Visit Meknes and Volubilis. Accommodation in Fes.
Rabat – Meknes 151 km 1 h 50 min Meknes- Volubilis 5.5 km- 15 min
After breakfast, departure to Meknes one of the most important imperial cities. : the famous gate of Bab el Mansour and Bab El Khamis, Tomb Moulay Ismaïl, Granaries of 12,000 horses, then the Jewish quarter.
After lunch, departure to the ruins of Volubilis, the most important Roman site of Morocco.
Volubilis has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.
Continuation on Fez. Accomodation in Fes.
Day 3. Visit Fes. Accommodation in Fes.
Meknes- Fes 64 km – 53 min
Begin your day with a panoramic view of Fes. Visit the following historical sites and places. The Royal Palace in Fes is one of the oldest (14th Century) and largest in Morocco. Place el-Seffarine. The Chouara or Tanner’s Quarters is the most lively and picturesque souks in Fès. The Tanneries are often located near watercourses like the Wadi Fès and at a distance from residential areas due to the strongly unpleasant smells they produce. See the wide array of leatherwork, a tradition of Fes. To enter the medina, you will pass through the BabBoujeloudgate, with its decoration of blue and green faiences. You will explore the medina’s narrow streets lined with local shops and stalls of fresh fruit, mounds of spices, intricately woven Berber carpets and many other Moroccan handicrafts and home goods. Free lunch in the old medina. Accommodation in Fes.
Day 4. Departure to Marrakech or in another city.