Luxury Tour of Northern Morocco – 7 Days
Embark on a prestigious week-long trip around the iconic imperial cities of Morocco. Your private driver will take you from Casablanca to Fes and Marrakech, with amazing stops along the way. Connect with culture and history with a late-night spa experience at the hammam and guided tours of UNESCO heritage sites, then relax in luxurious riads and five-star hotels.
Explore imperial cities like Rabat, Fes, Marrakech and Meknes
Rejuvenate with soaking, steaming and rubbing in a traditional Hammam
Enjoy private tours guided by expert local guides
Relax in unique accommodation, such as five-star varied hotels
|Day 1 Arrive in Casablanca||Casablanca|
|Day 2 Casablanca – Meknes – Fes||Fes|
|Day 3 Exploring Fes||Fes|
Day 4 Fes – Marrakech
|Day 5 Exploring Marrakech||Marrakech|
|Day 6 Marrakech to Casablanca – Atlantic Coast & El Jadida||Casablanca|
|Day 7 Depart from Casablanca||Depart|
Day 1 Arrive in Casablanca
Welcome to the west coast of Morocco! Arrive and transfer to your accommodation in Casablanca. Depending on your flight time details, you may have time to discover your surroundings. Stroll along Boulevard de la Corniche AIN DIAB, this seaside promenade that stretches along the Atlantic coast and is sometimes called the Miami of Morocco. Have a bite to eat at Rick’s Café, a restaurant, bar and cafe designed to recreate the bar famous for the classic movie “Casablanca.”
Day 2 Casablanca – Meknes – Fes
Casablanca is the modern commercial capital of Morocco, with the stunning Hassan II Mosque. It sits on an outcrop over the Atlantic Ocean and has a 690-foot (210-meter) minaret-the tallest building in Morocco and the tallest minaret in the world! It is estimated that the courtyard can accommodate 80,000 believers, and the interior can accommodate 25,000 people. The uniqueness of this mosque is that it is one of the few mosques in the country where non-Muslims can enter. Join the morning tour and marvel at the exquisite craftsmanship: hand-carved stone and wood, intricate marble floor details and gilded cedar ceiling.
Continue to Meknes to explore Ville Impériale (Imperial City). Wander the gardens and palaces, the impressive Mansour Gate and Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. Visit the nearby Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a huge complex of buildings worth a stroll. Marvel at the commercial houses, temples and colorful mosaics, including the labor of Hercules. Continue to Fes and sail through the impressively large and complex medina that stretches along the hillside. Before entering the Medina (Old Town), take a moment to visit the ruins of the Tomb of Merenides and enjoy the panoramic view of the Old Town. Overnight in a beautiful riad in the old town, where you can enjoy local specialities.
Day 3 Exploring Fes
Fes is the oldest prince in Morocco (Meknes, Marrakech and Rabat are other sub-cities). Its medina is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it is also one of the largest urban car-free zones in the world. It is worth exploring every minute. It is generally considered the cultural capital of the country and consists of two ancient Medina districts, namely Fes el Bali and Fes el Jdid, as well as modern new sons built during the French colonial era (1912-1956). As you walk through the winding and narrow streets of Medina, meet your guide and spend half a day learning about history and culture.
Roam Fes el Bali (built in 789 ACE) and learn how refugees from Spain and Tunisia affected the architecture of Medina. Browse the many open-air markets (markets) that offer the local area and watch the artisans. Visit the Chouara Tannery (11th century) and find a leather store nearby. From here you can enjoy the panoramic view of many round stone wells filled with dyes and staff. Visit the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque (859 ACE) and catch a glimpse of the decorated (non-Muslim, can’t (non-Muslim, enter (non-Muslim, enter (non-Muslim, can’t). Its university is the most still operating in the world. Ancient university! Immerse yourself in Al Attarine Madrasa and marvel at the fine tiles and wooden Him.
Day 4 Fes – Marrakech
This morning you will depart from Fes and return to the Kingdom’s most famous imperial cities, Rabat and Casablanca. You will stop for lunch at the latter and listen to the driver’s advice. Make the most of your habitat at sea and taste some fresh fish from the Atlantic, which are cooked in traditional Moroccan flavors. After lunch, you are on the road again; you will cross the plains to Marrakech, nicknamed the “Red City” because of the vermilion clay used in its construction.
Check your riad and if you want, you can spend the rest of the afternoon at a slower pace. In the evening, the main square Jemaa el Fna is full of musicians, performers, snake charmers, games, food stalls, etc. Jump into the spectacle and taste the food of the street vendors, or, if you want to enjoy it from a distance, you can sit in the cafe overlooking the square; so you can enjoy the food while watching the show. No matter which dining option you choose, you will enjoy wonderful flavors, because Marrakech is regarded as the gastronomic capital of Morocco. enjoy!
Day 5 Explore Marrakech
Marrakech is nicknamed the “Red City” (because of its 1,000-year-old red sandstone walls and buildings), and is a major economic center and home to the prosperous Medina (Old Arab Quarter). It has always been a vibrant city, full of exotic sights, sounds and smells-perhaps a shock for the senses! Meet your guide for a half-day tour of the Medina and explore the rich history and culture of the Medina. Start the day west of Jemaa el-Fna, then walk to the striking minaret of Koutoubia Mosque and Gardens. The 253-foot (77 m) high minaret is the tallest tower ever built in Marrakech. Indulge your senses and explore the stalls of Souk el-Attarin (spices), Souk Haddadine (blacksmith) and Souk Smata (slippers). Next, visit the Ben Youssef Madrasa Islamic School, experience 16th-century architecture and marvel at the exquisite details: arabesques, Islamic calligraphy and colorful geometric tiles.
As you walk in the alleys of Marrakech, pay attention to Fondouks or Caravanserai, medieval inns on the ancient trade routes, providing shelter and supplies for travelers and merchants. Today, some have been converted into residential properties, while others are large shopping areas and workshops that you can explore. Depending on your energy level, you may wish to visit several attractions south of Jemaa el-Fna. Some options to consider are the 500-year-old Saadi tombs, the extensive courtyards and sunken gardens of the El Badi Palace in the 17th century, or the intricate woodwork and painted ceilings of the Bahia Palace in the 19th century.
Or, if you prefer to take a quiet breath in the afternoon heat to end your trip, you may wish to head to Majorelle Gardens to relax among subtropical plants, bamboo, lilies and palm trees.
Day 6 Marrakech to Casablanca – Atlantic Coast & El Jadida
You will travel this morning to Casablanca via the coastal route and visit two ancient Portuguese fortified cities along the way. Your first stop is El Jadida, where you will visit the unforgettable beautiful Portuguese Cistern. You can also stay and walk the city walls and explore the Church of the Assumption.
Next is Azemour, which has inspired many Moroccan artists for decades, some of whom choose to live here. Despite being close to the cosmopolitan art market in Casablanca, life here is still traditional. The crumbling medina of the 16th century between Oud Er-Rbia and the ocean provides a lot of artistic inspiration.
Enjoy delicious fish for lunch and make the most of the incredibly rich resources of the Atlantic Ocean. Your driver can take you to the local fish market, where the humble food stall serves some of the freshest grilled and fried seafood you can find. The traditional way to eat here is to buy fish in the market and pay a small fee for the barbecue chef to cook. You can also choose to order fish directly from many of these food stalls.
After arriving in Casablanca, check into a chic downtown hotel, then explore the fashionable neighborhoods of the city and see how the locals live. Start your journey of discovery in Maarif, where the French market of the same name is located, and Ain Diab, the main seaside community with Moroccan shopping malls and miles of walking trails. The waterfront or Corniche Road is a good place for people to watch, especially when the whole city comes out for a walk before sunset.
Day 7 Depart from Casablanca
It’s time to say goodbye to beautiful Morocco. Depending on the fligh time of your departure, you can enjoy to our last minute tour of Casablanca or take tea in one of the traditional Moroccan cafes. At that time, you will depart for Muhammad V International Airport in Casablanca for your flight and end our Luxury Tour of Northern Morocco – 7 Days.
- include Private tour
- Daily breakfast Hotel accommodation and all transportation in Casablanca
- Airport Full transportation with air-conditioning,
- gas and driver English speaking guide and driver Overnight in Casablanca, Fes & Marrakech
- Tour Guide in Fes & Marrakech
- including breakfast
- Daily including breakfast, free time to explore scenic spots, take photos, etc.
- Customized and flexible stops
- Travel insurance
- Entrance tickets to monuments
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