Moroccan Cities: Casablanca, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech in 5 Days | Morocco Tours | Morocco Imperial Cities
On this 5-day trip from Casablanca to Marrakech, taste the most popular cities in Morocco, including Casablanca, Fes, Rabat and Marrakech. Discover the old Medina of Fes in the Middle Ages and turn back the clock. Overnight in the capital, Rabat, and then end in vibrant Marrakech. Experience Morocco’s extraordinary architecture, gorgeous handicrafts, delicious food and bustling open-air markets, and you will be intoxicated.
- Discover the Hassan II Mosque minaret in Casablanca
- Visit souks, tanneries, and artisan workshops in Fes
- Wander Roman volubilis and Islamic ruins in Rabat Chella
- Experience Jemaa el-Fna Square – the famous square in Morocco
|Day 1 welcome to Casablanca – evening in Fes||Fes|
Day 2 Tour Guide In Fes
|Day 3 Fes to Rabat||Rabat|
|Day 4 Exploring the Red City of Marrakech||Marrakech|
|Day 5 : Departure from Marrakech||airport|
welcome to Casablanca – evening in Fes
Welcome to the west coast of Morocco! Welcome to Casablanca. Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and a modern city heavily influenced by France. An architectural enjoyment, visit the popular Hassan II Mosque and admire its exquisite craftsmanship. The Hassan II Mosque sits on an outcrop over the Atlantic Ocean. It is estimated that it can accommodate 25,000 worshippers and its courtyard can accommodate 80,000 people. The Hassan II Mosque, unique to Morocco, is one of the few mosques that allows non-Muslims to enter. Admire intricate marble works, wood and stone carvings, and gilded cedar ceilings.
Continue to Fez. Fes has an impressive Old Medina (Old Town), a city worth getting lost in. Before walking into the Medina , the pioneer car goes uphill to the panoramic view of the ruins of Merenid Tombs, giving you a panoramic view of the medieval city. The best time to visit the ancient tomb is around dusk. As the lights of the city began to light up, the atmosphere became stronger, and the voice of the voice of worship spread throughout the valley. Return to your traditional riad for a hot meal, then settle down.
Day 2 Tour Guide In Fes
Fez is the oldest of the 4 imperial cities in Morocco, and perhaps the most interesting and exciting to explore. It has the most complete Medina in the Arab world and has been relatively unaffected since its establishment more than 1,000 years ago. Generally regarded as the cultural capital of the country, it consists of three parts, two Medina areas, Fes el Bali and Fes el Jdid, and the more modern Ville Nouvelle influenced by French colonization. Meet with your guide and spend half a day learning about history and culture while walking through the narrow streets of the Medina.
Start at Fes el Bali at the Bab Boujeloud gate and enter the main road of Talâa Kebira. When you pass shops and open-air markets, pay attention to the buildings influenced by Spain. Visit the Chouara tannery and wonder at the many stone pots full of dyes and people who are still working with centuries-old technology. Next, before heading to Mellah (Old Jewish Quarter and Cemetery) in Fes el Jdid, admire the intricate zellij tiles of the 14th century Al Attarine Madrasa. If you have time, you can visit the new city and discover the great changes in architecture.
Day 3 Fes to Rabat
Spend the morning exploring more Fes. Maybe visit a local collective of ceramics and ceramic tiles, and watch a ceramic tile master at work, assembling small tiles together to form a complex mosaic. Head west to the imperial city and today’s capital Rabat, this bustling city has many attractions and a rich history.
Visit the the middle age fortifications of the Chellah Cemetery in the heart of Rabat capital, and stroll through Roman and Islamic ruins. Enter the original city center of Rabat through the gate of Kasbah des Oudaias. Walk quietly on the quiet white and blue streets. From there, visit the Andalusian gardens of the 20th century and enjoy a peaceful space away from the crowds. Explore the Hassan Tower, which is the incomplete mosque and the minaret of the Mausoleum of Mohammed V. A 12th-century project was abandoned, and today only a red sandstone tower.
Day 4 Exploring the Red City of 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. Marrakech has Berber roots rather than Arab roots, and was once an important trading capital for the tribes of the Atlas Mountains. Head to the bustling Jemaa el–Fna Square in Marrakech: to the north is the souk, to the west is the Koutoubia Mosque and gardens, while the Saadi Tombs, Bahia Palace and Badi Palace are the ancient fortresses area. South. In the new city, you will find Majorelle Gardens.
To visit the Medina in a unique way, board the calèche and start adapting to your surroundings. Please pay attention to fondouks-medieval hotels that provide accommodation and supplies for merchants and travelers. Today, some have been transformed into residences or large shopping areas and studios that you can explore. Find the way to the Koutoubia Mosque and escape the heat in the garden between the fountain and palm trees. Although non-Muslims cannot enter the mosque, its 12th century foundation and minaret are worth seeing.
As night fell, Jemaa el-Fna became active with musicians and storytellers, acrobats and dancers, and even snake charmers. Stroll through rows of food stalls, serving all kinds of food from dinners to juice drinks, dried dates and small snacks. For a bite, or for a more relaxing experience, please look for one of the many cafes above the square and enjoy the food while watching the show below.
Day 5 : Back to Marrakech; Depart
Complete any last-minute gift and souvenir shopping. Or depending on your departure details, you may want to check out Majorelle Gardens. Away from the hustle and bustle of the Medina, visiting these lush and expansive gardens is an ideal place to escape the heat and noise in the afternoon. Leave quiet behind and bring your memories on the way home.
- include Private tour
- Daily breakfast Hotel accommodation and all transportation in Marrakech
- Airport Full transportation with air-conditioning,
- local guide in fes
- gas and driver English speaking guide and driver Overnight in in fes rabat and 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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