Morocco Imperial Cities Luxury Tour – 7 Days 

Visit the imperial city of Morocco on this one-week tour. Start in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, andVisit 12th-century buildings, then continue to Fez to explore the car-free area of ​​the world’s largest city. Visit the tannery, the oldest university in the world and the Jewish quarter of the Middle Ages, then drive to Marrakech to end your tour with an amazing palace, the bustling jemaa al-fena Market., and a half-day cooking class.


  • Relax with a traditional whirlpool spa experience and enjoy cooking classes

  • Explore the ornate palaces, medieval mosques and ancient alleys in

  • Marrakech Tour the 9th-century Al Qararouin University and Fes tanners

  • Buy colorful street markets and explore the 12th century Cassava de Ouadias in Rabat

Brief Itinerary

Day Highlights Overnight
Day 1 Welcome To Morocco Rabat
Day 2 Rabat – Meknes – Fes Fes
Day 3 Exploring Fes Fes

Day 4 Fes – Marrakech


Day 5 Sights and Souks of Marrakech Marrakech
Day 6 Majorelle Gardens and Tagine Time!
Day 7 Departure from Marrakech Depart

Day 1 Welcome to Morocco

Welcome to Morocco! Arrive at Casablanca International Airport. You will be met by your driver and guide who will take you to the hotel for check-in. Relax and unwind for your busy week, or take a short city tour to get to know the city. Dinner is included in your riad.

Day 2 Rabat – Meknes – Fes

After breakfast, take a full day tour of the capital Rabat. Start your tour with a visit to Necropolis Challah from the 2nd century, which was originally established as a Phoenician colony. Continue to Yaakob al-Mansour Street to see the King’s Masulum, which houses the remains of several kings and the 12th century Hassan Tower.

Turn to the kasbah de Ouadaias, a 12th-century Almohed fortress. From here take a stroll through the winding streets or enjoy a mint tea at Cafe More overlooking the Bou Regreg River.

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

Spend a fun morning and explore Fes alone. In the afternoon, take the highway to Marrakech, arrive in time and relax in the Turkish bath before dinner. The bathroom means “warm spray”, and you will feel this atmosphere when you walk into the spacious and gorgeous spa. The perfect Moroccan experience includes a few steps of cleansing, a mud mask and a relaxing oil massage designed to purify and detoxify.

Day 5 Sights and Souks of Marrakech

Enjoy breakfast at your riad and then head to Ochre City for a full-day tour. First visit the iconic Koutoubia Mosque, then continue to the Bahia Palace and Saadien tombs Mausoleum to admire traditional Moroccan architecture and tile mosaics. Stop in Mellah or the former Jewish quarter to learn about Morocco’s little-known but significant Jewish heritage.

Stop for lunch on the terrace overlooking the Spice Market. Try the Tajin pot and refreshing mint tea, and then in the afternoon explore the souks or markets through the winding alleys of the medina. These shops sell everything from spices to clothing, household goods, and various traditional Moroccan gifts and souvenirs.

In the evening, head to the expansive Djema El Fna square to watch a colorful combination of street performers, fortune tellers, musicians and food vendors.

Day 6 Majorelle Gardens and Tagine Time!

Start the day with a late rise and a relaxing breakfast. For another day of sightseeing, start with the lush Majorelle Gardens. Stroll through the colorful gardens, look for hidden niches, admire the vibrant plants and the small Berber museum.From here, head to the nearby Yves Saint Laurent Museum, which displays the love of the global fashion icon for Marrakech and a permanent collection of the designer’s most famous works.

End your stylish morning at 33 Majorelle, next to the garden, where chic clothing and artworks designed by Moroccan fashion designers are displayed.

In the afternoon, head to a cooking class to learn how to prepare a traditional Moroccan dish-Tagine, a thick chicken and vegetable stew. Learn how to make the accompanying dishes, including Moroccan bread, fresh salad and mint tea. End your class with a celebratory dinner, taste your own masterpiece, and end with a dessert-almond paste biscuits.

Day 7 Departure from Marrakech

Say goodbye to your driver and guide, who have meanwhile become your lifelong friends, then drive to Casablanca Airport for a connecting flight home. Safe trips!



  • include Private tour
  • Daily breakfast Hotel accommodation and all transportation in Casablanca
  • Airport Full transportation with air-conditioning,
  • Visit Rabat, Meknes, Volubilis, Fes
  • gas and driver English speaking guide and driver Overnight in Rabat, 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


  • Lunch
  • Travel insurance
  • Entrance tickets to monuments
  • Tips

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