Morocco, a North African country on the littoral of the Atlantic and Mediterranian, is peculiar for its mixed populations of berbers, arabs and europeans. The Medina of Marrakech, a medieval neighbourhood which looks like a Labyrinth, is a lively place with its Jemaa El Fna square and its ceramic marketplaces. From the oldest to the most recent, the imperial cities of Morocco are Fes, Marrkech, Rabat and Meknes. Each of these cities was founded by a new dynasty in order for them to be their own capitals.
Fly alone, in couple or with family on Royal Air Maroc to one of the beautiful maghribian destinations.
This price includes:
✈️Round trip Flight Ticket in Economy class
🚌 Touristic Minibus Transportation
📄 Morocco Tourist Visa
🏨 4* Hotel with Breakfast
🚕 Hotel-Airport-Hotel Shuttle
🏖️ Visit of 5 Cities with Guides
Boarding day, meeting in the airport lobby for departure formalities. You enter the country through Casablanca. Upon arrival you will be greeted by your guide who will take you to your hotel where dinner will be served.
You will start this first day with a panoramic visit of Casablanca, the economic capital of the Kingdom. You will see its main districts and all its sites of interest: the medina, the Mohammed-V Square, the United Nations Square, the central market, the Habbous district, the Palais-Royal, the residential district of Anfa and the beautiful corniche of Ain Diab lined with swimming pools and gourmet restaurants, with the Hassan-II Mosque at its tip. You will then leave Casablanca to go to Rabat, the modern administrative capital, a former imperial city, orderly and flowery. You will visit the medina, the Kasbah des Oudayas, the Hassan Tower and the magnificent mausoleum of Mohammed-V, before touring the ramparts and walls of the Mashouar surrounding the Royal Palace.
Breakfast and departure from Rabat for the holy city of Moulay Idriss (first sultan of Morocco) and then Meknes, the "Moroccan Versailles". Founded at the end of the 17th century, the city is surrounded by a triple wall of 40 km and consists of two agglomerations: the Medina, which has the most beautiful gate of Morocco, Bab El Mansour, and on the other side, the new and modern city. After the visit, you will continue to Fez.