5 Days Tour To Explore Morocco´s Imperial Cities From Casablanca
Day 1: Airport to Casablanca
Our personalized tour begins with a ride from the airport to your hotel in Casablanca; the biggest and most important city in Morocco, there where you’ll be served a delicious welcome meal in your honor as soon as you arrive. Today’s itinerary is dependent on your arrival time; depending on the time, we may visit a few of Casablanca’s most popular and iconic touristic destinations, including the Hassan II mosque; Morocco and Africa’s biggest mosque and one of the most important and iconic monuments of the islamic world, and also Morocco Mall shopping center; one of the biggest and most important malls in Africa, finaly we’ll visit a local fascinatimg beach area in the surroundings where you’ll be able to enjoy your time, and then after that we’ll transport you back to the hotel.
Day 2: Casablanca – Meknes – Fes
Following breakfast, we will be heading to Rabat, Morocco’s royal city and administrative capital. Our schedule for the morning will consider visiting the famous monuments that this city got to offer for us: The very fascinating Royal Palace, then we’ll pay a visit to the very well known 800 years old Oudaya Garden & Kasbah; the remains of the Mouahideen era, the Mohamed V Mausoleum where two of the most important Kings in Morocco’s Modern era Mohamed V and Hassan II were buried, then we’ll go Just to the other side where the Hassan Tower Mosque stands, Rabat’s symbol and its most known monument, the minaret of an incompleted mosque that goes back to the 12th century. We’ll next proceed to Meknes; the Ismailian capital of Morocco, the city that was founded in the 11th century by the moravids, and once was the capital of Morocco, we will spend the afternoon touring and exploring this culturally rich city, which is home to Morocco’s widest rampart and one of world’s largest gates, the historic and famous Bab El Mansour gate. We will also pay a visit to the Amazing Royal Stables from the medieval ages and then the Jewish Quarter. From there, we’ll head directly to the hotel where you’ll be staying in Fez via the holy city of Moulay Driss, and of course passing by the relics of Volubilis, the ancient Roman city that goes back to approximately the 3rd century BC, where we can surely stop to take photos with the old ruins that are still standing till today before proceeding to Fes and then take you to your lodging.
Day 3: Fes Sightseeing
This entire day will be dedicated to exploring Fez, well known for being Morocco’s cultural and spiratual capital. Our itinerary for this day will include visiting the Medieval Medina that stunns visitors with its medieval Marinid architecture, the beautiful and stunning Nejjarine traditional public Fountain, then the Moulay Idriss Mausoleum which is the medina’s holiest shrine, it contains a mosque, shrine, old school or Madrassa And a Sanctuary, after we’ll head to the famous Karaouine Mosque which is well known for being the oldest university in the world but unfortunately only external visits are allowed but for sure we’ll get the most of what it gives. After exploring The old university you will be given the option of having lunch at a traditional restaurant in the heart of old Medina where you can enjoy the old-world atmosphere.
Later, we will pay a late afternoon visit to the vibrant Souks where you’ll surely go back in time to the medieval period, then we’ll bring you back to our current day by visiting Fez Jdid that is known as the new city. Finally we’ll end our day’s schedule by returning to the hotel.
Day 4: Fes – Rabat
Following breakfast in the hotel, we will be heading back to Rabat; the capital of Morocco, to have more time exploring more of what the city got to offer and its cultural touristic extraordinary destinations, and then ending the day at your hotel.
Day 5: Rabat – Casablanca
After having your breakfast, we´ll leave and take the highway heading back to Casablanca, where you´ll be able to have lunch at a local restaurant when arriving. Our schedule for the afternoon will consist of visiting more of this city’s destinations, starting by the Central Market of the city that was constructed in the 90s, it has an important historical and cultural significance, we’ll visit the 100 years old neighborhood of Habbous, and also The Royal Palace, then we’ll move to the amazing and popular Mohamed V Square, then the Anfa residental area in the heart of the city, and finally the most famous Hassan II Mosque, which will bring your tour to an end.
- Pick up and Drop off
- Private A/C Transportaion & Fuel
- Breakfast & dinner
- Driver English speaking
- All Application Taxes
- Lunch & Drinks
- Personal items
- Local guide
- Tips for Guide/driver