Get ready for the most mesmerizing five days tour from Costa del Sol for Casablanca, Marrakech, Meknes, Fez and amazing Rabat. You will be delighted to visit the notable places along with praising the enriched history of World Heritage Sites.
What you can expect
Depart from Costa del Sol to visit Casablanca. First, go for the short panoramic city tour of this awesome place and then, leave for the sightseeing tour of Marrakech and visit Koutoubia Mosque for experiencing the Moroccan style of architecture. You would also admire the outside beauty of the Twin towers and find Bay Palace and Dejmaa El Fna Square as quite adventurous places to find many acrobats, interesting fortune tellers, etc. After this, go for a short tour of Meknes to admire the delightful charm of Mansour Gate, the largest and the most stunning gates of Meknes.
Explore Fez, the spiritual capital. Here, you would love to visit Royal Palace for its outside fascination. After this, we will go to Christian and Jewish Quarter for admiring the Moroccan lifestyle.
Visit Medina for the charm of its ancient culture and preservation. Fez is quite popular for its find narrow streets and handmade crafts.
Visit Rabat for the fascination of its important spots, like, Royal Palace, which is popular for its classic Islamic architecture. Pay a visit to the historic tombs of Mohammed V Mausoleum. Hassan Tower is considered as the world’s tallest Minaret for having the mighty height of 210 metres. Later, get back to Costa del Sol.
Day 1: Costa del Sol – Tarifa – Tangier – Rabat – Casablanca
Have your breakfast and depart along the Costa del to Algeciras. It is the largest city on the Bay of Gibraltar. From here you will be taken by Ferry Boat to the strait of Gibraltar, which offers purely blissful experience. It is known to be an important place where Europe meets Africa. While passing through this route, you will reach Morocco, which is also a great tourist attraction. This place is largely full of deserts and rugged mountains. Sahara Desert of this place is known to have a magical beauty. To explore the desert by camel trekking offers an unforgettable experience. After enjoying the beauty of this place, you will be taken to Casablanca, which is the largest city of Morocco. Here you will see the charm of Old Medina, the glory of Corniche, King Hassan Mosque and Casablanca Cathedral, which is beautifully designed in a Neo Gothic style. Get back to the hotel for dinner and stay.
Overnight: Tourist class - Prince de Paris. First class - Atlas Almohades
Day 2: Casablanca – Marrakech
Have breakfast and you will be taken to Casablanca. It is the economic capital of the country. You will go for the Panoramic city tour to see the most dazzling attractions of this place. The exotic charm of Marrakech can't be described in few words. There is lot of European touch to its gorgeous architecture. The modern swagger of it can't be found anywhere else in the city. You will be delighted to see the mosque of Hassan, which is the largest mosque of the country. Old Medina is also an important place to visit. The Corniche is also an exciting place to experience the exotic resorts, hotels and amazing night clubs.
You will also get a chance to explore the bustling central market, where you will have a lot fun in materialising their special deals.
You will have lunch in one of the selected restaurants of the city. Dinner will be optional with an engaging show at Chez Ali Fantasia, which is quite an interestingly entertaining show. Afterwards, get back to your hotel.
Overnight: Tourist class - Almas. First class - Asni
Day 3: Marrakech – Meknes – Fez
Have your lovely breakfast and head towards discovering Marrakech sightseeing tour, which is located in the northern part and in the foothills of snow capped mountains of Atlas. This city is full of contrasts, on one hand it is having ancient walled city, which is called as Medina, and on the other hand, you will find over four hundred hotels, out of which some are really the eminent ones. You will also find three renowned golf courses here. At Medina, you would find lots of art and craft, which is used in making carpets, textiles, woodwork, ceramics, etc. Women, who are expert in crafts are known to make fine Berber Carpets and Shawls,which are uniquely made from Cactus Silk.
Koutoubia Mosque is also a major landmark of this place. This 12th century mosque is a brilliant presentation of Moorish art, which is made from the structures of Almohad period.
After this, the Twin Towers (Giralda in Seville and Saadines) are known to be the burial places of eminent people, like Sultan Ahmed al Mansour.
Don’t forget to admire the charm of Dejna El Fna Square, which is quite an engaging place to see snake charmers, fortune tellers, dancers and acrobats. You will completely forget your monotony by visiting to this amazingly excited place.
We will leave for the imperial city of Meknes to enjoy the Panoramic city tour. Here, you are really going to admire the beauty of Hedina Square and Mansour Gate. We will continue our trip towards Fez for the enjoyable evening.
Overnight: Tourist class - Zalagh-2. First class - Menzeh or Sofia.
Day 4: Fez
Enjoy your healthy and tasty breakfast and set off for the travel to the most ancient city, Fez. This place is known to have restored the traditional houses. Fez catches the attention for having the old streets, local shops and stalls. It is very important to know the history of this imperial city. A walk to Medina is an amazing experience. It has also been declared as World Heritage Site by Unesco. Here, you will see lot of hustle and bustle of the souks (markets).
Royal Palace and Jewish Quarter are the most worth visiting places. Royal palace comprises of fascinating gardens, a great mosque and a school or Madrassas for qur'anic studies. General public is prohibited to enter the premises, as King of Morocco resides here with his family. Jewish Quarter is a truly special place, adorned and maintained by muslims. The ornamental balconies and forged iron windows characterize this iconic place.
Medina has got the popularity for having the oldest university of the world. It is quite an interesting place to enjoy bronze stuff, lanterns, spices, metal art work and perfumes on nominal prices. You can find lots of such interesting stuff. The mules and donkeys transport the goods here, as it is the largest car-free urban zone of the world, so enjoy the visit to splendid medreses, museums, mosques and the interesting markets especially in the old part of the city.
Enjoy your lunch at your leisure and head back to the hotel for an optional dinner with spectacular show.
Day 5: Fez – Tanger – Tarifa – Costa del Sol
Have breakfast at Fez and make your way towards Tangier with surely the stop on the way. Tangier is a gateway to Africa and has been hugely admired by the poets and writers for it’s great adventurous pleasures. It is a splendid fusion of African and European influences. Do visit Medina, the old walled city, which is an exotic place to enjoy the relaxing tea houses, small shops and brothels too. Place de France is also highly recommended place for social get togethers of middle class families, they enjoy the sea view with lovely tea.
After this place, the journey will take you forward to Pier and ferry boat will bring you back to the strait of Gibraltar, back to Spain. Keep your travel continued towards the coastal region of Costa del Sol. It will be the end of our excellent services.
Hotels detailed above are subject to change