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Medersa el Attarine
Medersa el Attarine
Kites Flying over Tarifa Beach
Kites Flying over Tarifa Beach
Gibraltar
Gibraltar
Play with Barbary Macaques
Play with Barbary Macaques
Lighthouse at Europa Point
Lighthouse at Europa Point
View to the rock of Gibraltar
View to the rock of Gibraltar
Dolphins Safari in Bay of Gibraltar
Dolphins Safari in Bay of Gibraltar
Bab Bou Jeloud
Bab Bou Jeloud
Bab Chorfa
Bab Chorfa
Bab Bou Jeloud gate (The Blue Gate)
Bab Bou Jeloud gate (The Blue Gate)
Borj Sud
Borj Sud
The Courtyard of the Dar Batha Museum
The Courtyard of the Dar Batha Museum
Souks District and Tanneries
Souks District and Tanneries
Fez
Fez
Passageway into Mosque Courtyard
Passageway into Mosque Courtyard
Fez el Bali
Fez el Bali
Typical Street in the Old Medina
Typical Street in the Old Medina
Medersa Bou Inania
Medersa Bou Inania
Fez el Jedid Royal Palace
Fez el Jedid Royal Palace
Fez el Jedid Royal Palace
Fez el Jedid Royal Palace
Jewish Cemetery in Meknes
Jewish Cemetery in Meknes
Bab Mansour in Meknes
Bab Mansour in Meknes
Meknes
Meknes
Story Teller in Meknes
Story Teller in Meknes
Moulay Ismail Mausoleum in Meknes
Moulay Ismail Mausoleum in Meknes
Bab Agnaou
Bab Agnaou
Bahia Palace
Bahia Palace
Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Marrakesh Souk
Marrakesh Souk
Marrakesh Souk
Marrakesh Souk
Medina
Medina
Medina
Medina
Menara Gardens
Menara Gardens
Marrakech Museum
Marrakech Museum
Marrakech Museum
Marrakech Museum
Saadian Tombs
Saadian Tombs
Djemaa el Fna square
Djemaa el Fna square
Selling Food at Djemaa el Fna square
Selling Food at Djemaa el Fna square
Djemaa el Fna
Djemaa el Fna
Saadian Tombs
Saadian Tombs
Saadian Tombs
Saadian Tombs
El Badi Palace
El Badi Palace
Ouarzazate
Ouarzazate
Weekmarket
Weekmarket
Great Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
Great Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
Great Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
Great Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
The Hassan II Mosque
The Hassan II Mosque
Hassan II Mosque Interior
Hassan II Mosque Interior
View over Rooftops of the Medina in Casablanca
View over Rooftops of the Medina in Casablanca
Sacre Coeur Cathedral
Sacre Coeur Cathedral
Royal Palace of Casablanca
Royal Palace of Casablanca
Volubilis
Volubilis
Roman Ruins in Volubilis
Roman Ruins in Volubilis
Rabat
Rabat
Tangier
Tangier
Tangier
Tangier
Tangier
Tangier
Morocco Atlantic Coast
Morocco Atlantic Coast
Medersa el Attarine
Medersa el Attarine
Kites Flying over Tarifa Beach
Kites Flying over Tarifa Beach
Gibraltar
Gibraltar
Play with Barbary Macaques
Play with Barbary Macaques
Lighthouse at Europa Point
Lighthouse at Europa Point
View to the rock of Gibraltar
View to the rock of Gibraltar
Dolphins Safari in Bay of Gibraltar
Dolphins Safari in Bay of Gibraltar
Bab Bou Jeloud
Bab Bou Jeloud
Bab Chorfa
Bab Chorfa
Bab Bou Jeloud gate (The Blue Gate)
Bab Bou Jeloud gate (The Blue Gate)
Borj Sud
Borj Sud
The Courtyard of the Dar Batha Museum
The Courtyard of the Dar Batha Museum
Souks District and Tanneries
Souks District and Tanneries
Fez
Fez
Passageway into Mosque Courtyard
Passageway into Mosque Courtyard
Fez el Bali
Fez el Bali
Typical Street in the Old Medina
Typical Street in the Old Medina
Medersa Bou Inania
Medersa Bou Inania
Fez el Jedid Royal Palace
Fez el Jedid Royal Palace
Fez el Jedid Royal Palace
Fez el Jedid Royal Palace
Jewish Cemetery in Meknes
Jewish Cemetery in Meknes
Bab Mansour in Meknes
Bab Mansour in Meknes
Meknes
Meknes
Story Teller in Meknes
Story Teller in Meknes
Moulay Ismail Mausoleum in Meknes
Moulay Ismail Mausoleum in Meknes
Bab Agnaou
Bab Agnaou
Bahia Palace
Bahia Palace
Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Marrakesh Souk
Marrakesh Souk
Marrakesh Souk
Marrakesh Souk
Medina
Medina
Medina
Medina
Menara Gardens
Menara Gardens
Marrakech Museum
Marrakech Museum
Marrakech Museum
Marrakech Museum
Saadian Tombs
Saadian Tombs
Djemaa el Fna square
Djemaa el Fna square
Selling Food at Djemaa el Fna square
Selling Food at Djemaa el Fna square
Djemaa el Fna
Djemaa el Fna
Saadian Tombs
Saadian Tombs
Saadian Tombs
Saadian Tombs
El Badi Palace
El Badi Palace
Ouarzazate
Ouarzazate
Weekmarket
Weekmarket
Great Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
Great Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
Great Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
Great Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca
The Hassan II Mosque
The Hassan II Mosque
Hassan II Mosque Interior
Hassan II Mosque Interior
View over Rooftops of the Medina in Casablanca
View over Rooftops of the Medina in Casablanca
Sacre Coeur Cathedral
Sacre Coeur Cathedral
Royal Palace of Casablanca
Royal Palace of Casablanca
Volubilis
Volubilis
Roman Ruins in Volubilis
Roman Ruins in Volubilis
Rabat
Rabat
Tangier
Tangier
Tangier
Tangier
Tangier
Tangier
Morocco Atlantic Coast
Morocco Atlantic Coast
7-Day Morocco Tour: Fez, Meknes, Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat and Tangier
7 days, 6 nights
From EUR
€640,00
Get ready to leave for the most alluring seven days tour from Costa del Sol to visit Fez, Meknes, Marrakech, Rabat and Casablanca. Explore these magnificent places for the ultimate charm of the hotspots and renowned historic monuments with rich inheritance and World Heritage titles.

Highlights

What you can expect

Set out from Costa del Sol to visit Fez, the spiritual capital. Here, you would love to visit Royal Palace for its outside fascination. After this, 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. Discover Meknes for a short tour and to admire the delightful charm of Mansour Gate, which is the largest and the most stunning gates of Meknes.

Go ahead for the sightseeing tour of Marrakech for visiting Koutoubia Mosque for experiencing the Moroccan style of architecture. You would also admire the outside beauty of the Twin towers. You will find Bay Palace and Dejna El Fna Square as quite adventurous places to find many acrobats, interesting fortune tellers, etc. Go for enjoying the optional show of Fantasía Chez.

Leave for Casablanca, which is the largest city of Morocco. We will go for enjoying the short panoramic city tour of this alluring place and  visit its  notable spots, like Cathedral, Hasan Towers and Old Medina. 

Explore Rabat to experience the fascination of  its important spots like, Royal Palace is famous for the classic Islamic architecture. Pay a visit to the historic tombs of Mohammed v Mausoleum. Another important spot, Hassan Tower is considered as the world’s tallest Minaret.

Itinerary

Day 1: Costa del Sol – Fez

Enjoy your breakfast and depart for Algeciras or Tarifa to cross the strait of Gibraltar by a Ferry boat. First, you will reach Morocco, which is known for its old magical splendor. Apart from the natural beauty of deserts, mountains, etc. Morocco is famous for its wonderful craft, it is known to have great leather work, carpentry, amazing ceramic and vibrant collection of craft items. Its mint tea is also amazingly made for all the important discussions.

Here you will disembark and reach Fez, which has got the popularity for having the oldest Qarawiyyin university. It has also got the eyeballs for being the largest car-free urban zone of the world. Here the transport is managed by mules, donkeys and handcarts. It has amazing medreses, museums, mosques and the interesting markets especially in the old part of the city. Head back to the hotel for a nice stay and great dinner.

Overnight: Tourist class - Menzeh Zalagh or Sofia (4-star). First class - Royal Mirage or Parc Palace (4-star)

Day 2: 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 3: Fez – Meknes – Marrakech

Have breakfast and depart for Marrakech. On the way, you will also get to visit Meknes, which is an imperial city, bustling with modernisation. It is quite a vibrant place with stunning Royal Palace, amazing restaurants and lively nightlife. Bab el Mansour is the largest and the grandest all imperial Morocco gates. It is very well maintained with awesome inscriptions written over. It is surely one of  the most popular historical monuments. You can see an Ancient Palaces and Dar Jamai Museum, great deserts and lovely markets, etc.

After that, the journey will be resumed to take you to Marrakech, the name itself means ‘‘The Land Of God”. This imperial city is divided into two parts. The old historic part of the city is called as Medina, which is famous for its narrow streets and crumbling palaces, noisy souks and trained artisans. The another part of the city is drastically different. This place, which is named as Gueliz or Ville Nouvelle, is made in ultra modern European style, has the chain of modern food courts, restaurants and lavish branded stores.

Explore this place for Bahia Palace, which is famous for its excellent architecture. You may also see beautiful mosques, museums, galleries, squares and gardens for passing the best quality time. Head back to hotel for enjoying a nice dinner and good sleep.

Overnight: Tourist class - Atlas Asni or Golden Tulip (4-star). First class - Atlas Medina or Royal Mirage.

Day 4: Marrakech

Have breakfast at Marrakech and head towards the major landmarks of the city, like Koutoubia, Twin Tower of Giralda in Seville and Saadiness Tombs, which were discovered in 1917. Sultan Ahmed al Mansour was buried here. These tombs are the major tourist highlight for it’s artistic charm of the decoration. At the end of 1900, this place was considered as the most luxurious building of the kingdom with sprawling gardens and impressive decorations. Make a delightful visit to Bay Palace for its typical architecture.

Must pay a visit to Dejna El Fna Square, which is quite an interesting place to see snake charmers, fortune tellers, dancers and acrobats. You will completely forget your tiredness by visiting this amazingly excited place. Have delicious lunch of your choice at one of the nicest restaurants and enjoy your leisure afternoon to explore the city on your own.

In the evening go for enjoying an optional show of Chez Ali Fantasia, which is absolutely enthralling and engaging. It is known to have seductive ambience and the show is performed by the great acrobats, dancers and singers. After enjoying at your heart's content, head back to your hotel for sheer comfort and relaxation.

Day 5: Marrakech – Casablanca – Rabat

Have breakfast at your Marrakech hotel and move towards Casablanca, which is the largest city of Morocco. We will go for short panoramic tour of this place. It is amongst the rocking metropolitans of the world with all the modernized boutiques, well maintained french colonial buildings, interesting markets and great old part of the town. There are some important sights which you can’t afford to miss, like Place Mohammed V, which is located in the main Square of the town with huge fountain. It is surrounded by classic French Colonial architecture.

Must visit Solidarita Feminine to experience Hammam, you would love to try steam bath and scrub in an old moroccan way. The Corniche is also an exciting place to try out some tempting food in amazing restaurants. You can also go for having fun and relaxation in sizzling night clubs here.

After this short trip, we will head towards Rabat, where you will have nice dinner and accommodation waiting for you.

Overnight: Tourist class - Chellah(4-star).  First class - Golden Tulip (4-star) or Rabat (4-star).

Day 6: Rabat – Tangier

Have breakfast at the hotel of Rabat and set off for the amazing city tour of this diplomatic and administrative capital of Morocco. We will go for the most significant and delightful sightseeing of Rabat. It’s really an incredibly soothing and welcoming place, which offers a great deal of amazingly ancient historical monuments and stunning architecture. This is a perfect place for neat and clean beaches.

Le Tour Hassan and gardens are known as very well preserved places, so you will surely admire the scenic lush green landscapes of this place.

Hassan Tower is an important place to visit, as it is a great landmark and most striking historic place of 12th century. Similarly, Royal Palace is also equally significant place to visit, as the king of Morocco lives here with his family.

Mohamed Mausoleum is one of the most prestigious modern monuments, made in typically moroccan style. This place is lavishly adorned with zellij mosaic and exotic designing. This is famous for having the tombs of father and grandfather of present king of Morocco.

We will depart for Tangier via Larache. We will set off for the short city tour of this place. Tangier, being a loveable place, forced the writers and poets to write the beautifully romantic stuff. Tangier presents an exciting blend of African and European influences.

It has also got the popularity for having The Medina, which is famous for the tea stalls, shops and not to be missed brothels. You can also visit Place de France for sipping some nice tea and enjoying the sea view. Similarly, Kasaba is also a lovely to enjoy a nice view of the ocean. 

After having an amazing day time, go for having dinner and serene ambience of the hotel.

Overnight: Tourist / First class - Atlas Almohade or Rif

Day 7: Tangier – Costa del Sol

Have breakfast at your Tangier hotel and get ready to move for the journey to Pier, from where you will board a ferry and come across strait of Gibraltar, which will bring you back to Spain. From Spain you will head towards Costa del Sol, where will mark the end of our excellent services

Hotels detailed above are subject to change

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€780,00

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€915,00

Twin Standard


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€640,00

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€765,00
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