Tour imperial Cities 5 Day from Casablanca to Fez
Morocco is a land of contrasts, between nature and culture and between the varied terrain of the sea, the desert and the mountains. Go to Marrakesh and revel in the “Red City”, the Koutoubia gardens and the renowned, festive Jemaa El Fna Square. From there, set your sights on Fez or Meknes, but don’t overlook the great sites along the way: Azilal, Beni Mellal, the Ouzoud waterfalls, Lake Bin El Ouidane and Ifrane, known as “Little Switzerland” because of its architecture and cedar forest. Enjoy the imperial cities by walking through the Fez medina and passing through Bab Mansour Gate in Meknes. Then tour the famous ruins at Volubilis just a few miles away.
Day 1: Casablanca – Casablanca
Upon arrival in Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, you will be meet by our driver guide. Depending on arrival time, you will visit the city, of Casablanca “the white city” begins with an orientation tour through its broad avenues, stroll through the narrow streets of the medina, the United Nations Square, the Place Mohammed V, the central market district Endowments, the residential district of Anfa, Boulevard of the Corniche along pools and restaurants and the Hassan II Mosque. As it is the second largest mosque in the world and indeed a beautiful work of art, it is one of the rare mosques opened to non-Muslims. Diner and over night in your hotel .
Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Maken -fez
Depart early after breakfast towards fes .we will stop to visit rabat the capital politics of morocco ,and also overlooks the sea ,we will see the crenellated red ocher walls, more than 5 km long in total and built in the period of ruling the sultan yacoub el-mansour ,which give the city a very special character that distinguishes it. you will cross the medina and its souks ,more authentic than others because the products of shops have turned to local customers .than we visit the Kasbah of the udayas ,erected by a terrible tribe of predators in the twelfth centry .then we visit Hassan 2 tower ,where 4 facades are decorated different from each other,three in shades of pink and one in the gray because of the sea breeze ,the remains of the old mosque and the Mohamed 5 mausoleum next to the tower ,a masterpiece of Moroccan traditional architecture ,full of valuable materials from around the world and splendid decorations .from there you will return to the new town to see the royal palace ,residence of king the merinide dynasty.after lunch we continue to fes. overnight in fes.
Day 3: fez-tours -Fes
After breakfast you will begin your guided tour of the medina, one of the world’s largest walled in cities. You will explore the narrow streets lined with fresh fruit, mounds of spices, intricately woven Berber carpets and many other art objects of Morocco. you will visit Mosques including the Quaraouiyine Mosque founded in 859 by Fatima el Fihri and the Andalusian Mosque dating back to 860. Entry is not permitted to non-Muslims ,Fountains including the Nejjarine fountain,Medersas (Koranic schools) founded as early as the 13th century ,Batha Palace now a museum of arts and traditions,Chouwara Tanneries ,Souks including Souk Attarine, one of the liveliest in the city ,Bab Boujloud with its green and blue ceramics ,Mellah and the 17th century Ibn Danan synagogue,the Kings Palace,in the after noon visit the borj north or south to see the old medina from the top and sunset. over night .
Day 4: fez /Meknes / Moulay Ismail -Casablanca
Depart early after breakfast towards Casablanca ,we will pass through moulay driss where there ‘s the mausoleum of moulay idris the founder of fes , one of the holiest cities in Morocco.then we visit the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis and spend a few time exploring the 2000-year-old ruins and getting a picture of life during the Roman Empire , Upon arrival in Meknes, one has a magnificent view of the Medina. The tour begins with a tour of the walls with monumental gates dating from the seventeenth century Berdaïne Bab, Bab Khemis. We continue exploring the city by the stables (Rua), attics (HERI), and Stud. Stop needed at the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail was for a long time the only mosque that non-Muslims could visit in Morocco. It then exits through the famous Bab Mansour El on the vast square Hedim. On the other side of the square, the Museum of Moroccan Art “Dar Jamai” offers a wide variety of handicrafts.after lunch we continue to Casablanca. overnight in the hotel .
Day 5: Casablanca –airport
Breakfast and private transfer to the airport
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