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Imperial Cities Marrakech Tours in Morocco

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Price 700€ 7 Days
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Imperial Cities Marrakech Tours in Morocco

700€ per person

Discover the beautiful Imperial Cities of Morocco including Marrakech. This Morocco tours is a great introduction to Morocco’s centuries-old culture in a remarkably short space of time. You will visit the country’s three most beautiful imperial cities, ancient strongholds with maze-like streets surrounded by towering walls.
You will see colourful markets, grand mosques, Koranic schools and ancient palaces. You’ll visit splendid Roman ruins, Morocco’s most important pilgrim city, its capital city and the snow-capped mountains of the High Atlas. And you’ll return home feeling that you’ve not only observed all of this Eastern culture at arm’s length but that you’ve been immersed up to your neck in it! It is one of the amazing Morocco Tours.

 

Our Morocco Tours itinerary is as below:

 

Day one:

You will arrive to Marrakech airport, and transfer to a Hotel Riad. Check in . Overnight

 

Day two:

After an early breakfast, you will leave Marrakech and drive towards Rabat city passing by Casablanca city.  It will take around 4 to 5h drive. You will visit the Hassan II Mosque. Stop for lunch at a Restaurant in Casablance before you carry on driving to Rabat city. Check in at a Hotel. Overnight

 

Day three:

Prepare for a guided tour of Rabat after breakfast, which will focus on uncovering the city’s history. Visits to Chellah and Kasbah Ouddaya are included in the tour. Free time afterward to stroll around the souks and bazaars in the old medina of Rabat. Then proceed to “Café Maure,” which is located on the bank of the Bouregrag River, for a Moroccan Tea Time with mint tea and Moroccan treats such as “Kaab Ghazal” and “Ghariba.”

Then we’ll travel to Fez.We will stop in Volubilis and Meknes along the way. UNESCO has designated the archeological site of Volubilis as a World Heritage Site. A knowledgeable guide will take you on a tour of the ruins of the Roman and Berber cultures that previously inhabited the area.The journey will then continue to the Imperial City of Meknes, one of Morocco’s lesser-known destinations. It was designed to be the ‘Versailles of Morocco’ and was built by Moulay Ismail. You’ll be able to see the famous Bab El Mansour gate and Lhri after meeting your local guide. These are the city’s principal arteries and veins. Then we’ll continue on our journey to Fez.

 

Day four:

After breakfast, begin your guided city tour of Fez, which served as the kingdom’s capital until 1912.The focus of your journey today will be on exploring Fez’s Medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was founded in the 9th century and is home to the world’s oldest university. Your local guide will take you to the key sights such as Bou-Inania and AttarinMedersa, the tanners, Ess-Seffarine Square, Moulay Idris’ mausoleum, El-Nejjarine square, and the cabinet makers’ souk, as well as the Hebrew district ‘Mellah.’ You will have a pottery class with a master potter on your itinerary so that you may receive the whole Moroccan experience.

After lunch at a local restaurant, you have the option of returning to your hotel or taking a solo stroll around the small streets of the old town. Fez is a fascinating city, and we recommend that you spend a day exploring it.

 

Day  five:

We’ll leave after breakfast and travel to Erfoud via Ifran and Midelt. Erfoud will be our entry point into the magnificent Moroccan Sahara. It is well-known among archeologists because to hundreds of years of fossils. Upon arrival, you will embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure drive across the desolate and sand dunes in 4-wheel vehicles. Along the walk to Merzouga’s camp, take in the stunning sunset.

 

Day six:

After viewing the most beautiful sunrise and having breakfast at the camp, you will ride the camels back to our vehicle place. From there it will be a long day driving to Ait Ben Haddou which is a small town with one of the best-preserved and most sought-after Kasbah’s to visit in all of Morocco. Lunch on the way to Ait benhaddou. Overnight at a Hotel.

 

Day seven:

Drive back to Marrakech, again via Tichka pass. You will arrive in Marrakech early in the afternoon.

 

If you want a short imperial cities trip, that would be possible too. Please contact us

  • Dress Code
    Casual.
  • Included
    A local guide
    accommodation
    Airport transfers
    Food
    Mule for luggage
    Transportation
  • Not Included
    camel riding
    Camels for luggage
    Entrance fees to monuments
    Mineral water
    Sleeping bags
    Soft drinks
    Tips
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Day 1: Arrival to Marrakech airport, and transfer to a Hotel Riad. Check in.
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Day 2: Marrakech – Casablanca - Rabat Depart to Rabat via Casablanca.
After an early breakfast, you will leave Marrakech and drive towards Rabat city passing by Casablanca city.  It will take around 4 to 5h drive. You will visit the Hassan II Mosque. Stop for lunch at a Restaurant in Casablance before you carry on driving to Rabat city. Check in at a Hotel. Overnight
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Day 3: Rabat – Volubilis - Meknes - Fes.
Prepare for a guided tour of Rabat after breakfast, which will focus on uncovering the city's history. Visits to Chellah and Kasbah Ouddaya are included in the tour. Free time afterward to stroll around the souks and bazaars in the old medina of Rabat. Then proceed to "Café Maure," which is located on the bank of the Bouregrag River, for a Moroccan Tea Time with mint tea and Moroccan treats such as "Kaab Ghazal" and "Ghariba."   Then we'll travel to Fez.We will stop in Volubilis and Meknes along the way. UNESCO has designated the archeological site of Volubilis as a World Heritage Site. A knowledgeable guide will take you on a tour of the ruins of the Roman and Berber cultures that previously inhabited the area.The journey will then continue to the Imperial City of Meknes, one of Morocco's lesser-known destinations. It was designed to be the 'Versailles of Morocco' and was built by Moulay Ismail. You'll be able to see the famous Bab El Mansour gate and Lhri after meeting your local guide. These are the city's principal arteries and veins. Then we'll continue on our journey to Fez.
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Day 4: Fes.
After breakfast, begin your guided city tour of Fez, which served as the kingdom's capital until 1912.The focus of your journey today will be on exploring Fez's Medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was founded in the 9th century and is home to the world's oldest university. Your local guide will take you to the key sights such as Bou-Inania and AttarinMedersa, the tanners, Ess-Seffarine Square, Moulay Idris' mausoleum, El-Nejjarine square, and the cabinet makers' souk, as well as the Hebrew district 'Mellah.' You will have a pottery class with a master potter on your itinerary so that you may receive the whole Moroccan experience. After lunch at a local restaurant, you have the option of returning to your hotel or taking a solo stroll around the small streets of the old town. Fez is a fascinating city, and we recommend that you spend a day exploring it.
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Day 5: Fes - Merzouga
We'll leave after breakfast and travel to Erfoud via Ifran and Midelt. Erfoud will be our entry point into the magnificent Moroccan Sahara. It is well-known among archeologists because to hundreds of years of fossils. Upon arrival, you will embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure drive across the desolate and sand dunes in 4-wheel vehicles. Along the walk to Merzouga's camp, take in the stunning sunset.
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Day 6: Merzouga - Ait Benhaddou Kasbah
After viewing the most beautiful sunrise and having breakfast at the camp, you will ride the camels back to our vehicle place. From there it will be a long day driving to Ait Ben Haddou which is a small town with one of the best-preserved and most sought-after Kasbah's to visit in all of Morocco. Lunch on the way to Ait benhaddou. Overnight at a Hotel.
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Day 7: Ait Benhaddou - Marrakech
Drive back to Marrakech, again via Tichka pass. You will arrive in Marrakech early in the afternoon.