Discover Morocco’s imperial cities on a fascinating 6-day journey. Immerse yourself in rich history and cultural treasures in Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fes and Chefchaouen. Delve into the heart of Morocco’s fascinating past and explore iconic landmarks, ancient ruins and vibrant medinas. Explore Morocco’s Imperial Cities in 6 days This immersive itinerary promises an unforgettable experience, combining historical wonders with the enchanting charm of each city. Join us on this extraordinary adventure through Morocco’s imperial cities. Every step you take will reveal a new chapter in the country’s storied heritage. let’s start Explore Morocco’s Imperial Cities in 6 days
Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat
Start your Imperial Cities tour in Casablanca, where our English-speaking driver awaits at the airport. Explore the impressive Hassan II Mosque, open to non-believers, showcasing grand architecture and stunning ocean views. Journey to Rabat, the capital, visiting landmarks like the Hassan Tower and the Kasbah of the Oudayas. Enjoy the UNESCO-listed historic medina at your leisure, exploring lively souks and prestigious museums. End the day in a centrally located riad, immersing yourself in the charm of Rabat.
Day 2: Rabat – Meknes – Volubilis – Fez
Day two of ” Explore Morocco’s Imperial Cities in 6 days the” begins with breakfast at your Rabat riad, followed by a road trip with our driver. First stop: Meknes, once a capital with landmarks like Sultan Moulay Ismail’s mausoleum and the UNESCO-listed historic medina. Next, experience the fascinating Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site boasting ancient temples, mosaics, and arches.
Returning to the present, we head to Fez, a pivotal city in the Imperial Cities circuit. Save in-depth exploration for the next day, allowing time for a glimpse of the city, shopping in lively souks, and exploring traditional handicraft stores.
Day 3: Fez – Visit
Fez occupies a prominent place in this tour of the imperial cities of Morocco. It is not only one of them, but also one of the most important cultural and intellectual centres of the country and of the entire Islamic world. Therefore, after breakfast in your riad, you will meet our official local guide to visit together the most interesting places of its historic centre, declared World Heritage by Unesco.
The walk will take you to emblematic monuments and buildings such as the Karaouine mosque and the university it houses. It is considered to be one of the oldest in the world. Or the Bou Inania and Attarine madrasahs, magnificent examples of Islamic art in the city. On this tailor-made route through the medina, squares such as Nejjarine or neighbourhoods such as the tanners’ quarter can also be visited.
In the afternoon, however, it might be a good idea to have a look at the places that have not been visited in the morning, such as the Jewish quarter (mellah) or the area around the royal palace and its golden gates. Another option is to go to one of the museums to discover its collection, such as the Borj Nord. And, of course, there is the discovery of the city’s crafts and gastronomy. In the evening, after an intense day of sightseeing, you will return to your riad in the medina to rest.
Day 4: Fez – Marrakech
On the fourth day of this tour of the imperial cities of Morocco, we will take a different approach. We will leave Fez for Marrakech, the most visited and admired city in the country. After breakfast, we will set off for the so-called “red city” on a journey that will take us the whole morning.
On arrival in Marrakech, you will have free time to take a first walk around the city. It is full of attractions that cannot be visited in a single day.
You will have the opportunity to visit places and monuments that are not part of the next day’s tour: the modern Gueliz district, the Majorelle gardens, the Marrakech museum, the Yves Saint Laurent museum… and many other possibilities.
A stroll around the medina is also possible. You will have a chance to discover traditional craft shops and restaurants where you can have a taste of local cuisine.
In fact, we will help you to find places adapted to your tastes and preferences. At night, you will sleep in a centrally located riad, which will allow you to move around more freely.
Day 5: Marrakech
Marrakech is a city which has Unesco recognition. Specifically, its historic medina, which is a World Heritage Site, and its Jemaa el-Fna square, which is an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. There is a lot to see and do on this day. After breakfast in your riad, you will meet our official local guide to start a tailor-made tour. Explore Morocco’s The places that can be part of this itinerary are very varied. For example, the exterior of the Kutubia mosque, one of the most famous and beautiful mosques in Morocco.Or the Ben Youssef madrasah, tiled, stuccoed and decorated with cedar wood. Or the Bahia palace, a good example of the refinement and wealth of Marrakesh’s ruling class. Or the Saadian Tombs, one of the country’s most representative tombs.
The afternoon will be free and a good time to continue exploring the city and to add new visits or experiences to the programme. The evening will be the last of this tour of Morocco’s imperial cities. You will retire to your riad in the medina. last 6 days Tours
Day 6: Marrakech – Airport
Day 6: Farewell to Marrakech and this tour of Morocco’s imperial cities. Depending on your departure time, you may have some free time after breakfast and check-out. In any case, our driver will pick you up at the agreed time and place to take you to the city’s airport in a private vehicle. Our service will end at the terminal in the hope of having satisfied your cultural concerns and expectations of a high quality service. End of our tour 6 days Imperial Cities in
- Pick up and drop off at the airport
- Comfortable private transportation with air conditioning
- English speaking driver / tour guide
- Sandboarding in the desert
- Camel ride
- Plane tickets