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Morocco Imperial Cities Tour

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18 September 2019

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Fes – Meknes – Rabat – Casablanca – Marrakech

Tour Program – Morocco Imperial Cities Tour

• Fez – 2 nights

•Meknes – 1 night

• Rabat – 2 nights

•Casablanca and the visit of the Hassan II Mosque

•Marrakech – 2 nights

  • Enter Directly With Voucher
  • 3 Hours
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Tour Details

We will drive you to Fes, the center of the religious and cultural life of Morocco, we will also go to Meknes to visit its fabulous palace of the Sultan Moulay Ismail, passing through Rabat and visit its magnificent monuments and the old Medina , We will go to the Hassan II Mosque of Casablanca and finally, we will visit the city of Marrakech, Known as Red City.

 
 

Departure & Return Location

Marrakech

Meeting Time

8h00 AM

Price Includes

  • Transportation in modern and air-conditioned minibus or van
  • English-speaking driver
  • Car Fuel
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Lunches/ drinks
  • Entrance fees to monuments
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Guide Service Fee
What to Expect
  • Explore the imperial cities of Morocco
  • Roam in the lost streets of Fez Medina on this Morocco Imperial Cities tour
  • Discover ancient Roman ruins outside of the old capital of Morocco
  • Discover the Hassan II mosque
 
 
Itinerary

Marrakech

Reception at Marrakech airport and transfer to your Hotel.

Fes

Fez is one of the largest medieval cities in the world. Its narrow streets and medieval Islamic schools, restaurants, shops, markets, shops and ancient palaces make this city a special and magical place, although sometimes chaotic.
Fez, the capital of the north, was founded a few years after the Arabs visited this region. Around 800 BC. J.C., King Idris II continues the wish of his father which was to build a new capital.

Thus, Fes was born, moving from a modest Berber town to a large residential town with an important shopping center, thanks to the arrival of 8,000 Al Andalusian families, who quickly mixed with the Arab families from Qayrawan. Tunisia.
Fez is a city that has a lot to offer to its visitors. You can visit a considerable amount of monuments as well as royal palaces, narrow streets with local bazaars and shops. You can also visit the old dyers and tanneries and lose yourself in the old medina.

Meknes and the Roman ruins of Volubilis

Meknes is part of the imperial cities of Morocco. It is about a hundred kilometers from Fez. Meknes is probably the quietest of the imperial cities. It is a city that reflects its heritage very well since it was, in other times, the center of the Moroccan Sultanate. This is still visible in the various palaces and castles that surround the ancient Medina.
The Berber tribe of the Meknassis settled in the region in the 10th century, but it was only from the 17th century that the city began to gain momentum and importance as an imperial city. It was when the Alawite dynasty established there the capital of the power of Moulay Ismail. In 1755, the great tidal flush of Lisbon had repercussions on Meknes, some of whose monuments were destroyed and lost forever. Despite this, and after many reconstructions, Meknès is today, one of the urban spots of Morocco.

Rabat

This great capital is an interesting point if one wants to escape the imperial cities very visited by the tourists. Rabat is a rather modern and cosmopolitan city although it remains a city full of ancient palaces and medinas facing the Atlantic. Rabat is a city where there is much to see, from its magnificent palaces, to the mausoleum Mohammed V, the old kasbah of Oudaias as well as the Andalusian gardens.

Rabat has many ancient Phoenician and Roman buildings, but it was only in the 10th and 12th centuries, with the arrival of the Almohads that the city became important. Then, Yacoub Al-Mansour began his conquest of the Iberian Peninsula and, a few years later, Ribat al-Fatah aka Rabat became a prosperous center. Rabat was the capital of Morocco for many years until the French decided to transfer the government to the city of Fez.

Marrakech

Marrakech is the capital of the south. It is a unique city, although today it has become a very touristy place. Marrakech was, twice, the capital of Morocco and it was the who gave the western name of “Morocco”. Marrakech was founded in 1062 by the Almohad sultan Youssef Ben Tachfinand. It quickly became a prosperous city and one of the most important Islamic and artistic centers, after the conquest of Spain by the Almohads.
Marrakech is a city that offers a lot to travelers and that is why we recommend spending at least two days in this amazing city. Its renowned place Jma El-fna is one of its attractions. It is a place with “stand restaurants”, where you will meet snake charmers, monkeys, acrobats, fire-eaters, live music as well as countless doors overlooking the souk. Without doubt a must of Morocco.