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- Discover the wonders of Marrakech and Fez, two imperial Moroccan cities.
- Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites, preserved landscapes and authentic Medinas.
- Stay in brilliant 4* or 5* hotels along the way.
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Your Itinerary —
Arrival in Marrakech with welcome by representative. Accommodation at your hotel in Marrakech.
Optional: Marrakech by night in horse-drawn carriage.
Day 2: Marrakech.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today will be devoted to the discovery of Marrakech. See the Minaret of the Koutoubia, a masterpiece of Hispano-Moorish art, which dominates the city and its surroundings. Visit the Saadian Tombs and the mausoleum, which was erected in 1917 and houses the bodies of some 60 Saadians including el Mansour, his successors and his family. Discover the palace of the Bahia, a succession of luxurious and secret apartments opening onto patios.
After lunch you will continue your tour of Marrakech. See the famous Place Djemaa El Fna, the living heart of the Medina and the main tourist attraction of Marrakech. Witness badauds, musicians, shopkeepers, dancers and snake charmers along the way. Wander souks with infinitely varied craftsmanship. Accommodation at the hotel in Marrakech.
Optional: Fantasia evening.
Breakfast at the hotel and free day. Optional: Plateau of Kik in 4x4. Accommodation at the hotel in Marrakech.
Day 4: Marrakech - Casablanca.
Breakfast at the hotel before departing for Casablanca. Lunch in Casablanca folowed by a city tour. Casablanca boasts a harmonious ensemble, ornamented at its centre by a gigantic fountain. The Anfa district illustrates architecture from 1930 to the present day. Built on a hill, with its wide flowered avenues and gardens, its large villas and Corniche cafes, the neighborhood has a Californian accent. It was at the Hotel of Anfa that in 1943 the historic interview between Roosevelt and Churchill took place, during which time the two men settled the modalities concerning the landing of the allies in Normandy in 1944. External visit of the Hassan mosque II, one of the largest in the world. The best Moroccan artisans, and more than 30,000 workers have worked there for more than 50 million hours. Overnight in Casablanca.
Breakfast at the hotel before departure to Rabat for a city tour. The Hassan Tower is the symbol of Rabat. This minaret built in the 12th century is the only vestige of what should have been the largest mosque in the Muslim world, after that of Samara in Iraq. The project was stopped at the death of Sultan Yacoub el-Mansour, in 1199. Opposite is the magnificent mausoleum of Mohammed V that the late King Hassan II had built for his father Mohamed V, a craftsman of independence in 1956 and for whom the best Moroccan craftsmen worked. Continue to Meknes, the imperial city of Moulay Ismail. He undertook to make this city a capital in his own image. Palaces, mosques, fountains, terraces and gardens were built without ceasing for 50 years to fill the gigantic perimetre drawn by the walls. Lunch in an old palace of the Medina.
Depart for Fez (via Volubilis) - an ancient antique capital with magnificent Roman remains. The site was occupied since the Neolithic and towards the 2nd and 3rd centuries by Romans that settled there. They founded Volubilis, with a population of about 20,000. Visit of Volubilis. Accommodation in Fez.
Breakfast at the hotel followed by a visit to Fez. Start in the old Fez "Fez El Bali", one of the largest medieval cities in the world. See the medersa Attarine, one of the most beautiful medersas of Fez. Built in 1325 by Sultan Abu Said, it contains treasures of Merinid art. From the roof there is an interesting view of the inner courtyard of the Al-Karaouine mosque. The Nejjarine Fountain, which sits on the Nejjarin Square, owes its name to the carpenters souk situated below. This fountain, with its enamelled earthenware mosaic is splendid and rather unusual. Enjoy lunch in a former palace of the Medina.
Visit the New City "Fez El Jedid". Built in the 13th century by the Merinids, Fes el Jedid is an administrative and royal city where the King likes to go to mark the solemnity of an event or the importance of a decision. See the Merinids Tombs, of which there are only a few remains, from which one has a view over the city, its oldest ramparts and the surrounding landscape. Accommodation at hotel in Fez.
Day 7: Fez - Beni Melal - Marrakech.
Breakfast at the hotel. Depart to Béni Mélal via Ifrane, a ski resort located in a vast clearing in the heart of an important massif forest and Azrou. Arrivs at Beni Mellal for lunch. Continue to Marrakech, arrival in late afternoon. Accommodation at the hotel in Marrakech.
Day 8: Marrakech - Home.
Breakfast at the hotel. Free time according to your flight schedule. Transfer to the airport, assistance with registration formalities and flight back to Europe.
Your Hotels —
You will stay in the following hotels (or hotels of similar standard) on a Bed and Breakfast basis in a Standard Room.
Sleeps up to
A 15 minute walk from the Agdal Gardens, this lovely hotel offers a daily breakfast, an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi. It features several restaurants serving a variety of cuisine, including an Art Deco restaurant and a terrace restaurant.
Rooms at Adam Park Marrakech Hotel & Spa have air conditioning and a patio or balcony overlooking the surroundings. They are all equipped with a private bathroom and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
Welcome to this unique, boutique Riad, offering just eight rooms decorated with old traditional materials coming from the Medina and local workers.The hotel is just 10 minutes from the Medina and will offer you relaxation, conviviality and tranquillity.
There is a small pond to cool off, sun loungers for making the most of the weather, and a cosy living room perfect for relaxing after a day in the city centre.
Kenzi Basma has been recently renovated and is ideally located in the centre of Casablanca. Charming rooms are all fully equipped with air-conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. They all include a seating area, a desk, minibar and safety box.
The private bathrooms feature a shower and a hairdryer. The hotel Kenzi Basma’s restaurant, Bloom, offers Moroccan and International cuisine. Featuring music, guests can enjoy cocktails at the Lobby Lounge, Le Comptoire.
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Your Journey —
Flights: The flights included are with either a scheduled or no frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.
Transfers: are included as per itinerary.
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