From 1480 Euro (up to 3 passengers)
City tour in the same day or the following day if the clients arrive in the evening. The main sites:
-Hassan 2 mosque-the second largest in the world, with a stunning architecture.
-La Corniche- an interesting popular site along the coast, where we can see restaurants, hotels, private beaches, etc.
-Mohamed 5 square-the beating heart of Casablanca, and a melting pot where tourists from different places meet.
our the city whose major attractions are:
-The Royal Palace
-Mohamed 5 mausoleum-the most impressive in the country, where the latest kings are buried
-Oudaya kasbah-a 17th century fortress, which has an amazing view on the Atlantic ocean.
Then, head to Chefchaoun, where you will stay overnight.
Explore the little colorful streets, the kasbah and the main square called Outa Hammam. Afterwards, depart to Fes.
Discover the largest medina in the world, with its impressive labirinthyne streets. You will see(from outside) the oldest university(and mosque at the same time) in the world(still operational)-Qarawiyyin University, mederasas(13th/14th century schools). You will also have a chance to see places where the local crafts are made by the hand for centuries-tanneries for leather, pottery factories, etc. Sometime you will be taken to see(from outside) The Royal Palace with its impressive seven doors made of mainly of brass. Attached to it is the Jewish quarter.
After the tour, you will go back to your hotel for your second night.
The main city sites: -Bab Mansour-an lmpressive gate in the medina with a stunning architecture -Heri Souani-the stables and graneries of the king who built the city in 17th century.6
Explore the tourist capital of Morocco and the most charming city in the country. The major sites are:
-Majorelle Gardens-the most visited garden in Marrakech.
-The Koutoubia 12th century mosque-the largest in the city.
-The Bahia Palace-an old 19th century palace with beautiful gardens and impressive architecture.
A day trip to explore the three major valleys outside Marrakech. You will have a chance to see where and how the Berbers live in those interesting parts of the High Atlas Mountains. The Berbers are the first inhabitants of Morocco, and they still keep a lot of customs they inherited from their ancestors for centuries.
Late afternoon, return to Marrakech for your last night.
N.B: the departure and arrival times are flexible, so they can slightly change when necessary.