DAY 1: ARRIVAL TO MARRAKECH
Meeting at the airport. We will go to the Riad to rest and then we will have a guided tour, with the official guide, to the most important historical monuments of Marrakech: the Koutoubia Mosque, Jemaa el-Fnaa (World Heritage Site by UNESCO, true heart of the city ), The Majorelle Garden (it is perhaps the most famous garden in Marrakech and certainly the most “selfied”), the Museum of Islamic Art (within the gardens, formerly it was Majorelle’s workshop, and now it is the Museum of Islamic Art Which houses a personal collection of Islamic artifacts owned by Pierre Bergé and Yves Saint Lauren), the Palace of El Badi (these ruins are what remains of a magnificent palace with 360 rooms of marble embedded), the important Bab Agnaou door More than 800 years, this gate was an important entrance to the Medina of Marrakech.) Free night for dinner alone or in groups and enjoy the famous Jemaa el-Fnaa square.
DAY 2: MARRAKECH – CASABLANCA – RABAT
After breakfast, we set off towards Casablanca, the economic capital of the country. We will start the guided tour to see the impressive architecture, stroll through its markets, and visit the splendid Hassan II Mosque located at the edge of the sea. We will continue to Rabat, the political capital of Morocco. It also has a long and rich history, and a lot of monuments to show from Phoenician, Roman, Almohade and Merenid times.
DAY 3: RABAT – FEZ
After breakfast, we leave for the cultural capital of Morocco. We arrived with time to rest and then visit the old Medina of Fez, which is the biggest attraction of the city. We will start with an official guide to the key historic monuments: the famous Bab Boujloud gate (a monumental entrance facing one of the busiest streets in the medina and a good starting point for exploring it), and the Medersa Bou Inania (it was built in the 1300’s and has some beautiful examples of Merenid plaster and carpentry).
DAY 4: FEZ – CHEFCHAOUEN
In the morning we head to Chefchaouen, the sacred village perched on the mountain, located in a natural reserve of the biosphere. Its streets painted white and blue and its people wise, friendly and friendly, offer visitors beautiful downhill horizons, precious samples of local crafts and a peace and serenity that is difficult to find today.
DAY 5: CHEFCHAOUEN
This whole day is to explore the ancient medina. It is a delight of Moroccan and Andalusian influence with red tile roofs, bright blue buildings and narrow streets that converge in the busy Uta el-Hammam Square and its restored kasbah. The city offers a variety of quality accommodations, good food, a lot to do, being a quiet and restful place, without much noise. Ideal for relaxing, exploring, visiting a hamman, practicing yoga, or doing day trips to the green hills.
DAY 6: CHEFCHAOUEN – VOLUIBILIS – MOULAY IDRISS – MEKNES – RABAT
After breakfast, we leave early for Volubilis, the ancient Roman city where the most important archeological sites of Morocco are. In Volubilis free time to visit the area in silence. Possibility of guided tour with local guide to know better these important ruins. After enjoying the impressive Roman remains, we will approach Moulay Idriss, one of the most important pilgrimage centers in Morocco. It is a small city where you can know the most interesting parts of the Medina in less than an hour. The third stop is Meknes, the most “humble” of the four imperial cities of Morocco. After Meknes we continue to Rabat to spend the night and rest.
DAY 7: RABAT – MARRAKECH
After breakfast, we will leave for Marrakech and we will have a 3 hour bus ride. Arrival at noon with time to eat and rest. Afternoon free for the latest purchases or enjoy a hamman.
DAY 8: MARRAKECH – AIRPORT
Airport transfers and end of our service.