7 DAYS Imperial Cities tour to Marrakech

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In these 7 days’ tour to Marrakech, you will investigate magical Morocco or you can create your personal magical journey with a tailor-made holiday.

Our plane to this tour to Marrakech will be an investigation for the royal cites that govern Morocco in particular times, visiting souks that are full of life, and charming landscapes, tasting Moroccan special foods enjoying its delicious and  swimming through the culture sea of Morocco where you will travel via the route of 1000 kasbah calling some the Kasbahs History seeing much of their monuments  before falling down in the world of Marrakech catching our breath of his beauty captivating our souls in the labyrinthine alleyways off Marrakech’s famed Djemaa el Fna Square walking back in the time to making a connection with the ancient medina of medieval Fes before going to the thrilling waterfalls of Ouzoud, and the laid back Atlantic coast in Essaouira, honestly speaking Morocco embrace all the characteristics that make him a dramatic holiday destination unlike any other

Itinerary: Tour to Marrakech

 Day -1: Welcome to Casablanca Airport, Transfer to the hotel

First day of the tour to Marrakech. Casablanca the biggest city that is located in mid-western of Morocco nearly to the Administrative Capital of Morocco. We will begin by walking around discovering it’s amazing places tasting the fruitful beauty of its traditional architecture beginning by the Old City; an old neighborhood built as the way which the Old Moroccan cities was, surrounded by many walls, and it includes several doors to enter; we mention the most famous one Bab Marrakech, the only one that still exists after the earthquake that hit the city. We can also have a look to the White Mosque; one of the most touristic attractions in Morocco because it is the largest one in Morocco pulling touristic by its beautiful white color that send a kind of serenity in the soul, and its proximity to the ocean. We can also visit Abdel Rahman Salawi Museum that shows the history of earliest and modern Morocco established in 1940 which is attributed to Abderrahmane Slaoui, a very known Moroccan traveler and explorer, and we can also discover the Hassan 2 mosque that is located directly on the coast nearly to the lighthouse of the neck it was built in 1993, it is considered as the largest spiritual and religious landmark in Morocco, it is chining with its decoration and construction, the landmark mark of the city with the tallest minaret in the world (210 metres, 689 ft). Heading up at one of the famous districts in the city which is AinDiabCorniche, Complete the city tour with the visit of Mohammed V Square in the city center. The supper of the day is optional in the hotel and the night will be spending in Casablanca.

Day – 2: Visit Rabat – Meknes, Volubilis – Fez

On the next day of the tour to Marrakech and following breakfast at one of Rabat’s hotels, we will start exploring all the monuments embraced by the Capital Rabat starting with the Kasbah of Oudaya which was built in the 12th century by ALMOHADS also. This fortress was built with an ANDALUSIAN-STYLE, and what makes the KASBAH a place worth visiting are the monuments that make it up such us JAMAA AL ATIQ mosque, the military work of BORJ SQALA that served as a military base for the Almorabits army in their defense against the Spanish army, the royal residence of the ALAWIT DYNASTY and the PRINCELY HOUSE erected to the west. The top of the Kasbah offers to you the best opportunities to enjoy a striking view of the surrounding area before heading up at Mohammed V Mausoleum built in 1972, which is home to the tombs of the current king’s father Hassan II who died in 1999 and grandfather kings Mohammed V who died in 1962 taking a view also to the grave of Moulay Abdullah the uncle of Mohammed VI finishing our day by visiting Tower Hassan which was built in 12th-century in the time of JACOB the MANSUR period of the ALMOHADS, where this historical parameter was added in the initial list of World Heritage, it is a minaret of an incomplete mosque.

In this way, our visit to Rabat is finished and you will be transferred to the Capital Ismailia of Meknes, the “Moroccan Versailles” known to be one of the oldest cities in the kingdom. Meknes situated in the north of Morocco a royal city fashionable for its imperial past that exists since Morocco was ruler by the Alawite dynasty that governed it between 1672-1727. The mausoleum of SULTAN MOULAY ISMAIL made it the capital in the 17th century a contemporary of Louis XIV before it was relocated to Marrakesh. His royally past has remains such us the splendid gateway of Babb el-Mansour a hug door with vaults and mosaic tiles was completed by MoulayAbdallah in 1732 the son of Moulay Ismail . To the south, the Sahrij Souani also called Norias Basin is a large pond of water accumulation 319m long and 149m wide its depth exceeds two meters, and it is built by Moulay Ismail to irrigate the gardens of Meknes and its water reserve for the medina also this site is used as a scene where many movies filmed there the most famous of which is probably “The Last Temptation of Christ” in 1988 by Martin Scorsese. Lunch is optional you may want to eat at one of Lehdim’s restaurants before driving towards a Berber city that is one of the historical monuments in Morocco, closet to Meknes city for more than 20 kilometers. Many civilizations passed by, but ROMAN civilization had a great influence in it and made it one of the World Heritage site. Volubilis was considered as the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Mauretania. The great wall with its eight doors and some watchtowers that built with a ROMAN touch and the high plateau where you can take a walk and a tour around arches, basilicas, and excellent mosaics along the Decumanus Maximus explained that this Roman city was developed from the 3rd century BC onward as an Amazigh, then proto-Carthaginian, and from the 1st century AD onward, the city grew rapidly under the Roman rule. Lastly we will drive to the spiritual capital of Morocco passing through Mount Zerhoun that took his name from the founder of the IDRISSID state Moulay Idriss 1, it was a forbidden to non-Muslims, (IF TIME PERMITS). The city of Molay Driss Zerhoun tenders to you a large insight toward traditional Moroccan life until we reach Fez for night in a hotel or local riad.


Day – 3:  Fez Sightseeing

Following breakfast in the hotel or the traditional riad, we will start our day tour at the scientific capital and the spiritual city of Fes, the second largest city of Morocco that was a center of the Jewish community during the past historical times. We will start the tour by an opening to the biggest imperial palace in Morocco followed that by a catching eyes view of the old ancient medina moving to experience a real traditional ceramic crafts village of Fes before heading up to old city of Fez el Bali is possible may be defined as the greatest of all Medinas and by its situation and pictured alleyways modifying by the move of donkeys piled high with goods that shows the exists and the stills of traditionally life that is embraced on Fez’s people, also the air perfumed by spices; it kicks us back through times to the Middle Ages. You can have the lunch in one of Fez’s restaurants before moving to the University of AL –Karaouine that built by Fatima Al Fihria in 859, the oldest in the region and in the world according to UNESCO where we find mosques of great renown that was a place for pray and as a library and religious institutions that built by Fatima Al Fihria in 857. The mosque and the University were a center of learning for people from diverse nationalities, they were the point where many cultures were intermixed since then, and it has become one of the leading spiritual and educational centers of Muslims world. Entrancing to the medina to visit Merdersa that is known to be a school for teaching Islamic and Koran. Completing the tour by walking around the souks of the medina paying a visit to the  TANNERY as well that his time back at least nine centuries, so FEZ is famous on producing leathers, we find that the TANNERIES of SHWARARA is one of the famous ones in FEZ. For night you will have an optional supper in a restaurant or in your hotel where you will spend the night.

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Day – 4: Fes – Ifran – Marrakech

Continuing our tour to Marrakech from the spiritual heart of Morocco driving towards the Red city of Morocco, which is known to be “Paris of the Sahara” as it is came on Winston Churchill mouth. You will start the journey by driving via the Middle Atlas Mountains towards the most modern and clean city in Morocco named Ifran. IFRANE means caves in AMAZIGH fashionable as Switzerland of Morocco. It is one of the places that is considered to be with the lowest temperature was ever recorded in Africa, it reached -24 °C in 1935 and it is expects to find animals like the threatened Barbary Macaque and local tree species such as the native Atlas cedar, Scrub oak and the introduced London plane. Lastly, we will drive to BeniMellal where you will have a break for an optional lunch, famous on being an agricultural city near the middle Atlas, continuing the way to Marrakech.

Day – 5:  Marrakech Sightseeing

Here we are in Paris of Morocco as Winston Churchill said to be. This Red city embraces many monuments that worth seeing starting by the Koutoubia Mosque the KOUTOUBIA Mosque, built in the 12th century in the period of influence of Almoravid Dynasty moving to another inspired buildings such as the Giralda in Seville in Spain and the Hassan Tower in Rabat having a break at the Bahia Palace that was built in the late 19th century and was intended to capture the essence of the Islamic and Moroccan style, also we will move to visit Madrasa Ben Youssef that is used to be a school for teaching Koran, it is the largest in all Morocco. Stop next at the Saadian tombs that left by the sultan Ahmed al-Mansur, which is now one of the historical tourists restored by the Beaux-arts service. Due to its magical beauty and charming decoration, the TOMBS have been the main attractive for many to be a good-looking feat of architecture measure visitor inside the country and outside, their fragile streamer and pure architectural lines. Firstly, this PALACE was built as a house to the tombs of the SAADIAN sultan Ahmed al-Mansour, to be one of the touristic places in nowadays. In 1591, the first “koubba” of this burial land was built south of the Kasbahs. Optional lunch at a local restaurant before Continuing the tour with the world-famous Jema El Fna Square the busiest squares in Africa, it is full of storytellers, water sellers, dancers, snakes charmers, and musicians. Your last stop will be the largest captivating traditional souks( native markets ) it is the town’s star attraction you mustn’t miss the Babouche (shoes) Souk, Chouari (carpenter’s) open-air market, El-Attarine (perfume and spice) souk and the Cherratine (leather) souk in the old medina. You will spend the night in a traditional riad or hotel having an optional supper.

Tour to Marrakech city


Day – 6: Marrakech – Essaouira

Eating breakfast in Marrakech then driving to Essaouira seeing in your way the enormous Argan trees on both sides of the road. Goats frequently climb these Argan trees. To eat and to food in, and these trees are the sources of making Argan Oil which produced by several women’s cooperatives and it is used to prepare couscous, salads. Moreover, it was traditionally used as a treatment for skin diseases before being founded as good enough for cosmetics by Europeans manufacturers. Essaouira another touristic country in Morocco that attracts people by its charming and appealing places and monuments; however of being small but it hugs a huge history left by French, Portuguese and jewish populations that considered it as their home; It was inhabited by ancient civilizations such us the ROMANS, and PORTUGAL, and its 18th-century seaport fortress – UNESCO World Heritage. Essaouira is a small blue city easily navigable beach it is well known for its kite surfing and windsurfing, with the powerful trade wind so that it is called “the city of the wind”. Horse riding, camel riding along the beach, quad biking are activities that one can enjoy while staying in Essaouira. Essaouira’s walled medina was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2001. Its well-preserved, late-18th-century fortified layout is a prime example of European military architecture in North Africa. Essaouira’s smooth atmosphere, narrow winding streets lined with colorful shops, whitewashed houses and heavy old wooden doors are the characteristics that made her a wonderful place to stroll. Before driving back to Marrakech, you will have optional lunch in a local restaurant, and dinner will be served in the Marrakech hotel where you are going to spend the night.

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Day – 7:  Casablanca Airport Transfer – End of tour to marrakech

Following breakfast, it is considered in the planned tour that we should transport you to Casablanca airport of Mohammed 5 for your departure flight time. So, the end of the tour to Marrakech from Casablanca. 



What is included

  • Private A/C Vehicle or Minivan (plus fuel)
  • English/Spanish/French speaking driver during the tour
  • Pick up & Drop off at your accommodation
  • Accommodation with evening meals & breakfasts
  • Camel Trek to overnight in nomad desert or luxury camp (Private tents)
  • explore volubilis

What is not included

  • Flights
  • Drinks
  • Lunches