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Welcome and transport to your hotel. Night at the hotel.
Day devoted to the visit of the city: the Mosque of the Koutoubia and its minaret, the splendour of the Saadian Tombs, the Palace of Bahia and the Private Museum of Marrakech. Followed by the exploration of the red city, strolling through the souks, labyrinth of Shadows and lights, of the famous Djemaa El Fna square, meeting point of the populations of the desert and mountains. Night at the hotel.
(approx. 490 km/7 h 30). Delivery of the car and departure for Fez through the massif of the Middle Atlas via Beni-Mellal, agricultural market and commercial center in full expansion, located at 625 m altitude. Continuation of the course with the alternation of grandiose landscapes: limestone plains, cascading streams, volcanic pitons, dense and dark forest of cedars and Holm Oaks … Night at the hotel.
Day devoted to the visit of the oldest of the imperial cities, founded around the year 790 by Idriss 1st. Fez, cultural and intellectual centre of the country, has preserved many vestiges of its prestigious past: the Mosque and the University (MEDERSA) Karaouine which remains the largest of Morocco, the AttarineMedersa , the Mosque of the Andalusians, the Fountain Nejjarine, the Medina and the souks grouped by crafts. Typical lunch in Fez.Night at the hotel.
(320/4 h).Departure for Meknes with a stop at Volubilis to discover all the Roman ruins.Heading to Meknes. In addition to its remarkable religious monuments, the ancient capital has preserved some vestiges of its splendour, its monumental gates including that of Bab El Mansour. Road to Rabat, capital of the kingdom and headquarter of the government. Night at the hotel.
(Approx.. 350 km/4 h). Visit of Rabat, administrative capital and headquarters of the Government, its monuments, its wide avenues and its favorable climate, throughout the year make it the second imperial City “with the 14 minarets”. Departure to Casablanca, economic capital and main port of the country. Visit the landmarks of the city, Mohamed V square, the United Nations square… and finally visit to the Hassan II Mosque. A coastal city, Casablanca has a 200 m high minaret, which is actually the highest religious building in the world. Return by car and night in Marrakech.
Free day.In the evening, dinner with folklore night at the hotel.
Transport to the airport.