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Day 1: Airport Marrakesh
8-Day Marrakech-Fes-Rabat-Casablanca starts at Marrakesh airport then transfer you to the hotel where you will have dinner and spend the night.
Day 2: Marrakesh
On day two we explore Marrakesh, the most important of Morocco’s four former imperial cities Morocco, founded in 1062 by Abu Bakr ibn Umar, chieftain and cousin of Almoravid king Yusuf ibn Tashfin.
We will see the old city (or medina), the tranquil Menara gardens, with their artificial lake, orchards and olive groves, and the Majorelle gardens, all of which are listed UNESCO World Heritage sites. We will also visit the minaret of the Koutoubia.
Day 3: Marrakesh-Ouzoud waterfalls
We start the day with breakfast in the hotel, then leave Marrakesh at 8.00 am and travel to the Middle Atlas Mountains, close to the city of Azilal, to visit the spectacular Ouzoud waterfalls. The water cascades down from a height of over 100 meters, in a series of falls and over several tiers of rocky ledges, before converging in the pool below.
As well admiring as the waterfalls you will have the chance to see old watermills, beautiful green valleys, and orchards, and if we’re lucky we may even see monkeys. In the afternoon you can swim in the river or go for a boat ride.
Day 4: Ouzoud Waterfalls-Beni Mellal-Fez
We leave our hotel at the Ouzoud falls after breakfast and cross the Middle Atlas Mountains, passing through the city of Beni Mellal, the capital of the Tadla-Azilal region and an important economic center with a lively agricultural market, at 625 meters above sea level.
We continue our journey to the city of Fez, passing through dramatically changing landscapes: plateaus of limestone, rivers, and waterfalls, peaks of ancient volcanoes covered with dense forests of cedar and oak.
Day 5: Fez
We have breakfast in our hotel then spend the day exploring Fez, the oldest city in Morocco and home to the world’s oldest university, which was for centuries the cultural and religious center of the Muslim West.
We will visit the old town or Medina, which feels like stepping back in time. This beautifully preserved medieval city is yet another UNESCO World Heritage site, with its magical maze of alleyways and bustling markets or souks, all surrounded by high walls. We will also visit the Medersa(or religious schools) of el-Attarine and BouInania, with their fine examples of Merenid craftsmanship and fabulous views of the old city from the rooftop of el-Attarine; and the Nejjarine fountain with its beautiful mosaics.
We have lunch in a former palace in the medina, and then visit the Bathah museum of folk art, the Royal Palace, and the Merinides tombs, where we have a fabulous view over the city and its ramparts, before returning to our hotel for dinner and a second night.
Day 6: Fez-Meknes-Rabat
After breakfast we leave Fez and continue our journey, passing through pretty Berber villages and pausing for lunch.
After lunch, we visit Meknes, the 16th-century capital whose ruler, Moulay Ismail, modeled himself on Louis XIV of France, the ‘Sun King’. After, plundering his country he opened his spectacular palace decorated with colorful and intricate stucco work, huge and beautifully detailed bronze doors, and many stunning mosaics.
Next, we continue via Moulay Idriss, to Rabat, Morocco’s second-largest city, situated on the Atlantic coast. This is the capital city and residence of the King of Morocco. Here we will have time to visit the city’s many attractions, including the beautiful Mausoleum of Mohamed V, the imposing Hassan Tower (all that remains of a once-splendid ancient mosque), Chellah Gardens and Necropolis, and the Oudaya Kasbah, before having dinner and spending the night in a hotel.
Day 7: Rabat-Casablanca
We leave our hotel after breakfast and travel to Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city and economic capital, steeped in history and full of famous landmarks like the splendid Hassan II Mosque, the largest in Africa and 7th largest in the world, with its towering minaret, which at 210 meters is the world’s tallest.
We will experience Casablanca old and new, visiting both the old medina and Place Mohammed V, a busy shopping street lined by residential blocks dating back to the 1930s, the United Nations Square, and the League of Arab States Park with its palm trees.
Day 8: Casablanca-Marrakesh
After breakfast, we leave Casablanca and travel back to Marrakesh, where we will drop you straight back to your hotel end of your 8-Day Marrakech-Fes-Rabat-Casablanca.
Specification: 8-Days Imperial Cities, Marrakech-Fes-Rabat-Casablanca
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