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Duration 04 DAYS 03 NIGHTS

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Day 1: Tangier - Fes

Day Tour from Tangier to Fes

We can collect you from your hotel, the ferry or the airport for an overview of Tangier: the city of writers of the Beat generation who inspired the likes of Paul Bowles and William Burroughs, and was home to favorite son, Ibn Battouta; and lunch. We visit the Medina, the souks, the old and new town before our scenic drive to Fes. Tonight you are treated as royalty staying in the famous Palais Faraj, feasting on Moroccan fare and taking in the magical view over the oldest and largest Medina of Africa. Sleep soundly on the idea of a day filled with adventure beginning in the Medina. Behind a high wall, hundreds of merchants and craftsmen sell a range of products such as dates, fish, spices, copper urns, leather bags, coats and shoes; elaborate kaftans, babouche (leather slippers) carpets, ceramics, bed throws, fabrics, scarves, jewellery, nougat, along with handmade musical instruments. Visiting the Medina, you’ll step back in time, as it was hundreds of years before.

Day 2: Fes

Day Tour to Fes

We pass through El Bali square, then Bab Boujloud: one of the older important doors, after that, we’ll go straight on to Dar Al Batha: a Moorish building mixed with Modern Art. Our visit continues towards the Madrasa Bou Inania: the old Koranic school where young students once learnt the sacred text from the Quran. Our visit will continue towards the Chouara Tannery (the largest and oldest), then Quaraouine Mosque which was built in the IX century by Fatima El Fihtia. The visit will end at Beffarne Square where we leave the Medina via the Semmarine. Back to your luxury accommodation to relax before dinner. 

Day 3: Fes - Rabat

Day Tour from Fes to Rabat

After breakfast, we travel through the lush countryside of farms and olives and pass by the King’s grand horse stables on our way to Rabat: Morocco's capital. Along the way we’ll stop in Meknes, the smallest of the Moroccan imperial cities. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city is surrounded by imposing walls. The visit starts from the Bab Mansour Gate, then onward to the Royal stables and the Jewish quarter. We have lunch and in the afternoon it is back on the road to the archaeological site of Volubilis, the ancient Roman capital of this part of the empire. Then, continue to Rabat. Visiting the city, the political and administrative centre of Morocco, can be seen from outside the Royal Palace (Mechouar), we view the Kasbah Ouadaya with its gardens, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, Hassan Tower II. Dinner and overnight in luxury accommodation in Rabat.


Day 4: TangierTangier Private Tour

Today, we’ll return you to Tangier. After breakfast, depending on your flight schedule, you’ll be transferred to the airport. We are at your assistance for registration formalities and special flight needs before departure. Though just four days, Morocco will be in your hearts as we wave you off, hoping you’ll return sometime soon.