Day 1: Arrival at Casablanca Mohamed V airport, “Morocco travel”

Assistance and transportation to the hotel are given. Dinner and a night in.

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat :

We’ll begin the day by visiting the Hassan II Mosque, which, after Mecca and Medina, is the largest in the Islamic world. It was constructed facing the sea, where it dominates the top of Casablanca at 210 meters from its minaret (two-thirds of the 9-acre site is retrieved from the water). It needed the skills of Morocco’s best artisans. The next thing on our agenda is a visit to Casablanca’s medina and the Habbous neighborhood, which were designed by the French in the Arab-Andalusian style. Following that, we’ll travel to Rabat.

Day 3: Rabat

The kasbah Oudaya, white and blue homes, and narrow winding streets are among the sights we see. We’ll spend some time in the Andalusian garden after admiring the medina’s massive doors. The tour continues with stops at the Hassan Tower and the Mohammed V mausoleum until concluding with Chellali’s burial site and extensive gardens.

Day 4: Rabat – Meknes

On our way to Meknes, we’ll stop at the ruins of Volubilis, the ancient Roman capital (Oualili). Tingitane, the former capital of Mauritania, has a massive Arc de Triomphe in front of the GRIP plain, as well as numerous mosaics.

Day 5: Meknes – Fez

We’ll go to Meknes’ Medina, which has some of the highest walls in all of Morocco travel. It is home to Moulay Ismail’s magnificent mausoleum, as well as home water (Dar-el-Ma), Moulay Ismail’s stables (Heri es Souani), and the massive Agdal lake. We depart for Fez at the end of the day.

Day 6: Fez

We’ll go to Medina (ancient city), Morocco’s oldest imperial city. It was established in 789 and grew to a population of 818 people, accepting Muslims expelled from Cordova. It continued to spread in concentric circles until the seventeenth century when the Alawite shifted their allegiance to Meknes. The Medina is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that includes some of the most magnificent Islamic architecture, including the mosques Karaouiyine Medersa Bou Inania and El-Attarine Zaouia of Moulay Idriss, as well as the El Fondouk Nejjarine museum, which has been transformed. The district tanners can also be seen.

Day 7: Fez – Casablanca

The morning is dedicated to visiting the Jewish community (Jewish quarter), and the beautiful doors outside the Royal Palace were open. Before returning to Casablanca, we admire the panoramic view of the city from the top of Borj (fortified stronghold).

Day 8 : Casablanca – Aéroport

Breakfast is served, followed by a transition to the airport in accordance with the flight schedule. Our services have come to an end.