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Morocco

Imperial cities

The imperial cities of Morocco are the cities designated as capital, at different times by different monarchs from Moroccan dynasties: Idrissides, Almoravides, Almohades, Mérinides, Saadiens and Alaouites.
Morocco has four imperial cities: Fez, founded by Sultan Idrissid Idris I, Marrakech, founded by the Almoravid Sultan Youssef Ibn Tashfin, Rabat, founded by the Almohad Sultan Abd al-Mumin, Meknes, founded in the 11th century by the dynasty of Almoravids under the reign of the Alawite Sultan Ismail Ben Sherif.

Koutoubia of Marrakech, dining table in the Moroccan desert, Morocco

Marrakech - the Koutoubia

The Koutoubia Mosque is a religious building built in the 12th century.

Jemaa el-Fna square in Marrakech,dining table in the Moroccan desert, Morocco

Marrakech -
Jemaa el-Fna

Jemaa el-Fna square is a famous public square in the south-west of the medina of Marrakech. This traditional, popular and lively place, particularly at night, attracts more than a million visitors every year.

Tanneries of Fès, dining table in the Moroccan desert, Morocco

Fès - tanneries

Fez is famous for its leather goods, most of which comes from the souk of tanners. The souk is home to three ancient tanneries, the largest and oldest being the tannery of Chouara, which is nearly a thousand years old.

Majorelle garden in Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech - Majorelle

The Majorelle Garden is a tourist botanical garden of about 3000 species on nearly 1 hectare, an Art Deco villa labeled Maisons des Illustres since 2011, and a museum of the History of Berbers.

Bab Mansour of Meknès, dining table in the Moroccan desert, Morocco

Meknès

Meknes is a city located in northern Morocco, known for its imperial past, with remains such as Bab Mansour, a huge door with arches and mosaic tiles.

Koranic school of Fès, dining table in the Moroccan desert, Morocco

Fès - the Koranic school

Koranic schools, called madrassas, are part of the Moroccan heritage and are a must for visiting the oldest medina in Morocco.

Volubilis near Meknes, dining table in the Moroccan desert, Morocco

Meknès - Volubilis

Volubilis was one of the largest Roman cities in Africa. The site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Located near Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, the ruins of Volubilis are the most beautiful Roman ruins of Morocco. They are also among the main Roman ruins in Africa.

Typical tour

Day 1

On the 1st day, you will discover the riches of Marrakech, with its famous place Jemaa el-Fna. You will stroll through the alleys of his souk and visit Koutoubia, the cemetery of Sadim and the palace Baya.
Finally, you will enjoy the calm and the voluptuousness of the famous Majorelle gardens.

Day 2

After a night in Marrakech, we will head to Casablanca to discover the magnificent Hassan II mosque, the largest religious building in the kingdom open to the public.
Then we will discover Meknes and its medina, before going to explore the Roman ruins of Volubilis, heritage of Unesco.

Day 3

On the third day, you will visit the medina of Fez, its souk and its incredible tanneries before taking the direction of Chefchaouen.
In the famous blue city at the foot of the Riff mountains, you will discover the red walled kasbah, fortress and keep of the fifteenth century.

Day 4

On the last day, after a good breakfast, we will take the road to Marrakech or any other city from which you want to leave.

Day 1

On the 1st day, you will discover the riches of Marrakech, with its famous place Jemaa el-Fna. You will stroll through the alleys of his souk and visit Koutoubia, the cemetery of Sadim and the palace Baya.
Finally, you will enjoy the calm and the voluptuousness of the famous Majorelle gardens.

On the last day, after a good breakfast, we will take the road to Marrakech or any other city from which you want to leave.

Day 2

After a night in Marrakech, we will head to Casablanca to discover the magnificent Hassan II mosque, the largest religious building in the kingdom open to the public.
Then we will discover Meknes and its medina, before going to explore the Roman ruins of Volubilis, heritage of Unesco.

On the third day, you will visit the medina of Fez, its souk and its incredible tanneries before taking the direction of Chefchaouen.
In the famous blue city at the foot of the Riff mountains, you will discover the red walled kasbah, fortress and keep of the fifteenth century.

Day 3

Day 4

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