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Imperial Cities: 3-Day Trip from Marrakech to Chefchaouen

1. Imperial Cities: 3-Day Trip from Marrakech to Chefchaouen

Day 1: Marrakech – Béni Mellal – Azrou - Ifran – Fez Depart Marrakech and cross the Atlas Mountains, in a green environment populated by baboon monkeys. Surrounded by colorful fields and hills, the road leads to the dam of Beni Mellal. Stop to make beautiful photos in the cedar forest, then drive to one of the world’s cleanest and most fascinating cities, Ifrane, known in Morocco as “Little Switzerland.” Explore a quick city tour around Fez. Day 2: Fez – Chefchaouen Following breakfast at your hotel, get ready to continue your visit by the labyrinthine streets of Fez and explore the oldest medina of Morocco built from the 7th century with its Souks, palaces, mosques, Koranic schools and Mellah. Travel through the mountains of Rif to the beautiful Berber city of Chefchaouen. Accompanied by your guide, spend your time exploring the whitewashed streets of Chaouen, animated by the beautifully dressed locals. Day 3: Chefchaouen – Rabat – Casablanca - Marrakech Head to Rabat to explore the capital of Morocco and the residence of the king. Visit the Hassan Tower with its mausoleum of King Mohammed V. Then it’s on to Casablanca for a visit to the majestic Hassan II mosque, the largest mosque in the world.

Casablanca: City Highlights Tour

2. Casablanca: City Highlights Tour

Your Casablanca walking tour begins at Hassan the II mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco and the third largest in the world. Admire the mosque's imposing minaret, which stands at 210 meters tall, then head to the famous Rick’s Cafe, a stylish reproduction of the bar from the iconic Casablanca movie. Next, follow your guide through the picturesque alleyways of the city to reach the Medina, where you can browse the stores alongside locals going about their daily shopping. From here, visit the nearby palace of Mahkama du Pacha, a grand Moorish-style building featuring mosaics, marble columns, and carved cedar ceilings. Make your way over to the Habous quarter, also known as the New Medina, and shop for authentic Moroccan goods and souvenirs such as clothing, leather, jewelry, and food. Make a stop at a local bakery next where locals take their homemade breads and pastries to be baked. Enjoy a tasting of some freshly baked bread, then visit one of the oldest pastry houses in Casablanca, tucked in a laneway off the Souq Habous. Sample some traditional Maghribi pastries before washing it down with a coffee or mint tea at a nearby cafe.

Casablanca Guided Sightseeing Tour

3. Casablanca Guided Sightseeing Tour

See the most important sights of Casablanca on a sightseeing and walking tour. Named "White House" by a group of Spanish and Portuguese sailors who marveled at the white houses facing the ocean in the Anfa district, today Casablanca ("Dar El Beida" in Arabic) is a bustling city of boulevards and modern infrastructure. Walk around the Habous district, where the small squares and narrow arcade streets provide a fine example of contemporary city planning mixed with the maze-like streets of the traditional medina. Continue towards United Nations Place and the majestic Mohammed V Square. Then, go to the lively Central Market and the surrounding Royal Palace. Explore the colorful Habous Quarter and the Mehkma (Tribunal). Visit the Notre Dame de Lourdes cathedral and the famous Hassan II Mosque to experience 2 religious epicenters of the city. End with a pleasant stroll through the residential area of Anfa and shop in the newly built Morocco Mall on the seafront. 

Casablanca: Central Market Food Tour with Tastings and Lunch

4. Casablanca: Central Market Food Tour with Tastings and Lunch

Get a perfect introduction to Moroccan gastronomy at the Central Market in Casablanca, one of the most famous urban markets in Morocco known especially for its fish. Explore this essential place in the Casablancan gastronomic scene with a licensed guide, and select your catch of the day to have for lunch after. Meet your official guide at the meeting point then set off to discover Moroccan culinary culture in the Central Market. During the tour, try a wide variety of tasty Moroccan products while hearing about them and the city of Casablanca from your passionate guide. After numerous tastings, shop at the fish markets to choose your lunch. Once you've chosen your fish, head to a casual restaurant nearby where it will be prepared for you. Then, savor your fresh fish with salads and traditional Moroccan accompaniments. Dessert will be served at La Sqala, a restaurant and historical monument located opposite the fishing port. A fortified bastion of the 18th century, La Sqala is one of the few vestiges of the reign of Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah, Sultan Alaouite, the central figure in the reconstruction of Casablanca in 1770.

From Casablanca: Imperial Cities of Morocco 6-Day Tour

5. From Casablanca: Imperial Cities of Morocco 6-Day Tour

Day 1 : Casablanca Upon arrival in Casablanca, you will be met at the airport and taken to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you will visit the city, including a visit to the Hassan II mosque, one of the world’s biggest mosques, as well as the districts of Sqala and Habous.  Day 2 : Rabat - Meknes - Volubilis The next morning you will journey to the capital of Morocco, Rabat. Visit the Royal Palace, the Ouadaya Gardens Kasbah and the Hassan Tower Mosque. After lunch, you'll be driven to the Berber town of Meknes. Explore the intricate gateways, beautiful gardens and at 40-meter high city wall. Next is the ancient Roman city of Volubilis. Dating back to AD 40, Volubilis is home to some of the most impressive Roman ruins in North Africa. You'll finish the day with a short drive to the medieval city of Fez. Day 3 : Fez After breakfast you will begin a guided tour of the Fes, one of the world’s largest walled cities. Explore the narrow streets lined with fresh fruit, mounds of spices, intricate Berber carpets and many other local crafts. For lunch you may choose to eat in a traditional restaurant in the heart of the medina. After lunch, you will continue the tour to visit the King’s Palace and then the famous tanneries. Day 4 : Ouzoud Waterfalls After an early breakfast, you will depart for Marrakech via the Ouzoud Waterfalls. The beautiful drive will take you up into the Middle Atlas Mountains and along the base of the High Atlas Mountains. Along the way, you'll make a short stop in Ifrane to enjoy a walk along the cascades. Relax to the sound of the falls, enjoy a picnic lunch or visit one of the many cafés and restaurants. After a restful and relaxing afternoon, you’ll head to Marrakech.  Day 5 : Marrakech Today's tour of Marrakech begins with a trip to the iconic Koutoubia Mosque, home to the minaret which has become a symbol of the city. You will then visit the Saadian Tombs and the Bahia Palace. Then, experience traditional Arabic craftsmanship in the lively souks around Jemaa El Fna square. Home to many different types of traders, these bustling and aromatic streets are uniquely Moroccan. After lunch break, you head to the Majorelle Gardens & Menara Garden. Day 6 : Marrakech to Casablanca Transfer Your last day of travel will be in Marrakech. Free time will be given in the morning if you want to do some final shopping in Marrakech before being driven back to Casablanca in the afternoon.

Casablanca: 3-Day Private Fes and Chefchaouen Tour

6. Casablanca: 3-Day Private Fes and Chefchaouen Tour

Your tour starts after you are picked up from your hotel in Casablanca. The first stop of your day is the capital Rabat, where you will visit the different sites like the old town, Kasbah Oudaias (complete with its castle), and the Hassan Tower, together with your driver. Afterward, start your drive along the Atlantic Coast until you reach the beautiful small city of Assilah. The blue and white Medina of Assilah is famous for its street art and colorful Murals. Following that, continue your journey into the Rif Mountains until you reach Chefchaouen, where you will stay overnight in a Riad. The next day, enjoy a free morning in Chefchaouen to explore and see the blue houses and small alleys by foot or go shopping. After lunch, continue to the Roman Ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the 2,000-year-old Roman ruins on your own or with a local guide for an additional cost. Following the visit, you will travel to Fes where you will spend the night. On your third day, enjoy a guided tour of the city of Fes with a local guide. Start your tour at the historic gates of Bab Bou Jeloud, before entering the Medina of Fes el-Bali to discover the Islamic schools of the Madrasa Bou Inania and Al-Attarine Madrasa. Next, go to the University of al-Qarawiyyin and visit the Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts and Crafts. There you can look at its collection of traditional tools, furniture, carpets, and musical instruments in a beautifully restored caravanserai. Following lunch in the Medina, learn how leather is processed, just as it was centuries ago, at one of the tanneries. Later on in the afternoon you will drive back to Casablanca, where you will be dropped off at your hotel or the Casablanca cruise port.

From Casablanca: Private Day Trip to Chefchaouen with Medina

7. From Casablanca: Private Day Trip to Chefchaouen with Medina

Connect with your driver/guide, who will pick you up from your accommodation in Casablanca to drive to Chefchaouen, the pearl of the north and the blue city. Enjoy the breathtaking sceneries of the Rif mountains. Begin with visiting and instagraming the Medina and the Outa Hammam Square. Then, head to the Great Mosque and the Alcazaba or kasbah. Afterwards, sightsee the Laundries Of Chefchaouen. Now, enjoy a delicious lunch in any of your driver's recommended restaurants. Finally, drive back to Casablanca by the afternoon, arrival to your accommodation in casablanca at about 9.00PM Tour ends.

Marrakech: Imperial Cities 7-Day Tour

8. Marrakech: Imperial Cities 7-Day Tour

Explore the Imperial Cities souks, and monuments. See the impressive Hassan II Mosque, Old city of Rabat, Roman ruins at Volubolis, the beautiful Ouzoud Waterfalls and more on a 7 day tour. Head off to the Djemaa el-Fna, the centre square of the medina. Take a trip to the iconic Koutoubia Mosque, home to the minaret which has become a symbol of the city. Visit the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace and the lively souks around Jemaa El Fna square. Stroll through Majorelle Gardens and the peaceful site of the Menara Garden. Head to the coastal city of Casablanca. Walk around the Habous district with its small squares and maze-like narrow streets. Explore the colourful Habous Quarter, the Mehkma (Tribunal), the Notre Dame de Lourdes Cathedral and the famous Hassan II Mosque. Journey to the capital Rabat and visit the Royal Palace, Ouadaya Gardens Kasbah and the Hassan Tower Mosque. Drive to the Berber town of Meknes, before taking a short drive to the mediaeval city of Fez. Begin your guided tour of the Fes medina, one of the world’s largest walled in cities. Visit foundouk Najjarine which houses the ‘Museum of Wooden Arts and Crafts. See the Qaraouiyine mosque, which is both a university and a mosque situated in the heart of the Medina. Depart with a drive back to Marrakech via the Ouzoud Waterfalls, leading up to the Middle Atlas Mountains, where you can walk down along the cascades. Enjoy free strolling and shopping time in the old medina on your final day before departure at the airport.

Casablanca: Private Religions of Morocco Tour with a Local

9. Casablanca: Private Religions of Morocco Tour with a Local

Start your Casablanca tour with a lesson in Islam and a visit to the largest mosque in Morocco — and the 3rd largest in the world. With its minaret towering up to 210 m, the Hassan II Mosque blends Islamic architecture with Moroccan elements, Moorish influences, and urban design. Next, it’s time to learn about Casablanca’s Jewish heritage with a trip to the mellah (Jewish quarter) of the old medina. It is here that the city’s Jewish past has been best preserved, and is also where it continues to live today. Then, work your way over to a gorgeous museum inside a home, where a private collection of Moroccan artwork awaits. As you peruse the artworks, also enjoy a refreshing Moroccan mint tea. From there, travel by private transport to the imposing Notre Dame de Lourdes Church, a European-inspired church that towers over its neighbouring buildings. Finally, another private taxi transfer will take you to the Museum of Moroccan Judaism, which features collections and exhibits covering 2,000 years of Jewish history in Morocco. After exploring the museum, your guide will escort you back to your hotel (or some other centrally located drop off point) via private transfer.

From Casablanca: Private Guided Tour of Fez with Lunch

10. From Casablanca: Private Guided Tour of Fez with Lunch

Meet your chauffeur at your hotel lobby in Casablanca to begin your tour of Fez/Fes. Make your way first to the University of Kairaouine, the oldest university in the world, located in the heart of the medina. During your tour, enjoy a panoramic view of Fes, the gateway to the Royal Palace, and other schools such as the Madrasa Bouanania and the Madrasa Al-Attarine. Then, visit the fountain of Nejjar tannery, the Mellah or Jewish Quarter, and the 17th-century Ibn Danan Synagogue. While touring inside the medina, you'll make a stop for lunch. Once you finish exploring the medina, your guide will escort you to meet your driver again for departure at around 4:30 PM for Casablanca. The tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel. If you want, you can also simply stay in Fez at the end of the tour.

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What people are saying about Casablanca-Settat

Benis, our tour guide, was exceptional in every way. He was personable, knowledgeable and willing to answer all of our questions. His passion for his culture was evident and he proudly shared that with us. The tour included walking and driving with refreshment stops along the way. The driver was courteous and professional. Great city, great tour

A wonderfully informative way to see the city of Casablanca. Bennis was very knowledgeable, proud of his city, and very helpful in general in helping with the wants and needs of those touring. I included the Hassam Mosque visit which is an absolute must, and again Bennis's knowledge and insight was excellent. A must do.

Punctual, Knowledgeable and English speaking Tour Guide. I enjoyed the walking tour, and how we covered a lot in such a short amount of time. Learnt and seen a lot. Would definitely recommend it visiting Casablanca for the first time.

Highly recommend. Our tour guide was excellent. She explained everything very well and she took the best pictures of us.

Great time spent with Adil, very attentive and very patient and cool!