The Imperial Cities tour departing from Casablanca takes travellers on a thorough exploration of some of the most famous locations in the nation. beginning in Morocco’s economic hub, Casablanca. The journey will then take you to Rabat, Morocco’s political capital, where you will see the Hassan Tower and the Royal Palace. The tour will next go from Rabat to the Roman ruins of Volubilis and, at last, to the mediaeval city of Fez, which is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is renowned for its elaborate architecture and extensive history.

  • Departure

    Casablanca / Fes
  • Departure Time

    8 Am
  • Return Time

    19 pm
  • Included

    Pick up & drop off Hotel/Riad
    Professional English- French-speaking driver
    Transportation (air-conditioned vehicle)
  • Not Included

    Entrance fees to historical sites.
    Local Guide

Day 1: Casablanca Arrival

Take a tour that transports you to the seaside metropolis of Casablanca and experience the splendour of Morocco. You will start at 14h00 for a guided tour of the city after you arrive in Casablanca. You will see the famous Hassan II Mosque, a masterpiece of contemporary Islamic architecture and one of the biggest mosques in the world. Additionally, you will see the most significant landmarks in the city. A visit to the Habous quarter, a quaint neighbourhood noted for its traditional architecture and bustling souks, will also be included in the tour. Additionally, you will be able to observe the Central Market, the United Nations Square, and Mohammad V Avenue, which is the main thoroughfare in the city centre.

Day 2: casablanca - Rabat - Volubilis - Meknes

This trip from Casablanca to Meknes via Rabat and Volubilis offers a special chance to see two of the most fascinating and historically significant places in Morocco. When you get to Rabat, you'll see the Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Hassan Tower, and the Royal Palace. These sites provide insight into the city's rich cultural legacy and function as Morocco's political and cultural hub. Following your exploration of Rabat, the tour will take you to the 3rd-century BC Roman ruins of Volubilis. One of the best-preserved Roman ruins in North Africa, which provides an intriguing look into the past of the area. Explore the ruins of the ancient city, which include the Capitoline Temple, the Basilica, and the affluent people' homes. Spend the night in Meknes.

Day 3: Meknes - Fes

The smallest imperial city is Meknes. You will explore the Bab Mansour and end at the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, where visitors are kindly requested to dress respectfully. A visit to the Moulay Ismail granaries, El-Hedim square, the neighbourhood market, and the souk are also included in your itinerary. Your tour concludes with lunch at a nearby restaurant, and you arrive to Fez at 7:00 p.m.

Day 4 Fes Guided Tour

A guided tour of Fes's Medina, the oldest imperial city and the nation's former centre of politics, religion, and culture, which was established in 808. We enter the visit through the Royal Palace's Golden Door, and shortly after, from a higher vantage point, we can admire the walls that enclose Fez's incredible and historic Medina. Later, we'll take a walk there to experience the myriad emotions the Medina evokes in each visitor. Explore the city's rich tapestry, stopping at places like the Tanners' Quarter, the South Tower and Cultural Enclaves, the Jewish Quarter, Pottery area, Quarraouine university, and Beyond—all regarded as important landmarks. Prior to your overnight stay, you will have some free time to enjoy and become fully immersed in the lively culture and history of Fez.
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