Through 5-Day Morocco Tour from Tangier, you will discover Morocco’s Imperial cities while you also learn about the cultural and historical facets of the Kingdom of Morocco.
You will be sightseeing in Fes, admiring landscapes in Chefchaouen, and visiting attractions in Rabat. So much more await you in this Morocco Tour from Tangier!
Our Morocco Tour from Tangier begins at your Tangier lodging and travels through Morocco’s most interesting places. First, we’ll proceed to Tetouan, which is located at the foot of the beautiful Rif mountains. The city’s architecture has an Andalusian influence, and it provides a remarkable combination of Arabic and Spanish culture.
We will pass the magnificent untouched Rif highlands after lunch to reach the pearl of the north, which rests wonderfully between the Rif mountains: the colourful city of Chefchaouen. You will love meandering through its magnificent blue and white shaded lanes to explore the greatest arts and crafts workshops before arriving to the unique square of Utta El hammam.
Dinner and an overnight stay will be provided in a traditional Riad.
In the morning, you will get to enjoy a traditional breakfast at the Riad before resuming your trip. Our next destination is going to be a site from the 25 BC century “Volubilis”, the roman ruins site. You will have a guided tour, and our guide will make sure to educate you more about this place because it’s worth knowing about.
Right after, not far from the site, stands our next destination: one of Morocco’s four imperial cities the Ismaili capital. You will discover, the beautiful old medina of this city which has a unique touch on the architecture. You are going to visit the majestic gate of Mansour and the fascinating square of Lehdim where you will enjoy lunch in a restaurant.
Later in the afternoon, we are going to drive to the cultural capital of Morocco, the city of Fes, where you will be spending the night at an hotel at the heart of the ancient medina.
Our guide will take you on a tour of Fes, showing you all of its spectacular landmarks. First, you will be able to see the magnificent gate of the Royal Palace. Then, continue exploring the historic Jewish headquarters.
Our Morocco Tour from Tangier will lead you through the medieval medina to “El Quaraouine,” one of the world’s oldest mosques and institutions. You will visit the Attarine museum, which attracts traders from all over the world. There is a mix of Arabic and Andalusian arts and crafts in there. You’ll see tanneries and a color palette where carpets are dyed.
Lunch will be served at an ancient medina restaurant. Then, we will continue our tour of Fes’ spectacular structures, touring the Marinid’s tombs, with a panoramic view of the historic medina of Fes. Dinner and an overnight stay are scheduled at a local hotel.
We will begin our adventure after breakfast in the picturesque city of Fes by traveling to Morocco’s capital city and one of its four imperial cities. You will get the option to tour the “City inside a city”: The lovely Kasbah of Oudayas. It has exquisite structures characterized by a Spanish flair and is beautifully tinted in blue and white, providing a peaceful and refreshing ambiance.
Following that, you will tour the historic medina and wander through the large traditional market. Later on, you will be given a guided tour of the Hassan tower and the Mohamed V tomb. Later that afternoon, we will arrive in Casablanca, where you will spend the night in a hotel.
This day’s program includes a tour around the charming city of Casablanca. You will have a guided tour around the Fifth largest mosque in the world the “Hassan II” mosque, with its tallest minaret ever and its wonderful decoration and architecture; a blend of the Moroccan and the Andalusian.
Right after, we are going to head over to the city of Tangier passing by the beautiful coastal city of Asilah, where you will enjoy lunch upon arrival. In the afternoon, when arrived at Tangier, you will be transferred to your accommodation. That ends our Morocco Tour from Tangier.
Join our Morocco Tour from Tangier to discover the major Moroccan cities. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us.