Day 1 : Marrakech - arrival

Arrival Marrakech airport

Day 2 : Marrakech

Guided visit, with the old town a UNESCO world heritage listed in 1985. See Jemaa el Fna square, one of the world’s greatest spectacles that can only be described as a medieval circus.

Day 3: Ksar Ait Ben Haddou

Ksar Ait Ben Haddou is a fortified village of adobe buildings and is an interesting example of earthen architecture in North Africa, where many films were made, such as Lawrence of Arabia in 1962, The last Temptation of the Christ in 1988, Gladiator in 2000 and many more. Listed Unesco world heritage in 1987, guided visit, then return to Marrakech.

Day 4: Essaouira

Visit guided of Essaouira’s walled medina was added to UNESCO’s world heritage list in 2001. Essaouira is an exceptional example of a fortified city of the end of the XVIIIth century.

Day 5: El Jadida

El Jadida was listed UNESCO world heritage in 2004. Visit the cistern and the Church of the Assumption, built in the Manueline style of late Gothic architecture, is an outstanding example of the interchange of influences between European and Moroccan cultures

Day 6: Rabat

Rabat, listed a UNESCO world heritage in 2012: the site is the product of a fertile exchange between the Arabo-Muslim past and Western modernism. Guided visit: King Palace, Mohammed V mausoleum, Hassan Tower, Chellah necropolis, Kasbah Oudaya, Modern Art Museum

Day 7: Tetouan

Tetouan was listed Unesco world heritage in 1997. Cultural visit: Tetouan it served as the main point of contact between Morocco and Andalusia

Day 8: Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen is known as the “Blue City”. It was founded in 1471 by Moorish exiles from Spain. The Mediterranean diet of Chefchaouen was listed by UNESCO immaterial world heritage 2010.

Day 9: Fez

Fez is a medieval Medina, that, with its ramparts and narrow streets, was declared as UNESCO world heritage Site in 1981. Visit the Medersas constructed in the early 14th century, the Karaouine Mosque, and the Nejjarine Fountain, King palace and souks.

Day 10: Volubilis – Meknes

The Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO world heritage site 1997, are the most well preserved ruins in Morocco. The Romans began building the city around 40 AD. Guided visit then continue to Meknes listed by Unesco in 1996, one of Morocco’s most beautiful historical cities, 75 miles (120km) of town wall, dream palaces, stables for 15,000 horses.

Day 11: Casablanca

Visit the Hassan II Mosque, and enjoy a panoramic city tour before returning to Marrakech.

Day 12: Marrakech departure

Includes airport transfer depending on your flight’s departure time

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