Arrival at the airport / port of Tangier, assistance and transfer to the beautiful city of Chauen (110 km).
Arrival at the Riad Chauen and afternoon free to have a first contact with the city, and walk this medina of infinite blue tones.
In the morning after breakfast we leave Chauen crossing the Middle Atlas towards the beautiful city of Fez, Imperial City whose origin goes back to the VIII century.
It is the scientific capital of Morocco and is also proud to host one of the oldest universities in the world Alkaraouin. Afternoon free to rest and take a first contact with the city that reminds you of past times.
Room allocation and free time.
In the morning, meeting with the guide to visit Fez, the spiritual capital of Morocco, the most famous of the imperial cities after Marrakech, has always been associated with study and religiosity, and remains the spiritual capital of Morocco and is the third most populous city in Morocco, after Casablanca and Rabat (1 968 150 inhabitants according to the 2010 census).
During the visit we will visit the most important alleys of Fez el-Bali. The Old Medina dates from the eighth century and comprises more than 300 neighborhoods and 9,000 narrow alleys where no other means of transport than donkeys and mules, constituting a network of streets in which only the Fesi know how to orient themselves.
At noon, lunch will be provided in a traditional restaurant in the medina. The tour ends in the afternoon. Night in Riad.
After breakfast, we left for Rabat, the administrative capital of Morocco and world heritage according to UNESCO since 2012, was founded in 1150 by Sultan Abd al-Mu'min, who has built the fortress that protected the city. It is the current capital of the Kingdom of Morocco and had already been an imperial city in 1660, it is the capital of the country between 1912 and 1956, during the French protectorate.
Upon arrival, our guide awaits us to visit the Royal Palace from the outside, the Hassan Tower, in the ruins of the mosque built by Ya'qub al-Mansur destroyed during the earthquake of 1755; the beautiful Mausoleum of Mohammed V, where is the mound of King Mohammed V, his son King Hassan II and his brother Muley Abdalah.
Next we go to Rabat, capital of the Kingdom of Morocco and residence of the king, we will visit the Royal Palace from the outside, the Mohamed V Mausoleum where the kings Hassan II and Mohamed V are buried, and the Hassan Tower, minaret and symbol of the city , destroyed by the Lisbon earthquake in 1755.
Finally you will have the opportunity to walk through the Kasbah of the Oudayas. Dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast and departure to Tangier, to embark back to Spain.
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- Season: The end of May at the end of September.
- Participants: from 4 to 12 people.