The cultural center of Morocco is known for its distinctive red buildings and crowded, atmospheric marketplaces.Marrakech is the capital of Morocco, and located in the mid-southwest of the country. It is a pearl polished by history and its tradition of hospitality which, for centuries, has known how to welcome visitors.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01 : Arrive Casablanca
Upon arrival, you will be transferred to you Hotel in a Private vehicle.In the evening, Enjoy this half day private sightseeing of Casablanca with its traditional styles mixed gracefully with the modern architecture and a typical local dinner.Take this tour to see the most important sights of Casablanca or "White House" in Arabic Dar El Beida, a name given due to the white house’s facing the ocean at the Anfa district by the Spanish and Portuguese sailors who stopped there before the city was built. Today it is a modern city with boulevards and modern infrastructure. Stroll along Habbous district with its small squares and narrow arcade streets, a fine example of successful adaptation of modern town planning in style of a traditional Medina. You will see many shops displaying articles for sale to both locals and tourists. You will then have a photo stop at Mohamed V Square that links the old town to the new one. Drive along United Nations Square, designed by the French architect Joseph Marrast in 1920. Drive along the Skala, an 18th century fortification opposite the fishing port. Finally see Hassan II Mosque, built right on the sea (entrance fee not included). You will then be taken to a restaurant for a nice typical dinner, drinks not included, where there will also be some live music and a belly dancing show.Overnight in the Hotel.
The King Hassan II Mosque, Blvd Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah, Tours Sa-Th 9AM, 10AM, 11AM and 2PM. A relatively recent mosque. It's the largest in Morocco and the third largest ...
Day 2 : Casablanca – Marrakech
After Breakfast, check-out from the Hotel & you will be transferred to Marrakech in a private vehicle.On arrival in Marrakech, check-in to the Hotel & the remaining day is at leisure.Discover one of the world’s most vibrant and fascinating cities on holidays to Marrakech. Absorb the colour, sounds and fragrances of the historic Medina. Or head to the luxurious Palmeraie and Gueliz for boutique shopping and thriving nightlife.Make your way to the Medina to experience the true Marrakech on cultural breaks. Wander around spice-scented souks and visit the magnificent Bahia Palace and Koutoubia Mosque. Or go shopping in the chic boutiques of Gueliz then stay for cocktails and to soak up the electric atmosphere by night.Overnight in the Hotel.
Koutoubia Mosque, right besides Djemaa El-Fna, is named after the booksellers market that used to be located here. It is said that the minaret of the Koutoubia mosque is to ...
Mosquée de la Koutoubia, Avenue Mohammed V, Marrakesh, Morocco
Travel from Casablanca to Marrakech
Day 3 : Marrakech
After Breakfast, the morning is at leisure. In the evening enjoy a traditional outdoor Moroccan folklore evening with dinner and a Fantasia show - a highlight for any trip to Marrakech.Enjoy a traditional outdoor Moroccan folklore evening with dinner and a Fantasia show. Sit beneath one of the caidals tents around the arena and taste the specialties for which Moroccan "cuisine" is justly famed. Throughout the dinner different folkloric troupes will entertain you. It is in the arena itself once dinner is over, that show really takes off with dance, songs, acrobats and magicians. This is certainly a highlight for any trip to Marrakech.Overnight in the Hotel.
Day 4 : Marrakech
After Breakfast, the day is free for leisure activities on your own. You can enjoy a day out of bustling Marrakech (optional) and enjoy a journey through countryside dotted with berber villages through the mighty Atlas mountain range. Take this round trip of 400 km across the Atlas mountain range via the Tizin'n Tichka pass at an altitude of 2269 metres above sea level. Marvel at the brilliant landscape views dotted with berber villages. Ouarzazate marks the beginning of the great journey by dazzling the traveller with two magnificent kasbahs: Taourirt Kasbah Taourirt. This former Glaoui residence, situated on the edge of the town, on the road to Er Rachidia, is considered to be one of the most beautiful kasbahs of Morocco. It consists of a maze of luxury apartments, simple clay houses and crenelated towers which are lavishly decorated with geometric motifs. Part of the fortified village is open to the public. Also visit Ait Benhaddou village (where Star Wars were filmed). The fortified village of Ait Benhaddou has been classified by UNESCO as one of the world's cultural treasures. It is studded with crenelated towers and its buildings decorated with geometrical motifs and is considered to be one of the most beautiful villages of this kind in Morocco. A program of restoration work is currently under way to encourage the repopulation of the village which is at present inhabited by just five families.Overnight in the Hotel.
Ouarzazate is relatively small (60 000 inhabitans) and for Morocco quiet town, built mostly along main street. Avenue Muhammed V. Ouarzazate is situated at an elevation of 1,...
Ouarzazate and Kasbahs, Marrakech
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Day 5 : Marrakech – Casablanca
After Breakfast, check-out form the Hotel & you will be transferred to your Hotel in Casablanca in a private vehicle. In the evening, you can opt to go for Shopping on your own.Like the city, shopping there has two facets. Shopping for traditional Moroccan handicraft and shopping for well known international branded luxury items. As usual, it is in the souks that you will find traditional craftworks. Your shopping spree could start by Bab El Jedid in the old medina. This gate leads to the boulevard Tahar-El-Alaoui, which is in fact a long market following the line of the ancient ramparts. You will find yourself in a friendly easy going atmosphere with beautiful little squares planted with palm and fig trees. Craftsmen and coloured stalls are one beside the other. The copperware souk is beside the Great Mosque and the old mellah. Morocco's economic capital also lives at a Western rhythm. Outlets for the main international jewelery and readymade clothing brands can be found. They are mainly in the up market Gautier or Maarif neighborhoods and on boulevard d'Anfa. Casablanca also has a number of ultramodern shopping centres.Overnight in the Hotel.