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North of Morocco Tour

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things” – Henry Miller

7 Night North of Morocco Tour to The Blue City of Chefchaouen & Fez from Casablanca
On this private tour North of morocco (only for you) you discover the Blue City of Chefchaouen from Casablanca. You will see the imperial cities of Rabat, Meknes, Fez and Volubilis and Tangier

Chefchaouen is like a drug, magic, tragic, and addictive.”

Built on a mountainside, Chefchaouen is a city with a special vibes. It unique charm gives an impression of unreality. With its blue-rinsed houses, the whole city seems to be bathed in azure. You walk around as if you were in a dream.

More than just an ornament, the beautiful Chefchaouen brims with attractions. Its heritage is rich. The inescapable Medina with its famous narrow winding alleys, is an opportunity to mingle with the local population, and to smell and taste delights: from freshly baked bread, to skillfully prepared tagines.

All accommodation in the north of Morocco tour are 4-stars hotels or charming Riad whit daily breakfast (B).
This North Tour of Morocco is also offered in Self Drive including: Car, 7 Night in hotel and Guest House, 7 Breakfast. Minimum 2 persons/maximum 4 persons by Car.

Free cancellation, no questions asked
We understand that plans change and the unexpected can happen, so you can cancel your experiences up to 10 days before they start!

Tour Name: North of Morocco Tour

Destination: North of Morocco & the blue city, as well Tangier, Fez, Meknes and more

Itinerary North of Morocco Tour

Day 1 : Casablanca airport arrival

Oh, a kiss is still a kiss in Casablanca
Please come back to me in Casablanca
I love you more and more each day as time goes by- Bertie Higgins

upon your arrival to Casablanca airport, meet and great by your private driver, then transfer to your Casablanca hotel, check in and time at your disposal for relaxing. Night in hotel

For those looking for a taste of old Hollywood glamour, an optional trip to Rick’s Cafe is a must. This beautiful bar and restaurant was inspired by the Rick’s Cafe from the film Casablanca and the decor does its best to live up to it. Serving American, French and Moroccan food, head along on a Sunday to enjoy the evening jazz session and pop up to the 1st film for a free screening of the legendary film. You don’t meet SAM the pianist but certainly you listen the famous song “As time goes by”.

Day 2 : Casablanca/Rabat/Tangier

Is a very good place to find yourself or lose yourself

After breakfast, departure for Rabat capital of Morocco: visit Mohammed V mausoleum, Hassan Tower and the Oudaya Kasbah, then road to Tangier, overnight in hotel or guest house.

Day 3: Tangier

Tangier
It is in the North of Morocco that the Mediterranean Sea marries the Atlantic Ocean, but nobody knows how to say where finishes Europe and where begins Africa. The legend does not say that it is here that Hercules having dug the Strait of Gibraltar would have based in these rocky cavities before achieving the eleventh of twelve works: the picking of the golden apples of the garden of Hesperides?

But that is what Tangier is all about, the junction between two worlds.  It is one of those cities you can get stuck in, like all of the odd and intriguing mix of people that have wound up living here at some point in their lives.  The stories you hear are the stuff of legends.
To this day, Tangier, and the rest of the North of Morocco continue to immortalize their myth of refuge for spies, writers, poets and artists of any edge as well as other ghosts who always haunt places: Alexander Dumas, Truman Capote, Jean Genet, Joseph Kessel, Paul Morand, Tennessee Williams, Tahar Benjelloune, Larbi Yacoubi … Writers’ endless list which gives to the North of Morocco and to the city of Tangier a mysterious halo. Led by Paul Bowles, the artists of the Beat Generation stayed in Tangier from 1950 s. On the other side of the sea, Tangier, city of all perils, full of adventurers, lends itself to their quest for this “slow disruption of all the senses”dear to Rimbaud. Other Americans had preceded them in the white city and sent them Tangier echoes, fresh mint perfumes, lemon, hashish.

After breakfast in hotel you will start your visit by a city overview at the vantage point of the Collin de Bella-Vista, the Grand Succo, a popular nighttime square, then you will visit the Caves of Hercules, and Cape Spartel.and departure for Tetouan.

Visit The Medina of Tétouan has the rich Andalusian heritage of its architecture makes it one of the most prominent medinas in Morocco. Mosques, Souks, zawiyas and bazaars intertwine to make visiting this Medina an unforgettable experience. Then departure for the blue city of Chefchaouen.

Day 4: Chefchaouen ( The blue city )

Chefchaouen is like a drug, magic, tragic, and addictive.”

After breakfast, a photographic visit of chefchaouen”the blue city”, Chefchaouen is a popular tourist destination, a quaint place to hike, and relaxing. The shop It offers many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco.
Start your tour with the kasbah, you can visit the ethnographic museum containing antique weapons, musical instruments, and photographs of the old town. Next, visit the cobbled main square, Plaza Uta el Hammam, then overnight in the blue city

Day 5 : Chefchaouen/Meknes/Fez (Unesco world heritage)

The beautiful is everywhere, the beautiful runs the streets, I’m stunned by everything I see”
Eugene DELACROIX describing Meknes in 1832

After breakfast departure for Meknès, arrival and historical visit the imperial city of the King Moulay Ismail, listed Unesco word heritage: the Granary, the stable housed 12000 horses and the gate Bab El Mansour, the most shouted gate in Morocco. Overnight Fez in hotel or charming riad

Day 6: Fez (Unesco World Heritage)

If one had but a single glance to give the world, one should gaze on FEZ.

After Breakfast historical visit: The holy city of Fez:
All day devoted to guided visit: will be visiting the medieval Medina that was listed as UNESCO World Heritage in 1981. You will visit the Bouanania Medersa constructed in the early 14th century, the Karaouine Mosque (The ancient educational center of Islamic learning), and the Nejjarine Fountain. Continuing on your visit, you will view the blue gate, the medieval tannery, the Royal Palace, then visit of the Souks. Night at hotel or Riad.

Day 7 : Fez/Casablanca

After breakfast in the hotel, departure for Casablanca, after your check in at the hotel, time at your disposal. Night in hotel.

Day 8 : Casablanca airport transfer

After the breakfast in the hotel and in accordance whit your time flight, transfer to Casablanca airport.

This itinerary is only a suggestion, all our trips are tailor-made according to each client.
This product is suitable for: Couple / between girls / Solo/ Family/ group of friends

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