Imperial Cities Tour Morocco

 Explore the majestic cities of Casablanca, Tangier, Chefchaouen, and Fez, each offering a unique blend of ancient traditions and modern charm. Wander through the narrow streets of ancient medinas, marvel at breathtaking architectural wonders, and immerse yourself in the lively souks filled with exotic treasures. From the historic ruins of Volubilis to the serene beauty of Moulay Idriss, this tour promises an unforgettable experience that captures the essence of Morocco's imperial past.

Imperial Cities Tour Deluxe Riad

A four-star luxury trip with beautiful riads in the upper-middle price range.

Tour Info

DestinationMorocco, meknes, fes ,rabat...
Duration7 Nights
Hotel5 stars

Tour Features

Private transportation with a driver is available for airport trips.
All breakfasts, lunches, and dinners will be served as listed.
Hand-picked, top-notch boutique riads
Visiting Fez and Marrakesh with a guide
We offer customized pre-departure packets and our committed.

From $3779

Tailored pre-departure packages and our dedicated, personalized support
Add-on activities include cooking classes, food tours, and excursions to Chefchaouen, the Atlas Mountains, and Essaouira. We do not include flights, insurance, tips, monument fees, and beverages

Day 1: Drive from Casablanca Airport to the hotel (1 hour)

If you get there early enough, you might want to see some of Casablanca’s sights, like the Hassan II Mosque, which has the world’s biggest minaret. This guide tells you everything you need to know about Casablanca.

Day 2: Transportation from Meknes to Volubilis and Fez (4 hours)

, private guided tour, breakfast and lunchToday on this city tour of Morocco, you’ll go to Meknes, the Imperial City that not many people see. After meeting your local expert and guide, you can see Bab El Mansour’s famous gate, Dar Jamai Palace, the Royal Stables, and Moulay Ismail’s tomb. The Roman ruins of Volubilis are only thirty minutes away. Volubilis was an interesting Roman fortress with colonnaded streets, many old homes, buildings, and olive presses, as well as mosaics that are well preserved but not well protected. The holy town of Moulay Idriss is not far away; from the ruins, it looks like a sitting camel. You can get something to eat here before going to Fez. This evening, we’ll serve you a delicious Moroccan meal in your riad.

Day 3: Visit Fez with a guide A private tour with a guide and lunch

Even people who have lived in Fez for years find the maze of arms-width and donkey-width roads in the UNESCO-protected Medina hard to navigate. Experts estimate the number to be approximately nine thousand, yet the exact count remains unknown. Your guide, who was born and raised in Fez, will show you the city’s secret stories and corners, as well as the small details of daily life and the beauty of its mosques and palaces. You see beautiful Fez in a way that only people who live there can. Our insider’s guide to Fez can help you make plans. After lunch, the tour lasts from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

On Day 4, transport to Rabat (3 hours), breakfast, and dinner.

Rabat, the capital of Morocco, is one of the most relaxing imperial towns to visit. You will spend the night in a lovely riad, which is a traditional Moroccan home in Rabat’s medina. This will give you a chance to enjoy the quiet streets of this old city center before you go to Fez or Marrakech, which are more crowded. You can spend the day visiting the city. All that remains from the 1755 earthquake in North Africa, which claimed about 10,000 lives, is the impressive but incomplete Hassan Tower and the pillared stumps of its mosque. Royal guards in red robes guard the nearby Mausoleum of Mohammed V. You can also smell the flowers in the Andalucian Garden of the Kasbah Oudayas, which is a walled “village within a city,” as well as visit the Chellah Gardens and Necropolis, where hundreds of storks make a strange clacking sound that travels through the air.

Day 5: Bus ride to Marrakesh (4 hours), breakfast, and dinner

In the morning, you’ll leave from Rabat and go to Marrakesh, which is the most famous Imperial City on this tour. Throughout your journey, you’ll have numerous opportunities for breaks, arriving in the “Red City” just in time to relish the main square, Djem Alfna, before enjoying a delicious dinner in your charming riad this evening. Our Insider’s Guide to Marrakesh is ready for you to read and decide what you want to see and do tomorrow. Tonight you’ll rest up for tomorrow, when you really start to see the souks.

Day 6: Marrakesh tour with a guide Private tour with a guide

, breakfast and lunchThe main focus of today’s private guided city tour is Marrakesh, with its lively souk full of djellabas, soft, brightly colored babouches, intricately cut lanterns, conical piles of exotic spices, and the busy life in the street’s web of alleys. Our simple and lively guide can tell you stories and tell you about the history of the Medina, the Souk, and the Mellah, which are all inside the city’s rose-colored walls. Today’s tour includes lunch.

Day 7: A two-hour ride from Marrakesh to El Jadida;

breakfastYou can either stay in Marrakesh or go to El Jadida for the night before your flight tomorrow, depending on what time it is. Some tourists might choose to visit Casablanca instead of El Jadida if they still want to see some sights. You could also choose to stay in Marrakesh tonight. It takes three hours to get to the Casablanca airport tomorrow, so an afternoon flight is best. There may also be planes leaving from the Marrakesh (RAK) airport. If you want to do this trip at the 4/5-star level, you need to stay in Marrakesh for at least 3 nights. Plan to leave tomorrow afternoon from either Marrakesh or Casablanca.

Day 8: Leave from Casablanca Airport (1.5 hours)

We hope you had a great time on your tour of Morocco, which ends today.

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