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6 Days Imperial Cities And North Morocco Tour From Fes Via Chefchaouen

6 Days Imperial Cities And North Morocco Tour From Fes Via Chefchaouen


In search of authenticity, culture and sun, no need to go far to make a beautiful trip, the escape is within the reach of all. The imperial cities of Morocco are the cities designated as capital, at different times by different monarchs from Moroccan dynasties: Idrisids, Almoravids, Almohads, Merinids, Saadians and Alawites. Morocco has four imperial cities: Fez, founded by Sultan Idrissid Idris I, Marrakech, founded by the Almoravid Sultan Youssef Ibn Tashfin, Rabat, founded by the Almohad sultan Abd al-Mumin, Meknes, founded in the 17th century by the dynasty of Alaouite under the reign of the Alawite Sultan Ismail Ben Sherif. We offer you an ideal program, with surprising encounters in the heart of ancestral medinas, varied panoramas, colors and odors exotic.


  • Dive into the rich and charming imperial city of Fez.
  • Explore the old town of Meknes, a site classified as a historical site by UNESCO.
  • Stroll through the Medina of Rabat, the capital of Morocco.
  • Enjoy relaxing and unforgettable nights in specially chosen hotels.
  • Discover Moroccan culture and history on the spot.
  • Explore the beautiful coastal cities of Assilah and Tangier.
  • Enjoy the blue city of Chefchouen

Itinerary of the tour

Day 1 : Fes arrival

Meeting at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Meals: D

Day 2 : Fes Guided Sightseeing Tour

Take a guided tour of Fes. will drive first to see the main entrance of a huge Royal palace, then take a short walk through the Jews quarter known as Mellah to admire its beautiful architecture. After that you drive to enjoy one of the most panoramic view overlooking the 9th century Medina of Fes. You might visit a ceramic factory where you can learn traditional handmade pottery being made.
Afterwards, you take a walking tour inside the Medina which is alive with craftsmen, markets, tanneries and mosques. Look out for the Medersa Bou Inania, one of the city's most beautiful buildings, which has recently been restored and is now open to tourists. Visiting the communal oven-baking bread as a community. After looking around, you return back to the hotel and relaxing a bit.
Meals: B, D

Day 3 : Fes - Volubilis – Meknès/ Rabat

After breakfast, you leave to ancient site of Volubilis - the capital of the Roman province of Mauritania Tingitana. The detailed mosaics here are still intact and the site gives a good idea of the layout of provincial settlements. Then, continue to the city of Meknes, once the heart of the Moroccan Sultanate. Built by the tyrant, Moulay Ismail, the city was once filled with palace and grand gateways and although much of Ismail's capital has crumbled to dust, it still exudes a sense of its former regal grandeur. In the company of a guide you will visit the old granary of Heri es-Souni and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail himself. You will be invited by a family in Meknes for a home hosted lunch.
In the afternoon proceed to Rabat. Meals: B, L.D


After breakfast, you will depart to the beautiful town of Assilah, enjoy the scenery from the bus. The North West of Morocco is very known for agriculture. You will see a lot of farms around the road. Upon your arrival to Assilah, you will have free time to walk around its small Medina and enjoy its old harbor. After lunch, you continue to Tangier and Along the way you will enjoy some of the most beautiful landscape of the northern Morocco. Meals: B, D


Tangier has been going through something of a renaissance of late thanks to the arrival of a new monarch in Morocco in 1999. Mohammed VI of Morocco and his forward-thinking ideas about commerce and tourism has suddenly woke up the community to the potential of this city.
Today, the city's medina and kasbah are well worth exploring, as are the cafes and patisseries around the Place de la France in the Ville Nouvelle. Perhaps visit the American Legation Museum, the former palace of Dar el-Makhzen or the Caves of Hercules. The recently reconstructed beach promenade is lined with great restaurants. After that, you will drive to Chefchaouen, a city of blue-washed buildings, you will recognize the town, a welcoming town nestled in the Rif Mountains. Known as “blue city” noted for its buildings in shades of blue. Get settled your Riad, an Andalusian-style guest house, then enjoy a walk to explore the white and blue washed walls of the medina and the markets that offer some unique native handicrafts. Chefchaouen is a fantastic destination for photography with its wonderful views of the Mounts. Tonight, you will be invited by family for a home hosted dinner. Meals: B, D


This morning is left free to explore the sights, sounds, and smells of the medina, the shops in the square selling woven goods and small sweets, and, most importantly, enjoy a taste of the town’s famous goat’s cheese. Or take hike to enjoy the panoramic view of the city from the Spanish mosque. In the afternoon travel to Fes, the most medieval city in the Arab world. Fes is the spiritual and cultural heart of Morocco. Meals: B.

Good to Know


  • Private tour, there will be no more people in the group.
  • Pick up at the hotel, riad, airport or wherever you want.
  • Transportation in 4WD or minivan.
  • English speaking guide/driver.
  • Five nights accommodation.
  • Fuel, tolls and all associated expenses.

Not included

  • Tips and gratuities
  • Travel insurance
  • Anything not mentioned in the above section

Itinerary with maps