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Morocco Craft, Arts, Culture, History, Old medina cities trips, food Tours Overview.

Morocco Craft, Arts, Culture, History, Old medina cities trips, food Tours, Much of the culture of old Morocco can be seen in the old cities. All cities (except Agadir which has been totally rebuilt after the earthquake on 1960) have a walled medina where the history of morocco can be glimpsed.
These cities will also have a new town or ville nouvelle alongside, built during the time of the French-Spanish Protectorate in the 20th century and this is where the railway stations will be along with other modern services.
An important part of any Moroccan city, is the souks or markets, often divided into separate areas dealing with different commodities and crafts.

Morocco Craft, Arts, Culture, History, Old medina cities trips, food Tours, is a real approach to Morocan people today life: From ancient philosophers and scholars to Bob Marley and Jimmy Hendrix, Morocco has hosted many!  If you´re looking for a colorful and diverse experience, this is the place.  

From the wild markets of Marrakech to the snowy peaks of the Atlas, the silence of the Sahara and pristine beaches of the Atlantic, Morocco is simply amazing. 

Morocco Craft, Arts, Culture, History, Old medina cities trips, food Tours Imperial Cities combines the best of everything – cities, villages, mountain, music, food, shops and the coast, plus opportunities to do community services and some fun adventure activities along the way!  

Expect plenty of interaction with the friendly Berber tribes’ people of North Africa.  Learn their unique drumming, practice the language and taste the delicious food. We´ll fill your week with a lifetime of memories and educational experiences that are second to none.

Morocco Craft, Arts, Culture, History, Old medina cities trips, food Tours

Includes:

– Full transportation to all sites

– Full Guiding- Entrance fees

– Deluxe Van / 4×4 Jeep tour with AC

– All Cities Culture Guided Tour

– Custom-made Historical, Cultural and Monuments Tour

– Meals (Breakfasts and dinners Daily)

– Free time to explore Imperial Cities

– Ensuite room Hotel with AC (Luxuy – Mid-range)

– Walks, Culture, History Talks

– Real life Experiences…

Excludes:  

– Lunch $8 in total, Drinks $1, payable in Dirhams / US Dollars, Euros.

– Travel insurance

– Tips (Tipping is a part of the culture and economy of tourism in the Morocco, in a similar way to restaurants in the USA and Europe)

 

 Morocco Imperial cities historical & cultural tour Itinerary

Day 1: Marrakech – Rabat Via Casablanca

Morocco’s largest city, port and industrial and economic centre. Casablanca now has a population of 5 million.
Modern city with wide street, French style buildings. the most impressive building in Casablanca is the Mosque of Hassan II, completed in 1994 with room for 20,000 to pray inside and 80,000 outside in the courtyard. The tower (or minaret) is 210m high and is the highest minaret in the world. The cost of constructing the mosque is reported to have approached 1 billion dollars and is built partly over the sea, with a glass floor and opening roof.
The city has also small Medina and souks, but not as exotic as Marrakech It was originally a relatively small town after all.

Rabat was the capital of Morocco in the 12th century but moved later to Fes and Meknes During the Franco-Spanish Protectorate in the 20th century, The French made Rabat the administrative centre, and it became the capital on 1956.
Rabat has an old city (medina) and markets (souks) but not as facinating as in Fez and Marrakech. Rabat is mainly a large modern city, with a population of 2 million, and wide modern streets with fancy cafes.

Day 2: Rabat – Meknes

Built on 10th century and became capital of Morocco in the late 17th century by the sultan Moulay Ismail. Moulay Ismail was a lover of fine things (he also had a large harem which was reported to have produced several hundred children) and he planned to make Meknes into a great imperial city with architecture inspired by Louis XIV France, but could not achieve his dream. The holy town of MoulayIdriss is at 25Km north of Meknes.

Day 3: Meknas – Volubilis Roman Ruins – Fez

Volubilis or walili, Situated 30 Km north of Meknes, was the Roman capital of the area known as Mauretania Tingitana and now represents the most extensive Roman ruins in Morocco. The Romans left the city in the 4th century but it was still lived in until it was abandoned in the 18th century, when much of it was demolished to provide building materials for the places of Moulay Ismail in Meknes.

Items that can be seen here include some fine and well preserved mosaics (in their original positions)in the ruins of villas that once lined the main street, a number of old olive presses, public baths, and the Triumphal arch at the western end of the city.

Da 4: Explore Fez Old City

was the capital of Morocco for 4 centuries and Fez el Bali the old fes, is possibly the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world and one of the best preserved.
Fez is the cultural and religious centre of Morocco tegether with being home to Morocco’s oldest university.
The medieval city of Fez is a real art city, where craftsmen use techniques which may not have changed for many centuries.
There is an important tannery area in Fez where animal skins are cured and dyed together with a wool dying quarter. These areas and the methods used will certainly not have been changed by modern technology.

Day 5: Fez – Marrakech

Much of the culture of old Morocco can be seen in the old cities. All cities (except Agadir which has been totally rebuilt after the earthquake on 1960) have a walled medina where the history of morocco can be glimpsed.
These cities will also have a new town or ville nouvelle alongside, built during the time of the French-Spanish Protectorate in the 20th century and this is where the railway stations will be along with other modern services.
An important part of any Moroccan city is the souks or markets, often divided into separate areas dealing with different commodities and crafts.

Day 6: Explore Marrakech

The largest city of southern Morocco where Morocco’s most impressive market area (Souks), example of how Morocco used to be, sitting under the High Atlas Mountains. The famous, Jemaa el Fna square, the most attractive point of the Marrakesh. There are likely to be snake charmers, musicians, story tellers plus stalls to buy food, herbal medicines, or traditional dentists.
Around the square are plenty of cafes and restaurants where you can relax and watch everyone else. The souks are close to the square and cover the largest area of any souks in Morocco. Here you will find a wealth of handcraft material, rugs, pottery, food.
There are a number of gardens in and around Marrakech, irrigated by water brought down from the atlas mountains by canals, creating massive green areas in a city that can get very hot during the summer time.

Dy 7: Marrakech – Imlil – Atlas Mountains – Marrakech

Atlas Mountain Range:

stretch for around 2,400 Km, in a east/ west direction through Morocco and into Algeria, with the highest point being the peak of Jbel Toubkal (4,167m or 13,671 ft) located approximately 60 Km south of Marrakesh In Morocco the Atlas mountains are divided into 3 ranges, running parallel to each other, the Anti Atlas to the south, the high Atlas, and the Rif Mountains.

The most attractive area of the High Atlas is the Toubkal National Park, popular with trekkers and day-excursions alike, which also includes the peak of Jbel Toubkal. The area is particularly attractive in the spring and summer, when wild flowers are blooming, and the winter snow has gone from the lower levels.

the two stunning high passes that cross the High Atlas Mountains, the winding Tizi-n-Test pass which rises to 2,092m (6,860ft) heading south west from Marakech to Taroudant and Agadir and Tizi-n-Tichka pass, rising to 2,260m (7,400ft) heading to Ouarzazate and the legendry Draa Valley.

 

Morocco Imperial cities historical & cultural tour

Includes:

– Full transportation to all sites

– Full Guiding- Entrance fees

– Deluxe Van / 4×4 Jeep tour with AC

– All Cities Culture Guided Tour

– Custom-made Historical, Cultural and Monuments Tour

– Meals (Breakfasts and dinners Daily)

– Free time to explore Imperial Cities

– Ensuite room Hotel with AC (Luxuy – Mid-range)

– Walks, Culture, History Talks

– Real life Experiences…

Excludes:  

– Lunch $8 in total, Drinks $1, payable in Dirhams / US Dollars, Euros.

– Travel insurance

– Tips (Tipping is a part of the culture and economy of tourism in the Morocco, in a similar way to restaurants in the USA and Europe)

 Morocco Imperial cities historical & cultural tour

Highlights

  • – View the stunning contrast of Moroccan Culture
  • – Deep Introduction to Culture, History,Traditons & Life Philosophy
  • – Enjoy authentic Berber’s hospitality
  • – Taste delicious traditional Berber food
  • – Explore one of Morocco Beautiful Architecture
  • – Ride in Luxury AC van with AC
  • – Spend three full days seeing the best of what Sahara has to offer

Quick Facts

  • Duration: One Weeks Morocco Tour
  • Pick-up points: From Casablanca, Marrakech, Meknes, Fez Airport or Hotel
  • Drop off Point: Your Marrakesh Hotel / Airport

Essential Information:

Why Us?:

– Your hotel Pick-up, so you spend the maximum time exploring real & Authentic, Culture of Morocco, Private tour at your own pace

– Top Rated tour, with 5 star customer feedback and a Excellence reviews from Trip Advisor

– One guide that is with you from the moment you arrive in Morocco until you leave, taking care of your entire trip.  

What to bring:

– Valid passport – Money for Personal Spending and Monument fee.

– Warm clothes for night – Camera, Sun Cream, Creams and Pens for Berber women (optional)…

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