Tanger 8 days tour to Morocco north and along of the Atlantic Coast.

Day 1: Arrival at Tanger - Asilah :

You will be collected by our guide who will accompany you during the tour at the estimated time depending on whether you arrive by ferry or plane. We drive to the coastal Medina of Asilah passing mountainous landscapes. Dinner and overnight at Riad located in the heart of the Medina which is the most authentic and historic part of town.

Day 2: Asilah - Rabat - Casablanca:

Morning departure to Rabat, the political capital of Morocco, through small cities with characteristic blue and white seafronts. We visit in the capital to discover the crenellated red ochre walls, more than 5 km long in total and built by Sultan Yacoub el-Mansour which gives the city a special character that distinguishes it. We will go through the medina. Then visit the Tower of Hassan II, where 4 facades are decorated differently from each other, in three shades of pink and one in grey because of the wind. The remains of the old mosque and the mausoleum of Mohammed V, always with the tower, a Moroccan traditional artwork, full of fine materials from worldwide and with splendid decoration, then back to the new city to see the Royal Palace, the official residence of King Mohamed VI. After the tour of the political capital of Rabat, we visit the economic capital of Casablanca. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 3: Casablanca - Marrakech:

In the morning, visit the city centre and the street Prince Moulay Abdellah, the beating heart of the new city. Then we will plunge into the medina to go through the Mohamed V Square and United Nations Plaza to reach the Hassan II Mosque, the largestin the Maghreb, visitors just inside. After the tour we depart for Marrakech, the most famous of the Imperial cities. Depending on arrival time you may have the opportunity to make a first contact with the charming, famous Jemaa el Fna and surrounding areas. Dinner and overnight at hotel

Day 4: Marrakech Day Visit:

Free day to practice the art of haggling in the souks or discover the remotest corners of the medina at your leisure.Dinner and overnight in Riad / Hotel.

Day 5: Marrakech - Meknes - Fez:

After breakfast, departure to Fez through different sites. After a 5 hour trip arrival in the Imperial city of Meknes, visit the most interesting places in this city, starting with Bab Mansour, the most important and significant of the gates of Meknes. Then departure to Fez, where we end our long day. On arrival transfer to hotel and relax. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

Day 6: Visit Day of Fez:

After breakfast, visit the old town of Fez and its medina, the largest and most famous medina throughout the Arab world, entering from Bab Boujloud, easy the best known door and head for Dar Batha, a Spanish construction by Arabs that houses a fine museum of folk art.We go on to visit Bou Inania Madrasa, the Koranic school in Fez, where young people study the Koranin small rooms, with its chapel and a wonderful courtyard. The tour continues through the tanneries in the district of Dyers souk, Souk Chouara to discover the fascinating process of the leather, from cleaning the hair until the colour with natural dyes making it more beautiful. Then we pass the Quaraouiyine mosque, founded in the ninth century by a woman. The medina tour ends through the square where the Seffarine Hammam is popular in the streets and surrounding areas. Dinner and overnight in Riad / hotel.

Day 7: Fes - Volubilis - Chefchaouen:

We leave Fes and drive towards Volubilis, on the way; we come to the holy city of Moulay Idriss where you can make a short stop to see the remains of the ancient Roman city of Volubilis, world heritage site. In the afternoon we arrive in Chefchaouen, you have a free afternoon to visit the charming blue village.Dinner and overnight in Riad / hotel.

Day 8: Chefchaouen - Tanger:

After breakfast and at the agreed time, transfer to the port of Tanger to take the ferry or the airport for the flight back. Here the trip finishes 8 days tour to Morocco, and also the end of our services.