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At your arrival to the Casablanca airport, an official English speaker assistant will join you to share all the information for your stay in this city and accompanied you in the transfer to the Hotel in one of our privite vehicules and help you with the check inn. The rest of the day you can relax and enjoy the city at your own pace.
Casablanca is the biggest city in Marruecos, the main industrial area and commercial of the Region, there is one of the largest artificial ports f the world and the most of the north of Africa, it serves as primary base of the Real Marroqui Navy. This city has an important architectural heritage, due to the architectural diversity experienced during the 20th century.
After a tasty breakfast, we will visit Casablanca, starting with the Boulevard of the Corniche, the seafront promenade, and the coastal road, through which we’ll reach Anfa (old quarters of the historic city), a famous neighborhood in which its luxurious houses stand out.
The tour will lead to the exterior of the Great Mosque of Hassan II, a monumental and modern work (sliding roof and resistance to earthquakes) that holds the title of the third largest mosque in the world after Mecca and Medina (optionally, you can visit the inside). It is the most representative monument of the 20th century.
We will depart from Casablanca through the road and fertile valleys until we reach Meknes, a World Heritage Site and one of the four imperial cities along with Marrakesh, Fez, and Rabat, the former capital of Morocco.
You will visit the fortified city starting with its walls and great gates: Bab El Mansour Laalej, the largest gate in the country and North Africa; the Agdal pond, built for irrigation in the area; and the Lahdim Square, the epicenter of the city’s activity. Then you will have free time for lunch (optional).
Finally, you will arrive in Fez, where you will stay and have dinner.
After enjoying a delicious breakfast, we will start our journey with a visit to Fez Royal Palace with its magnificent golden doors. These seven bronze doors, each of different sizes, represent the seven days of the week and the seven levels of the monarchy.
Next, we will explore the Medina, also known as the Old Quarter. Here, we’ll have the opportunity to visit the Madrasa Bou Inania, which is an Islamic school. We’ll also see the Nejjarine Fountain, one of the most beautiful fountains in the medina and the oldest in Fez.
Additionally, we’ll visit the Al-Karaouine Mosque, a significant cultural center of Islam, housing a library with over 30,000 copies. This mosque is also the headquarters of the University of Fez. Lastly, we’ll visit the Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss, the most revered saint in Morocco.
During our journey, we’ll make a stop in the famous neighborhood of the Tanners, which is truly unique in the world.
Later, there will be an optional lunch opportunity. In the afternoon, we will continue our exploration of Fez, visiting its beautiful artisan neighborhoods that are divided by guilds.
Finally, we will return to our hotel to relax and unwind.
After a tasty breakfast at the hotel, you will go to the imperial city of Rabat, the capital of the kingdom and the second most populous city in Morocco. The visit will begin with the Royal Palace of Rabat and the seat of government, Dar-el-Makhzen, where more than two thousand people reside.
Later you will visit the Kasbah of the Oudaya, a fortified space of Berber origin dating back to the 12th century, a World Heritage Site. You will continue through the Mausoleum of Mohamed V (10 years of work and the collaboration of more than 400 artists), the unfinished Mosque and the Hassan Tower, and monuments of the Berber dynasty of the 12th century.
At the end of the visit, you will have free time for lunch (optional) and then continue the route to Marrakech, where you will have dinner and overnight at the hotel.
After a delicious breakfast, you will begin your visit to the city of Marrakech, the magical red city.
Your visit will begin with the Menara Gardens, on the outskirts of the city. These gardens with a 14-hectare park in the center of which is an immense 12th-century pond. Later you will go to the city center to see the majestic Koutoubia minaret, the twin tower of the Giralda in Seville. You will also visit the Bahia Palace, built in the 19th century.
You will have lunch in the hotel and, later, you will continue the tour in a magical place: the Yemaa el Fna Square, declared a World Heritage Site.
In the morning, you will find sellers of orange juice and other fruit, wicker baskets, souvenirs, sweets, jewelry, dentists, healers, and commissioned writers. This universe becomes particularly fascinating at nightfall when the square is lit up with a thousand lights.
Free afternoon and return to the hotel for accommodation.
After an exquisite breakfast, you will leave early for Zagora, Along the main road that passes through the highest mountain pass in North Africa, the Tizi-n-Tichka (2260 meters), you will pass through incredible landscapes dotted with small towns and vegetation.
You will go to the Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, an old obligatory stop for camel caravans, declared a World Heritage Site. Considered the most impressive ksar (fortified city) in southern Morocco and the best preserved in the country, which as the sun shines takes on different shades of red depending on the time of day. It has also served as the setting for numerous films.
You will have time for lunch (optional) and later continue to Zagora, passing through the Anti Atlas massif, Tizi N’Tniffift, Agdez, and Draa, with its innumerable palm groves (an estimated 11 million palm trees). You will arrive at the hotel where you will have dinner and accommodation.
After a tasty breakfast at the hotel, we will begin our journey to Erfoud.
Our first destination is the town of Tamegroute known for its spectacular green glazed ceramics and for having been one of the most important centers of learning and religion in the Islamic world.
We’ll continue the tour passing through Nkob, one of the oases that close the way to the desert, Tazzarine where you can see spectacular desert landscapes, and Al Nif (known by gemologists and mineralogists from all over the world for being the place where the most meteorites have been found. and trilobites), along the way you will be able to observe herds of wild dromedaries and a semi-lunar landscape that you will not think is real.
We’ll have free time for lunch (optional) and follow the road to Erfoud, passing through the city of Rissani, the cradle of the current dynasty (Alaouite dynasty) and an old commercial center in which its market and its famous donkey parking stand out, which shows an authentic Morocco, which has several monuments of interest such as Ksar amber or the Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif.
Upon arrival in Erfoud, you will stay and have dinner.
After relishing an exquisite breakfast, if the clouds permit, we will have the wonderful opportunity to attend the captivating sunrise show amidst the breathtaking dunes of Merzouga (optionally).
At the agreed time, we will depart for Tinghir, where we will discover one of the most magnificent landscapes of our trip—the Todra Gorges. This remarkable rocky canyon is renowned as one of the world’s most spectacular, attracting climbers from far and wide.
We will have some free time for lunch (optional) before continuing our journey towards Ouarzazate, also known as the “door of the desert.” Along the way, we will traverse the famed “route of the kasbahs,” a series of impressive adobe fortresses featuring battlemented towers made of raw brick.
Additionally, we will pass through the enchanting “City of Roses” (Kelaa de los Mgguna), a small fortified village known for cultivating the damask rose—a highly prized species that thrives even in harsh conditions. Its blooming season extends from mid-April to mid-May, adding to the village’s allure.
Upon our arrival in Ouarzazate, we will embark on a brief panoramic tour of this captivating city before heading to the hotel, where we will enjoy a delicious dinner and spend the night.
After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you will be picked up to start your journey back to Casablanca. You will make a stop on the way for lunch (optional) in Marrakech and then you will continue to Casablanca where you will check in at the hotel and have the rest of the day free, to rest and say goodbye to the city.
At night you will have dinner at the hotel and accommodation.
After an exquisite breakfast and at the agreed time, you will be transfered to the Casablanca airport, to board your international flight to Rome.
Upon your arrival in the eternal city, one of our vehicles will be waiting for you at the airport to receive and transfer you comfortably and quickly to the hotel.
On the way you will appreciate why the Italian capital is considered the maximum expression of the historical, artistic and cultural wealth of the Western world, which is why since 1980 it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
The rest of the day will be for you to relax, and if you wish, begin to enjoy Rome at your own pace.
You will start the day enjoying a delicious breakfast at the hotel. Then you will have free time throughout the day to visit and learn more about all the attractions that the “Eternal City” offers its visitors in abundance. For example, you can visit the famous Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Castel Sant’Angelo, and much more.
At the appointed time, you will take the train to Naples, the capital of the Italian Campania region. Upon your arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel. You will have free time for lunch and in the afternoon you will leave to visit Naples and also visit a typical food market.
Your tour of the incredible Archaeological Site of Pompeii begins with the pickup from the main hotels in the city center of Naples and at the scheduled meeting points.
After a 30-minute drive, you will arrive in Pompeii, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The guide will welcome you and help you with the purchase of the tickets. When you enter the site you will hear the most interesting stories about Pompeii and what life was like before the eruption of Vesuvius.
You will also discover the most important places, such as the thermal baths, the frescoes of the Lupanare, the Macellum with its “taverns”, the famous workshops located in the commercial streets, the Basilica, and the House of Faun.
You will have the opportunity to take photos during the different stops. The tour inside the ruins will take about 1 hour and a half. The exact route will depend on the number of visitors and the weather conditions.
You will be transferred back to Naples, where your tour will come to an end.
After a delicious breakfast, you will travel along the Italian coast, and our guide will allow the group to get off and take beautiful photos of the landscape.
One of the stops will be in a factory where “Limoncello” and other delicious local products are made. Enjoy 1-hour free time in Sorrento to stroll through the picturesque and narrow streets and admire the countless artisan shops. At this point, the tour will leave the bay of Naples and the coast of Sorrento to approach to Amalfi Coast.
You will reach Positano and you will stop in the downtown. This tour to Sorrento, Positano, and Amalfi includes a stop in a sought-after restaurant with a breathtaking terrace overlooking the sea as well.
After the lunch break, you will reach Amalfi, the most important town on the coast. Once in Amalfi during our free time of 1 hour, we suggest visiting the stunning and evocative St. Andrew’s Cathedral or lying down on the beach and tasting a local handmade ice cream.
After breakfast, you will start the visit to Capri. Your tour will begin with a hydrofoil trip to Capri. Once on the island, a minibus will take us to Anacapri where we will have free time to walk.
After lunch, we will visit Capri and the Augustus Gardens. In the late afternoon, we will return to Naples by hydrofoil.
Capri is an island in the Bay of Naples, famous for its rugged scenery, exclusive hotels, and commerce, from designer fashions to limoncello and handmade leather sandals.
One of its best-known natural sites is the Blue Grotto, a dark cavern where the sea shines with an electric blue color, the product of sunlight passing through an underwater cave. In the summer, Capri’s spectacular cove-lined coastline attracts many yachts.
After breakfast, a transfer will take you to the train station to board Rome.
For centuries, the Neapolitan city has been the home of artisans, and today you can still find unique and traditional objects whose manufacturing techniques were passed down from generation to generation. They are a good gift to take as a souvenir from Naples.