Day 1: Tangier/ Fez
Upon arrival in Tangier, depending arrive by ferry or plane, you will find the Moroccan guide that will take you south through the Rif mountains via Ouezzane, and going through these mountains and small villages along the route to Fez. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 2: Fez/Casablanca
After breakfast we will visit the Old Town of Fes (Fes el-Bali) and its medina, the largest and most famous throughout the Arab world, entering from the Bab Boujloud, the most famous entrance and heading towards Dar Batha, a Spanish-Moorish building that houses a fine museum of folk art, going ahead with the visit Bou Inania the madrassas, the Koranic school in Fez, where the young studied the Koran among rooms, a chapel and a wonderful patio. The tour then continues through the Suke Chouara tannery where we discover the fascinating processing of the skins, from removing the fur to coloring with the most beautiful natural colors. Then we will pass the Qaraouiyine mosque, founded in the ninth century by a woman. The city tour ends in Seffarine passing through the square, where brass workers operate and populate the square and surrounding streets. We will exit the medina through Bab Semmarine and then head towards Casablanca where you will dine and spend the night in what is considered the economic capital of Morocco.
Day 3: Casablanca/Rabat
After early wakeup and breakfast will visit the city from the center of the rue Prince Moulay Abdellah, beating heart of the new city. Then we will dive into in the Medina to pass through the square and the Mohammed V Square United Nations up to the Mosque of Hassan II, the most great, and the only visitors inside, across the Maghreb. After a quick stop for lunch you will depart at a time in Rabat, the capital politics of Morocco, and also overlooks the sea, so we'll see the crenellated red ocher walls, more than 5 km long in total and built for the will of Sultan Yacoub el-Mansour, which give the city a very special character that distinguishes it. You will cross the Medina and its souks, more authentic than others because the products of shops have turned to local customers and therefore there are fewer tourists. Yes will then visit the Kasbah of the Udayas, erected by a terrible tribe of predators in the twelfth century. We then visit the Hassan II Tower, where the 4 facades are decorated different from each other, three in shades of pink and one in the gray because of the sea breeze, the remains of the old mosque and the Mohammed V mausoleum, next to the tower, a masterpiece of Moroccan traditional architecture, full of valuable materials from around the world and splendid decorations. From here you will return to the new town to see the Royal Palace, residence of King Mohamed VI and the adjacent Chellah Necropolis, built in 1339 to house the tombs of the Merinid dynasty; so we can walk in a green, bucolic, romantic and full of history place. After this long day there will be dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 4: Rabat/Tangier
After breakfast, departure towards Tangier, through a hilly landscape whose colors change from yellow ochre to green depending on the season. Once got the guide you will discover this ancient city through the Grand Socco (or square of 9 April 1947), a place that connects the new town with the old. From here you will go visit Medina and Casba, places where we return to the past, in which see the Dar el-Makhzen, the sultan's palace, embellished by a beautiful patio with arches decorated with the typical majolica. Visiting City ends with a stroll through the fishermens marina, animated and colorful ... a festival of colors, sounds and odors.