This trip to Tangier from Fes gives pride of place to the Medinas of Morocco, from the cultural Fes to Tangier the cosmopolitan, through the mountains of Rif, Chefchaouen, Tetouan and Asilah. Medinas of the North still little known and yet so beautiful! During this tour you will enjoy different landscapes in the north of morocco which is different from the other in the desert.
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Departure for Meknes, imperial city of Sultan Moulay Ismail, contemporary of Louis XIV. To discover with your guide: the Palais Jamaï, Bab El Mansour, the tomb of Moulay Ismaïl, Hri Essaouani, the royal stables and the medina, classified as that of Fès as world heritage of Unesco.
Do not forget the big covered market which is a feast for the senses with its baskets of spices, its multicolored stalls of olives, its mountains of oranges, its piles of scented mint. Lunch in a Moroccan restaurant.
After lunch we will continue our journey to Volubilis to visit the old roman’s site dated to 2000 years. There you will have free time to explore the site and take pictures before driving back to meknes where you will spend the night in hotel or riad.
Dinner and overnight in guest house in the middle of the medina.
You leave Meknes to the north to Chefchaouen delights with its alleys tinged with green, blue, mauve, architectural charm that reflects the footprints of Andalusian civilizations. Its inhabitants, descendants of the "Moriscos", take pride in their wonderful city.
Dinner and overnight in a guest house in the heart of the medina.
To reach Tangier, we will go through Tetouan the Arab-Andalusian, nicknamed "the White". Built in the time of the Marinids in 1307, it was the starting point for privateers, given its strategic position. The city reached its peak at the time of Sultan Moulay Ismail in the 18th century.
The Muslims of Andalusia, the Andalusians, have fled from Spain since the beginning of the 16th century and have recreated in Ttouan the refinement of the cities of Muslim Spain. It has retained its Andalusian soul which makes it the most Spanish-Moorish Moroccan cities.
To visit the souk El Hot known for its beautiful pottery; that of the tanners or the market of the fabrics where Rifain women dressed in their traditional costume, sell their pieces of striped fabrics red, white and blue, typical of the Rif. Do not miss the Hassan II Square (FEDDANE) the royal palace built in the seventeenth century and restored in the 20th century. Lunch in Tetouan before continuing to Tangier, where we will settle for tonight in a historic site built by Eastern Telegraph Company, in the Kasbah district.
With the development of the telegraph, the English connected Tangier and Gibraltar by a telegraph cable. They built in 1884 the current building to install its offices and welcome their guests
After breakfast we will drive back to Fes either by highway or through chefchaouen and Ouazzan.
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