Day 1: Tangier – Tetouan – Chaouen
Meeting in the port of Tangier according to agreed time and departure Route 5 days from Tangier to Fez in the direction of Chaouen. During the morning we will explore Tangier, visiting the museum of Moroccan arts, the Dar El Makhzen and the small Souk in the heart of the Medina. In the company of our driver – guide and after traveling 57 km with the 4 × 4 we will arrive at the next city, Tetouan, called «La Blanca», located in the foothills of the Rif and facing the sea, and visit its attractive medina. Then we will go to Chaouen. accommodation in Riyadh.
Day 2: Free day in Chaouen
After breakfast, we will lose ourselves in the narrow streets of the “blue town”. Chaouen, which in Berber means “the horns”, is a beautiful city where the contrast of the white houses with the strong blue of its doors and windows and the green contour of the Lau River and much more accommodation in riad attracts attention .
Day 3: Chaouen – Meknes – Volúbilis – Fez
After breakfast we continue to Méknes. 27 km from this city are the ruins of the Roman city of Volubilis, where we will make a stop to meet them. Then we continue to Meknes to visit the city that is linked to the name of Moulay Ismail, the great sultan of the Alouita dynasty. Visit the walled Medina, the Bab Mansour gate and the Hedim square. In the afternoon we will travel to Fes, the spiritual capital of Morocco where we will spend the night. accommodation in a Riad
Day 4: Fez
The day will be spent enjoying this city, the oldest of the imperial cities. religious and cultural capital. We will make a guided tour to know the Golden Doors of the Royal Palace. Then, from a high point we will observe the wall that encloses an impressive and ancient medina, which we will walk on foot to be able to experience the hundreds of sensations it awakens. We will discover mosques and madrasas, karabansarais and religious places until we reach the tanners’ neighborhood. We will leave free time for lunch – not included – and then continue visiting the artisans’ neighborhood. They brought their knowledge from Spain and have maintained Andalusian art and style to this day, giving Fez the deserved name of the city of artisans. End of trip and our services