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Departure on April 20th

8 days - 7 nights


Starting from € 1,450 per person in a double room


The price includes:

scheduled flights from Milan

Transfers to and from the airport

Local Italian speaking guide

Visits and excursions as scheduled

Meals as scheduled

Insurance and cancellation

Morocco, a land rich in history and culture, is home to four extraordinary cities that were once the centers of imperial dynasties: Fes, Marrakech, Meknes and Rabat. Let's discover together the magic of the Imperial Cities of Morocco.

1. Fes: The Labyrinth of the Ancient Medinas

Fes is a city steeped in history and tradition. Its beating heart is represented by the Medina of Fes el-Bali, one of the largest medieval medinas in the world. Explore the bustling markets, marvel at the architectural intricacies of the Medersa Bou Inania, and wander the medieval streets that transport you back in time.

2. Marrakech: The Charm of Squares and Gardens

Marrakech, with its vibrant Medina and the majestic palm trees of Jardin Majorelle, is one of the most fascinating cities in Morocco. The Djemaa el-Fna square is a hub of activity, with jugglers, musicians and food stalls creating a unique atmosphere. Visit the sumptuous gardens and majestic palaces such as the Bahia Palace for an immersion in Marrakech's rich history.

3. Meknes: The City of Monumental Gates

Meknes, often overlooked by tourists, is a true gem. Its Medina is less crowded, but equally fascinating. Admire the majesty of the Bab Mansour Gate, one of Morocco's largest monumental gates, and learn about history in the mausoleums and ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis nearby.

4. Rabat: The Cultural and Political Capital

Rabat, the capital of Morocco, is a city that balances historic elegance with modernity. Visit the Kasbah of the Oudaias with its white and blue streets, explore the Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, testimonies of the city's past and present greatness.

5. Crafts and Culinary: A Journey of the Senses

Throughout the Imperial Cities, immerse yourself in local craftsmanship in souks and markets. From rugs and ceramics to perfumes and spices, each city offers a unique shopping experience. Don't forget to savor Moroccan cuisine, rich in flavors and aromas, in local restaurants and in the streets of the Medina.

6. Moroccan Hospitality: Warmth and Friendliness

The Imperial Cities of Morocco are also famous for the hospitality of their inhabitants. Let yourself be won over by Moroccan friendliness, where hospitality is a deep-rooted tradition and visitors are welcomed with warmth and generosity.


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