North Imperial of Morocco


Discover the best of Northern Morocco. Visit Tangier, Rabat, Casablanca, Meknes, Fez, Chefchaouen and Tetouan.

Rabat - The country's political and administrative capital. It is a modern, pleasant, and cosmopolotan city.

Casablanca - The largest city in Morocco, with a population of almost 4 million. The Grand Mosque of Hassan II is located her, and is the tallest temple in the world, but  the second largest (after the Mosque of Mecca).

Meknes - Is considered, together with Fez, Rabat, and Marrakech, as an imperial city. It was the capital of Morocco during the reign of Moulay Ismail, who enlarged it and built its walls and palaces, to the point of being called the Versailles of Morocco. 

Fez, - Famous for its ancient walled city, is one of the  most interesting and attractive destinations in the county. Its medina, the largest and labyrinthine in Morocco with its narrow streets is myterious, magical place wher you will be amazed at every step of the way. 

Chefchaouen - Is called "The Blue City" because of the color of its homes. The photogenic streets and corners have made this small mountain village in Northern Morocco, in the Rif region, one of the trendiest destinations in the neighboring country. 





Final price per person

349 €

Price per person
(In double room)



  • 05:15 hrs. Meet in Seville, in front of the Gate of the Pavilion of Protugal in the Glorieta del Cid (Prado de San Sebastian) 
  • 05.30 hrs. Departure from Seville, and arrival at Tarifa. Presentation at the port of Tarifa and meet with guide who wil lead the trip. Delivery of boarding passes for round-trip. The loss of this boarding pass will incur a surcharge of 40 euros to be paid at the port to return. 
  • 09.00 Hrs. Fast ferry departure to Tangier. Passport must be present and sealed during the voyage. 
  • Arrival to Tangier and meeting with the Moroccan guide, transportation at the port, departure to Rabat. 
  • Rabat, capital of the Kingdom of orocco, located on the Atlantic Coast, on the Southern bank of the Bu Regreg River, which separates it from the neighboring city of Salé. Its foundation daates back the the 2nd century BC from which archaelogical remains are still preserved, in a settlement known as Chellah. In 1195, during the Almohafe dynasty, Yaqub al-Mansur designed the construction of a large city that stretched over 400 hectares, surrounded by imposing walls and fortifications with five large doors. It was to be erected in a large mosque with four hundred columns to overcome the Giralda of Seville and the Koutoubia of Marrakech.m but the construction was stopped in 1199 afterhis death. Of these works, the minaret of the Hasan Tower is the only thing that has survived. It is 44 meters, which is twenty less than initially projected. 
  • We will also visit the Kasbah of the Oudaya, fortress that dominates
  • Free lunch in Rabat and continue to Casablanca 
  • Llegada a Casablanca
  • Arrival in Casablanca  
  • Alojamiento en el hotel, entrega de habitaciones y cena.


  • Panoramic tour of Casablanca, Morocco's largest city, is located on the Atlantic coast, south of the caital of Rabat. It is the most populous city in the whole country, with almost 6 million inhabitants. In this, we can admire the Hassan II Mosque, designed by the French architect Michael Pinsaeu, was inaugurated in 1993 after 22 years of work, this mosque is the highest in the Arab world, the lights of its minaret, 200 meters talls, can be seen from several kilometers away, and is the second largest after the Mosque of Mecca.  
  • Continue to Meknes and visit with a local guide. The history of Meknes is inextricably linked to the person of Moulay Ismail, founder of the Alauíta dynasty. Ambitious, visionary and brilliant architect, he remodeled and embellished the city in the example of Louis XIV of France, to build a "Moroccan Versailles". 
  • Moulay Ismail built in this contruction, walls sumptuous palaces, mosques, medersasm gardens and fountains, which still today surprise us by their beauty and variety. In their ambition to emulare the French Moarch they say that he asked for the hand of his daughter in marriage, Mademoiselle de Blois, Princess Wiodw of Conti. Kindly the Sun King declined the request, although in  return he sent him a beautiful collection of watches, which they say still adorn his beautiful palace of Meknes, Dar el Makhzén. 
  • Free lunch and continuation on the route to Fez. 
  • Arrival to the hotel in Fez, give out room assignment, dinner. 


  • Breakfast at the hotel 
  • We will dedicate the day to enjoying the city of Fez.
  • Actually, Fez is three cities in one. The new city, founded by the French in 1920 and withoutany interest to the visitor, Fez el Bali and Fez el jedid or Fez la Nueva, and extension of the previous metropolis, made under the Nenimerines dynasty in the 13th century. It is beyond a doubt that the medeival labyrinth with more than 9,400 streets that makes up Fex the Bali that makes up the most attractive area of Fez. The different professional guilds that coexist there are distributed in different neighborhoods of the artisans, that of the potters, forgers, tailors, etc... Getting lost in the souk of Fez becomes a pleasure for the senses if you get carried away by instinct and smell. The streets, sinuous and very narrow, and the houses, very high, allow a few rays of sun to pass, forming some sets of lights and enigmatic and mysterious shadows; something that increases the feeling of being in another world. 
  • Mirrors, perfumes, chickens, piegeons, silverware, gold, babuchas, sandals, chilabas, drums, vegetables, fruits, pottery, slabs, herbs, spices, portraits of the king, cereals, books, glassware, and everything imaginable. The constant rattle of the donkeys, loaded with goods from various backgorunds, transports you to a dream world only broken by the "Barak"  with which the owner of the animal warns people of its passing. 
  • Meeting at reception area and visit to Fez. We will start by visitng Fez el Jedid to see the Aluita Squara, Royal Palace, and the Makhzen. We will then continue to Fez el Bali, whose medina has more than 83,000 shops and 7,000 streets. Here we will see the spice sellers. This is an impressive part of the city where the fragrances and perfumes are very inviting to everyone who encounters them. We finish the morning with the visit to the Madrasah Es Attarin, a fantastic work of Islamic architecture, the museum of Fez, and the square of Es Seffarin near the tanneries. 
  • Lunch Free in Fez
  • Dinner at the hotel in Fez 


  • Breakfast at hotel and check-out
  • Early departure to Chefchaouen, a mysterious village where most of the houses are mounted in an indigo blue color that makes it unforgettable. Chefchaouen was founded as a secret place from which to attack the Portuguese, sitting on the North coast of Morocco. Chefchaouen completely prohibited entrance of Europeans until the arrival of Spanish troops in 1920. 
  • It is located within a nature reserve of the biosphere, in the foothills of the Jbel Tisouka and Jbel Megou mountains of the Rif Mountain Range. 
  • Chefchaouen is a Holy City hanging on the mountain, its streets are painted white and blue, villas of wise, friendly, and respectful people, and they offer visitors beautiful urban panoramas in decline, displays of local craftsmenship and a peace and serenitythat today can be hard to find. 
  • Visit of Chefchaouen 
  • Free Lunch
  • Departure to Tangier and baording to Tarifa
  • 18:00 hrs. Leave on the Fast Ferry from Tangier
  • Arrival in Tarifa
  • Transportation to Seville 
  • End of our services


  • Fast Ferry Tarifa Tánger round-trip
  • Transportation to and from Seville
  • Private transportation throughout the entire trip
  • 1 night in Casablanca in Hotel Oum Palace 4* or similar (half-board) 
  • 2 nights in Fez in Hotel Menzah Zalagh 4* or similar (half-board) 
  • Local guides in Rabat, Meknes, Fez y Chaouen
  • Entrsnce to the Madraza en Fez
  • Basic travel insurance for the trip
  • Cancellation fee insurance, we inform you that you can hire an optiona one
  • Drinks at lunches and dinners
  • Supplement single room 75 €
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You need a valid passport to make this trip to the north of Morocco in the bridge of Andalusia

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