Want to sample the dynamic cities of Morocco in one amazing, extended journey? It’s simple with our back-to-back DreamTrips. Start with
Ancient & Modern Gems in Morocco’s Imperial City
(May 11-15), then Create Magical Memories in the Red City
(May 15-19) and finish in Marrakesh with Experience the Enchantment of Casablanca
(May 19-23). This way, you can experience the very best of this majestic Kingdom — ancient monuments, magical palaces, vibrant souks, mouthwatering cuisine and much more!
Inhale the intoxicating fragrances of spices and perfumes at the souks as you make your way across the city center of Fez on this fascinating DreamTrip. Touring this vibrant, ancient city, you’ll marvel at the carefully-maintained architecture of the Medersa el-Attarine, the Mosque of al-Qarawiyyin and other structures. Pass under the azure arch of the Bab Bou Jeloud city gate as you enter Fes el-Jdid to see a newer side of Fez, then stop at Dar Batha Museum, dedicated to traditional arts of Morocco and housed in Batha Palace. Get ready to barter for prized leather goods at the Chaouwara tanneries before admiring Ibn Danan Synagogue in the mellah, the Jewish quarter of Fez.
The next full-day tour brings you to Meknes to immerse yourself in one of Morocco’s imperial cities. You’ll be impressed by the towering entrance of the Bab Mansour city gate — a prime example of Almohad architecture. After exploring Meknes, continue to Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, then see the Roman ruins at Volubilis.
Your journey continues with a tour of Chefcaouen, a city known for its blue-tinted buildings. There, you’ll see important mosques, historic monuments and other cultural sites. Throughout your adventure you’ll feast on local delicacies. Conclude your travels with a delicious dinner as you share stories with your fellow DreamTrippers.What we love
• Of Morocco’s 4 Imperial cities, Fez is the oldest. It was originally 2 separate cities until they were united during the Almoravid dynasty in the 11th century.
• Fez el-Bali is the city’s oldest section and is known as the world’s largest car-free area within an urban district, making it a top choice for visitors who want to explore on foot.
• See for yourself why the medina of Fez was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1981. The city’s ancient buildings, constructed during the Idrisid dynasty in the late 8th century, are remarkably well preserved!
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This trip will close by March 27.