Per person

10,950 Mad

7 days – 6 nights

Casablanca – Marrakech – Rabat

Morocco’s imperial cities are rich in history, ancient monuments and the heritage of its glorious past dynasties. Set out on a 7 day tour and acquaint yourself with all their charms and mysteries.

The stages of this itinerary will introduce you to 3 of the most beautiful cities in Morocco. As soon as you arrive in Casablanca, whose charm and history await you.

Your next stop is Marrakesh, set out straightaway to explore the “Red City”. You will visit its architectural treasures. A stop in the famous medina will expose you to the local customs and handiwork.

Finally, you will experience Rabat, the hospitable capital on the ocean. Stroll down wide, open boulevards lined with palm trees and admire the Mohamed V Mausoleum and Hassan Tower, which is almost a thousand years old.

Go on an expedition and spend a journey admiring Morocco. As you experience its authenticity and tradition, you will appreciate its rich, varied history and the many surprises it holds for you.


1st Day: –Casablanca – (D)

Arriving in Casablanca international airport, welcome by our tour guide and Terratour agent

Transfer to your hotel for check in the rooms and free time to refresh

03h00 pm: Departure with your guide for a visit of the city. Casablanca is the economic capital of Morocco.

You will start by a visit to the Central Market. The  Habous is a part of the city that was built in the 1930s by the French.  So it is no surprise that it features a unique and harmonious mix of French Art Deco and Moroccan inspired architecture…

The Royal Palace is a masterpiece of Islamic architecture, built in the middle of picturesque orange groves and elaborate water features, perfectly befitting a king. Located in the Habous district of the city’s new medina, it is the King of Morocco’s main residence in Casablanca. Every year, a number of important events, receptions and royal activities take place in the palace.

The Mohamed V Square, the Anfa Residential district, the Ain Diab water front, also called “Corniche”.

The exterior of the Hassan II Grand Mosque.  This uniquely flamboyant building was erected at enormous expense to commemorate the former king of Morocco’s 60th birthday. Set on an outcrop jutting over the Atlantic Ocean with a 210 meter high minaret, it has become the city’s inescapable landmark.  With its endless array of hand-carved stones and wood, intricate marble flooring and inlay, gilded cedar ceilings and exquisite mosaics of zellij, it is the magnificent showcase of the very best artisanship that Morocco can produce. - La Grande Mosquée Hassan II, symbole de Casablanca, fierté des Marocain(e)s

06h30 pm: Return to the hotel

08h30 pm: Departure for dinner in the French restaurant “Cabestan”

Overnight stay in your hotel


2nd Day:  Casablanca – Marrakech (300 km/ 3h30) –(B) (D)

07h00 am – 09h00 am: breakfast buffet in the hotel

10h00 am – 12h30pm: free time in Morocco Mall for shopping

Free time for lunch

02h30 pm: departure for Marrakech with a rest stop during the trip for free time for lunch

06h00 pm: arrival in Marrakech, Check- in

08h30 pm: departure for dinner and a Fantasia show in the restaurant “Chez Ali”

11h30 pm: return to the hotel

Overnight at your hotel


3rd Day:  Marrakech – (B) (L) (D)

07h00 – 09h00 am: Breakfast buffet in the hotel,

10h30 am: departure to visit the city of Marrakech, also named the ochre city,

Visit of the Koutoubia Mosque was one of the most important and the largest in the Islamic world when it was built in 1158.

Visit the Majorelle Gardens, conceived by the painter Jacques Majorelle in 1917. He created this garden around his workshop. This is a living work of art, full of exotic and rare plants: cacti, lilipads, varieties of jasmins, bougainvilleas, palms, coconut and banana trees, etc.

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Visit the Yves Saint Laurent museum, located near the gardens. The museum houses part of the « Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent » collection, which includes high fashion clothes and accessories, as well as designs and various objects, prominently displayed as an exhibit.

The Saadien tombs date from the end of the 16th century. The gardens are accessible through a narrow corridor, at the end of which you will find a beautiful garden with over 100 tombs, all adorned with beautiful mosaics. It is the site where servants and warriors from the Saadien dynasty are buried.

The Bahia Palace is one of the most important architectural works of Marrakech. It was built in the late nineteenth century and was designed to be the most impressive palace of all times.

Visit El Badi Palace is a ruined palace . It was commissioned by the sultan Ahmad al-Mansur of the Saadian dynasty sometime shortly after his accession in 1578. The palace’s construction was funded by a substantial ransom paid by the Portuguese after the Battle of the Three Kings. It is currently a popular tourist attraction.

The garden of Menara is an extensive garden planted with olive trees, built during the Almohade dynasty. In the center of the garden a basin was built adjacent to a pavilion. It was designed as a reservoir to irrigate nearby agricultural lands and olive and orange groves.

Saadian pavilion,Menara gardens and Atlas in Marrakech, Morocco, - EuroTimes

Lunch: in the restaurant “El Fassia”

The afternoon is dedicated to the visit of the ancient medina and the Jmaa El Fna square which is a bustling hub in the heart of Marrakech.  There to your delight, you will see live snake charmers, monkey trainers, storytellers, musicians and numerous forms of arts, such as games, henna tattooing, etc… In 2001, “the cultural space of Jmaa El Fna” was designated by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity, a meeting point for people of the desert and mountains.

05h30 pm: return to the hotel

08h30 pm: departure to the restaurant “Lotus” for dinner

Overnight stay in your hotel


4th Day: Marrakech – (B)

Breakfast at the hotel

Free day to allow you to explore and discover the hidden gems of Marrakech at your own pace.

Free time for lunch

Free time for dinner

Overnight stay in your hotel


5th Day: Marrakech – Rabat (340 km/ 4h00) – (B) (D)

Breakfast in the hotel, then free morning for shopping or sight-seeing in Marrakech

1h00 pm: departure for Rabat

2h30 pm: Free time for lunch stop in a rest area on your way to Rabat

6h30 pm: check in the hotel in Rabat

Dinner and overnight stay in your hotel


6th Day: Rabat – (B) (L) (D)

07h00 to 9h30 am: breakfast buffet in the hotel

Full day city tour in Rabat, your guide will take you for a discovery of the Capital city of Morocco

First to Chellah, where the Romans settled after their conquest of North Africa. It is a necropolis and a complex which comprises ancient roman as well as medieval ruins overlooking the BouRegreg River at the outskirts of Rabat. It is the most ancient human settlement near the mouth of the BouRegreg River. It was abandoned in 1154 and laid deserted until the 14th century, when a Merenid Sultan built a necropolis on top on the Roman site and built a defensive wall all around it to fend off at tackers. The walls are still standing today.

Hassan Tower is the proud minaret of an uncompleted mosque. The construction of this architectural treasure began in 1195, during the reign of the Almohade leader, Yacoub El Mansour.  The tower was intended to be the tallest minaret in the world, along with the adjoining mosque. However, at the death of Yacoub El Mansour the construction work stopped, and the site remained unfinished.

Mohamed Y Mausoleum is a more recent historical building.  It houses the tomb of King of Morocco, Mohamed V and his two sons, King Hassan II and Prince Moulay Abdallah.  The building is viewed as a masterpiece of modern Alaouite dynasty’s architecture.

Kasbah des Oudayas. Located at the mouth of the BouRegreg River. It was built in the twelfth century by the Almohads. Originally, this Kasbah was intended for military defense of the settlement. Later on, the Kasbah gave its name to the whole city, within the walls. Kasbah des Oudayas is a city within the city with winding, narrow streets and houses nestled inside the protective rampart.  It is part of the larger city of Rabat. In 2012, it has been designated by UNICESCO as part of the world’s heritage, along with other sites in the city.

Fichier:Marrocos-Kasbah-Oudaya-Rabat-Luis-Filipe-Gaspar.jpg — Wikipédia

The Rue des Consuls, the street where ambassadors and other representatives of foreign governments were obliged to live until 1912.

Then visit of the ancient medina, surrounded by more ramparts, accessible through huge handcrafted gates. Countless handmade crafts shops can be found and more unique souvenirs can be found.

Lunch: in the restaurant Al Marsa in the Marina of Sale

After lunch, visit of Sale, the twin city of Rabat, separated by the Bou Regreg River

05h00 pm: Return to the hotel

08h30 pm: departure for dinner at the Moroccan restaurant “Le Ziryab”

Overnight stay in your hotel


7th Day: Rabat – Casablanca (100 km/ 1h30) – (B)

Breakfast, then free morning to visit the city of Rabat, at your leisure

Transfer to Mohammed V Casablanca International Airport for your flight


Rates and hotels:

City Hotels Double room per person Single room per person
Casablanca Palace d’Anfa 5*

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10.950 DHS/ 1.045 EUR / 1.220 USD 16.450 DHS/ 1.570 EUR / 1.830 USD

Adam Park Hotel & Spa 5*

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Hotel Farah 5*

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Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates


The price includes:

  • Transport in touristic bus, with air conditioning, professional driver, Wifi, television from the arrival to the departure
  • All meals mentioned in the program
  • 6 nights’ accommodation in hotels mentioned in the program.
  • Entrance fees to the monuments mentioned in the program
  • Services of an English speaking guide during the whole trip.
  • Dinner at the “Cabestan” in Casablanca
  • Dinner at the restaurant “Chez Ali”in Marrakech
  • Lunch in the restaurant “El Fassia «in Fes
  • Dinner at the restaurant “Lotus» in Marrakech
  • Lunch in the restaurant Al Marsa in the Marina of Sale
  • Dinner at the Moroccan restaurant “Le Ziryab” in Rabat

The price does not include:

  • Plane tickets,
  • Drinks other than water,


Please note:

  • The fees are subject to availability at time of confirmation
  • Other activities may be suggested on demand or on-site at time of arrival


NB/      B = Breakfast           /           L = Lunch         /       D = Dinner