Travel to Morocco, one of the best travel cities in 2015, perfect for a wedding, anniversary or honeymoon, and summer holiday destination. Enjoy your first trip ever to Morocco in less than five days and have your best Morocco’s sightseeing experience. A sightseeing panoramic tour of Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, and Fez will be a great choice to explore Morocco in less than one week. Morocco is a great country for leisure, cultural, culinary, and historical experience. Book your tour with affordable prices over the internet and start your journey soon. In addition, Morocco is a diverse country which always been successful in combining external influences such as the French and Spanish.
Casablanca: Arriving at the harbor city, Casablanca is more of the modern side of Morocco with the stylish villa and stunning modern buildings, different from the medieval Marrakech and Fez. Casablanca is the center of Morocco’s economic and business activities. Things that catch your eyes here are Casablanca Cathedral (no longer used for religious purposes but open to all visitors), Hassan II Mosque (7th largest mosque in the world), and Arte a Beaute au 9 (a New York concept beauty center and art gallery). Don’t forget to try the famous tangines and fried or baked dishes while you are in Casablanca.
Rabat: The political capital side of Morocco, Rabat serves to be one of the most significant cities in the country in terms of tourism and for all foreign embassies. Also listed as one of the world’s historical heritage sites, Chellah became one of Rabat’s reminiscent sights being abandoned by the old Roman city of Sala Colonia. In addition, Kasbah of the Udayas, another site located at the mouth of Bou Regreg river historic barriers used to guard the royal family against attacks. A popular historic structured garden, Andalusian Gardens is a peaceful and well-maintained plant arrangement to look for.
Meknes: The resident of the Moroccan sultan, Sultan Moulay Ismail, Meknes is rich with olives, cereals, citrus fruit, grapes, and other agricultural products that are excellent to try and satisfy your food taste. Things to see are Bab Mansour (27 striking gates in Morocco), Dar Jamai (a palace and museum exhibiting artifacts, jewels, and old copies of the Qur’an), and Habs Qara (underground prison under the incarcerated of Sultan Moulay Ismail). Even though Meknes holds fewer visitors than any other imperial cities of Morocco, it is considered the most reasonable place to shop for low prices, and people are more polite and nicer.
Fez: The second largest city of Morocco, Fez is listed as one of the world’s historical heritage site by UNESCO, one of the four imperial cities of Morocco. Start your historical journey at Bab Bou Jeloud (the blue-tiled gate) then head along to the main access road of Talaa Kebira. Next, stop by the Karouine Mosque and the Jewish quarter in Fez el-Jdid (the site of the Royal Palace). On your journey, enjoy some delicious Moroccan cuisine during your one day trip to Fez. Enjoy your panoramic journey in Fez surrounded by traditional houses (riads and dars) and old medinas.