Marrakesh Sightseeing Tour is arranged with a local English-speaking tour guide who will meet you at your accommodation around 9 a.m, he will take you to explore Marrakech. For your confort, Our Marrakech sightseeing tour includes:
Jemaa Fna square: It is a UNESCO site and one of the famous squares in the world. Wandering with your guide, you will see many story tellers, snake charmers, musicians and water tellers mostly in the morning. In the afternoon, the square gets full with food stalls with different kind of Moroccan food. Around the sunset, we suggest that you go for a drink in one of the Cafe terraces overlooking the Jemaa Fna square that gets iluminated by the lamplights and panels with the number or names of stall owners.
Souks & Medina Alleyways: Wander with your guide to explore how talent Marrakechi handcrafters are. See how hard and proud they work to make objects as they their ancestors have, from metal such as lamps, from wool skin such as leather bags…Etc Cities sightseeing
Marrakech Landmarks: Places, Bahia and Badi, Gardens: Majorelle & Menara, Marrakech Meuseum, Ben Youssef Medrasa, Almoravod Koubba, Saadian Tombs, Koutoubia mosque..Etc
Pick up, start fez tour with local guide & driver that Include Fes new city & Ancient Medina( Royal Palace gate, Jewish Quarter, Janan Sabil Garden, ruin Merenid, Bab Boujloud, Tannery, Borj Bab Ftouh, Ceramic school, Al Quarwine, Mouly Idriss Mausoleum…)
After that, drive to local family for Dinner to give you more steps closer to the Moroccan traditional cuisine, and to break the routine used by visitors having lunch at restaurants. So, lunch will be at a traditional Moroccan house built in 14 century.
An occasion to learn about Moroccan eating habits like washing hands before the meal by a kettle of water and soap, sitting around round table in a salon, eating from the same Dish, eating using right hand & to scoop up the food by piece of bread
You’ll find a selection of salads tagine with meat and vegetables, couscous, Chicken with Green Olives and Lemon, fruit…all put out on the table at the same time.
After Dinner, enjoy Moroccan mint tea.
Drive back to your stay.
Morocco’s political and administrative capital may be short on top-drawer tourist attractions, but it compensates with plenty of charm. The Ville Nouvelles palm-lined boulevards are clean, well kept, and relatively free of traffic – a blessed relief for those who have spent time in Casablanca. There’s a clean central beach, an intact and evocative kasbah, and an attractive walled medina that is far less touristy than those in other large cities. All in all, the city is a good choice for a short sojourn.
A century and a half ago, Casablanca was a town of a few thousand people; today it is Morocco’s largest and arguably most important city, with thriving economic and cultural engines. Explore the mosques, medinas and minarets of this coastal capital on a private Casablanca tour with a friendly local guide.
Casablanca’s landmark building, the Hassan II Mosque, literally can’t be missed. Perched dramatically on a rock outcrop overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, its soaring minaret is the world’s tallest, and the mosque’s ornate details are the result of over 6000 traditional Moroccan artisans. Your guide can explain this modern masterpiece to you before you take a wander through the city’s Ancienne Medina, and the Art Deco buildings in the city centre. Your guide will happily show you the best places to sample regional dishes like couscous and tagine.
Whatever your travel interests, your guide will accommodate them, while showing you the best of his city on your private Casablanca tour.