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Morocco is a uniquely exotic bend of Berber, Arabic and European cultural influences. Experience this for yourself on this North African exploration of Morocco's Imperial cities.
Morocco is a land of contrasts and diversity. Lapped by the water of the Mediterranean to the north and by the waves of the Atlantic Ocean to the west, it is crisscrossed by the Rif and the Atlas Mountains. As well as the ever-popular Marrakesh, this tour also explores the lesser known cities of Fes, Meknes and Rabat. These are the Imperial Cities - all four have at one time been capital of Morocco and each has played a pivotal role in the country’s history.
Fes, Morocco’s oldest 'imperial city', has the world’s largest UNESCO-listed medieval medina and we also visit the cities of Meknes whose Bab El-Mansour, one of the most beautiful gates in all of Morocco and the traditional entrance to the medinak Rabat and the current capital city on the Atlantic coast. A
We head into the beautiful Atlas Moutnains, as well as explore the dunes and gorges of central Morocco and visit many of the smaller towns in the centre of the country, which were the crossroads between southern Africa and Europe to the north.
Marrakesh - the Red City, is possibly the most famous of all Morocco's imperial cities and this is where we end our tour. The minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque dominates the city’s skyline, standing at over 70m high and is visible for miles around. The Medina in particular is a sight to behold and is another designated UNESCO World Heritage site on this tour. A fitting end to a spectacular holiday.