Imperial cities & Blue city 7 Days

7 Days

 Imperial cities & Blue city

Imperial Cities of Morocco, also known as the “Four Imperial Cities,” refer to the historical cities of Rabat, Fez, Marrakech, and Meknes, which have all served as the capital of Morocco at some point in history. Each city carries a rich heritage, boasting distinctive architectural styles, cultural traditions, and historical significance.


Imperial Cities of Morocco, also known as the “Four Imperial Cities,” refer to the historical cities of Rabat, Fez, Marrakech, and Meknes, which have all served as the capital of Morocco at some point in history. Each city carries a rich heritage, boasting distinctive architectural styles, cultural traditions, and historical significance.

Rabat, the present-day capital of Morocco, offers a unique blend of ancient and modern elements. It showcases historical landmarks such as the Kasbah of the Udayas, Hassan Tower, and the royal palace, along with modern infrastructure and a vibrant city atmosphere.

Fez, the oldest of the imperial cities, is renowned for its well-preserved medieval medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its labyrinthine alleys, bustling souks, and grand architectural marvels like Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and Bou Inania Madrasa make it a captivating destination for history enthusiasts.

Marrakech, often called the “Red City” due to its distinct terracotta buildings, exudes an enchanting ambiance. Jemaa el-Fnaa square, the heart of the city, offers a lively atmosphere with snake charmers, street performers, and vibrant markets. The city also boasts architectural gems like the Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and the magnificent Saadian Tombs.

Meknes, often referred to as the “Versailles of Morocco,” showcases the grandeur of its imperial past. The massive Bab Mansour gate stands as an impressive entrance to the city’s medina, while the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and the royal stables exemplify the city’s rich history.


  • Marrakech: Known as the "Red City," Marrakech is a vibrant and bustling city that offers a unique blend of historical and modern attractions. The medina (old town) is a UNESCO World Heritage site, featuring iconic landmarks like the Koutoubia Mosque and the Bahia Palace. Jemaa el-Fnaa, the main square, comes alive with street performers, food stalls, and local vendors. The Majorelle Garden and the tranquil Menara Gardens are also must-visit spots.
  • Fes: Fes is a city steeped in history and renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture. The medina of Fes, also a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the largest car-free urban area in the world. Exploring its narrow winding streets and alleys is like stepping back in time. Don't miss the stunning Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, which dates back to the 9th century and is considered the oldest university in the world. The tanneries of Fes are another fascinating sight, where leather is still produced using traditional methods.
  • Meknes: Often overshadowed by its neighboring cities, Meknes is a hidden gem among Morocco's imperial cities. It boasts impressive historical sites such as the massive Bab Mansour gate and the Heri es-Souani granaries. The grandeur of the city can be experienced at the Royal Stables, which once housed thousands of horses. The Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the founder of the city, is an architectural masterpiece worth visiting. Meknes offers a more relaxed and authentic atmosphere compared to the larger cities.
  • Rabat: As the capital of Morocco, Rabat seamlessly combines modernity with a rich historical heritage. The Kasbah of the Udayas, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, is a picturesque fortified citadel with narrow streets and stunning blue and white buildings. The Hassan Tower, an incomplete minaret, stands as a reminder of a grand mosque project from the 12th century. Adjacent to the tower is the magnificent Mausoleum of Mohammed V, where the late king and his two sons are buried. Rabat also offers beautiful beaches, a charming old medina, and the vibrant Bouregreg Riverfront.


Day 1 :

Flight to Casablanca . On arrival at the Mohamed V airport, personal welcome by staff or Guide of Terra Nomadic Travels. Transfer to the hotel by bus or by car depend nember of client . Installation in the rooms. Dinner based on the arrival hours and overnight.

After breakfast, departure to Chefchaouen through Rabat. Visit this town : starting your visit by king palace ,Tour Hassan and Oudaya Kasbah then continue to the city of Chafchaouen nestled in Morocco’s Rif Mountains. The City known as “The Blue Pearl” is painted in various shades of blue, a custom that dates back to the 15th century, when an influx of Jews escaping the Spanish Inquisition settled in Chefchaouen. They brought along the tradition of painting buildings blue to mirror the sky and remind them of God. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel .

Departure to Volubilis, the most important Roman ruins in Morocco. After visiting the site, you will continue towards the small holy town of Moulay Idriss. Here rests Moulay Idris 1st, founder of the first Moroccan dynasty and the first Moroccan state. Departure to Meknes. Huge Walls surrounding the town marked by the reign of the powerful Sultan Moulay Ismail. Visit the most monumental gates of Morocco including Bab El Mansour, the tomb of Moulay Ismail, stables and grain mills, and the Souk. Departure to Fez. Dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 4 :

After breakfast, at 9 Am starting visit of Fes which is an old imperial city. Starting by the visit to the outside of Royal palace, the jewish quarters which is near the palace cemetery. Then go to Borj Sud is a viewpoint where there is a panoramic view of Fes.Visit the ceramic factory then down to the old Medina to live and discover the life of locals in the souk. Now it’s time to enter the medina and explore the labyrinth of9000 lanes and alleyways. It’s very easy to get lost in it.A visit to the old tanneries (also found in the medina) will be one of the biggest highlights of your one day in Fes. Accessed through the various leather shops, led up to a balcony overlooking the whole tannery seeing all the various vats of colored dye with leather soaking within it. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

After breakfast driving to Marrakech the red city in the way you will crossing the huge forest of cedar trees and have a stop to take many photos of Monkey of Atlas then arrival to the Ifrane city is famous place looks like European City called Switzerland of Morocco have a time in this beautiful city to take photos of sculpture lion on the stone coffee break and continue to the Marrakech via middle Atlas and Beni Mellal city and continue to Marrakech. Dinner and Accommodation.

Day 6 :

After breakfast, departure for the discovery of the imperial city "Marrakech the Red city ". Historic visit of Marrakech: the Koutoubia, the Bahia Palace, Ben Youssef Madrasa, the Menara gardens, round the ramparts. On the afternoon, visit the medina and souks of Marrakech, then free time on the famous Djemaa El Fna Square to admire the permanent show storytellers, acrobats, snakes, and charmers.... Return to the hotel. Dinner and accommodation at Hotel.

Day 7 :

Departure to Airoport depend your flight time.

Includes & Excludes


  • Private Air conditioned Vehicule at Disposal
  • Private english speaking driver
  • Daily breackfast
  • Accomodation (Hotels or Riads)
  • Stops for photos
  • Guide in Marrakech


  • Tickets
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Tips


where can i find free wifi ?

you will find free wifi in all Aeroports / Macdonald’s / KFC / Staebucks / Coffee shops / Restaurants / Hotels.

Where can i drink wine and beer

Only in the Bar or some hotels , never in the coffee shop.

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 Imperial cities & Blue city 7 Days

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