As you arrive at Casablanca Mohamed V Airport, you will be taken to "White City" where you will get to visit the Hassan II Mosque, which is an architectural masterpiece of Moroccan architecture. The mosque is the second largest religious building in the world, which was designed by French architect Michel Pinseau. You also get to visit The Museum of Moroccan Judaism, which is the only Jewish Museum in the country. The Museum displays collections of costumes, religious books, and various other items, which put light on the role of the Jewish community in building current Morocco. You also get to visit the Corniche Boulevard Plaza, Habous district. After this, you get back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
After you have your breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken to Rabat, which is the capital of Morocco. You can do some sightseeing in the Imperial city of Rabat and visit the Mohamed V Mausoleum and the Kasbah of Oudayas landmarks. Rabat is a city, which is rich in history, therefore, on the tour, you will visit the different top museums. However, we will only focus on the most important places to visit:
Museum of History and Civilizations Rabat:
It is an archaeological museum, which was opened in 1932 and displays various archaeological findings. Its chief goal museum is to show Morocco to the public from prehistory to pre Islamic civilizations. Here, you will get to see simple tools, which were used by cavemen for hunting.
Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art:
Established in 2014, this museum with several modern paintings is the first institute in Morocco to display contemporary art. The place displays the works of celebrated Moroccan artists, like, Ahmed Louardiri, Cherkaoui R'bati, Ben Ali Mohammed, and many others.:
Established in 1915, the museum displays pieces signifying the Moroccan traditions, everything right from traditional clothing to weapons to rare jewelry. The museum is located in the Kasbah of Oudayas, an ancient fortress built in 1672 and is extremely popular among travelers.
Classic Car Museum
At first, this village looks like any other ordinary Moroccan house, but as you enter, all the cars that are on display will surprise you. You will see different models dating back from 1957 and the whole experience will be exciting. There are no entry charges for this car museum. Check in to your hotel for an overnight stay.
After you have your breakfast at the hotel, you will drive to Fez and stop in Meknes for a brief tour and an optional lunch. From here, you will get to the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. This is a silent site from where you can see the holy city of Moulay Idriss as well as the Mosque of Moulay Idriss, who was the first Arab in Morocco and the originator of the Idrisid dynasty. Have dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
After you have your breakfast at the hotel, you will get to enjoy a guided city tour of Fez. The city was founded in the eighth century and is certainly one of the most charming cities in Morocco. Fez was the first capital of Morocco and was the scholarly, religious, and cultural center of the kingdom. Once in Fez, you will visit the medieval Islamic centers' Medina and religious university, Madrasas Attarine. Madrasas Merinid of Fes is decorated with beautiful tiles; elaborate stucco engraved walls and engraved wooden arcs painted frame doors. The patio of a Madrasa is the most decorated area. Later, you will visit the Karaouine Mosque and University, which is the oldest university in the world. Formerly it was constructed in a simple style; however, with time there have been several modifications. You will find several designs first designs of Andalusia, Spanish-Islamic styles, old Kufic calligraphy, patterns of geometric flowers, plasterwork, marble domes, etc. Your next stop would be at Nejjarin Fountain, near which you can enjoy an optional lunch in the Medina. After this, walk outdoors, where you will find the center of Moroccan life. Finally, you get back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Fez has many big souks, significant tanneries, and is rich in culture and spirituality. The city is the oldest of four Moroccan imperial cities and has several magnificent museums, which can be visited by people with different interests.
Dar Batha Museum
This museum was earlier a palace, which was established at the end of the 19th century. It has an extensive collection of traditional Moroccan arts and crafts. As you enter the museum, you will find the Berber carpets, traditional musical instruments, and subtle embroideries buildings. There is also a huge collection of ceramic tiles, detailed woodcarvings, and tadelakt plaster.
The exhibition hall is housed in a previous protective stronghold of the sixteenth century constructing a top of Borj Nord, one of the two hills sitting above Fez, the weapon gallery is an absolute necessity for anybody keen on old weapons. You will become familiar with the military history of the country and respect the shows of guns, blades, and weapons.
Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and crafts
Nejjarine Museum of Arts and wooden handicrafts situated in a "funduq" which was a hotel for vendors, merchants, and guests to the city of Fes and gave a storage place to store their items. It has been painstakingly reestablished to its wonder. Abilities and conventions of wooden painstaking work are held. It displays different antiquated devices and articles, radiant wooden chests including elaborate, cut entryways, fancy chests, and instruments. Presently, the structure itself is a masterpiece too.
Music Museum of Andalusia
Andalusia Museum Music is a privately owned family. The place has been renovated. The museum shows a diversity of exciting musical instruments in the wonderful areas and collections of old documents and artworks. Historical photos that take the tourists back to the past. Return to your hotel for the night.
After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Marrakech passing by a few Berber villages and small towns of Immouzer and the stunning Ifrane, which is a popular ski resort famous for wood carving. Visit Beni Mellal, a place, which provides you the opportunity to enjoy and see cascades, forests, mountains, and the actual way of life in its unadulterated form. You can have an optional lunch before moving forward in Marrakech.
You can also take Highway Fez/Marrakech, which is more relaxed
Afterward, have dinner and an overnight stay in the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken for a city tour of Marrakech, which is the second Imperial city in Morocco after Fez. Marrakech is also known as The Red City and was established in the late 12th century by the Almoravides dynasty. You will start your tour by visiting the captivating sites of Marrakech, as the vibrant markets in the medina, Koutoubia Mosque, the well-known Djemaa El Fna Square with its enduring show of magicians, folktale, snake charmers, fortune-tellers, storytellers, and much more. Get to the attractive Bahia Palace with its magnificent interiors and alluring charm. After free lunch, visit Majorelle Gardens and Yves Saint Laurent Museum (see below details). Explore the city of Gueliz and check out its numerous cafes, galleries, and restaurants. Afterward, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
After breakfast, visit various museums and the art world -
Dar Si Said Museum
One of Marrakech's most excellent homes. A tranquil and lovely spot to put in a couple of hours. This sublime structure was placed in the nineteenth century and encompasses a brilliant patio brimming with blossoms and cypress trees and wellspring. The display rooms around the yard have plaster and mosaics, cut entryways. The fundamental public areas are loaded up with traditional mats, displaying the various styles found on the opposite side of Morocco. On the off chance that you have no earlier information on Moroccan carpets, this magnificent show will give you some significant data about the noteworthy assortment of styles and hues accessible.
Museum of Marrakech
Marrakech Museum is housed in nineteenth-century Dar Menebhi palace, was reestablished in 1997 by the Foundation Omar Benjelloun. It is perhaps the best case of Spanish/Arab design and rooms around a focal yard with three wellsprings, seating territories, and definite liner. The geometric around the yard have painted wooden roofs and facilitating presentations, offering recorded books and compositions, floor coverings, dress, earthenware from Arabic, Berber, and Jewish developments. See scalpels, several swords, decorated jewelry, and numerous instances of the Koran perfectly beautified.
The Museum of Islamic Art is situated in the wonderful Majorelle Museum, which is one of the most visited in Marrakech, particularly for its gardens places. Majorelle Gardens was created in the 1920s and has various beautiful plant species from all over the world; initially claimed by Jacques Majorelle (French painter) and was his home until 1950. After his demise was brought by Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé and individual assortments are introduced Maghreb, Eastern, African and Asian carpets, earthenware, pottery, materials, weapons, and wooden furnishings, making the historical center. Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Yves Saint Laurent Museum
The museum is found right close to Majorelle, so plan to visit the two together and purchase a consolidated ticket. The core of the historical center is to Yves Saint Laurent Hall, space dark presentation. It contains a real-life story of YSL worked from individual articles and configuration portrays and pivoting screens YSL dress and extras assortments. One of the most entrancing parts of this aspect of the museum is that it reveals insight into how the YSL style was affected by the way of life of Morocco, scenes, and feelings. Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
After breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred to Marrakech airport as per your flight schedule.