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Chefchaouen, nicknamed the blue city, is built on the mountainside. The facades of its houses are tinted with blue and white, it also has a small but authentic medina, to walk through its alleys is to discover its local population, to smell the aromas like that of bread out of the oven, it also has a kasbah in the middle of the old quarter accompanied by gardens, the blue city will bring you its share of charm.
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Pick up and departure to Chefchaouen nicknamed the blue city, it is located on the Rif mountain range. Visit of the medina which climbs up the hillside with its typical Moorish architecture with its alleys lined with charming white and blue houses, it is mainly covered with a bewitching blue, its color is spread over the walls, covers the stones and slips under the feet. A lime blue, soft, mineral and deep, the place Uta El Hammam and Kasbah, you will be charmed by the beauty of Chefchaouen.
Dinner and accommodation. (Dinner)
Free day in full board in Chefchaouen. The blue city is located on the Rif mountain range and awaits you to discover its medina that climbs up the hillside with typical Moorish architecture and to stroll its alleys lined with charming white and blue houses. The city is covered with a bewitching blue, the color spreads out on the walls, covers the stones and slips under the feet. With its mineral, soft and deep blue, you will be charmed by the beauty of Chefchaouen.
Dinner and accommodation at the hotel (Breakfast / Dinner)
Breakfast and departure for Volubilis for a historical guided tour of this archaeological site, classified as a UNESCO world heritage site. It contains Roman remains of a fortified municipium built at the foot of Jebel Zerhoun. You will get to admire the magnificent panorama of the holy city of Moulay Idriss, perched at the top of a rocky peak overlooking the valley of Oued Erroumane. Lunch in Meknes and start of the historical guided tour of El Hedim square and its souk - at the entrance of the Medina in front of the walls between the old city and the imperial part - Bab Lakhmis, the large 17th century door richly decorated, Bab el Mansour, the most remarkable door of Meknes, ranked among the four most beautiful doors in the world and the most important one in North Africa, the granaries and stables in Heri Es-Souani built in the 18th century by Moulay Ismail. You will then head to Fez.
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