Volubilis. Fez. Meknes. Tangiers. Four cities, four eras AND the lovely Rif town of Chefchaouen – riches galore! We start our exploration of Northern Morocco in Tangiers – a Phoenician settlement and the oldest city in Morocco which achieved [although it reached?] its Golden Age in the 20th century. We then move on to Chefchaouen, probably the most picturesque town in Morocco.
From Chefchaouen, we move south. Our first destination is the great Roman city of Volubilis. We then move on to Fez, founded in the 8th century and still the spiritual capital of the kingdom. From Fez, we visit Meknes, the Moroccan ‘Versailles’ but more or less wiped out in the earthquake of 1775.
This is a wonderful tour full of treasures – an abundance of unforgettable experiences and of course brilliant food assured!