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The most beautiful and secret places in the cities of Morocco
We didn’t just spend months and months on the roads of Morocco, we went into those wonderful labyrinths that are the medina of historic cities. Do you want to see them with us?
Medina of Fez
Appointment with the authorized guide for the visit of the largest medina in the country. As soon as you have crossed one of the many gates, a journey back in time begins. The labyrinth of alleys is a succession of wonderful canopies, doors and string courses in inlaid cedar wood. We visit the Madrasa (Koranic school), admire the Neijarine fountain and, walking, walk along the El-Qaraouiyyin Mosque (which only Muslims can access). Always immersed in the souks you can visit the Foundouks (typical construction) and continue towards the tanneries and their colors.
Medina of Marrakesh
Appointment with the authorized guide for the visit of the medina and its monuments: the Bahia palace, the Saadian tombs, the beautiful Bab Agnaou and the minaret of the Koutoubia. Walking through the alleys, between historic buildings and gardens, you reach the famous Djemaa El Fna square from where, accompanied by music, dances and performances, you enter the lively and colorful souks until you get to the Ben Youssef Madrasa.
Medina of Meknes
The ancients built Valdrada on the banks of a lake with houses, all verandas one above Appointment with the authorized guide for the visit of the city. From the imposing Bab Mansour, one of the most beautiful gates in all of Morocco, to the reservoir of the ancient imperial city, a reserve of water for the gardens of the imperial palace, from the series of arches of the stables to the large barns rooms, and then go into the souks where the shops are still divided according to the different craft activities.