10 Days of Trip! Missing only 5 days of classes or work!
• Aveiro (289€) • Braga (296€) • Bragança (289€) • Castelo Branco (296€) • Coimbra (289€) • Covilhã (296€) • Évora (289€) • Faro (289€) • Guarda (296€) • Guimarães (296€) • Leiria (289€) • Lisboa (289€) • Mirandela (292€) • Porto (289€) • Viana do Castelo (299€) • Vila Real (296€) • Viseu (296€)
• A Corunã (309€) • Algeciras (279€) • Cáceres (289€) • Cádiz (279€) • Huelva (289€) • Jerez de la Frontera (279€) • Léon (309€) • Lugo (309€) • Ourense (309€) • Pontevedra (309€) • Salamanca (289€) • Santiago de Compostela (309€) • Sevilla (279€) •Valladolid (299€) • Vigo (309€)
Day 1 Friday 03/07
Day 2 Saturday 04/07 Cruise by ferry boat | Chefchaouen | Meknès
Ferry boat cruise from Europe to Africa crossing the Strait of Gibraltar where the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea meet. Feel as you live forever in the blue city of Chefchaouen with its blue walls that symbolize heaven. Experience most of the imperial spirit of Morocco in Meknès, classified as World Heritage site by UNESCO.
Day 3 Sunday 05/07 Fez
Fez is a place to fall in love with. It’s the typical medieval Arab life that kept its originality for centuries. The oldest of Morocco’s imperial cities is a fascinating collection of urban centres built across the ages. It’s not hard to find incredible things to do in Fez.
Day 4 Monday 06/07 Middle Atlas Mountains | Ziz Valley | Sahara Desert
On the way you can appreciate the architecture of Ifrane (known as “little Switzerland” or “Moroccan Switzerland”). Passing the National Park of Ifrane you can find beautiful cedar forests littered with curious and friendly monkeys waiting to be fed. Movement of Nomad families will be an added flavor depending on the season of travel. In the Desert, the connection with nature is intense and the atmosphere is really special. Enjoy the vivid colors of each location, the quiet that surrounds you, the curved shape of camels, the feeling of soft sand under your feet and the shiny stars in the night. take a glimpse into the rural Moroccan life of Ziz Valley and the enjoy the landscape of palm tree oasis.
Day 5 Tuesday 07/07 Todra Gorge | Studios Atlas | Ait Ben Haddou
Admire all the magnificent views the Todra Gorge offers with spectacular geological formation carved by the River Todra, forming a deep gorge flanked by steep cliffs of unique beauty. Take amazing pictures and enjoy being in the famous Studios Atlas, the largest studios in the world and the filming location of several movies & series: Gladiator, Kingdom of Heaven, Astérix and Obélix, Babel, Prince of Persia, Game of Thrones and more. Visiting Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou is going through a Portal to historical Morocco and a once in a lifetime experience seeing the Berber villages and learning more about the history of the people. It has one of the largest and well-preserved fortresses in Morocco classified UNESCO World Heritage.
Day 6 Wednesday 08/07 Marrakech | Tichka | High Atlas Mountains
The views of the snowcapped High Atlas Mountains are beyond imagination, with plenty of photo opportunities. Sense fresh air in Tichka viewpoint, a slice of Moroccan life that most people won’t see. Marvel a stunning trip with the scenery varying from the desert near Ouarzazate, through to the verdant rolling hills as you descent from the peaks towards Marrakech. It is definitely a must visit to appreciate all the beauty and the power of the High Atlas, truly breathtaking!
Day 7 Thursday 09/07 Marrakech | Ouzoud Waterfalls
Marrakech the red city is a delight to be surrounded by history, singular architecture, tradition and hospitality. Savor the fantastic aromas of the spice souks and admire the famous sunsets of Jemaa el Fnaa square. Marrakech is both vibrant and enchanting. Surrounded by the Atlas Mountains and desert sands, there’s plenty to see and do. Ouzoud Waterfalls are one of the largest natural attractions in the kingdom and form the largest waterfalls in North Africa with more than 100 meters in height. A huge place with positive vibes and friendly locals, making the experience much greater. Meet amazing monkeys that you can feed off your hand, a really great experience.
Day 8 Friday 10/07 Casablanca | Rabat | Asilah
Casablanca the largest city in Morocco. It is the country’s economic and cultural capital. In Casablanca, modern constructions mix with charming neighborhoods that reflect Arabic-Islamic heritage and the traces of the city’s colonial period. Walk through the medina, one of the most recent in Morocco. Wander through downtown to appreciate the modern buildings and visit the Hassan II Mosque, a truly remarkable work of art. Sense the positive energy of modernity and Authenticity in Rabat, the capital of Morocco where you can find a fertile exchange between the Arab-Muslim past and Western modernism. You just can’t escape the joy taking over your body in the majestic Kasbah of the Udayas and its surrounding gardens.
Day 9 Saturday 11/07 Asilah | Tangier
Asilah is the city where you can swim in the Atlantic Ocean, visit the town and shop in the Medina . Appreciate the city in its perfect weather all year long. Explore the walls of the medina turned into an art gallery of colorful murals. Tangier is guarding the Strait of Gibraltar. It has, for centuries, been Europes’s gateway to Africa. Many cultures there have major influence over the Moroccan heritage. Tangiers has a rich history and a truly multi-cultural vibe. Visit the enjoyable Kasbah (fortress), the Medina (old quarter of Tangier) and the colorful markets. Discover the Hercules Cave where humans have carved out perfect cylinders to make millstones. Then go to the ocean end of Cape Spartel, where you can take pictures of a silhouette that looks like a map of Africa, right in the borders between the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic ocean.
Day 10 Sunday 12/07
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