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Day Tour From Casablanca To Rabat Morocco

  Published : 2016 - 02 - 07

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Pick up from the airport or where ever in Casablanca, depending on the time of your arrival time or at your centrally located hotel, the choice is yours. you will  start your tour by exploring the economic city of Casablanca, where you  we’ll visit Hassan II Mosque   the biggest mosque out of Mecca, and drive you toward Rabat .Depending on time limits, the tour can include Rabat’s major attractions, Hassan Tower and Mausoleum of Mohammed V and The 12th Century Kasbah Udaya . Start with a visit to Hassan Tower, a red sandstone mosque tower from the 12th century.
As your driver-guide will explain, the tower was intended to be the largest in the world, but construction stopped after the death of Sultan Yacoub al-Mansour, leaving the mosque incomplete. On the opposite side of this important historical complex is the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, which you’ll see next. This mausoleum contains the tombs of the Moroccan king Mohammed V and his two sons. As you’ll discover this building isa masterpiece of modern Alaouite dynasty architecture, with its white silhouette topped by a typical green tiled roof. continue to the Bouregrag River, where you’ll stop to visit the Kasbah of the Udayas, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed kasbah (Islamic fortress) built during the reign of the Almohads. Finally, visit the Old Medina of Rabat, an old walled section of the city filled with maze-like streets dotted with fountains, palaces, mosques and markets. Here, you’ll see the ramparts of the Mechouar, a heavily guarded royal palace surrounded by gardens At the end of your tour, hop back in the car, coach or minivan and relax on the coastal drive back to Casablanca.

COST : 200 Euro.

THIS INCLUDES :

  • Traveling in air –conditioned vehicle with an experienced English speaking driver/guide.
  • Pick up point in your Hotel o Riad.

It doesn’t include: lunches, drinks, and tips.



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