3 Day Tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen Overview:
In this 3 Day Tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen, you will Discover Fes city, which has been the capital of Morocco for over 400 years and is currently considered the cultural and religious center of the country and is characterized by its tanneries. the city is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. then we will explore Chefchaouen city. the city is one of the Moroccan cities located in the north of Morocco, known as Ashaouen, where it is famous for its blue and white buildings and walls, that is why it is called Blue Pearl.
3 Day tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen Info:
+ Duration: 3 Days & 2 nights
+ Departure: 08:00 am
+ Starting Location: Casablanca
+ Ending Location: Fes
3 Day Tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen Highlights:
+ Drive through the Rif mountains
+ Enjoy the landscapes
+ Spend your great night at a beautiful hotel
+ Visit The blue pearl of Chefchaouen
+ Get to know the cultures of the city
+ Explore the Chefchaouen from the high peak of the Mountain
3 Day tour from Casablanca to Fes Itinerary:
Day 1: Casablanca to Fes
We will start Our 3 Day tour from Casablanca to Fes at the hotel actually after breakfast I’m coming to pick you up from the hotel and then drive to Fes via the fastest route with its landscape and some villages, we’ll arrive in Fes at afternoon then we’ll have lunch before we go to the hotel/riad, we’ll take a rest for our lunch with drink cafe and relaxing for a few moments then we’ll go to the hotel/riad. You’ll have time to relax at the hotel or riad then after you can walk a little to explore some places and also to purchase something. you can decide if you want to take dinner outside or at the hotel you’ll have the opportunity for that.
Day 2: Fes to Chefchaouen
Our second day of 3 Day tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen will start from Fes to Chefchaouen, after breakfast, we will drive through the Rif mountains and via landscape with lakes and small Rif villages and pass to the restaurant where we’ll take our rest & lunch for a few moments then continue the way to Chefchaouen, we’ll arrive early it stills time to explore Chefchaouen city with the color of its blue walls & traditional then take best pictures if it’s possible for you we’ll take our dinner outside, we’ll take a little about this city what’s the best? & why they have painted the walls blue color? , then after we’ll go to sleep for tomorrow.
Day 3: Chefchaouen via Rabat to Casablanca
Our morning will start back to Casablanca exactly after breakfast, we’ll leave the blue city back from the way that we have taken it from Casablanca, then through Rif Mountains with its landscape & villages and via Rabat, the capital of Morocco, we’ll arrive in Casablanca then drop you off at the hotel/riad. Here is the end of our 3 Days tour from Casablanca to Fes via Chefchaouen
3 Day Tour From Casablanca to Fes Includes:
3 Day Tour From Casablanca to Fes Excludes:
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3 Day Tour From Casablanca to Fes via Chefchaouen Reviews:
Fantastic 3-Day Tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen and Fes
We are very happy with the trip we booked with the Marrakech Tour Company
We had a good conversation through the post before we arrived and all questions were answered well and quickly. Everything was great
Our chauffeur and guide Hassan made us feel much better and were very sympathetic and helpful.
We have seen many beautiful tourist places.
We spent one night in Fez and Chefchaouen, known as the blue pearl, all is beautiful. Very good staff and we were very comfortable there, they had good food too.
Perfect 3 Days Tour from Casablanca to Fes
My tour in Morocco was beyond expectations. Before going to Morocco, I was a little confused, but Hassan felt good and at home, he was very kind and kind. I spent 3 days in Morocco and visited many magnificent locations in Morocco. My time in Blue City was absolutely awesome. If I return to Morocco, I’m certainly going to book with MTC.
I strongly recommend the agency.
ENJOY Best 3 Day Fes and Chefchaouen From Casablanca
I spent 3 days tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen through Fez, Hassan was a great guide and a good driver. The journey began in Casablanca and I went to Chefchauen, Fes and we completed the tour. It was a marvelous adventure in the Kingdom of Morocco and my driver made it very special and memorable. Everything was really good. I highly recommend it
Places to see on your 3 Day tour from Casablanca to Fes via Chefchaouen.
Morocco's largest City ( Casablanca )
Morocco’s largest city and economic capital, and the third most populous city in Africa after Lagos and Cairo, was formerly known as Anfa until the Portuguese called it Casa Branca after finding a white house in the 16th century, The Spanish called it the White House. The Moroccans called it “House”, whose architecture reflects the Arab and Islamic civilization and the effects of contemporary engineering.
Casablanca declines slightly on the tourism list compared to the strange charm of Marrakech and Fass, but still enjoys many tourist destinations that guarantee its visitor’s varied experiences.
In this article, we will explore the best tourist places to visit in Casablanca:
1-Hassan II Mosque:
On the beach, behind the northern tip of Casablanca (the Old City), Hassan II Masjid dominates the entire city.
Completed in 1993, it is the world’s second-largest mosque, covering an area of 2 hectares with the world’s tallest minaret (200 meters high).
The prayer hall accommodates about 25,000 worshippers, while the courtyard (featuring a retractable roof) can accommodate about 80,000 more people.
The mosque provides an opportunity for Muslims to pray on a glass floor, giving them a unique feeling of prayer just above the sea.
The decoration is surprisingly complex and covers every centimeter of the roof. Non-Muslims can take guided tours of the mosque. Everyone is invited to enjoy the beautiful architecture at any time.
Although the Old City area of Casablanca may not have such a strange vibe as the cities of Fez and Marrakech, finding maze-like alleyways still hides much to discover.
Merchants are singling out their wares there, and shoppers can be joined in their search for traditional requirements, a great place to experience the pulse of Casablanca’s life.
Bab Marrakech, one of the historic monuments still standing in the ancient city of Casablanca, can also be visited.
The visitor may find small landmarks buried in the Old City, such as the Berber Mosque.
3-Mohammed V Square:
The central square of Casablanca is home to many important official buildings in the city, including the Palace of Justice, the prefecture, and the French consulate.
There are beautiful architectural buildings within close proximity of the square. The square also hosts the statue of Marshal Liaotti, Morocco’s first French general resident from 1912 to 1925.
The plaza experienced rehabilitation during the 1960s when a fountain was added to the plaza.
The fountain, as well as the wonderful gardens, added beauty to the arena and increased its attraction to visitors, especially in the evening.
One of the most popular tourist spots in Casablanca, Corniche Ain El Diab offers a variety of food. The coastline has become a hub for luxury hotels and restaurants.
Skiing, swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing are also available.
5-Mall of Morocco:
Located at the end of the Cornish region, Morocco Mall is one of the largest shopping malls in Africa.
It is a modern enough center to entertain anyone from families to couples and to spend the entire day.
At the mall, you find a wide range of shops, anything from H&M to Dior, and you can also choose from a wide range of food options.
Morocco Mall also hosts a full indoor aquarium with a small shark, a fountain display outside, and even ice skating inside with fairgrounds.
6-Moroccan Jewish Museum:
The museum is the first museum in the Arab world to portray the influence of Judaism as a social culture that contributes to the history of the Maghreb and provides insight into the history, religion, traditions, and daily life of Jews in Moroccan civilization.
This history is displayed through halls containing paintings, decorations, clothing, etc.
The museum not only illustrates the Jewish influence on Moroccan society but also highlights the history of interfaith coexistence in Moroccan civilization.
The Royal Palace is the headquarters of King Mohammed VI of Morocco and is an important landmark in Casablanca and Morocco
It is located near the neighborhood of Habbous, built under French protection, and is the King’s residence during his visit to Casablanca.
The palace has a huge open yard and a large outdoor space that anyone can enjoy.
Although it is difficult to get inside the palace, it is worth watching and enjoying the architecture.
It is an exciting area to discover another aspect of the White City, this is the neighborhood built by the French in 1917 for the bourgeois class.
But the transformation of Casablanca has transformed the neighborhood into a popular neighborhood.
Looking like traditional ancient Moroccan cities with some modern additions, it has larger streets and modern facilities. Moreover, it is home to various traditional markets, as well as the royal palace.
It is also one of the most important book markets in Morocco.
The scientific capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, its old trails tell a long history. It was founded by Idris II in 789 and made the capital of the Idrisi State of Morocco. In 2008, it celebrated its 1,200-year anniversary.
It withstood and resisted the clouds of time and the storms of nature, kept alive and giving socially, scientifically, and economically, and promised the world’s largest vehicle and car-free zone.
Due to the city’s long history, being one of the four ancient cities of Morocco, and because of its preservation of its heritage and history, the city of Fez has become one of the most important cities and tourist destinations in Morocco, enjoying rich archaeological sites of interest, including:
The ancient city of Fez is characterized by its spectacular views, arenas, and eye-catching markets. When you visit it, you can go through its narrow alleys, visit its popular archaeological markets, and see its shops and distinctive shops. You can also discover the art of ancient architecture by seeing historical houses. In addition, you can visit handicraft workshops and learn how to make these crafts.
2-Al Qarawiin’s Library:
Fatima bint Mohammed al-Fahri founded the Villagers’ Library in 859 to be a distinctive Moroccan treasure, as well as a cultural center, to reflect the beauty and history of the State of Morocco through the distinctive architecture used in building the library.
Al-Attarin School is a good example of the creations of the Marines in the art of architecture in the city of Fez. The school was built by Sultan El-Marini Abu Said in 1325. The courtyard is characterized by its unique decoration, and the mosaic sled tile, which is one of the art types of ancient Islamic architecture, has been used frequently for indoor decoration and sculpture making.
The school was established between 1350 and 1357 by Sultan Marini Bouannan, one of the few religious schools in the city of Fez that non-Muslims are allowed to enter. The school is regarded as an architectural gem with sculptures and wooden and stone decorations, one of the most beautiful buildings in Morocco.
Also called the warehouse or the royal palace of Fez, it is one of the most important palaces of the Royal Family, which they used when visiting cities, and the royal palace features huge gates, which are made of gold and yellow copper, besides; The palace is surrounded by sled tiles, mosaics and carved rice wood.
Its tiles are colored in multiple colors as a result of the pigments washing the skins in small basins, their colored waters spill in different dyes on the tiles and turn them into what looks like a structural painting on which the sunshine reflects by day and generates a beautiful view.
The newest doors of the city of Fez, are characterized by a unique design and were built in 1913.
8-El Batha house:
It was built in 1897 by Sultan Moulay Abdulaziz and was converted in 1915 into a regional museum of arts and customs.
Blue pearl of Chefchaouen
The city of Shafshaoun is one of Morocco’s most beautiful cities, located on the northeastern coast of the country and called the Blue City relative to the blue houses where it is spread
Morocco’s Shafshaoun has many attractions that make it a destination for many tourists, including waterfalls, natural places and historical monuments
The most important tourist places in Chefchaouen:
We show you the best tourism features in Shafshawn that are worth visiting:
Akchour Falls is one of the most beautiful tourist places in Chefchaouen Morocco, located in the Talla Shamtan Reserve and consists of a low waterfall like a small lake and a high-rise descending from the centre of the mountains.
Waterfalls are characterized by their blue waters and are surrounded by greenery that increases their beauty.
2-Al-Suwaika neighbourhood of Shafshaoun:
One of the tourist places in the Moroccan Chefchaoun is the second oldest residential gathering within the city of Shafshaoun and includes the oldest houses in the city where Andalusian families have lived in the neighbourhood for some time.
The Souq neighbourhood is characterized by white and blue dominance, as is the city of Shafshawn, which makes it comfortable to walk around and relax. The neighbourhood is also characterized by a large number of shops and stalls that buy local products.
Kasbah is one of the most important tourist places in Chefchaoun Morocco and is located in the famous square and the first building where it was built.
Features of Chefchaouen City:
The city of Chefchaouen is characterized by the preservation of its Arab-Islamic character and does not abandon its Amazigh history.
Its inhabitants see the city of Chefchaouen as a source of fresh water, which falls among the highest mountains, and many tourists and visitors come from everywhere.
It is also characterized by the Arab architecture of Andalusia, the love of its inhabitants for mysticism, and the painting of houses in blue on the outside. The city of Shafshawn still retains the lost Andalusian beauty, which appears over the ages in its natural beauty.
3 Day tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen's FAQ:
Why Casablanca is called Anfa?
Coordinates: Anfa is the old name of Casablanca and the word Nafa is an Amazigh word for the summit. The city was founded by the Amazigh in the Middle Ages. Now it is called the “Nafa” province in the west of the city, which includes the oldest neighborhood in Casablanca today.
How many kilometers are between Casablanca and Fes?
Distance from Fez to Casablanca
The shortest distance (air line) between Fez and Casablanca is 246,38 km
what does Chefchaouen mean?
The origin of designation is derived from the word “Isaacson”, which means “centuries”, and the word “Chf” means “See the centuries”, referring to the peaks that embrace this city from all sides.
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