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DAY 1 : RABAT
- Arrival at Casablanca airport.
- Meet and transfer to Casablanca before heading towards Rabat.
- Visit of Hassan II mosque and Lunch at leisure at La Skalla.
- Continuation to Rabat & check-in at your hotel.
- Visit of Mohamed V mausoleum, the Hassan tower.

DAY 2 : FES
- Breakfast at your hotel and departure to Fes.
- In the afternoon, city tour of Fes to include its museums to give you an introduction of the history of Moroccan Arts and Crafts:
- Musée des Armes: collection of weapons from the Musée Dar El Batha was transferred here to create the Museum of Arms. Much of collection, comprising over 8 000 pieces exhibited, in a chronological displaing running from pre-history to the first half of the 20th century. Moroccan weapons are well represented and demonstrate the technical knowledge of Moroccan craftsmen.
- Musée du Bois: the impressive Foundouk of Nejjarine, with an elegant fountain, is one of the most renowned buildings in Fes. Built in the 18th century, this former caravanserai provided food, rest and shelter to the traders in luxury goods. Classed as a historic monument in 1916, it is now one of the UNESCO's World Heritage Sites. Its three floors house run Musée du Bois (Museum of Wood).
- Musée Dar Al Batha: In 1914, the Orientalist Alfred Bel made the first bequest to the future ethnographic museum which, by royal decree, became the museum of local crafts and arts: books and manuscripts, ceramics, leatherwork, wood, embroidery and weaving, rural crafts, Doors, the art of Zellij, woodcarving…
- Overnight accommodation at your Riad.

DAY 3: FES

- Breakfast at your Riad.
- Full day to exlplore the souks of Fes: Makers and sellers are grouped together according to the products that they offer. Every type of craft has its own street, or part of a street. While the attarine souk sells spices, there is also place el Seffarine for the production of brassware and silverware, the tanneries of Fes where the hides of sheep, goats, cows and camels undergo several processes before being useful and decorative objects such as embroidered bags, babouches, pouffes and clothing.
- Overnight accommodation at your Riad.

DAY 4 : Departure
- Breakfast at your Riad.
- Transfer to Fes airport for your return flight.
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