Long Weekend in Morocco

Long Weekend in Morocco Long Weekend in Morocco

Morocco is a land of enduring fascination and enchantment which has long held a romantic attraction for travellers.

Enjoy a long weekend in the magnificent city of Marrakech with its pulsating main square, the impressive Koutoubia Mosque, exquisite El Badi Palace and the stunning Jardin Majorelle.

Morocco's unique culture, history and hospitality mean it will be a weekend to remember.

This is a sample itinerary to inspire your holiday – it can be tweaked in every way possible from the places you want to go to and number of days you spend in each, as well as hotels you stay in and activities you do. Get in touch with one of our experts by calling +44+4402073864646 and a consultant will start creating your perfect trip.

Days Location Detail
day 1

Arrive in Marrakech and transfer to Riad el Fenn …

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Arrive in Marrakech and transfer to Riad el Fenn where three nights accommodation will be reserved for you on a room only basis.

days 2 - 3


At leisure to explore Marrakech.

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At leisure to explore Marrakech.

At the heart of the city is the Djemaa el-Fna – Marrakech’s pulsating main square and one of the world’s great theatres. Thronging with life at any time of day, it’s in the evening when it really comes into its own, as tumblers, snake charmers, food and water-sellers plus musicians put on their show for locals and for visiting travellers. The square is surrounded by cafés and restaurants – escape from the hustle and bustle, relax with a mint tea and watch life unfold.

The city’s other main sights are the Koutoubia Mosque with the most perfect minaret in North Africa, a classic example of Almohad architecture, plus, preserved in the shadow of the Kasbah mosque, the Saadian tombs which are regarded as one of the finest examples of Moroccan-Andalusian decorative art. There is also El Badi Palace, at the time of its construction reputed to be one of the most beautiful in the world, and two square miles of Medina where leather workers, carpenters, slipper makers, silversmiths and herbalists, to mention just a few, still ply their trade and which can only be explored properly on foot.

day 4

Return transfer to the airport and flight back home

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Return transfer to the airport and flight back home

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