Excursion to Chefchaouen

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Excursion to Chefchaouen
After breakfast departure with the driver for Chefchaouen, the city which is about 3 hours from Fès is called the "Blue Pearl" because all buildings, doors, windows, fountains and streets are painted in different shades of blue. The city was considered sacred for centuries and it was even forbidden to enter foreigners. Only recently, in the '50s, things have changed and the city has become a tourist destination that few people know. The medina is a maze of narrow streets and coloured blue and the reason is purely religious and not aesthetic. Inhabited by Berber peoples, it was founded by Spaniards who came from Andalusia, which is why the ancient part of the city resembles the Andalusian villages with narrow streets and walls full of flowers. Most of its inhabitants still speak Spanish today. In the centre of the old city you will see the Outa-el-Hammam Square where the Tarik-Ben-Ziad Mosque is located, which hides an octagonal-inspired minaret inspired by the Torre de Oro in Seville and a splendid fortress. The new city is built further down. Return in the evening to Fès. There is the possibility to stay overnight in the city.

Included

  • pick-up at your hotel/riad
  • transport by car, Toyota Land Cruiser 4x4 or minibus depending on the number of people with air conditioning
  • guide-driver of great experience speaking Spanish, English, Italian
  • fuel, tolls and associated taxes
  • water throughout the tour

Not included

  • airline tickets
  • lunches
  • entrance tickets to historical monuments

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