Travel to spain and morocco

Form to travel to morocco


**Breakfast and departure to Extremadura to reach Caceres with free time to walk around the old town and its medieval quarter, considered a World Heritage Site. Free lunch. Afterwards departure by the “Autovía de la Plata” highway towards Andalucía to arrive in Seville. Dinner and accommodation.

**Breakfast. Departure to Tangier crossing the Strait of Gibraltar. Arrival and panoramic tour to see the surroundings of Tangier, Caves of Hercules, Cape Espartel. Dinner and overnight.

**Breakfast and departure through the Middle Atlas, to Volubilis to visit its Roman ruins, main road Decumanus Maximus, which starts at the gate of Tangier and ends at the Triumphal Arch of Caracalla. Continuation to Meknes,** one of the Imperial cities that became the capital of Morocco. We will visit the medina, El-Hedim square and the Bab Al Mansour gate. In the afternoon arrival in Fez. Dinner and overnight.

**Visit of the first of the imperial cities, intellectual and religious capital of Morocco. Panoramic tour **panoramic tour, royal palace and its 7 gates or Dar Al-Makhzen, medina of Fez El Bali, the oldest and largest of** Morocco, World Heritage Site, with 785 mosques, 2,000 squares, streets and alleys. From Bab Boujloud **to the Es-Seffarine square we will make a journey through the centuries. We will know the different buildings, guilds and a Medersa. Lunch. Free afternoon. Lodging.

Requirements for travel to morocco 2022

Breakfast. Visit the impressive monumental complex of the Alhambra (passport required to enter the Alhambra) with its beautiful Nasrid Palaces and the Generalife (entrance fees subject to availability). At the indicated time travel to Costa del Sol. Arrival and free time.    Overnight stay.

Breakfast and departure to Rabat. Walking tour of the city to visit the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, the Hassan Tower and the Kasbah of the Oudaya with a breathtaking view over the river Bouregreg. Continuation to the legendary and cosmopolitan city of Casablanca. Panoramic tour; we highlight the Mohamed V square, the Anfa district, the Boulevard de La Corniche and finally the exterior of the Hassan II Mosque. Dinner and overnight.

Breakfast and visit of the city to stroll through its narrow streets of the ninth century. The old walled Medina is one of the largest in the world, considered a World Heritage Site, with exotic corners, arches, mosques, medersas, fountains and craft stores. In the afternoon we will continue discovering this city full of charm. Dinner at leisure and overnight.

Requirements to leave morocco

Traveling along the Atlantic coast we will visit villages such as Batalha, known for its Monastery, Nazaré, a fishing village with an impressive viewpoint and Óbidos, one of the best preserved medieval villages in Portugal. Once in Porto, Pepe Tours offers a visit to this impressive city on the banks of the Douro River. You will be impressed by the Sé Cathedral, the Church of Santa Clara, as well as the narrow streets of this city where Portugal was born… And close to Porto you will find two charming cities, Braga (the City of the Archbishops), and Guimaraes (considered the Cradle of Portugal).

Once we cross the Strait of Gibraltar, the city of Tangier awaits us. Touring its Kasbah, its Medina and its Souk on foot is an experience of colors and smells. Tetouan is another city of interest, with its Medina declared a World Heritage Site. On many of the tours you have the opportunity to discover Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Here you will find the Royal Palace and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, as well as the Hassan Tower. Within the Route of the Imperial Cities we find Meknes, with an impressive old town and its huge wall. In Fez we will visit the tanners’ quarter, a spectacle for our 5 senses… Other cities that are renowned are Casablanca, with its Hassan II Mosque, the largest in the Muslim world and Marrakech, famous for its Medina and Souk, and for its minaret Koutubia, twin sister of the Giralda in Seville. But Morocco is more than just cities. That’s why Pepe Tours offers the possibility to travel through the Kasbahs and the Sahara Desert. Unforgettable tours, of more or less duration, always adapting to your possibilities.

Travel to spain from morocco covid

After long months with the borders closed, it is again possible to travel to Morocco from February 7, 2022. Even so, you must take into account several requirements to travel to Morocco that we will talk about below. The land borders with Ceuta and Melilla and the maritime borders are also operational.

It cannot be said that traveling to Morocco today is 100%, as it is the case in almost any country in the world. Therefore, as soon as access is possible again, it will be necessary to travel with caution and paying attention to local protocols. In addition, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAEC) indicates that health conditions in Morocco are good in the main cities, but that in smaller cities and in rural areas health facilities are of a lower level, poorly equipped and with poorly qualified health personnel. For this reason, “it is important to take out reliable travel insurance at origin, including medical assistance and repatriation, which, if necessary, can be very costly”.

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