Morocco - The land of the mystic offers the perfect blend of Arab and European culture and architecture. Soaring dunes of the Sahara, snow-capped mountains, gorges, ancient ruins, colourful markets, spiced teas, friendly people, jaw-dropping architecture and manicured French gardens greet you in this country. Morocco is easily a country of contrasts but that has not stopped tourists from flocking to it. The charm of this land is such that movie makers, for decades have made it their country of choice. From James Bond to Gregory Peck to Hritik Roshan, heroes have romanced their lady love right here! The country has four imperial cities - Marrakesh, Fes, Meknes and Rabat, the capital city. The cities are modern yet rooted firmly in history. Morocco is culturally diverse and you can many architectural wonders dotting the entire country. Mosques and riads featuring delicate and traditional carvings and woodworks are worth admiring. Some of Some of Morocco’s most beautiful buildings include the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, the Saadian Tombs in Marrakesh, the Grand Mosque in Tangier, and the Mosque and University of al Quaraouiyine in Fes. Morocco is also renowned for its cuisine (herad of tagine and couscous), flavoured by abundant spices found here and its delicious pastries and mint tea.


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Welcome to Casablanca, the White City with is the country’s largest cities. Meet and greet your guide, travel mates and depart for your very first real connection with the city over breakfast. After breakfast, set out for a guided tour of the city. Casablanca is a city full of interesting sights. From its famous Hassan II Mosque to the romantic Rick’s Café, the Cathedral and Twin Tower, there is so much to see and explore. The Hassan II Mosque stands partly over water which has a minaret standing at a whopping 210m height and is the third-largest mosque in the world. Rick’s Café is almost an institution here. Made famous by the World War II drama Casablanca, this Café is a must-see place when here, whether you have seen the movie or not. The music played here as you sip your beverage transports you back in time…the sounds of “As time goes by…” will remain with you for years after you leave here! Driving through the city you will see wide tree-lined boulevards and examples of French-influence in the architecture and cuisine. Casablanca also has the largest artificial port in the world. Drive through the Art Deco Quarter to take a peek into the forgotten days of the city’s glory. The street, built over a century ago is lined with restaurants and cafes and is the perfect place to wind down. Overnight in Casablanca.

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Greet your morning in Casablanca with a delicious breakfast spread at your hotel. Now, you are ready to head out and on to the next destination. Today you will drive to the Imperial City - the capital of Morocco – Rabat. Although a modern city at first glance, Rabat has many interesting historical attractions, such as the Kasbah of the Oudaias, the old medina (traditional markets), the Hassan Tower and the gleaming Royal Mausoleum. The medina’s (souks) of Rabat are built in the Andalusian style and just wandering through it is a pleasure. Browse through the endless shops selling everything from lamps to jewellery and carpets. The sheer vibrancy of the medina will blow your mind. If you are looking to stock up on Moroccan souvenirs, this is the place to go! Rabat being a coastal city has some fine, tranquil beaches you can hang out on. Plenty of water sporting activities are available here. The Oudaias Kasbah is definitely worthy of a visit. Located in the ancient part of the city it features the Almohad gate of Bab Oudaia as its entrance. Historical details can be seen on every street and walls here. See the Hassan Tower that began its construction in the 12th century but was later abandoned. Today it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nearby is the tomb of Mohamed V, Morocco’s first post-independence king, Hassan II and his brother Prince Abdallah are also entombed here. You have the evening free to continue the exploration of this bustling city. Overnight in Casablanca

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After breakfast, say goodbye to Morocco and proceed to the airport for your flight to Lisbon, Portugal which is your next destination. Upon arrival, head out for a guided tour of the city. Welcome to Lisbon, Portugal’s most historic city. Your tour will take you on an exploration of Sao Jorge (Lisbon Castle) sitting on a hill overlooking the city and Tagus River. This castle was an ancient seat of power and is a huge attraction among visitors. The castle has two sections – the Moorish Castle and the Royal Palace, both of which make your visit interesting. Proceed to the Belem Tower, originally built as a lighthouse then turned into a defensive fortress. The tower built in the 16th century enjoys a UNESCO World Heritage status and is one of the 7 wonders of Portugal. Free time in the Alfama City Walk, located upon a small hill. Walking through Alfama, a small district is like walking back in time and the walk offers great views of Lisbon. It is also considered to be the soul of the city. Stand on top of the stunning view point Miraduoro Das Portas do Sol for some fabulous pictures before heading out to the Commerce Plaza. Continue strolling through the cobbled streets of Bairro Alto, the Bohemian quarters then go up Santa Justa Elevator for an incredible view of the city. On the way, stop by Lisbon Cathedral, which is one of the oldest church in the city and an iconic religious building. Check in to your hotel. Before dinner, you will have some time to see more of this beautiful city. Overnight in Lisbon.

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Greet the morning with a sumptuous breakfast spread at the hotel. Today you have a free day to wander through the city or go on our Optional Tour to Fatima (including lunch). Our Optional Tour will begin soon after breakfast and is a full-day program. On this tour, you will learn of the children who, in 1917 are believed to have seen an apparition of Our Lady of Fátima. It is an important religious site today and attracts scores of visitors every day. On this tour, you will also visit the small medieval town of Óbidos. Often called “The Wedding Town” Obidos, a very well preserved and extremely picturesque, gives you the impression of being in fantasy land. Absorb the warmth and charm as you stroll through this white town full of small maze-like houses. End your trip with an exploration of the Batalha Monastery (Monastery of the Battle) built in the year 1385 and marvel at its ornate architecture. Return to Lisbon. Overnight in Lisbon.

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Bom Dia! Wake up to your last breakfast in Portugal. Once you are done, check out and proceed for a brand new experience – Madrid, Spain. Arrive in Madrid, check in to your hotel and enjoy some free time to explore this electric city. Madrid has a great nightlife – with a vibrancy that is unmatched. If you have the inclination, enjoy a concert at the National Auditorium, walk along the Alcala Street or simply enjoy the night from a rooftop bar. Overnight in Madrid.

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Buenos días! Your Spanish holiday begins with a piping hot breakfast at your hotel. Prepare yourself for a full day of exciting activities in this exciting city. Your day will begin with a guided tour of Madrid. There are many reasons to fall in love with this city – like its weather, mouthwatering tapas and great shopping. Madrid has a rich history and you will see why as you pass through the Egyptian Temple of Debod, Plaza Mayor and the Almudena Cathedral. Madrid has a very vibrant nightlife and people here love to dance and music like no one else! Proceed to Toledo, one of Spain’s most picturesque cities. Take a stroll through the ancient streets to truly get the feel of the place. Visit the Primate Cathedral, a fine example of Gothic architecture. Admire the famous El Greco painting in the Church of St. Tomé, a 12th-century church that was reconstructed two centuries later. In the afternoon, you are free to continue your exploration of Madrid on your own. End your evening with another Optional tour of Flamenco performance. Get swept up in the pulsating energy and passion of the performers as they click and tap. Enjoy the sheer magic they create on stage. Enjoy local dinner before turning in for the night. Overnight in Madrid

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Greet a fabulous Spanish morning with a breakfast buffet at your hotel in preparation for the next destination - Barcelona. The name itself is enough to get you into the mood! The drive from Madrid to Barcelona is beautiful and you will see the gorgeous Spanish countryside unfolding before your eyes. As you drive towards your destination you will also get the chance to visit the historical city of Zaragoza, overlooking the River Ebro. This is also the fifth biggest city in the country and has some excellent Moorish architecture outside of Andalusia. You will see examples of it in the Aljafería Palace which was built during the second half of the 11th century. It is filled with ornate Arabic arches and intricate carvings. Arrive in Barcelona towards the evening. Check in to your hotel and head out to enjoy your first evening in this magnetic city. Waste no moment in getting to know this city. After all, you are in Barcelona – it is a city that thrives on some unexplained energy. It is said that you can never get enough of Barcelona, no matter how many times you visit. Its pulsating nightlife and energy will sweep you off your feet from the word go. Overnight in Barcelona.

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Good morning Barcelona! After your breakfast, begin with a guided tour of the city. Barcelona was home of Pablo Picasso, which means there is definitely an artistic side to this city you must see! Plus, Barcelona’s famous Boqueria Market which stands on Las Ramblas is equal to none and has its very own reputation as the best place for Spanish food. You name it, and you’ll find it! Barcelona is a city that offers a vibrant city break and a relaxing beach holiday! Begin your tour with the famous Barcelona Cathedral, one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture the largest religious building in Barcelona, Sagrada Familia, a controversial but hugely popular site in the city. This cathedral is visually intriguing and has been under construction for a century and is expected to be completed in twenty years! Drive through the Olympic Village which is built in the dilapidated industrial zone during the 1992 Olympic Games with the idea of housing athletes. The construction of this Village also created a new neighbourhood, green space and a stretch of beach. After this, you will have a photo stop at the Columbus Monument (get your camera ready here). Later you will check out the Gaudi Houses and wander around the Plaza de Catalunya. Overnight in Barcelona.

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Today is your last morning in Barcelona. Check out of the hotel after breakfast and leave for the airport for your return flight home.

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Full Day Fatima Tour with Lunch

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Flamenco Show with Dinner

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Copy of UAE residence visa

Bank Statements

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Travel Insurance valid for the duration of stay in the Schengen area

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Belem Tower

Plaza de Toros

Royal Palace of Madrid

Sagrada Familia


Imperial city of Rabat Tour

Santa Justa Elevator Ride

FC Barcelona Stadium Tour

Flamenco Show



Moroccan Tagine


Jamon Iberico




Moroccan leather

Blue Wine Spain

Paella pan

Spanish fans

Bota (Leather Wine Bottle)

Portugese handmade cork

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Travel Tips

Carry sunscreen and sunglasses every day with you while you are travelling

Be on time as advised by the dedicated tour manager

Having a travel Insurance is very important!

Scan your passport/ identity card photos and save them in your mobile

Try learning a few words of the language of the country you are visiting

Always carry a photocopy of your itinerary with yourself

Self-educate yourself about the local customs of the country before you arrive. You obviously don't want to offend anyone while you travel!

Be kind, polite & Smile often! Being part of a group tour will definitely make it easier for you to make your new travel buddies.

Carry an extra pair of clothes when you are catching a flight in your handbag in case of any unexpected delays

Charge all your gadgets whenever you get time. A great tip - you'll find a USB charging port at the back of your hotel TV!

Try not to exchange your currency at the airport as you won't get the best exchange rate over there

Get earplugs and a sleep mask along with you! They can be very helpful when you are flying or especially during your inter-country commute via tour bus

Track your spending when you're on the trip! It can be tiresome but you'll always be well-informed about all your expenses and the remaining travel budget amount

As tipping is habitual in most of the countries, it's not polite to walk out of the restaurants without tipping anything. You can tip somewhere between 10 to 20 per cent of the total bill value

Let your bank know that you'll be travelling so your card is not blocked for sudden international usage

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