Meet a driver for early morning departure from your hotel in Casablanca, then make the 183-mile (294-km.) trip to Fez in a comfortable, private vehicle.
Upon arrival in Fez, enter the UNESCO-listed medina through Bab Boujloud, also called the Blue Gate, then visit the Bou Inania Medersa, a renowned theological college built by a Merenid sultan. Follow a maze of winding streets to the Nejjarine Fountain, the oldest fountain in the city, walk a picture-perfect esplanade, and take in the Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts, which is built in a restored caravanserai where traveling merchants would spend the night with their camels and goods.
At the heart of old city life is a network of fascinating souks: visit an artisan’s workshop, pretty squares, and long rows of stalls selling everything from fresh spices to handicrafts from around the country.
Before returning to Casablanca, visit the Merenid Tombs, 14th-century landmarks that command gorgeous views of the Sebou Valley. Following your time at the tombs, begin the return trip to Casablanca, where this tour concludes with evening drop-off.