Spain & Morocco

14 Days - 13 Nights


Madrid 02N | Seville 03N | Tangier 01N | Fez 03N | Rabat 01N | Marrakech 01N | Casablanca 02N


Day 1 :

“Hola y bienvenido a madrid!” It says hello and Welcome to Madrid. Upon arrival, Meet and greet our local representative and transfer to your hotel. Check into the Hotel.

Overnight at Madrid.

After Breakfast, Proceed on a Hop on Hop Off Tour of Madrid. Take a seat in a double-decker open-top bus for a customized sightseeing tour of Madrid. This hop-on hop-off bus tour of Madrid has several stops along two routes that connect different parts of the city; your ticket is good for either route. Use an audio headset to listen to the commentary provided on the bus as you ride each loop, or get out at any stop to independently explore the city's highlights (admission fees are not included). When visiting old Madrid, take Route 1 (Blue Route) to see the Belle Epoque structures. Along the Paseo de la Castellana, pass by skyscrapers and the renowned Bernabéu stadium, which serves as Real Madrid FC's home field. Consider taking a stroll around Salamanca's wealthy bourgeois neighborhood or visiting several museums dedicated to archaeology, sculpture, natural science, and more. The following evening, go back to your Hotel.

Overnight at Madrid.

Breakfast at the hotel. Today, depart from the hotel and take a transport to the railway station in Madrid to board the High-Speed AVE train to Seville (Standard Train Travel Included). Arrival transfer to your Hotel. Check into the Hotel. The rest of the day can be spent as you like.

Overnight at Seville.

After breakfast. Check out the hotel today, then take a shuttle to the railway station in Madrid to board your High-Speed AVE train to Seville (Standard Train Travel Included). The hotel's breakfast. You will be picked up from Seville at roughly 06:15 hours for your full-day trip to Granada, the Alhambra Palace, and Albaicin. Purchase Alhambra Palace skip-the-line tickets and benefit from priority entry (Admission Included). A guided walking tour will allow you to examine the UNESCO-listed Alhambra Palace and Nasrid Palace. An alternative walking trip will reveal the Albaicin Quarter's secret Nasrid palaces. In Granada, Andalusia, Spain, there is a complex of palaces and fortifications known as the Alhambra. On top of the ruins of Roman walls, it was first built as a minor stronghold in AD 889. The Emirate of Granada's Mohammed ben Al-Ahmar, the Nasrid emir, constructed the existing palace and walls after neglecting the ruins until they were renovated and reconstructed in the middle of the 13th century. In 1333, Yusuf I, Sultan of Granada, turned it into a royal residence. The Renaissance-style Palace of Charles V (Admission Included) is a structure inside the Nasrid stronghold of the Alhambra in the southern Spanish city of Granada. It is situated on the summit of Assabica hill. The structure lacked a roof until 1957 and never served as a royal residence. The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V ordered the building because he wanted to build a house adjacent to the Alhambra palaces. Charles V sought to create a permanent home befitting an emperor, even though the Catholic Monarchs had already made considerable changes to Alhambra after the city was taken in 1492. Pedro Machuca, an architect whose life story and influences are not well known, was handed the project. When Plateresque architecture first emerged, Gothic architecture still had elements. In terms of style, Machuca created a palace that reflected the Italian Mannerism movement, which was just getting started. The exterior of the building is constructed like the Renaissance, with ashlar on the higher level and rustication on the lower level. Even if the reports that Machuca worked in Michelangelo's studio are accurate, most of the architect's architectural creations hadn't yet been created when the palace was built in 1527. The summer home and rural home of the Al-Andalusi Nasrid emirs of the Emirate of Granada was the Palacio de Generalife (Admission Included). It is located next to Granada's city in Andalusia, Spain's autonomous community. Military operations were conducted at the Alcazaba (Admission Included). The first Arab buildings were most likely erected on some Roman fortification remnants during the Caliphate era. The enclosure was enlarged by the "zires" in the 11th century when Granada served as the imperial capital of one of the "Taifas" kingdoms. Nevertheless, most buildings were built in the "Nazarene" era (13th to 15th centuries). The round "Cubo" Tower is just one of the Christian embellishments to this enclosure. A neighborhood of Granada in the Spanish autonomous region of Andalusia is known as the Albaicn, or "Admission is Free," as it was known during the time of the Muslim administration. The medieval Moorish architecture from the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada is still there, as are the city's twisting, narrow alleyways. The Alhambra and it were both designated World Heritage Sites in 1984. Head back to Seville in the evening.

Overnight at Seville.

After breakfast. Take a Day Tour of Cordoba. At about 8:00, a driver will pick you up in the morning from your accommodation. On the one-and-a-half-hour trip to Cordoba, unwind. As your guide provides an introductory narration throughout the journey, learn about the fascinating city's history and cultural diversity. Disembark to explore the city's ancient center on foot as soon as you arrive and take in the alluring blend of Muslim, Christian, and Jewish buildings. Follow Cordoba's narrow, cobbled streets as you pass a profusion of flower-filled balcony boxes, vintage shops, and specialty artisan stores. Explore the city's prosperous past to learn more about why it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. We'll go to the Cordoba Cathedral Mezquita (Admission Included). The Mezquita, also known as the Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral, is the most significant structure in the city and serves as a reminder of the numerous religious transformations the area has seen over the years. It was once a Catholic church but was altered into an Islamic mosque during the Middle Ages before being transformed into a church during the Reconquista. The Mezquita is regarded as one of the world's most impressive Moorish monuments because of its otherworldly architecture. While exploring the interior, take note of the mixture of grand Roman columns, Baroque and Renaissance murals, and Moorish tiles and arches. The interior's streets extend like capillaries and emerge into hidden courtyards where inhabitants mingle and eat tapas after siesta. Afterward, proceed to the old Jewish Quarter (Juderia), where the alleyways radiate like capillaries and end in secret courtyards bustling with locals savoring tapas after siesta. Pay attention as your tour guide describes the distinctively Moorish flare of these medieval lanes, which is reminiscent of the affluence of the Jews under the Cordoba Caliphate. You'll go to the Cordoba Synagogue (Entrance Included), one of the few synagogues still in existence in Spain. It was constructed in the Mudéjar architecture in 1315. Before departing Cordoba, walk down the narrow Calleja de las Flores alleyway, one of the city's busiest streets. Mezquita's tower can be seen peeking through the corridor if you turn around. One of Cordoba's most dynamic tourist avenues is the Calleja de las Flores. The visitor discovers a number of flowerpots filled with geranium and carnations along a square-shaped, narrow pathway with arches and stones. Enjoy the next 1.5 hours of your trip back to Seville.

Overnight at Seville.

This morning, after breakfast at the hotel, board the Seville City Sightseeing Hop on Hop Off bus at any of the 12 stops across Seville. The onboard audio commentary is available in 15 languages while watching the sights pass by. You can either stay on board for the entire hour-long circle or get off and explore on foot. The Seville Cathedral, one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in the world, is a fantastic structure, so why not get off near it and explore it? Visit Maria Luisa Park, nestled in the magnificent Plaza de Espana, which was constructed for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition. Alternatively, disembark to explore the 13th-century Tower of Gold along the Guadalquivir River, the Archaeological Museum in Plaza de América, or the roller coasters at Isla Magica. A number of sites in Seville are also free to enter with your ticket. Join a free walking tour to see sights, including Seville Cathedral, the markets, the narrow streets of the old Macarena neighborhood, and the accessible entrance to the Castle of St. George Inquisition Museum, which was initially the home of the Spanish Inquisition. In the evening, transfer to Seville Airport to connect to your Flight to Tangier. (Economy Class Ticket Included). Arrive in Tangier, and you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Overnight at the Tangier.

Breakfast at the Hotel. You will have a hotel pick-up. On a 4-hour sightseeing tour of Tangier, learn about the city's intriguing history and lively culture while taking in the must-see attractions of a historic city. Investigate the Hercules Caves beneath Spartel Cape, a lighthouse that directs sailors through the perilous Straights of Gibraltar. Explore the winding streets of Tangier's historic Medina, an atmospheric maze of artisans' shops that runs beside the busy port. In this picturesque seaside city where Matisse, Paul Bowles, and William Burroughs reside, visit the fabled Grand Socco and follow in their creative footsteps. You will be driven to Tangier railway station in the afternoon, where you can board a train to Fez (Standard Train Travel Included). After being greeted at the airport, you will be taken to your hotel.

Overnight at the Fez.

Day 8 :

Breakfast at the Hotel. Half-Day Guided Tour of Fez. Morning pick-up from your accommodation is scheduled. This thorough guided tour will show you the best parts of Fez. Visit the stores offering silver, carpets, spices, and other items along the old Medina's winding streets. Take in the exquisite Nejjarine Fountain, the smelly Chouara Tannery, the blue-tiled Bab Boujloud, the university that dates back to AD 859, and the city's other highlights. Visit the former Jewish Quarter, the gates of the Royal Palace, and an Andalusian-style garden before returning to your hotel. Lose yourself in the charm of the Fez Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Visit fountains, Andalusian gardens, and architectural gems. You will be dropped off at your hotel by evening.

Overnight at the Fez.

Breakfast at the Hotel. Your hotel will pick you up on the guided full-day Meknes and Volubilis tour. Your guide will take you through Volubilis, Moulay Idriss, and Mekens excursion with outstanding monuments. The day's first destination will be Volubilis, an ancient roman city established near Meknes in a rich agricultural area. It is also well known for being a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its remaining buildings of the protected city, covering more than 40 Hectares. Your amazement will be increased when our guide explains every detail of this site's remarkable history. You're going to get back to Fez in the evening.

Overnight at the Fez.

Day 10 :
Fez - Rabat

Breakfast at the Hotel. Departure transfer to Fez Train Station. Connect to the train to Rabat (Standard Class train ticket Included). Meet upon arrival at Rabat Train Station and transfer to your hotel. Check-in Hotel. Rest of the day free to explore Rabat on your own.

Overnight at the Rabat.

Breakfast at the Hotel. Morning Guided Tour of Rabat. We plan to provide a customized tour for those only staying a short while in Rabat. The tour offers the chance to see Rabat's top attractions in just three hours, starting at the site of the Chellah strongholds, moving on to the Royal Palace, Hassan Tour & Mausoleum, and concluding at Kasbah Udayas while traveling in a modern, comfortable vehicle with a knowledgeable driver. You'll later be driven back to your hotel. You will thereafter travel to the train station in Rabat. Connect to the train to Marrakech (Standard Class Ticket Included). Arrive in Marrakech, and you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Overnight at the Hotel Marrakech.

Breakfast at the Hotel. This morning you will be picked up from your hotel for your Exclusive Half Day Marrakech Tour. We have created this as the most comprehensive tour in Marrakech for travelers who want to get the most out of what the Red City offers. Dive into the rich history of Explore the souks of Rabat, Morocco's most fascinating and enigmatic imperial city, where traders have been selling their wares for more than a thousand years! Travel around Marrakech's famous monuments, including the charming Jardin Majorelle, the majestic Bahia Palace, and the Jewish Quarter (Mellah). You'll hear many fascinating tales, gain a deeper understanding of Moroccan history and cultural customs, see strange sights and scents, and acquire all the information you require from your preferred local guide! Afternoon free at leisure on your own. At 1730 hrs departure, Private transfer to Casablanca. Arrive and check in at the Hotel in Casablanca.

Overnight at Casablanca.

Day 13 :

Breakfast at the Hotel. This morning you will be picked up from your hotel or your Guided City Tour of Casablanca. Cover Casablanca highlights some of the city's most fascinating destinations, from Rick's Café to colonial-era streets. When you travel by vehicle, you may enjoy secure, pleasant touring and have the freedom to plan your day according to your interests. Check out Casablanca's "must-see" locations in a half-day. Include history, religion, and the royal family of Morocco in your cultural immersion. The afternoon is free for leisure.

Overnight at the Casablanca.

Day 14 :

Breakfast at the Hotel. Check out of the hotel by 1100hrs. Before your flight, you have the day to enjoy yourself at your leisure.




  • 13 Nights Accommodation
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Return Airport or Train Station Transfers on Private Basis
  • Madrid/Seville & Tangier/Fez/Rabat/Marrakesh(Train)
  • Seville / Tangier (Flight tickets)
  • All tours on seat in coach basis as per itinerary
  • Travel insurance (Up To the Age of 59)


  • Visa
  • Return International / Domestic Flight tickets 
  • 5% GST + 5% TCS 
  • Porter Charges 
  • Additional Meals which has not mentioned above 
  • International Telephone Calls 
  • Laundry Service 
  • Tips 
  • Above mentioned proposal will be subject to availability 
  • Additional supplement cost may apply according to the respective hotel event 
  • Joy N Crew may alter the itinerary due to unforeseen circumstances, such as weather, transport delays, etc.

Accommodation Details and Pricing

Guest type Economy Deluxe Premium
Double Sharing  EUR 2595 EUR 2860 EUR 3300
Triple Sharing  EUR 2560 EUR 2845 EUR 3250
SingleSharing (Supplement Cost) EUR 965 EUR 1120 EUR1505
Note: Above mentioned prices are on Per Person Basis (5% GST + 5% TCS will be applicable on Final Invoice)
City  Economy Deluxe Premium
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Seville Hotel Derby Sevilla / Similar Hesperia Sevilla / Similar Hesperia Sevilla / Similar
Tangier Ibis Tanger City Centre / Similar Grand Mogador Sea View / Similar Hilton Tangier Al Houara Resort / Similar
Fez Ibis Fes / Similar Palaos D'Hotels Suites & Spa Fes / Similar Sofitel Fes Palais Jamai / Similar
Rabat Malak Hotel / Similar Le Diwan Rabat - MGallery / Similar Sofitel Rabat Jardin des Roses / Similar
Marrakesh Hotel El Kennaria / Similar Murano Resort Marrakesh / Similar Radisson Marrakesh Carre Eden / Similar
Casablanca Relax Hotel Casa Voyageur / Similar Novotel Casablanca / Similar Grand Mogador City Centre / Similar

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