Attractions

  • Transfert Aéroport

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    Le Riad Alassala Fes offre un service de chauffeur de luxe avec un tarif de 150 MAD de 6h00 à 19h00 et de 200 MAD de 07h01 à 05h59 .

    Les véhicules sont équipés d'une connexion WiFi gratuite, d'un distributeur d'eau et d'une boîte à mouchoirs pour assurer un voyage confortable et sans encombre. Nous pouvons également vous fournir des voitures de qualité et des véhicules supplémentaires pour le transport des bagages, selon votre demande et vos besoins spécifiques.

  • TOUR "MEDINA FES VISIT" with official guide

    Adresse:
    11 Derb El-Hamia, Fes, Morocco .

    Good morning Fes! Time to close the civilisation doors behind you, get on the magic carpet and fly through the labyrinths of Fes. Led by a professional knowledgeable local guide, you will discover thousands of years of history in a city that has always enjoyed high intellectual and religious status. The medina in Fes is one of the largest in the World. In its immense and confusing warren of souks are thousands of craftsmen with their tiny shops opening onto the narrow alleyways. Noisy and pungent, hot and claustrophobic, the medina of Fes is a totally absorbing and unique experience.

    Behind each piece of craft is a story. A story of the life of a person that shaped the way the city looks like. Your Guide will explain to you how each piece become a landmark. You will understand the history of the place and people just by understanding their craft.

    While generations come and go over the centuries, the soul of the city of Fes is sustained by connections between different cultural traditions. Fes is the core of Moroccan history, and the source of its renewal, something that your guide will talk to you through.

    It is a magical city that can hold you forever! Hence you will find out that many Europeans have given up the life of modernism and come to Fes to enjoy the peace of the city and the warmness of its people!

     

    Price: 500 MAD   per up to 4 people.

  • TRIP "MEKNES, VOLUBILIS, MOULAY IDRISS" (1 day trip)

    Adresse:
    Riad Alassala Fes, 11 Derb El-Hamia, Fes, Morocco .

    After a delicious breakfast at our Riad Alassala, your driver will pick you up at the exact time agreed. Today we head to Meknes, the Ismailia capital,  then continue to the holy city of Moulay Driss via the ruins of Volubilis, the Roman City and back to Fez.

    Meknes is named after a Berber tribe (Miknasa). It has many interesting historical and cultural monuments to name but a few: The Dar El Makhzen palace which contains a 2 kilometer long corridor formed by 2 large walls. It was once Moulay Ismaïl's palace.

    The Bab Mansour gate was named after the architect who built it in 1732. Dar El Beida is a 19th-century palace built by sultan Mohammed ben Abdallah. The Royal Military Academy current resides here.

    Volubilis, a fertile land once prospered from olive growing, which led to the creation of fine structures with mosaic floors. The Romans, Latinised Christians, and Islamic settlement all took turns inhabiting this area. Volubilis was abandoned by the 11th century. Most of the local population relocated to the new town of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, 3 miles away. The ruins remained until they were damaged by an earthquake  during the mid 18th century, and further more when Moroccans seeked stones to build Meknes. Some of the structures were restored after the French ruled Morocco. Today, Volubilis is recognized as one of the best preserved colonial towns from the Roman Empire.

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    Price: 900 MAD   per couple

  • TRIP "CHEFCHAOUEN" (1 day trip)

    Adresse:
    11 Derb El-Hamia, Fes, Morocco .

    After a delicious breakfast at our Riad Alassala, your driver will pick you up at the exact time agreed. Today you will drive to one of our most favourite and recommended destinations: The "Blue Pearl" of Morocco. Chefchaouen is a small, quiet, picturesque city located in northern side of Morocco. The city is named after the shape of the mountain tops above the town, which look like two goat horns (chaoua). This city is known for its buildings painted in shades of blue. Situated on the Rif mountains just inland from Tangier and Tetouan, the city was discovered in 1471. It was a small fortress by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alami.

    Chefchouen is a popular location for its native handcrafts such as wool garments and woven blankets, which are not available anywhere else in Morocco. The native goat cheese are also a popular hit.

    Diving in the city blue color, you will discover the shady alleyways, the white washed houses and several cafes and restaurants in the main square that is often lively with locals and tourists alike, what brings a quiet friendly atmosphere.

    Those restaurants are overlooking the grand Tariq-Ben Ziad mosque and the latter is built in an Andalusian style like many other buildings in the city, such as the magnificent Kasbah and the Hispanic flavoured town at the centre of the medina.

    At the end of this eventful experience we will return to Fez.

     

    Price: 140 Euros   for a couple.

  • TRIP "SAHARA" FES - MERZOUGA - MARRAKECH (3 days / 2 nights trip)

    Adresse:
    11 Derb El-Hamia, Fes, Morocco .

    Day 1: After enjoying your delicious Moroccan Breakfast, our drive will come to pick you up at the exact time agreed. The landscape from Fes to Merzouga are breath taking, so we recommend that your journey to start as early as 8:am so as you can have enough time to enjoy the stops on the way and also to catch the most beautiful Sunset of Sahara. So, departure from Fes and destination Merzouga all the way through the Middle Atlas Mountains . On our way you will visit Berber villages where if time allows you will enjoy a cup of tea with nomads. Ifrane, a small town that is dubbed as the Switzerland of Morocco, will also be one our stops. You will also have a chance to say hello to our Atlas Mountain monkeys in the Jungle of Monkeys. You will also pass through Erfoud. When you arrive to Merzouga you will find your camels are waiting for you to explore together the dunes of desert. After have 100 of photos during the most beautiful sunset and enjoy your dinner, you pass the night there in the tents .

    Day 2: Good morning Sahara. Today you will wake and climb the sand dune to experience the most memorable sunrise. It is absolutely breath-taking and you will enjoy every moment of it! You climb down the dune, you will have your breakfast in a very peaceful atmosphere, then you head on to visit centre of merzouga and Gnawa village before you drive to Ouarzazate. A good lunch stop is the Todra Gorge with its switch-back roads and river chasms. You will then arrive in late afternoon at the Ait Ben Haddou rock village and fortress. You will spend a night at Ouarzazate after you will enjoy your dinner.

    Day 3: After breakfast, you visit the Medina of Ouarzazate and the Kasbah’s, the World Famous Cinema Studio and continue to Marrakech, your final destination.

    Famous for its multiple Kasbahs, Ouarzazate looks like a big remote network of magical constructions built by the locals who are in the most part Berbers.

    Being the door to the Sahara, the city is the centre for the various excursions through the majestic desert and the pleasant Draa Valley. Excursions involve treks to Zagora and to the no longer promoted camel trains to Timbuktu since the borders with Algeria are closed.

    Ouarzazate is not famous only for its proximity to the desert and the presence of monumental Kasbahs, but also for being a cinematographic attraction with its film centre and its UNESCO World Heritage Site; Ksar Ait Ben Haddou that was remarkably featured in various films such as: Lawrence of Arabia (1962), The Mummy 1999 and the Gladiator 2000.

    * Dinner for Day one and Day two are included

    ** Breakfast for Day 2 and Day 3 are included

    *** Camels, 4X4, and all the transport from your Riad in Fes to your Hotel/ Riad in Marakkech are included.

     

    Price: Starting from 570  Euros for a couple. Please ask reception staff for confirmed price as prices differ from season and the accommodation available.

  • "HAMMAM EXPERIENCE" - Discover the arts of Moroccan bathing and the secret of Moroccan beauty

    Adresse:
    11 Derb El-Hamia, Fes, Morocco .

    Fes is known for its hammams and spas! Although we are unable to offer Hammam or Spa at our Riad as we don’t have the facility to do so, we will be more than delighted to book for you a session at one of our local hammam or spa, where you can have a complete range of well-being and beauty treatments. Living the rituals of Moroccan Hammam is an experience that you wish not to miss! Please come and speak to us and we will go through with you all the packages and prices available.

    Prices:

    Private Traditional Hammam (40min includes scrubbing, soaping, mask with clay): 250 MAD

    Private Traditional Hammam (50 min includes scrubbing, soaping, mask with clay and 15 min Massage): 350 MAD

    Private Traditional Hammam (70 min includes scrubbing, soaping, mask with clay and 30 ,in relaxing Massage ): 420 MAD

    Public Traditional Hammam (includes scrubbing, soaping, mask with clay): 200 MAD

    Public Traditional Hammam (includes scrubbing, soaping, mask with clay and 15 min massage inside the Hammam): 300 MAD

     

  • "COOKING CLASS" - Discover the Moroccan Culinary Heritage, History and Secrets

    Adresse:
    11 Derb El-Hamia, Fes, Morocco .

    The Taste of Moroccan Cuisine

    Put your cooking skills to the test in 3 hours, hands-on masterclass, where you will learn how to make an authentic Moroccan fassi dish. But before that you will have the opportunity to choose your own ingredients in the local street market together with your host and Chef Souad, learning some Arabic along !

    Surprising detail and technique goes into making Moroccan dishes, and at Riad Alassala you will be able to witness every step. Souad will reveal the unique secrets of dosing spices and tricks of our tasty cuisine. Our Cooking Classes with Souad are a wonderful not to miss experience, that you will treasure all your life

    Sample Menu:

    Starter (Moroccan salads, Pastilla & Briouates)

    Main (tagines, Couscous)

     

    What's Included:

    Bottled water, Lunch, Tea or Coffee

    Price:

    450 MAD per a person

     

    Moroccan Tea Challenge

    Broaden your knowledge of Moroccan tea with Souad and learn more about the history of this ever popular beverage in Morocco. By the end of the challenge, you won’t be able only to master a perfect Moroccan pot of tea but also to enjoy it with some finest selected Moroccan homemade sweeties!

    Sample Menu:

    Moroccan tea

    What's Included:

    Bottled water, Tea or Coffee, Selection of Moroccan Sweeties

    Price:  

    150 MAD per a person

     

    The art of Moroccan pastry

    When it comes to Moroccan pastry, Farah is the best! Her passion is reflected in the beautiful mouth-watering sweeties that she bakes. By the end of your enjoyable class with her, you would know the Moroccan baking ingredients, discover the pastry art and Moroccan culture. Enjoy a half-day of traditional Moroccan baking classes in the heart of the Medina of Fes and discover how to make briwate, kaeb ghzal, ghriyba and many other secrets of Moroccan baking.

    Sample Menu:

    Selection of Moroccan pastries and sweeties

    What's Included:

    Bottled water, Tea or Coffee, Selection of Moroccan Sweeties

    Price:

    300 MAD per person.

  • TREKKING TRIP "FES & CHEFCHAOUEN" (9 days trip)

    Adresse:
    11 Derb El-Hamia, Fes, Morocco .

    Itinerary:

    Day 1: Fes Airport - Fes

    Once arrived in Fes Sais International Airport, you will be met by your expert driver who will take you for a short drive to your boutique hotel, where you will be warmly greeted and welcomed. After Check in, you will take time to familiarise yourself with your room and enjoy the facilities the Riad can offer. This evening you will have the chance to wonder around the labyrinth of the old medina of Fes before you enjoy some of the delicacy of the gastronomy of this wonderful imperial city.

    Day 2: Fes Visit

    Good morning Fes, It is the time you have been waiting for! Time to close the civilisation doors behind you and get on the magic carpet and fly through the labyrinths of Fes, discovering the thousands of years history of city that has always enjoyed the intellectual and religious status. The medina in Fez is one of the largest in the world. In its immense and confusing warren of souks are thousands of craftsmen with their tiny shops opening onto the narrow alleyways. Noisy and pungent, hot and claustrophobic, the medina of Fez is a totally absorbing and unique experience. Enjoy the moments and indulge yourself into this fascinating city!

    It is a magical city that can hold you forever! Hence you will find out that many European has given up the life of modernism and come to Fes to enjoy the peace of the city and the warmness of its people!

    Day 3: Fes- Meknes - Fes

    Welcoming a new day with such fresh air blown from the Middle Atlas Mountains all the way to our beautiful terrace, where you will have your breakfast, is just a wonderful feeling!

    I hope you have fully charged your battery as today you will have the chance to visit some of the most cultural as well as breath-taking monuments in the world!

    So today, together with your driver and guide, you will head to the second Emperial City Meknes. The latter is a city in northern Morocco, very close to Fes. It’s known for its imperial past, with remnants including Bab Mansour, a huge gate with arches and mosaic tiling. The gate leads into the former imperial city. The Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail, who made the city his capital in the 17th century, has courtyards and fountains.

    Most importantly, you will have the chance to witness the architecture and the power of Roman Empire through the excavated Roman city of Volubilis.

    I am sure you will have a wonderful adventurous and a very memorable day. The latter will end up with you coming back to your Riad in fes. Time to relax and pack for great few days ahead of you !

    Day 4: Fes – ChefChaouen

    After enjoying your traditional breakfast at our breath-taking Terrace, your driver will be picking you up and drive you all the way to Chefchouen. It is going to be just about 4 hours’ drive but of course you will have couple of breaks to relax and enjoy the exhilarating nature and landscape of the country before reaching this pearl.

    Driving through the Rif Mountains to get to the Blue Pearl, enjoying the pictureous landscape of the north of Morocco will make your day the most adventurous, exhilarating and memorable day!

    You will be guided through the small blue streets of this beautiful city! You will meet some wonderful local craftsmen who will be delighted to show you the best they can offer, and you will have a chance to taste some local delicacies!

    At the end of your day, your driver will drive you all the way to your Riad where you will enjoy an authentic local dinner !

    Day 5: ChefChaouen - Akchour

    Today, after you will enjoy your breakfast , you will trek to Akchour waterfalls where you will have free time at the river to enjoy the cold fresh water and then stay in the nearby refuge. (4 hours trekking) Refuge, picnic lunch and dinner included

    Day 6: Akchour – GOD’S Bridge - Azilane

    Today, you will walk towards the majestic God’s Bridge, known as “Pont de Dieu”. The trek is challenging and adventurous; however, the mouth-watering natural beauty of this place is worth all the work. The geological formations and rolling hills surrounded by mountains are a superb and witness the magnificent history of the region. God’s Bridge is a red-rock formation that signifies the spirituality of the place. I hope you had fully charge your camera battery as I am sure your day will be a memorable day full of adventures. (5 hours trekking) Refuge, breakfast, picnic lunch & dinner included

    Day 7: Azilane - Zaouiya

    Today’s hike will lead us deep in the Rif Mountains, trekking amongst dates and varied vegetation of the park. (6 hours trekking) Gite Talassemtane, breakfast, picnic lunch & dinner included

    Day 8: Zaouiya – Chefchaouen - Fes

    After breakfast we start the trek and continue through the national park, crossing Tissouka fig trees and rural dwellings. Our trek concludes in Chefchaouen where it was all started. Your driver will pick you up from Chefcouen all the way to Fes where you will enjoy and authentic Fassi dinner in your breath-taking terrace. (4 hours trekking)

    Day 9 : Fes - Fes Airport.

    It is your departure day! After you enjoy your breakfast and Check out, your driver will drive you all the way to Fes Sais International Airport for your departure!

    We trust you will have a very enjoyable and memorable moments that you will treasure all your life! Have a safe journey and we would love to welcome you again !

     

    Cities Highlights

    Fes:

    The fascinating city of Fez is the intellectual and religious centre of Morocco. Founded over a thousand years ago, Fez has many mosques and theological colleges (Madrasaas) including the 9th century Karouine University, whose architecture is very similar to that seen in Moorish Spain. The medina in Fez is one of the largest in the world. In its immense and confusing warren of souks are thousands of craftsmen with their tiny shops opening onto the narrow alleyways. Noisy and pungent, hot and claustrophobic, the medina of Fez is a totally absorbing and unique experience.

    Meknes:

    Meknes is a city in northern Morocco. It’s known for its imperial past, with remnants including Bab Mansour, a huge gate with arches and mosaic tiling. The gate leads into the former imperial city. The Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail, who made the city his capital in the 17th century, has courtyards and fountains. To the south, ruined Heri es-Souani is a vast structure once used as stables and for food storage.

    Chefchaouen:

    Chefchaouen or Chaouen, Berber:.Ashawen, Spanish: Xauen, is a city in northwest Morocco. It is the chief town of the province of the same name, and is noted for its buildings in shades of blue. The city is named after the shape of the mountain tops above the town, which look like two goat horns (chaoua). Situated on the Rif mountains just inland from Tangier and Tetouan, the city was discovered in 1471. It was a small fortress by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alami.

    Around 200 hotels cater to the European tourists who visit during the summer. Chefchouen is a popular location for its native handcrafts such as wool garments and woven blankets, which are not available anywhere else in Morocco. The native goat cheese are also a popular hit!

     

    The Following Details Apply

    The Tour Fee:

    £TBC per a person (based on two people)

    Included in the Tour Fee:

    Private English-speaking driver  and Guide  throughout the whole time of services

    All accommodation in lovely hotels and riads as per itinerary ( 4 Starts Accommodation)

    All ground transportation in private A/C luxury minivan

    All airport transfers on a private basis

    All breakfasts and meals (Dinners )as per itinerary

    All taxes

    All Museums and Monuments entrances

    Not Included in the Tour Fee:

    - Local and international flights

    - Drinks, tips, personal expenses (laundry, telephone, etc.)

    - Personal travel insurance (highly recommended)

     

    *Please note that general terms and conditions apply as stated in our Terms and Conditions

     

  • TREKKING TRIP "FES & MIDDLE ATLAS" (10 days trip)

    Adresse:
    11 Derb El-Hamia, Fes, Morocco .

    Itinerary:

    Day 1: Fes Airport - Fes

    Once arrived in Fes International Airport, you will be met by your expert driver who will take you for a short drive to your boutique hotel, where you will be warmly greeted and welcomed. After Check in, you will take time to familiarise yourself with your room and enjoy the facilities the Riad can offer. This evening you will have the chance to wonder around the labyrinth of the old medina of Fes before you enjoy some of the delicacy of the gastronomy of this wonderful imperial city.

    Day 2: Fes Visit

    Good morning Fes, It is the time you have been waiting for! Time to close the civilisation doors behind you and get on the magic carpet and fly through the labyrinths of Fes, discovering the thousands of years history of city that has always enjoyed the intellectual and religious status. The medina in Fez is one of the largest in the world. In its immense and confusing warren of souks are thousands of craftsmen with their tiny shops opening onto the narrow alleyways. Noisy and pungent, hot and claustrophobic, the medina of Fez is a totally absorbing and unique experience. Enjoy the moments and indulge yourself into this fascinating city!

    It is a magical city that can hold you forever! Hence you will find out that many European has given up the life of modernism and come to Fes to enjoy the peace of the city and the warmness of its people!

     Day 3: Fes – ChefChaouen- Fes

    After enjoying your traditional breakfast at our breath-taking Terrace, your driver will be picking you up and drive you all the way to Chefchouen. It is going to be just about 4 hours’ drive but of course you will have couple of breaks to relax and enjoy the exhilarating nature and landscape of the country before reaching this pearl.

    Driving through the Rif Mountains to get to the Blue Pearl, enjoying the pictureous landscape of the north of Morocco will make your day the most adventurous, exhilarating and memorable day!

    You will be guided through the small blue streets of this beautiful city! You will meet some wonderful local craftsmen who will be delighted to show you the best they can offer, and you will have a chance to taste some local delicacies! You will also have the chance to walk the Bridge of God in the most alluring place Akshour waterfalls.

    At the end of your day, your driver will drive you all the way back to your Riad in Fes where you will enjoy an authentic Fassi Dinner !

    Day 4: Fes- Meknes- Fes

    Welcoming a new day with such fresh air blown from the Middle Atlas Mountains all the way to our beautiful terrace, where you will have your breakfast, is just a wonderful feeling!

    I hope you have fully charged your battery as today you will have the chance to visit some of the most cultural as well as breath-taking monuments in the world!

    So today, together with your driver and guide, you will head to the second Emperial City Meknes. The latter is a city in northern Morocco, very close to Fes. It’s known for its imperial past, with remnants including Bab Mansour, a huge gate with arches and mosaic tiling. The gate leads into the former imperial city. The Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail, who made the city his capital in the 17th century, has courtyards and fountains.

    Most importantly, you will have the chance to witness the architecture and the power of Roman Empire through the excavated Roman city of Volubilis.

    I am sure you will have a wonderful adventurous and a very memorable day. The latter will end up with you coming back to your Riad in fes. Time to relax and pack for great few days ahead of you !

    Day 5-9: Middle AtlasTrekking

    DAY 5: After your breakfast, you will be picked up from your Riad on the morning. You will be driving  through Middle Atlas Mountains to Azrou then to Ain Louh passing through The Cèdre Gouraud Forest is located to the north of Azrou, where one of the sub-populations of the Barbary Macaque is found. In addition to its rich biodiversity symbolized by the famous cedar forest there are the butterflies which are unique in the world. Tonight you will spend a night at Ain Louh.2 hours walking. Gite, lunch and dinner included

     

    DAY 6: Ain Louh - Zaouiate Ifrane

    Today no vehicles are needed as you will walk all the way from Ain Louh through the beautiful landscapes of the valley of Bou Harch to Zaouiate Ifrane where you will meet up with local people and spend a night. Zaouiate Ifrane is a small Berber village about 25km outside of Azrou sits under a dramatic and extremely unique geological feature, a 200 foot travertine plateau provides a backdrop of caves, hanging plants and waterfalls. 5 hours walking. Gite, breakfast, lunch and dinner included

     

    DAY 7: Zaouiate - Ouiuane Lake

    You will walk today  towards the water sources which feed the Zaouiate Ifrane waterfalls. You will enjoy climbing through the  middle of herds of sheep. A very Peaceful and undestroyed nature and environment. You will end up your walk at the edge of the Lake of Ouiouane where you will spend the night. 5 hours walking. Camping, breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

     

    DAY 8: Lake Ouianine – Oum Errabie

    Today you will continue your walk to River Oum Errabie through the breath-taking landscapes of gorges of the River Fella. A long walk but will be most adventurous.  Once arrived and depends on the weather, you may enjoy a beautiful and calm bath on the Oum Errabie waterfalls. Camping, breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

     

     DAY 9: Oum Errabie - Fes

    After enjoying your local breakfast in the most scenic nature, you will meet again with you driver, who will be more than happy to drive you back to your Riad in Fes.

     

    Day 10 : Fes - Fes Airport.

    It is your departure day! After you enjoy your breakfast and Check out, your driver will drive you all the way to Fes Sais Airport for your departure!

    We trust you will have a very enjoyable and memorable moments that you will treasure all your life! Have a safe journey and we would love to welcome you again !

     

    Cities Highlights

    Fes:

    The fascinating city of Fez is the intellectual and religious centre of Morocco. Founded over a thousand years ago, Fez has many mosques and theological colleges (Madrasaas) including the 9th century Karouine University, whose architecture is very similar to that seen in Moorish Spain. The medina in Fez is one of the largest in the world. In its immense and confusing warren of souks are thousands of craftsmen with their tiny shops opening onto the narrow alleyways. Noisy and pungent, hot and claustrophobic, the medina of Fez is a totally absorbing and unique experience.

    Meknes:

    Meknes is a city in northern Morocco. It’s known for its imperial past, with remnants including Bab Mansour, a huge gate with arches and mosaic tiling. The gate leads into the former imperial city. The Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail, who made the city his capital in the 17th century, has courtyards and fountains. To the south, ruined Heri es-Souani is a vast structure once used as stables and for food storage.

    Chefchaouen:

    Chefchaouen or Chaouen, Berber:.Ashawen, Spanish: Xauen, is a city in northwest Morocco. It is the chief town of the province of the same name, and is noted for its buildings in shades of blue. The city is named after the shape of the mountain tops above the town, which look like two goat horns (chaoua). Situated on the Rif mountains just inland from Tangier and Tetouan, the city was discovered in 1471. It was a small fortress by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alami.

    Around 200 hotels cater to the European tourists who visit during the summer. Chefchouen is a popular location for its native handcrafts such as wool garments and woven blankets, which are not available anywhere else in Morocco. The native goat cheese are also a popular hit!

     

    The Following Details Apply

    The Tour Fee:

    £TBC per a person (based on two people)

    Included in the Tour Fee:

    Private English-speaking driver  and Guide  throughout the whole time of services

    All accommodation in lovely hotels and riads as per itinerary ( 4 Starts Accommodation)

    All ground transportation in private A/C luxury minivan

    All airport transfers on a private basis

    All breakfasts and meals (Dinners )as per itinerary

    All taxes

    All Museums and Monuments entrances

    Not Included in the Tour Fee:

    - Local and international flights

    - Drinks, tips, personal expenses (laundry, telephone, etc.)

    - Personal travel insurance (highly recommended)

     

    *Please note that general terms and conditions apply as stated in our Terms and Conditions