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Spain & Morocco
Make your way across two continents and discover a vivid tapestry of cultures, customs, and cuisines on this enchanting journey through Spain and Morocco. In Spain’s historic capital of Madrid, discover dynamic history and culture. Travel to the Moorish city of Córdoba to encounter the religious marvel of La Mezquita. Journey to Granada and see the amazing Alhambra. In Seville, learn about and experience the intensity of Flamenco during a Flamenco show. Stop in Spain’s sherry region for a tasting and then board a high-speed ferry to Africa, just a short ride across the Strait of Gibraltar. In Morocco, discover the Indigo-blue streets of Chefchaouen, the "Blue City." In Fes, the "Mecca of the West," learn about why this city continues to be called one of the holiest cities in the world. Discover Casablanca on a tour of the masterful Hassan II Mosque and see the city by night on a drive along the seashore before dining at Rick’s Café, the legendary saloon from the film Casablanca.
13 Nights Starting At
May 14, 2023 through May 27, 2023
Book by:
May 10, 2023 7:00 PM
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Spain & Morocco

Madrid
Madrid is the capital and the largest city in Spain. Madrid sits on the Manzanares River, just northeast of the center of the Iberian Peninsula. It is estimated that the origins of Madrid can be traced back to the 2nd century B.C. Madrid is home to the head of the Spanish government, the Spanish royal family and the headquarters of the World Tourism Organization. Madrid’s influence on politics, education, entertainment, fashion and culture make it one of the world’s major global cities.

Cordoba
Córdoba is located in Andalucía, southern Spain, and is the capital of the province of Córdoba. This city has an interesting history full of many diverse cultures and was the capital of a Roman province, the capital of an Arab State and a form of an Islamic government. It has the second largest old town in Europe, featuring Roman architecture, including a Roman bridge, as well as several Islamic and Jewish mosques.

The Alhambra
The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. The first palace on the site was built in the 11th century and in the 12th and 13th century a fortress-complex palace was built. It is a vast complex, comprised of many structures. The Alhambra is part fortress, part palace, part garden and part government city. Many visitors come to Grenada specifically just to visit and see the Alhambra.

Seville
Seville is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. Seville is the top destination in the Andalusia region for travelers. Approximately 2,200 years old, the early origins of the city date back to the year 712. It is situated on the Guadalquivir River which splits the city into two halves. Seville is famous for being the birthplace of the Flamenco dance. It is also known for its culture, monuments, traditions and artistic heritage.

Flamenco Show
The heartbeat of Spain can be found in the houses of flamenco artists. A traditional flamenco show can be found in many of the small towns and cities scattered through the southern region of Spain, Andalusia. Flamenco is a style of dance encompassing the rhythm of lifestyle, personality and beauty of Spaniards. There is eminent beauty in every aspect of a Flamenco show from Andalusian décor, castanets, flamenco attire, polka dots, and the unforgettable strumming of the Spanish guitar. Flamenco is a type of Spanish folk music and dance originating in the region of Andalucía in southern Spain. It includes, singing, dancing, guitar playing and handclaps.

Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera is a municipality in the province of Cadiz in Andalusia in southwestern Spain. The city is located between the sea and the mountains, and sits about 7 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Jerez is known as the capital of sherry wine as well as being a center for horsemanship and flamenco dancing. The old quarter of Jerez, which dates back to medieval times, is the center for the city’s Easter Week celebrations and the center for the city’s main events and festivals.

Tangier
Tangier is a major port city in the northern part of Morocco. It is located on the North African coast at the Western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. Tangier was founded in the early 5th century B.C. Tangier is influenced by a mix of north Africa Spain, Portugal and France. Tangier is divided into an old, walled city, or medina and a new, modern city, the ville nouvelle.

Chefchaouen
Explore the “Blue City” of Morocco, with its medina painted a stunning indigo. No one knows exactly why – some say the blue keeps insects away and some say the Jewish population introduced it after fleeing persecution in the 1930s.

Fes
Once the capital of Morocco, Fes has become an increasingly popular tourist destination. Fes was founded in 789 and is Morocco’s oldest imperial city. Its “old town,” also called Medina, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Despite its traditional character, there are some modern sections built by the French, called “ville nuvelle.” Today, Fes is a bustling commercial center. Many non-Moroccans are now restoring traditional homes as second homes in the Fes medina. The popularity of Fes has increased since the King of Morocco wed a computer engineer from Fes, Salma Bennani.

Rabat
Rabat is the capital of Morocco where you will visit the Mausoleum of Mohamed V and explore the clean and evocative Oudaya Kasbah. While there, take a look around to enjoy the sight of pristine palm lined boulevards and perfect beaches.

Mausoleum of Mohammed V
This opulent marble architectural marvel in Rabat is the final resting place of Mohamed V, King Hassan II and Prince Abdallah. In addition to its historical significance, the ornate geometric tiles, hand-carved motifs and gold leaf ceiling make this a site of reverence and beauty.

Marrakech
Marrakech is a major city in the northwest African nation of Morocco. It is possibly the most important of Morocco’s four former imperial cities. The region was inhabited by Berber farmers from Neolithic times, but the actual city was founded in A.D. 1062. Like many Moroccan cities, Marrakech is comprised of the old, fortified city packed with vendors and their stalls, bordered by modern neighborhoods. Today it is one of the busiest cities in Africa and serves as a major economic center and tourist destination.

Choice on Tour
Choose to visit Jardin Majorelle, one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in Morocco, before venturing to the Berber Museum -OR- visit the Yves Saint Laurent Museum, a showcase of art, design and fashion by the iconic Algerian designer.

Casablanca
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and is located on the country’s western coast on the Atlantic Ocean. Today, Casablanca is known as one of the most important cities in Africa, both economically and demographically, as it is Morocco’s chief port and industrial center. The area which is today Casablanca was founded and settled by Berbers in the 7th century B.C. It was used as a port by the Phoenicians and later the Romans. It currently has an up-and-coming contemporary art scene, and it has beautifully restored French colonial buildings and an authentic old part of town.

Hassan II Mosque
Gaze upon the intricate, colorful artistry of ceramic tile and hand-carved stone during a visit to the breathtaking Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco. It’s minaret is the tallest in the world, at 689 ft. tall.

Hotels
Spain & Morocco

Riu Plaza Espana
Calle Gran Via 84, Madrid, Spain


Catalonia Hotel
Avenida de Madrid, 10, Granada, Spain


NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas
Marqués de Paradas, Seville, Spain


Hilton Tanger City Center
Tanger City Centre, Place due Maghreb Arabe, Tangier, Morocco


Barcelo Fes Medina
53, Angle Hassan II & Chefchaouni, Fes, Morocco


Radisson Blu Marrakech Carre Eden
166-176 Avenue Mohammed V, Marrakech, Morocco


Radisson Blu Hotel City Center
2 Boulevard Mohamed Diouri, Casablanca, Morocco


Spain & Morocco

Madrid
Madrid is the capital and the largest city in Spain. Madrid sits on the Manzanares River, just northeast of the center of the Iberian Peninsula. It is estimated that the origins of Madrid can be traced back to the 2nd century B.C. Madrid is home to the head of the Spanish government, the Spanish royal family and the headquarters of the World Tourism Organization. Madrid’s influence on politics, education, entertainment, fashion and culture make it one of the world’s major global cities.

Cordoba
Córdoba is located in Andalucía, southern Spain, and is the capital of the province of Córdoba. This city has an interesting history full of many diverse cultures and was the capital of a Roman province, the capital of an Arab State and a form of an Islamic government. It has the second largest old town in Europe, featuring Roman architecture, including a Roman bridge, as well as several Islamic and Jewish mosques.

The Alhambra
The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. The first palace on the site was built in the 11th century and in the 12th and 13th century a fortress-complex palace was built. It is a vast complex, comprised of many structures. The Alhambra is part fortress, part palace, part garden and part government city. Many visitors come to Grenada specifically just to visit and see the Alhambra.

Seville
Seville is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. Seville is the top destination in the Andalusia region for travelers. Approximately 2,200 years old, the early origins of the city date back to the year 712. It is situated on the Guadalquivir River which splits the city into two halves. Seville is famous for being the birthplace of the Flamenco dance. It is also known for its culture, monuments, traditions and artistic heritage.

Flamenco Show
The heartbeat of Spain can be found in the houses of flamenco artists. A traditional flamenco show can be found in many of the small towns and cities scattered through the southern region of Spain, Andalusia. Flamenco is a style of dance encompassing the rhythm of lifestyle, personality and beauty of Spaniards. There is eminent beauty in every aspect of a Flamenco show from Andalusian décor, castanets, flamenco attire, polka dots, and the unforgettable strumming of the Spanish guitar. Flamenco is a type of Spanish folk music and dance originating in the region of Andalucía in southern Spain. It includes, singing, dancing, guitar playing and handclaps.

Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera is a municipality in the province of Cadiz in Andalusia in southwestern Spain. The city is located between the sea and the mountains, and sits about 7 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Jerez is known as the capital of sherry wine as well as being a center for horsemanship and flamenco dancing. The old quarter of Jerez, which dates back to medieval times, is the center for the city’s Easter Week celebrations and the center for the city’s main events and festivals.

Tangier
Tangier is a major port city in the northern part of Morocco. It is located on the North African coast at the Western entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. Tangier was founded in the early 5th century B.C. Tangier is influenced by a mix of north Africa Spain, Portugal and France. Tangier is divided into an old, walled city, or medina and a new, modern city, the ville nouvelle.

Chefchaouen
Explore the “Blue City” of Morocco, with its medina painted a stunning indigo. No one knows exactly why – some say the blue keeps insects away and some say the Jewish population introduced it after fleeing persecution in the 1930s.

Fes
Once the capital of Morocco, Fes has become an increasingly popular tourist destination. Fes was founded in 789 and is Morocco’s oldest imperial city. Its “old town,” also called Medina, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Despite its traditional character, there are some modern sections built by the French, called “ville nuvelle.” Today, Fes is a bustling commercial center. Many non-Moroccans are now restoring traditional homes as second homes in the Fes medina. The popularity of Fes has increased since the King of Morocco wed a computer engineer from Fes, Salma Bennani.

Rabat
Rabat is the capital of Morocco where you will visit the Mausoleum of Mohamed V and explore the clean and evocative Oudaya Kasbah. While there, take a look around to enjoy the sight of pristine palm lined boulevards and perfect beaches.

Mausoleum of Mohammed V
This opulent marble architectural marvel in Rabat is the final resting place of Mohamed V, King Hassan II and Prince Abdallah. In addition to its historical significance, the ornate geometric tiles, hand-carved motifs and gold leaf ceiling make this a site of reverence and beauty.

Marrakech
Marrakech is a major city in the northwest African nation of Morocco. It is possibly the most important of Morocco’s four former imperial cities. The region was inhabited by Berber farmers from Neolithic times, but the actual city was founded in A.D. 1062. Like many Moroccan cities, Marrakech is comprised of the old, fortified city packed with vendors and their stalls, bordered by modern neighborhoods. Today it is one of the busiest cities in Africa and serves as a major economic center and tourist destination.

Choice on Tour
Choose to visit Jardin Majorelle, one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in Morocco, before venturing to the Berber Museum -OR- visit the Yves Saint Laurent Museum, a showcase of art, design and fashion by the iconic Algerian designer.

Casablanca
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and is located on the country’s western coast on the Atlantic Ocean. Today, Casablanca is known as one of the most important cities in Africa, both economically and demographically, as it is Morocco’s chief port and industrial center. The area which is today Casablanca was founded and settled by Berbers in the 7th century B.C. It was used as a port by the Phoenicians and later the Romans. It currently has an up-and-coming contemporary art scene, and it has beautifully restored French colonial buildings and an authentic old part of town.

Hassan II Mosque
Gaze upon the intricate, colorful artistry of ceramic tile and hand-carved stone during a visit to the breathtaking Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco. It’s minaret is the tallest in the world, at 689 ft. tall.

Spain & Morocco

Riu Plaza Espana
Calle Gran Via 84, Madrid, Spain


Catalonia Hotel
Avenida de Madrid, 10, Granada, Spain


NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas
Marqués de Paradas, Seville, Spain


Hilton Tanger City Center
Tanger City Centre, Place due Maghreb Arabe, Tangier, Morocco


Barcelo Fes Medina
53, Angle Hassan II & Chefchaouni, Fes, Morocco


Radisson Blu Marrakech Carre Eden
166-176 Avenue Mohammed V, Marrakech, Morocco


Radisson Blu Hotel City Center
2 Boulevard Mohamed Diouri, Casablanca, Morocco


About Collette
With Collette, the World is Within Your Reach

True adventures go beyond incredible destinations or inclusive packages. Collette delivers a sense of possibility across all seven continents.

Since 1918, we have been sharing our love of travel. Today our worldwide travel collection features comprehensive land tours, river cruises, rail journeys, small group tours, family trips, garden holidays and more. With Collette, wake each morning on tour with a new experience in front of you, and when your head hits the pillow, you will know it has been an amazing day. Best of all - we seamlessly handle the details. All you have to do is enjoy the adventure.

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About Collette
With Collette, the World is Within Your Reach

True adventures go beyond incredible destinations or inclusive packages. Collette delivers a sense of possibility across all seven continents.

Since 1918, we have been sharing our love of travel. Today our worldwide travel collection features comprehensive land tours, river cruises, rail journeys, small group tours, family trips, garden holidays and more. With Collette, wake each morning on tour with a new experience in front of you, and when your head hits the pillow, you will know it has been an amazing day. Best of all - we seamlessly handle the details. All you have to do is enjoy the adventure.

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