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Just across the Straits of Gibraltar lies an exotic landscape of deserts, mosques and street bazaars. The best ways to see Morocco are overland tours that take you into a maze of souks and ruins in the medina of Marrakech and on to Casablanca's contemporary mosque. Visit Seville's Royal Palace in Fez and the Kasbah des Oudaïa in the capital of Rabat. There is so much to see in Morocco that overland tours without a guide are almost impossible to get right. Fortunately Great Rail Journeys has been running rail tours for over 30 years and knows exactly what to include on a tour of Morocco.

Casablanca, Fez and Rabat are the delights of Morocco and overland tours to Marrakech provide a direct route through the heart of this exotic country.

A town's medina is where visitors will find the fabled souks and street markets of Morocco. The medina is always in the old quarter and will usually be made of narrow twisting alleys that bristle with people bartering and trading. Traditional crafts like wool dying and tanning take place next to stalls selling CDs and hi-fi's.

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Djemaa El Fna Square Marrakech
Small Group
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4.6 stars(15 reviews)
13 days from
£3,495 pp £3,345 pp
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  • DestinationSpain, Morocco
  • Starts / EndsSt Pancras International / London Gatwick
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Our customers love our Morocco tours
Magnificent Morocco and Moorish Spain
I Grimble
5 stars
“We loved the train journeys, and the fantastic breadth of experience. The guides were excellent and the tour manager was brilliant. We can't fault the organisation. It would have been better to have taken the ferry to Tangiers and not Tangiers Port.
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