Spain

• Madrid City Tour with Royal Palace

• Cordoba City Tour with Mezquita

• Granada Alhambra and New Granada Mosque

• Seville City Tour with Plaza de Espana

• One-way Cruise ferry from Algeciras to Tangier

Morocco

• Tangier – Old Medina & Kasbah

• Fez – Medina & Mosque Bouanania

• Marrakech – Saadian Tombs & Jemaa el Fna

Square

• Casablanca – Mosque of Hassan II

IMPORTANT NOTES

Minimum 10 Adults to Move and with a Tour Manager.

Remarks

Revisions, if any, in itinerary are subject to the Company’s Terms and Conditions, a copy of which is available at www.ChansWorld.com/PackageTourTnCs

In particular, the Customer is requested to note the following:

Itinerary may be subject to change due to circumstances beyond the Company’s control.

Accommodation in designated cities is subject to room availability.

Sequence of itinerary may be subject to change.

Proposed changes, if any, that are not accepted will be subject to the refund provisions set out in the Terms and Conditions.

During local or international public holidays such as Christmas Day, some attractions may be closed or will operate for half a day. Alternative arrangements will be made to visit these affected attractions on other days or they will be replaced with alternatives.

Updated 01 Sep 2022

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Check-in at Changi Airport for you flight to Madrid, Spain.

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Upon arrival, be greeted by your local representative and embark on a city tour to the most beautiful surroundings of Madrid with a visit to the world famous “Mosque of Madrid”. Next, proceed to enjoy the views of Bullring of Madrid Las Ventas. Continue to view the Real Madrid Stadium Santiago Bernabeu, one of the best football club in the world.

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This morning, start your day by exploring and enjoying the highlights of Madrid with city tour around Plaza Oriental, Royal Palace, Plaza Mayor, Puerta Del Sol Square. Next, continue to Arab Wall, Old Quarters, Cibeles Fountain, Puerta de Alcala where you will be fascintaed by the traditional style architectural within the modern city of Madrid. Explore Plaza Espana and Gran Via Avenue, the most famous street in the city built in 1929. Not forgeting a visit to Preciados Fashion Street, where you will be able to get some branded spanish fashion wear such as Massimo Dui, Mango, Zara and many more. In the evening, proceed to Las Rozas Village, a designer shopping outlet in Madrid.

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After breakfast, continue our journey to the magnificent city of the Caliphate "Córdoba". Start your tour in Qurtuba (Cordoba) with a stroll through the cobbled streets of this jewel city of the Middle Ages. Be spellbound by the Mezquita, the exquisite mosque started by Abdul Rahman I and expanded by his successors. The Great Mosque -Aljama- of Cordoba as it is also known, built during the period of Moorish occupation, is the most splendid Islamic monument in the western world. Its construction commenced in 785, when Abd-ar-Rahman established Cordoba as capital of al-Andalus, on the site of an ancient church dedicated to San Vicente and was extended during successive periods by Abd-ar-Rahman II, Al-Hakam II and Almanzor. After lunch, visit the Mosque of Avorroes where you may have a chance to meet the head of Muslim Community of Córdoba and Imam of Masjid Avorrroes. Cross the Roman bridge until you arrive to the Calaa Hurra, the Islamic fortified gate in the historical centre before continue you journey to Seville.

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Isbiliya or Seville as it is commonly known is Spain’s most beautiful city. The Muslims left a rich legacy in this historical city that gave birth to a culture which was the epitome of the refinement of the Moorish-Andalusian heritage. Visit what was once the main Mosque, which was demolished and replaced by a Gothic cathedral. The astounding minaret, the Giralda is still standing and is one the most awesome sight to behold. Visit the Alcazar, a castle built in the Mudejar style. The Plaza de Espana or Spain Square located in the Parque de María Luisa. Built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, it is a landmark example of the Renaissance Revival style in Spanish architecture. The complex is a huge half-circle with buildings continually running around the edge accessible over the moat by numerous beautiful bridges. In the centre is a large fountain. By the walls of the Plaza are many tiled alcoves, each representing a different province of Spain. Stop by the Golden Tower, which was built in the 13th Century by the Almohad Dynasty in order to control the city. Depart towards Granada - the City of Faith and justice.

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Granada also known as Ghranata, this magnificent kingdom produces astounding architecture and a rich tradition that still influences the lives of the people of present-day Andalusia. Embark on a walking tour to unravel the Islamic heritage of this enchanting kingdom, its Arab baths, its guest houses, its markets. Finally, marvel at the architecture, the Alhambra, the red fortress built on top of a hill and the biggest attraction in Spain. It is a fairy-tale fortress created by Muslim architects, engineers, artists and craftsmen who put their heart and soul, inspired by the Quran to build an exquisite abode, where the motto is “There is no Conqueror but Allah”. Explore this incredible fortress with its Quranic scripts and Arabic poetry, crowning our visit by admiring the Jannat al-Arif, the garden of paradise, now called the Generalife. See how light, wind and water have been utilized to create a serene and relaxing bliss. After Maghreb prayers at the New Granada Mosque explore the old city of Albaicin, where the medieval mystique is still alive. In the evening be entertained by the flamboyant flamenco show in one of the cave Gypsy tavern in Sacromonte.

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After breakfast, take a drive along the coaster road to board a ferry at the port of Algerciras and cross the Straits of Gibraltar that separate the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea to Morocco. Upon arrival at the port of Tangier, the gateway between Europe and Africa since Phoenician time. Start your Moroccan journey with a visit to the Medina, a walled city lively with its alleyways which are filled with shops and tea-houses. Next, visit the Kasbah and the Old Sultan's Palace which was built in the 17th Century lying within the Kasbah's walls and it is also known as the Dar El Makhzen. It has then converted into a Museum that hosues fine examples of Moroccan Art. Visit the Grand Mosque, the largest mosque in the Grand Souq and the are of Central Tangier. Is was built on a former site of a Portugese Cathedral which stood over a Roman Temple dedicated to Hercules.

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This morning, depart for Fez or as some spell it, Fes – the Moroccan city with the shortest name and the

longest past! Upon arrival, get started with your city tour of Fez will include viewing the exterior of The Royal Palace though general public are barred from entering the Palace, but it is still an impressive sight even from outside. The Mosque of Bouanania built between 1350 and 1357, is the biggest in Fès, and the hallmark of Merenid architecture. University of Quaraouiyne, The Karaouiyine mosque is one of the most imposing in Morocco. It houses a university which is thought to be the oldest in the world and which was founded in the middle of the 9th century at a time when theology, grammar and Koranic law were the basic subjects taught. The El-Attarine medersa, situated opposite it, is considered to be the most beautiful in the medina.

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Day 9
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Today bid farewell to Fez and continue your journey to the Imperial City of Meknes, founded in the 17th century and the city is surrounded with big old walls, gardens nice places and squares, charming streets of the Old Medina, Souqs, Moulay Ismail Mosque and its old shrine of the Sultan and enormous arcs. Continue to Rabat, the elegant and green administrative Capital of Morocco. View the Royal Palace area, the Mausoleum of King Mohammed V, the Hassan's Tower. After lunch, proceed to Marrakech, the Pearl of the South and one of the Imperial Cities of Morocco.

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Serving as the capital of southern Morocco, the city of Marrakech is one of the country's most visited and this colorful oasis retains a rather exotic flavor with some its 16km mud brick ramparts still standing. Marrakech is now something of a Moroccan tourism heaven and is home to the south's premier souq (market). Founded almost 1,000 years ago, the character of Marrakech remains quite unchanged, being hot, full of energy and somewhat African. Spread around the Medina and Djemaa El Fna square, the Koutoubia Mosque is without question one of the most eye-catching of all the landmarks within Marrakech and hard to miss, with its beautiful towering minaret playing an integral part of this unique Moroccan skyline. Other not to be missed sights are the Old Saadianas Tombs and the Bahia Palace.

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Continue to Casablanca to visit the Beautiful pearl of the Atlantic Ocean, the city of Islamic heritage and today the most luxury and wealthy city of Morocco, a city not only for Kings and Princes with the beautiful surroundings of the Saudi Royal family palaces and the beautiful Mosque of King Hassan II, But surrounded with a unique beauty and mystic which you will never find in the world. You will be taken through the most beautiful locations like the old city and to enjoy the most beautiful sunset at the beautiful harbor of "Ain

sbai".

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After breakfast, if time permits you may wish to do some last-minute shopping before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.

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