2 Weeks Morocco & Spain

Travel Spain & Morocco in 14 Days

Welcome to our 14-day Spain and Morocco itinerary, where our specialist tour planners have brought together the best of these two incredible countries in just two short weeks.

Begin in Spain’s pulsating heart, Madrid, transitioning to the passionate soul of Seville before rounding off with Barcelona’s architectural wonders. The journey then transcends continents, diving into Marrakech’s colorful mazes and Fes’ artisanal grandeur.

This 14-day tour is a curated blend of iconic landmarks, gastronomical delights, and intimate cultural experiences. Prepare to immerse yourself in a symphony of sights, sounds, and flavors that epitomize the rich tapestries of both Spanish and Moroccan heritage. Welcome to a voyage that promises timeless memories and unparalleled experiences.

Highlights of the Spain & Morocco 14 Day Private Tour



Day 1-3: Madrid, Spain

Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain

Madrid, the soul-stirring capital of Spain, is a city where timeless traditions intertwine with modern sensibilities, creating a vibrant tapestry of culture, art, and life. 

Over the next three days, embark on a journey to explore the iconic landmarks, indulge in gastronomic wonders, and immerse yourself in the city’s rhythmic beat.

Royal Palace of Madrid Tour

Begin your Spanish adventure with a visit to the Royal Palace of Madrid. As you step through its majestic gates, the sheer magnitude of its luxury is undeniable. 

With over 3,000 rooms, each meticulously decorated, the Palace stands as a testament to Spain’s rich regal history. Walk through the lavishly adorned hallways, the throne room with its luxurious red velvet, and the impressive royal armory. 

The surrounding Sabatini Gardens only add to the Palace’s majestic aura, offering a serene escape within the city’s heart.

Prado Museum Private Tour

Spain’s artistic prowess shines brightly at the Prado Museum. Home to one of the most significant collections of European art, spanning from the 12th to the early 20th century, the museum is a veritable treasure trove for art enthusiasts. 

As you meander through its expansive galleries, masterpieces by renowned artists such as Velázquez, Goya, and Titian captivate your senses. The “Las Meninas” and “The Third of May 1808” are just glimpses of the vast artistic legacy contained within these walls.

Flamenco Show

As night falls, let the spirited rhythms of Flamenco envelop you. 

Our team will reserve your seats at a traditional “tablao” where, under dimmed lights, dancers in ruffled dresses and sharp suits tell tales of love, anguish, and passion with every stomp, twirl, and handclap. 

The intense guitar melodies and soulful vocals transport you to Andalusia’s heart, where this dance form originated. An experience that’s not just seen but deeply felt, Flamenco showcases the Spanish spirit in its rawest form.

Madrid Tapas Experience

No trip to Madrid is complete without indulging in its culinary wonders. Your guide will help you navigate the labyrinthine streets of the city to find quaint tapas bars, where gastronomy becomes an art form. 

From the spicy “patatas bravas” and olive-studded “gazpacho” to the delicate “jamon iberico” draped over crusty bread, every bite is a taste of Spain’s diverse regions. Accompany these with a glass of robust Rioja, and you have a meal fit for royalty in the Spanish Capital!

Historical City Walking Tour

Take to the streets to unravel Madrid’s rich tapestry of history. The city, with its seamless blend of the medieval and the contemporary, holds stories at every corner. Pass by the bustling Puerta del Sol, the heart of Madrid, and explore the grand Plaza Mayor, with its regal archways and cobblestoned expanses. 

Let your guide regale you with the city’s tales of yore, whispered by ancient walls and echoed in modern squares, fill your heart.

As you wrap up your Madrid section of our itinerary, prepare to board a high-speed train that will whisk you away to your next destination, promising more adventures and memories.

Day 4-6: Seville

Plaza De Espana, Seville, Spain

Steeped in history, passion, and an irresistible charm, Seville is the quintessence of Andalusia’s fiery spirit. 

From its ancient Moorish palaces to the rhythmic beats of Flamenco, Seville seduces visitors with its multifaceted allure. Over the next three days, be ready to immerse yourself in architectural wonders, delve into age-old traditions, and savor flavors that tantalize the palate.

Alcazar Palace

Your Sevillian adventure begins with the mesmerizing Alcazar Palace. 

A testament to Spain’s storied past, the Palace is a blend of Christian and Moorish architecture. As you step into its hallowed halls, the intricate tilework and arabesques speak of a bygone era of sultans and royalty. Complete your guided tour by exploring the lush gardens with tinkling fountains and fragrant orange groves, a peaceful retreat from the city’s bustle.

Seville Cathedral & Giralda Tower

Next, the majestic Seville Cathedral beckons. As the world’s largest Gothic cathedral, its sheer size and grandeur are nothing short of awe-inspiring. 

Inside, a wealth of art, from stained glass to wood carvings, awaits. Yet, the real treat lies in climbing the Giralda Tower. As you ascend its winding steps, Seville unfolds below in a panorama of terracotta roofs and winding streets. At the summit, the city lies at your feet, bathed in the golden hues of the Andalusian sun.

Flamenco Dance Museum

Delve deep into the heart of Andalusia’s cultural heritage at the Flamenco Dance Museum. 

Enjoy the interactive exhibits as they take you on a journey through Flamenco’s evolution, from its gypsy origins to its global acclaim. 

Attend a live performance and feel the fervor and passion of the dancers, their foot-tapping and handclaps echoing the rhythms of Seville’s soul.

Triana Neighborhood

Across the Guadalquivir River lies Triana, a district pulsating with life and color. Once the home of Seville’s Roma community, Triana’s cobbled streets resound with tales of Flamenco’s birth. 

Explore artisanal ceramic workshops, savor churros at quaint cafes, and witness the vibrant nightlife that makes Triana an essential part of the Sevillian experience.

Plaza de España

Nestled within the lush Maria Luisa Park, the Plaza de España is an architectural marvel. Built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, its semicircular building, bridges, and canal reflect a Renaissance Revival style. 

As you stroll around, the alcoves adorned with azulejos (ceramic tiles) representing different Spanish provinces offer a unique visual treat. Whether rowing a boat in its canal or simply lounging by the fountain, the plaza promises serenity amidst grandeur.

Andalusian Gastronomy Experience

As dusk descends, it’s time to embark on a culinary voyage. With its rich gastronomic heritage, Seville offers flavors that dance on the tongue. 

From “flamenquín” (breaded meat) to “salmorejo” (cold tomato soup), each dish tells a tale of Andalusia’s culinary traditions. Paired with local wines, from crisp whites to deep reds, this gastronomy experience is a symphony of tastes and textures.

Having soaked in Seville’s cultural and culinary delights, prepare for your next journey. A flight to the North African gem, Morocco, awaits.

Day 7-9: Marrakech, Morocco

Bahia Palace, Marrakech, Morocco

From the rhythmic beats of Seville’s Flamenco, you now find yourself amidst the echoing call to prayer and the fragrant waft of spices in the air. 

Marrakech, the beating heart of Morocco, offers an intoxicating blend of history, art, and culinary treasures. Over the next three days, prepare to embark on a journey where age-old traditions seamlessly blend with modern life, where every alley whispers ancient tales, and where every meal is a celebration of flavors.

Jardin Majorelle Exploration

Amidst the hustle and bustle of Marrakech, the Jardin Majorelle stands as an oasis of calm. 

Once owned by the legendary designer Yves Saint Laurent, this garden is a harmonious blend of exotic plants, vibrant blue architecture, and serene water features. The cobalt blue hues contrast strikingly against the greenery, offering visitors a sense of tranquility and an escape from the city’s fervor.

Historical Medinas & Souks

Marrakech’s heart lies in its medinas and souks. 

As you navigate the labyrinthine alleys, a sensory overload awaits — the vivid colors of textiles, the shimmer of lanterns, the scent of spices, and the distant hum of bartering. 

Every turn reveals artisans at work, from leather workers to silversmiths, each showcasing the rich cultural tapestry of Morocco.

Bahia Palace

The 19th-century Bahia Palace marvel is the epitome of Moroccan and Islamic architecture. 

With its sprawling courtyards, intricate stucco work, and cedar wood ceilings, the Palace paints a picture of the grandeur of yesteryears. 

The rooms come alive in a kaleidoscope of colors as sunlight filters through the stained glass windows.

Koutoubia Mosque

Towering over Marrakech’s skyline, the Koutoubia Mosque is a testament to the city’s religious and architectural heritage. Although non-Muslims are not permitted inside, the exterior itself is a marvel, with its salmon-pink walls and towering minaret. As the muezzin calls for prayer, the mosque’s presence adds a spiritual depth to Marrakech’s tapestry.

Atlas Mountains Day Trip

Venturing just beyond the city limits, the majestic Atlas Mountains beckon. With your private driver at the helm, journey through undulating terrains, Berber villages, and snow-capped peaks. 

The mountains offer a stark contrast to Marrakech’s arid landscape, presenting a verdant vista of valleys and traditional mud-brick homes. 

Whether it’s a trek, a mule ride, or simply soaking in the views, the Atlas Mountains promise an unforgettable experience.

Moroccan Cooking Class

Marrakech’s culinary scene is a symphony of flavors, and there’s no better way to immerse in it than by donning the chef’s hat! 

In a traditional Riad, learn the art of Moroccan cooking. From sourcing fresh ingredients in local markets to mastering the tagine’s slow-cooked magic, this experience is more than just a cooking class; it’s a deep dive into Morocco’s rich gastronomic traditions.

The next leg of our journey will see you join your private driver as you make your way to Fes, the spiritual heart of Morocco, in style and comfort with our luxury air-conditioned vehicle.

Day 10-12: Fes, Morocco

Tanneries in Fez, Morocco

Fes, with its cascading alleys and ancient echoes, invites travelers into its embrace, promising a deep dive into history, art, and unparalleled craftsmanship. 

Over these three days, you will navigate the labyrinth of Fes’s ancient streets, encountering the tangible soul of this city at every twist and turn.

Ancient Medina Exploration

The heart of Fes beats within its ancient Medina, an unyielding maze of over 9,000 alleys, each narrating tales from the past. 

Your guided journey through the pulsating life of bazaars, age-old mosques, and hidden squares unfold before you is like a journey through time as you traverse the world’s oldest continuously inhabited urban center.

Al-Qarawiyyin University

Behind ornate gates lies a seat of knowledge that predates any other in the world.

 Founded in 859 AD, the University of Al-Qarawiyyin is not only an architectural masterpiece with its intricate carvings and tile work but also a beacon of learning and scholarship. 

Even as you admire the grandeur, it’s humbling to think of the centuries of wisdom imparted within these walls.

Artisan Workshops

Fes is a haven for artisans, preserving techniques handed down through generations. Our tour has been designed for you to discover workshops where craftsmen bend over looms weaving delicate fabrics, while others chisel away at wood or intricately paint ceramics. 

These hands-on experiences offer a window into the dedication and skill that shape Fes’s unique cultural identity.

Merenid Tombs

Perched above the city, the Merenid Tombs, though in ruins, are silent witnesses to Fes’s grand past. 

A visit here isn’t just about the tombs themselves but the panoramic views they offer. As the city stretches below, the muezzin’s call, the clatter of artisans, and the distant chatter merge into a symphony, encapsulating the essence of Fes.

Bou Inania Madrasa

This 14th-century madrasa is a testament to the zenith of Moorish architecture. 

Every inch of Bou Inania is a masterpiece, from its ornate zellij (tilework) to the intricate wood and stucco work. 

As sunlight filters through its carved windows, it bathes the interiors in a golden glow, adding to the ethereal ambiance.

Fes Pottery & Tannery Tour

A significant part of Fes’s allure lies in its traditional arts, especially pottery and leatherwork. Embark on a guided tour to the city’s renowned tanneries, where leather is dyed in a rainbow of colors using age-old methods. 

The scent of dyes and leather fills the air, offering an authentic experience. Not far away, pottery workshops showcase artists molding clay and painting intricate designs on tagines and plates. Watching these artisans, one gains profound respect for Fes’s deep-rooted traditions.

As the days in Fes culminate, there’s a realization that this city isn’t just about places; it’s about emotions, experiences, and encounters. As you prepare for the next leg of your journey on a flight to Barcelona, the memories of Fes promise to accompany you, beckoning a return to its mesmerizing alleys.

Day 13-14: Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain

From the spiritual heart of Morocco, we soar across the Mediterranean to land in a city where gothic charm melds seamlessly with modernism. Barcelona, the Catalan capital, stretches along the sun-drenched coast, exuding a unique vitality. 

With its bustling streets, architectural wonders, and a culinary scene that dances between tradition and innovation, Barcelona promises a heady mix of experiences over two enthralling days.

Sagrada Família Tour

Your introduction to Barcelona begins with an architectural marvel that’s been over a century in the making. The Basilica de la Sagrada Família, Antonio Gaudí’s magnum opus, reaches towards the heavens with its intricate spires. 

As you step inside, the play of light through its stained-glass windows creates a kaleidoscope of colors, illuminating the genius of Gaudí’s vision. It’s not just a church; it’s a symphony in stone.

Park Güell

Continue your Gaudí journey atop a hill overlooking the city. Park Güell is where the architect’s imaginative prowess runs wild. 

Serpentine benches studded with colorful mosaics lead to the iconic lizard fountain; the entire park is a dreamscape that mirrors Gaudí’s love for nature and his unparalleled artistic vision. 

As you explore with your guide, the vistas of Barcelona sprawl below, providing a stunning backdrop to this whimsical garden.

La Rambla Walk

At the heart of Barcelona pulses La Rambla, a bustling boulevard where the city’s life unfolds in all its vibrant hues. 

Lined with cafes, flower stalls, and street performers, a walk down La Rambla offers a sensory feast. Whether you’re people-watching, savoring a gelato, or simply soaking in the atmosphere, it epitomizes Barcelona’s spirited essence.

Magic Fountain Show

As twilight descends, Montjuïc comes alive with a spectacle that melds music, light, and water. The Magic Fountain’s choreographed display sees waters dance in sync with melodies, illuminated in myriad hues. 

This mesmerizing show, with the Palau Nacional as its backdrop, adds a touch of enchantment to Barcelona’s nights.

Gothic Quarter

Step back in time as you enter Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter. 

Cobblestone lanes lead to medieval squares like the Plaça Reial, historic landmarks like the Barcelona Cathedral, and countless secrets waiting to be discovered. 

The atmosphere is steeped in history, from Roman ruins to the narrow alleys where tales of yesteryears whisper with every footfall.

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