7 days Morocco Jewish tour ___ Program can be modified
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Exploring the Casablanca Museum of Moroccan Judaism
Up Close Meeting with Morocco's local Jewish Community
Jewish Heritage Historic Sites in Casablanca, Rabat, Fes, Meknes, and Marrakech
Stays at the Best Riads in Morocco
Arrival at Mohammed V Airport in Casablanca. Dinner at Casablanca's Kosher Restaurant. Visit Beth-El Mosque, Casablanca's Jewish Synagogue. Beth-El, a once-thriving Jewish community, is considered the centerpiece. Tourists are drawn to this synagogue by its stained glass windows and other architectural features. As time permits, you can visit Temple Em Habanim and Neve Chalom.
Visit Casablanca's Museum of Moroccan Judaism. In Casablanca, the Jewish Museum occupies an area of 700 square meters and is the first of its kind in the Arab world.
Visit the Jewish Cemetery in Casablanca and visit Mellah
By Moroccan standards, Casablanca's mellah is young, not much more than a century old. In the evening, it hits the senses, with a sea of women in brightly colored djellabas
Visiting the promontory of the Mosque of Hassan II provides stunning views of Casa in the suburban quarter of Anfa. Head over to the New Town of Casablanca, also planned by the French architect Henri Prost, after a tour of the mosque.
At the end of the day, we will drive to Rabat
Following Breakfast. Begin your day with a sightseeing tour of Rabat. Visit the Tour Hassan Mosque, which is the equal of Marrakech's Koutoubia Mosque and Seville's Giralda Cathedral, both of which were erected by the Almohad Dynasty, the persecutors of the Jews in the 12th century. The Mausoleum of King Mohammed V, which is next to the Tour Hassan, has become a pilgrimage place for Jews who remember his attempts to defend them from the French Vichy Government's anti-Semitic policies. The Jewish district, with its tiny streets and colorful courtyards, will be our next stop; the nearby mellah has a lovely synagogue just inside its gates.
Taking the path to see the Imperial City of Meknes and the Volubilis Walili Roman Ruins.
On your arrival in Meknes, visit the Jewish Quarter. Explore, with its small lanes and lively courtyards, the Jewish Mellah. In the Hebraic epitaphs, which date back to the Christian period, the influence of Jewish history is clear. In the Meknes Jewish zaouia, a place of pilgrimage where the tomb of Rabbi David Benmidan still remains, these epitaphs along with Greek inscriptions can be found.
In medieval Jewish history, Fes is one of the best-known towns. Formerly the home of one of the most important Talmudic scholars of all time, Fes was founded in the eighth century by Idriss I.Afterward we’ll start visiting all the sites with cultural and historical interest including the famous Al Qaraouine University, the Tanneries, and the Attarine museum.
You will visit the Jewish Heritage Sites and Cultural Sites of Fez on this guided historical tour of UNESCO Fez, which blends sites visited by synagogues, libraries, mosques, cemeteries, the Mellah, along with gardens and palaces. A connective connection between Muslim and Jewish Morocco will be provided by your guide.
Mellah the Jewish:
In comparison to Casablanca's youthful Mellah, Fes' mellah is over 650 years old.
Cemetery of the Jews:
The nearby graveyard houses the tombs of more of Morocco's Jewish saints than any other cemetery.
There are traces of ancient Jewish life in the old city of Fes, including the house of Maimonides, who lived in the city from 1159-1165.
Unmarked on their exterior - dating back to the 17th century: one of the world's most special. Fes' Mellah once had 40 synagogues.
Stop by the path to see the view of the University of Ifrane and take a brief stroll around the garden. For its architecture, cedar forest and winter ski resort options, Ifrane is dubbed the "Little Switzerland" of Morocco. Due to its Alpine climate, this Moroccan town has remarkable European architecture, as if it were an Alpine village, built by the French during the Protectorate period for their administration.After breakfast in the Raid, you’ll leave for Dads Valley (Road of a Thousand Kasbahs) through Rissani, Erfoud (a historic region and an archaeologist’s delight that is packed with fossils) and Tinghir showing the traditional rural life of this region, a beauti7 daysy constructed houses dotting the landscape of the largest oasis .reaching Todra gorges – the highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco- undoubtedly one of the most spectacular natural attractions that Morocco has to offer.
At an outdoor cafe, taste coffee, tea, and pastries in Ifrane.
In Zaouia Cheikh, make a quick pause. This is one of the 30 damns planned to be constructed by 2030 in Morocco before we go to Marrakech via the atlas villages.
Marrakesh could be the town that shows all of Morocco's exotic culture and charm. with one of our native guides, you may visit the Koutoubia mosque built in the 12th century, the Majorelle Garden packed with cacti, palms, and ferns, the work of painter Jacques Majorelle,
Then we'll visit plenty of monuments like the Saadian Tombs This 16th-century graveyard is full of mosaic tiles.
The Mellah district, established in 1558 by Moulay Abdallah, was designated in Marrakech as the Jewish quarter.
Visit the Synagogue of Marrakech Lazama in the Old Medina. This Quarter was founded in 1558 in the region of the Kasbah. While Jews were not permitted to own any property outside Mellah and dominated the sugar trade, the Jewish community enjoyed autonomy.
After a break for lunch. you may have time to explore the fascinating souks( native markets ) it’s the town's star attraction you mustn't miss the Babouche (shoes) Souk, Chouari (carpenter's) open-air market, El-Attarine (perfume and spice) souk and the Cherratine (leather) souk and the narrow alleys around the Djemâa El-Fna square where within the evening, you'll be charmed with snake charmers, singers, acrobats, dancers, narrators, and story-tellers – moving from one group to another, Night within the riad.
depending on your departure time, we will drive you to the airport for your departure flight or any other place you choose. you can have a free time in Marrakech while waiting for your fly----> we can finish in Casablanca
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Morocco Jewish tours :
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Jack, September 2018, United States
nick and his father, May 2018, Holland