Jewish Heritage Marrakesh private tour
1 Day : Marrakech Tour
Walk the winding alleys of The Mellah, Marrakech's 16th century Jewish quarter, and discover historic synagogues and Moorish architecture in a fascinating neighborhood. With a private guide to lead the way and share stories from The Mellah, you'll also visit Bahia Palace, bustling souks, and Jemaa el-Fnaa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that's full of life and culture. This private tour offers flexibility and a personalized experience, as well as convenient pickup and drop-off at hotels in Marrakech.
Private tour of The Mellah and historic Marrakech
Learn about the Jews who lived and worshipped in Marrakech
Visit Bahia Palace to see gorgeous 19th-century architecture
Join the bustling crowd at Marrakech's most important square Choice of morning or afternoon departure Pickup and drop-off at Marrakech hotels.
2 Day : Casablanca Tour
After arrive Casablanca we begins with a visit to Casablanca’s sacred Jewish sites like the Synagogues, cemeteries, and monuments followed by the highlights of old Casablanca. Casablanca has the largest Jewish community in Morocco and has numerous congregations, active communal institutions, and many highly recommended Kosher restaurants. Next up is a visit to the Mellah (Jewish quarter) with its temples and synagogues such as Bet-El, Em Habanim and Neve Shalom. The Jewish cemetery in the Mellah is open and quiet, with well-kept white stone markers in French, Hebrew, and Spanish. Once a year, Casablancans celebrate Hiloula, a prayer festival, at the tomb of the Jewish prophet Eliahou.
The next stop is a visit to the Museum of Moroccan Judaism exhibiting religious, ethnographic, and artistic objects that demonstrate the history, religion, traditions and daily lives of Jews in Morocco. Take some time to nourish yourself at a culinary pit-stop at the Kosher Cercle de L’Alliance, one of the most significant restaurants for the Casablancan Jewish community.
The last section of the tour covers the Hassan II Mosque, the 3rd largest Mosque in the world looking out to the Atlantic Ocean. Cap the day off with a visit to the Habous Market and explore local crafts and wood work traditions