Day 1 Madrid There are no activities planned until an evening welcome meeting. We recommend arriving a day earlier to explore all that this amazing city has to offer.
Please note that if you wish to visit popular sites and want to avoid waiting in line, it is advisable to reserve tickets in advance. We recommend pre-arranging your visit to the Prado Museum.
Arrival Day and Welcome Meeting
Day 2 Madrid/Porto (1B) Get ready for a full travel day. Journey to Porto, including a quick lunch stop in charming Salamanca. Arrive in Porto by the early evening.
Local train (2.50-3.00 hours, 218km)
Private Vehicle (3.50-4.00 hours, 350km)
Day 3 Porto (1B) Head down Allies Avenue to see the French-inspired buildings. Bargain at the Bolhão Market. Wander the city's World Heritage-listed Ribeira district, visit São Francisco church, the palatial former 19th-century stock market Palácio de Bolsa or head to the Clerigos Tower for a panoramic view of the city.
Port Wine Cellar Visit
Day 4 Porto/Lisbon (1B) Journey to Portugal's capital city, Lisbon. Take in your surroundings on an orientation walk of the Lisbon.
Lisbon Orientation Walk
Day 5 Lisbon (1B, 1D) Opt to take a day trip into the foothills of the surrounding mountains to Sintra. Get lost in the city's winding streets lined with pastel coloured houses, palaces, majestic gardens and lush forests. It doesn't get more postcard-worthy than this.
Fado Night with Traditional Portuguese Meal
Day 6 Lisbon/Évora (1B) Travel to Evora in the heart of the Alentejo region. Enjoy an included tour to the haunting, but mesmerizing Chapel of Bones. Opt to visit Diana's Temple, one of the best preserved Roman temples in the Iberian Peninsula.
Chapel of Bones Visit
Private Vehicle (2.00 hour(s))
Day 7 Évora/Seville (1B) Journey to the Algarve coast to the small fishing village of Olhão. Explore it's bustling fish market, active waterfront and white washed laneways. Continue to Seville and enjoy an orientation walk on arrival.
Private Vehicle (2.75 hour(s), 248km)
Private Vehicle (2.25 hour(s), 191km)
Day 8 Seville (1B) Take the time to see all this great city has to offer. Opt to explore the interiors and gardens of the Alcázar, a magnificent palace dating from Moorish times, or the true heart of Seville, the Santa Cruz quarter— a charming area with winding alleys, picturesque lime-washed houses, flowery patios, and small squares.
Seville is home to the world’s largest gothic cathedral — climb the adjoining tower for great views of the city. Other attractions include the Museo Arqueológico, the Casa de Pilates and the Parque de María Luisa, which has a maze of paths, garden beds, pretty little patios, fountains, and shaded lawns.
Please note that if you wish to visit popular sites and want to avoid waiting in line, it is advisable to reserve tickets in advance. We recommend pre-arranging your visit to the Alcázar of Seville.
Day 9 Seville/Chefchaouen (1B) Stop in Tangier for a guided tour of the medina before continuing on to Chefchaouen for the evening. The djellaba, the traditional hooded garment worn by the men and women of North Africa, was created here. Chefchaouen is a great place to check out many of Morocco's ancient crafts, or wander around the medina's winding streets lined with blue-washed houses.
Border Crossing (Spain – Morocco)
Tangier Guided Tour
Local bus (3.50 hour(s))
Ferry (1.00 hour(s))
Private Vehicle (4.00 hour(s))
Day 10 Chefchaouen (1B) The city, whitewashed in different shades of blue, is spectacular on its own but with the surrounding mountains, it's a sight to behold. At sunset, opt to visit the Spanish Mosque for a stunning panoramic view of the city.
Day 11 Chefchaouen/Fès (1B, 1L) Continue through the rolling hills to the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Take a guided tour of the best-preserved Roman ruins in this part of Northern Africa, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After, continue to the imperial city of Fès, the heart of arts and culture in Morocco.
Meknes Community Lunch
Volubilis Guided Tour
Private Vehicle (4.50 hour(s))
Private Vehicle (2.00 hour(s))
Day 12 Fès (1B) Enjoy a half-day medina walking tour, with free time in the afternoon to explore more of the city.
The Fès medina is the world’s largest living medieval medina and a UNESCO site. Explore the artisan quarters, sample treats from the carts, and view Fès' famous leather tannery from above.
In the evening, opt for dinner in a converted riad complete with local specialties, music, and belly dancing, or visit a local hammam and meet some of the locals.
Only certified local guides are allowed to act as guides in the medina, so your CEO cannot go with you to the medina during free time.
Fès Medina Guided Tour
Day 13 Fès/Marrakech (1B) Travel to Marrakech, stopping en route in seaside Casablanca known for its colonial and art-deco buildings. Opt to visit the spectacular Hassan II mosque and learn more about this masterpiece. Continue to Marrakech in time to start exploring the city.
Private Vehicle (3.15 hour(s))
Private Vehicle (2.75 hour(s), 244km)
Day 14 Marrakech (1B) Enjoy a medina tour with a certified city guide. Opt to visit Djemaa al Fna Square in the evening to see the gathering of musicians and street performers.
Marrakech City Tour
Day 15 Marrakech (1B) Depart at any time.