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Erasmus Morocco Weekend Trip
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Sevilla & Algeciras:
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*GRANADA, MALAGA, AND HUELVA DEPARTURES have a minimum requirement of 15 people or more. This does not mean, your group of friends must be 15 people or more. It simply means that collectively there must be 15 people signed up from that departure in order to realize it.
This option is for those who would like a room to themselves on the Erasmus Morocco Weekend Trip.
*If you are traveling alone but would like to avoid this fee, we will try to find you a roommate but it is not guaranteed.
***MEETING TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. WE WILL NOTIFY ANY CHANGES PREVIOUS TO TRIP.
Plaza De Cuba Roundabout (In front of Restaurante Jose Luis)
Aprox. Arrival Home: 9/9:30PM
Oficina de Turismo Av. Jose de Carranza (corner C/Sirenas)
Aprox. Arrival Home: 8PM
***ONLY AVAILABLE ON CERTAIN DATES. PLEASE CONSULT INFO@WELOVESPAIN.ORG
Malaga City Hall (Avd. Cervantes 4)
Aprox. Arrival Home: 8/8:30PM
Plaza de Toros
Aprox. Arrival Home: 10/10:30PM
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Ferry Station Info Desk
Aprox. Arrival Home: 6:30PM
Blue Cities Erasmus Morocco Weekend Trip
The Erasmus Morocco Weekend Trip itinerary is subject to change due to logistics, waiting time, weather conditions, etc. All of the tour will be by private bus and boat (except for the walking tours).
First, we have a morning departure towards Algeciras. Upon arrival, we will board the ferry to Ceuta (Africa). Next, we will continue towards Asilah. Our first stop will be at this beautiful, small Moroccan town on the sea side. We will visit and enjoy the charm of the medina (old quarter) followed by free time for shopping. Finally, we will arrive to the hotel, check-in and have dinner.
First we will have breakfast at the hotel and depart with our luggage. Next, we will continue on towards Tangier. Upon arrival we will enjoy a panoramic tour of the city followed by a short camel ride ON THE BEACH and stop at Cape Espartel.
Next we will depart towards the mountain town of Chefchauen. Located in the Rif Montains, Chaouen is one of the most beautiful towns in Morocco. Blue houses, narrow streets, shops and astonishing views. We will begin with a lunch buffet in Parador restaurant followed by discovering the old quarter on our guided tour. We will also visit a Moroccan fabric workshop, and finally have free time for shopping or to enjoy a traditional Moroccan mint tea in one of the multiple bars in the city.
Finally, in the afternoon, we will departure towards M´Diq, our hotel on the Beach (unless stated otherwise). There we will have dinner.
First, we will have breakfast at the hotel before heading into Tetuan, one of the most important cities in North Morocco. We will enjoy a guided tour in the old part of the city, free time for shopping and a visit to a Moroccan pharmacy where you also will have the chance to get natural products such as argane oil, species, creams, etc. We will finish our tour with a special Moroccan lunch in an Arabic palace with some shows.
Lastly, we will depart towards Ceuta where we will take the ferry to Algeciras. Then, we will take the buses back to our origin cities.
Evening arrival home.
***It is the full responsibility of all travelers to bring valid and correct documentation with them on the trips being passport and/or visas.
To enter Morocco, a passport valid for the duration of stay is required by citizens of countries that do not need a visa to travel to Morocco.
Some nationalities do need a visa to enter into Morocco. Please Consult below.
* If you need a visa, the Moroccan authorities require six month validity on the passport, otherwise it only needs to be valid for the length of your stay. Erasmus Morocco Weekend Trip
WHAT NATIONALITIES DO NOT NEED VISAS TO TRAVEL TO MOROCCO
If you are a citizen of one of these countries above you do NOT need a visa to Morocco.
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United Arab Emirates
United States of America
You may bring whatever size suitcase or travel bag that you like on the Morocco Erasmus Weekend Trip. There are no luggage restrictions.
It is always a good idea to bring warmer clothes for day or night. Comfortable clothing and comfortable shoes are important for the walking tours.
The hotels provide towels and soap but not a hair dryer, shampoo nor conditioner, so bring those if you need them.
Girls, There are no restrictions on what type of clothing to wear in Morocco. It is completely accepted to wear more “Westernized” clothing such as shorts, sleevelesses, etc. You do not need to dress extra conservatively.
1st Night: Hotel alKhaima, located on the beach in Asilah. 2nd Night: Hotel Golden Beach, located in the coastal town of M´Diq (Tetuan) or Hotel Dreams located in Tetuan. Both alKhaima and Golden Beach are right on the beach and have an outdoor pool, summer terrace, bars, restaurants, and a celebration hall. You will enjoy dinner and breakfast with views of the sea.
Wifi is available in the reception.
Any services not listed are not included in the trip such as extra hotel services like hotel phone, minibar, etc. which will have an additional cost to the traveler if they so decide to use them.
Rooms are doubles and triples.
Individual rooms have an additional cost of 39€.
*If you are traveling alone and would like to avoid the single room fee, we will try to find you a roommate but it is not guaranteed.
This tour provides Full Board (2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 2 dinners)
The drinks are not included.
We recommend bringing food with you on the first day, although you will be able to buy food on the ferry.
Vegetarian. Allergies and special conditions
Alternative meals are available in the hotels and restaurants. You must let your guide or the restaurant manager know at the beginning of the meal.
The official currency in Morocco is the Dirham (Dh) and the difference is 1€=10Dh.
So if you change 20€, you will get 200 Dirhams in return.
You do not need to exchange money before the trip. You will be able to exchange in Morocco at the hotel receptions. However, you can pay in Euro everywhere and in Dollars in some places.
A good budget would be to bring between 50€/100€ to pay for drinks, shopping, etc.
The prices are not fixed at the souvenir stores, so you can negociate prices. It is part of the culture, so keep an open mind and have fun trying to get the best price possible!
You can not drink the tap water in Morocco. There is no problem however in showering, brushing teeth, or washing your face, etc.
Morocco is a country very open to tourists and very safe, however, for us your safety is the most important. For that reason our staff is highly trained and qualified in the department of safety. During the walking tour of the marketplace in Tetuan, not only will you be accompanied by your guide and coordinator, but also the Tourism Police Department to make sure that no one is lost in the laberinth of streets and that everything goes perfectly. In the case of emergency we have evacuation plans, full medical insurance, and contact with the Spanish embassy at all times. Traveling with professionals is traveling safely.
With more than 20 years of experience. Languages: English and Spanish. On certain tours Italian, French, and German as well. The guides will accompany the group during their time in Morocco, be in charge of the trip at all times, explain everything about where we are going and what we will be doing as well as important information about Morocco. They are also open to any questions you might have.
Guide/friend from We Love Spain and/or Sevilla Erasmus with over 50 tours under their belt. Languages: Spanish and English. On some tours Italian, Dutch, Finnish, Portugese, Polish, French, and German as well.
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It is obligatory to arrive to the meeting points at the times indicated by the coordinator. Be punctual! We are not responsible for any illnesses, damages caused in the hotel, bus or other places nor to one´s self or third parties. We are not responsible for forgotten or lost items in any moment. In these cases, you are responsible for finding the way to recover your items and for any additional costs that it may cause.
Traveling implies keeping an open mind to new cultures, new forms of life and distinct traditions. There is more to the world than what happens in your front yard. Our advice to you is if you want to enjoy 100% of this unique experience of getting to know this wonderful country rich in culture, music, art, and gastronomy, than be open to discovering other forms of life and seeing life, like it or not, but never indifferent, that is for sure. Be respectful with other cultures and proud of yours. Life is beautiful, travel more! Viva Morocco!
Similar to Southern Spain. Can be somewhat rainier.
You will have some free time in Asilah, Tetuan and Chefchauen.
Sevilla – Port of Algeciras: 180 min.
Border crossing: de 15 a 40 min.
Asilah-Tangier: 40 min.
Chefchaouen-Tetuan: 75 min.
Tangier – Tetuan: 60 min.
Erasmus Morocco Weekend Trip