A guided, half-day, historical sightseeing tour begins in the old medina, buried within the imperial walls, where we stop at the foot of the famous Koutoubia Minaret, one of the masterpiece works of Islamic architecture. We continue to the Kasbah (fortress) where a stroll through it leads us to the 16th-century monument site of the Saadian Tombs Notice the wonderful Hispano-Mauresque architecture surrounding the burial ground of the royal family. Afterward, we visit the remains of " the incomparable " Badi Palace, where 360 rooms were built over a span of 25 years beginning in 1578 to be used for the celebration of festivals. We continue on to visit the aristocratic Bahia Palace shows us a lush Moorish style garden in the courtyard of a large palace with beautifully painted residential rooms. Finally, a stroll through the famous Jemaa El Fna Square, the ancient meeting point of the tradesmen in Northwest Africa, ends the tour.