Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will make official visits to Portugal, Spain and Morocco later this month.
Charles' office said in a statement that the trip's main goal is to promote trade and investment opportunities and increase cooperation on climate change. The royal couple will make the trip from March 28 to April 6.
The statement said Monday that the couple will attend a series of state dinners in Lisbon and Madrid and will also visit Seville in Spain before going to Rabat, Morocco, where they will be the guests of King Mohammed VI.
The palace says they will also travel to Fez, Morocco, for an interfaith dialogue and cultural events.