Settled in the lower regions of the Rif mountains, around twenty miles from the Mediterranean coast, is Chefchaouen (some of the time just ‘Chaouen’). Known as ‘Morocco’s Blue City’ individuals visit from all around to stroll through the town and see the strikingly painted structures, back roads and even ways. After a downpour shower the […]
Fez is an Imperial City that has remained in the north of Morocco for a thousand years. Inside its tough dividers you’ll discover where old Morocco still exists – in the detailed design, the notable medina and the crowds of individuals that make their home here. Stroll through high walled boulevards, watch the day by […]
Ouarzazate has remained at the edge of the Sahara desert for a long time. A city of palm trees, sandy lanes and blocky, post like structures, this is the Morocco found in a hundred films. The name Ouarzazate originates from the Amazigh for ‘calm spot’, and contrasted with huge numbers of its kindred Moroccan towns […]
From the real avenues fixed with palm trees and tall places of business to the Atlantic Ocean and its view on the world, Casablanca is Morocco’s financial powerhouse. This energetic city is dependably on the qui vive. Modern constructions mix with enchanting neighbourhoods that reflect Arabic-Islamic legacy and the hints of the city’s pioneer time […]
Merzouga is a little village in south-eastern Morocco not very a long way from the outskirt with Algeria. It’s on the visitor course as a result of its nearness to Erg Chebbi, sand rises made by wraps that range up to 150 meters (500 feet) high. Erg Chebbi rises is dependably a whirlwind of action […]
Rabat, located on the Moroccan coast, is the country’s capital and a top tourist destination. It’s a grand city, full of fine buildings and welcoming people, with plenty to see and plenty to do. Over the centuries Rabat has been owned by the Phoenicians, Romans, Almohads and Merenids and you’ll find plenty of monuments in […]
Tangier is the gateway to Africa for those going via sea from southern Europe. A standout amongst the most reminiscent places in Morocco, the name Tangier promptly invokes pictures of an intriguing city – brilliant white structures under a hot sun bursting down from a reasonable blue sky, the portal to this much adored kingdom. […]
Essaouira is known as Morocco’s windy city. Situated on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Essaouira is an extraordinary spot to make tracks in an opposite direction from the warmth and clamor of the greater urban areas.
Situated at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, the magnificent city of Marrakesh is loud, atmospheric, and brimming with history.Formerly one of the nation’s royal urban areas, Marrakech is now and again alluded to as the Red City as a result of its sandstone structures.
Toward the west of the nation, confronting the Atlantic waves, Agadir is one of the pearls of Morocco. Whatever the season, the sun grins down on the city and it appreciates a charming atmosphere that the exchange winds mollify further. Most importantly, its 10-kilometer long seafront offers travelers magnificent perspectives on the blue of the sea and the chance to unwind in the best conditions possible.