Morocco Travel Tips
Tangier, Casablanca, Marrakesh…just the names of these cities stir a hint of spice in the nostrils. Jostling crowds, the piquant tension of debate, space in perpetual motion - the minute you set foot in the country you know you've arrived somewhere very different.
Spend a weekend in a luxury riad in Marrakesh, Fès or Rabat, exorcise your shopping demons in some of the most colourful markets in the world, or indulge in some off-piste desert driving over sugar-soft dunes.
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The southern heart of Morocco, Marrakech has long been a magnet for travelers and trading. These days we’re more likely to arrive by plane than camel but the trading is just as fierce and wonderful. ...
If you’ve explored the Marrakech medina and haggled for bargains in the sprawling souk, heard storytellers weave their magic in the Djemaa el Fna square, and dined al fresco on Moroccan cuisine, it’s ...
The blue streets of Chefchaouen, Morocco, have made the city one of the most striking and photogenic destinations in North Africa. Indeed, reliable travel tips can be difficult to find for ...
becomes more and more popular with tourists wishing to have a taste of
Northern Africa, curiosity about the capitol city of Casablanca has only
increased. It’s a beautiful city that ...
Raking the train in Morocco is one of the best and most comfortable ways to get around even though it is not the most extensive rail network in the world. With trains running between many of the ...
Written by Viator, April 2011
Whether you opt for a traditional scrub down or luxury spa treatment in a five-star resort, no trip to Morocco is complete without experiencing the rituals of the hammam, or Turkish-style steam bath. ...
For a truly romantic twist on your holiday, Marrakesh offers loads of great options from its historic infrastructure, to tranquil restaurants, exotic palm groves and bazaars that are sure to make ...
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