Why Morocco should be your next travel destination
Morocco is one of the best destinations for culture tourism. It is not cheap for sure, but the money spent are totally worth it. It’s one of a kind travel experience with beautiful landscapes, tasty food, hospitality and plenty of history.
Old Imperial cities
In Morocco there are four imperial cities: Marrakesh, Fes, Meknes, and Rabat with the later one being the capital. There are several historical attractions to be found in Rabat, such as the old medina and Hassan Tower. You should also visit the glorious Royal Mausoleum, it will be once in a lifetime experiences.
On the other hand, in Marrakesh you can visit its old medina, the souks and the famous ancient monuments like Bahia Palace and Badi Palace, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Djemaa el-Fna and the Saadian Tombs. In Meknes you should definitely see its unique monumental gate Bab el-Mansour.
In Morocco you have two option to choose from: diving in into the Atlantic Ocean or the Mediterranean Sea. Popular beaches include Tangier, Agadir and Asilah being amongst the most famous ones visited by foreigners, whilst El Jadida, Oualidia, and El Jebha are most visited by domestic tourist.
Easy Access to the Stunning Sahara Desert
Sahara Desert is the world’s largest hot desert. There are various ways to get to enjoy the Saharian landscapes offered by experienced operators. Some places you should definitely see in the desert are Merzouga, Erg Chebbi, Chegaga, and Zagora. . Ouarzazate, commonly referred to as the doorway to the desert, is a fabulous destination for both culture and film lovers, with one of the country’s most impressive kasbahs that have featured in many movies.
Mixed Cultural Influences From Arabs, Berbers, and Others
Morocco is a cultural oasis with its population is made up of both Arabs and Berbers mostly and other groups as well. All the groups have contributed to the rich culture of Morocco. You will also see influences from Andalusia, and also legacies from French, Portuguese, and Spanish colonies. While Morocco is a predominantly Islamic nation, there have also been influences from Jews. There you can find the only Jewish Museum in the entire Arab world in Casablanca.