Morocco is distinguished by Berber, Arab and European cultural influences. Marrakech is listed as one of the most important cultural centers in all of Morocco. It’s a maze-like medieval neighborhood with entertainment in its Jemaa el Fna square and souks (markets) selling pottery, jewelry, and metal lamps.
Famous for its ancient walled city, which many compare to Jerusalem. It is the first of the imperial cities of Morocco since it dates back to the 8th century. It is one of the most interesting and attractive destinations in the country. Cross the walls of the famous medina of Fez, distinguished by UNESCO as being of outstanding universal value, and stroll through the streets of the Fez-El-Bali district. The Bab Boujloud gate is the easiest way to enter the medina. And in just a few minutes you can visit the city of Meknes, rich in a prestigious past and with unexpected surprises in store for you.
With an area of more than 9.2 million km2, this great desert also extends through many other countries, such as Algeria, Tunisia, Libya or Egypt. You can spend the night in the desert in tents and live an unforgettable experience. On the way, you can visit the cities of Ouarzazate, Merzouga, the Draa Valley, among others.
It is a city with a very special stamp, in addition to being built on the side of a mountain. But if it fascinates travelers so much, it is because it gives an impression of unreality. The facades of their houses are tinted blue and white, the whole city seems to be bathed in blue. You walk as if you were in a dream. The city is full of attractions. His heritage is rich. There is the Medina, small but authentic: walking through its alleys is mixing with the local population, smelling the daily aromas, that of freshly baked bread, that of skillfully prepared tagines. There is also the Kasbah, which is in the center of the old town: its lush gardens are a haven of freshness in the heart of the city.
Palm-lined arteries, high-rise business buildings and the Atlantic Ocean opening to the world: Casablanca is the economic lung of Morocco, a bubbling metropolis that is constantly on alert. Modern infrastructures mix with charming neighborhoods, between the Arab-Muslim heritage and the legacies of the colonial period. Discover all the nuances: take a walk in the medina, one of the last in Morocco, tour the center and its art-deco buildings, join the Hassan II Mosque, a marvel of architecture built on water.