Located on the north-western edge of the African continent, Morocco is just a short flight from Europe.

There are several reasons to visit Morocco. This beautiful country is full of deserts, mountains, beaches, small villages and big cities.

The culture of Morocco is a blend of the Berbers, Romans, Jews and Arabs, Spanish Moors, Portuguese, and French and all have left their mark on this country, and it can be felt in their languages, cuisine and architecture.

There are several places in Morocco which you can visit . For example historical big cities like Fez or Marrakesh to small towns like Merzouga. Explore the beach, in cities like Essaouira or go for adventures in the Atlas Mountains.

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Bahia Palace

Bahia Palace

The Bahia Palace was built in mid to late 19th-century in Marrakesh, Morocco. The palace construction was started by Si Musa in 1859 and then continued and expanded by his son Si Ba Ahmed ibn Musa. The word Bahia is rooted in the Classical Arabic verb meaning “to be brilliant”. Palais Bahia, therefore, means “the palace of the brilliant.” Bahia palace is very famous for its architecture. Its walls feature stucco carved with arabic inscriptions, geometric patterns, arabesques, and muqarnas. Its floors are paved with marble and zellij tiles.

Majorelle Garden

Majorelle Garden

The Majorelle Garden was created by the French artist Jacques Majorelle over around 1923. This garden is considered one of his most important art works. He painted the garden walls, fountains and in a very intense shade of blue and that is why it is called Majorelle Garden. Majorelle is a French word meaning bright cobalt blue This place is a cool respite from the noisy pace of the city, noise and heat of the souks, medina and Djemaa el-Fna.

Jemaa El-Fnaa

Jemaa El-Fnaa

Jemaa el-Fnaa is a square and market place in Marrakesh's medina quarter and loved by locals and tourists. Here in souk (an arab market) you can find people selling food, spices, carpets, brass, snake charmers, henna artists, medicine peddlers and even monkey handlers. As a market, theater, and public gathering place, Jemaa el-Fna represents the moroccan cultural traditions both ancient and new.

Hassan Ii Mosque

Hassan Ii Mosque

The iconic Hassan II Mosque of Casablanca is the largest functioning mosque in Africa and one of the few open to non-Muslims. It was designed by Michel Pinseau under the guidance of King Hassan II and built by Moroccan artisans from all over the kingdom. It is the 7th largest mosque in the world, with a 210m tall minaret, towering above the Atlantic Ocean.

Volubilis

Volubilis

The ruined Roman city of Volubilis is one of the best-preserved archaeological sites in Morocco. Though only about half of Volubilis has been excavated, a number of prominent public buildings are still visible. The Arch of Caracalla is one of Volubilis' most distinctive sights. Volubilis was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 1997. It is about 33km north of Meknes and can be a great day trip choice.

Oudayas Kasbah

Oudayas Kasbah

Standing on the on the banks of the Bou Regreg river, the Oudayas Kasbah was ideally placed to protect the city from pirate ships and invading forces. Originally built in the 12th century it has been home to Arab tribes, Andalusian immigrants, and some of Morocco’s most powerful sultans. Walk up the steps leading to the imposing gate of Bab Oudaya and discover the winding streets of the Kasbah that will take you to Rabat’s oldest mosque, beautiful gardens, and an exquisite museum. the Oudayas Kasbah is today one of Rabat’s important historical sites with modern establishments, it houses Rabat’s oldest buildings as well as capital’s most hip cafés and shops.

Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen is a city in the Rif Mountains of northwest Morocco. It’s known for the striking, blue-washed buildings of its old town (medina), considered one of the most charming old towns in Morocco. Leather and weaving workshops line its steep cobbled lanes. Over here, for years locals have painted the walls of their homes and shops in different shades of blue making the place look strikingly beautiful.

Ouzoud Waterfalls

Ouzoud Waterfalls

Ouzoud waterfalls is the collective name for several waterfalls that empty into the El-Abid River's gorge. This popular tourism destination is located near the Middle Atlas village of Tanaghmeilt, 150 km northeast of Marrakesh. It is the most visited site of the region. In the vicinity, green valleys, mills and orchards are found.

Essaouira

Essaouira

Essaouira is a port city on Morocco’s Atlantic coast. The old city (medina), which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001, is a popular tourist destination and is famous for its numerous riads (a type of bed-and-breakfast). Essaouira is known for its artisan industries and is well connected by road with Safi, Marrakech, and Agadir. Essaouira beach is a good choice for surfing ( kite-surfing and wind surfing), quad biking, horse riding etc.