Are you planning a trip to Morocco? Well, today we bring you an entry that will be useful to you.
The good weather arrives and with it the holidays and the desire to visit new places, well, if you are planning a trip to Morocco we are going to leave you a few places that you cannot miss!
Morocco is a place full of culture, flavor and emblematic and wonderful places like the ones we are going to name below that will leave you speechless.
Most travelers who go to Morocco for the first time have their first contact in Marrakech. This fascinating city, in which it is an obligation to stay in a riad in the medina and have tea at sunset while you observe the life and changes of the Jamaa el Fna Square, which is, in addition to an essential visit, a true symbol from the country.
Marrakech is a city of palaces, markets, gardens, mosques and medersas, although without a doubt, the best thing to do is to get lost aimlessly through its labyrinthine streets and find the true essence of the city.
Don’t forget to have a fresh orange juice in the market, as in addition to being delicious, it will give you the necessary energy to withstand the high temperatures.
- KSAR DE AIT BEN HADDOU, EN OUARZAZATE:
Ouarzazate is the gateway to the great Sahara desert, where the Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou village is located, built in clay and adobe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it has been the setting for films such as Gladiator.
One of the places in the Sahara desert that will leave you speechless, since the sea of perfect dunes that draw the landscape make it one of the most beautiful deserts in the world.
Spending a night in a Jaima under the stars is something non-negotiable.
Fez, with an 8th century medina declared a World Heritage Site and considered the largest in the world, is one of the cities that you cannot miss. Also, unlike Marrakech, Fez will allow you to enjoy its streets, zocos and Koranic schools in a more peaceful way since its streets
are not so crowded.
The most visited place in the walled medina is the Chouwara Tannery, a spectacle of colors and smells that is hard to forget.
Chaouen or Chefchaouen, known as the blue city, located at the foot of the Rif mountains, is considered the most beautiful city in Morocco.
Although it has many attractions, the most famous characteristic is the dominant presence of blue in different shades of its houses and streets, something that makes it unique and charming at the same time.
In addition, its old medina is a paradise for photography lovers, in which you will not be able to stop capturing charming corners as well as enjoying the closeness and hospitality of its people.
Of course, although walking and getting lost in the blue medina is one of the best things to do in Morocco, you cannot miss going to see the Alcazaba, the Great Mosque or the washing places, other essential points of the city.
I hope this guide has helped you a bit, and if you visit any of these sites, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment about your experience!!